Lights Film School put together a nice little overview article on the latest updates to Adobe Prmeire Pro, FCPX and Avid Media Composer. They look at them through the eyes of an independent filmmaker, so keep that in mind when reading the article.
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Last summer, we published a comparison of the primary video editing software solutions available, with the goal of helping you decide which NLE best suits your needs as an independent filmmaker. The post remains an excellent introduction to each program’s editorial process, but it doesn’t profile the latest developments, some of which are truly remarkable.
So, this summer, we’re reviewing where we stand in the world of professional video editing software. Specifically, we’ll take a look at what’s changed in Adobe’s Premiere Pro, Apple’s Final Cut Pro X, and Avid’s Media Composer since July 2014. If this is new to you, we encourage you to first read our original roundup of the three industry leaders.
Whatever video editing software you use – Premiere, Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, something else – you can expect to benefit from ongoing development. Increasingly, talent, time, and hard work, not cameras and computers, are the barriers to entry, and we encourage you to break through them! read more...