Any recommendation for a very simple to use video editor with GPU encoding. My parents are digitising very old camcorder tapes. They are digitising it. They will edit the video using some sort of editor. Finally give me the portable HDD to encode it and put it into the family album (hosted on my NAS) First, the editor must work on their old Phantom II 6 core computer with integrated graphics. (When digitising, they use VLC to save it as AVI, even x264 MP4 is a bit too much!) Second, the editor need to be very easy to use, they want to trim a video and place it one after another into a single video. Third, the editor will need to have a project mode so I can open the project on my machine and apply all the edits. Finally, it needs to be able to export using NVEnc x265. I looked at OpenShot video editor, but just to encode a 3min video it's taking aaaaaagggeees using the CPU. They say v2.5 supports NVEnc but only on Linux. The interface and ease-of-use looks spot on though. DaVinci Resolve looks super complicated to use..... but does it do everything else? Anything else? I remember Windows Movie Maker, it's that level of editing, but with NVEnc support.