Reaper appears to put just the audio tracks in the timeline. To edit a video track, you have to edit the associated audio track. In Vegas Pro, you have audio and video tracks in the timeline, and you can edit them together or ungroup them to edit them independently. When you edit video in Vegas Pro, you get a direct visual representation of the video clips on the timeline. Also, it has a large number of plugins for video transitions, processing and effects. The way it handles video is very similar to the way it handles audio, so most of the skills you learn for dealing with audio clips transfer directly to dealing with video clips.Shotcut has worked for me and so has Da Vinci Resolve, but for most things I tend to use the editing built into Reaper. Most video editing software tends to do things in a slightly different way to audio editing software so I prefer the way that Reaper does things. I think Vegas also works in a similar way to Reaper seeing as it started life as an audio program.