Video Editing Software for Worship. Apple Avid or Adobe?

Need help choosing a non-linear editing (NLE) software program for your house of worship video productions? This article will give you the pros and cons of 3 of the most popular and widely used video editing software programs: Apple Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, and Adobe Premiere Pro. If you have further questions about what product is right for you, give Videoguys a call 800-323-2325!
software for house of worshipFinal Cut Pro is the best for Macintosh users wanting an affordable and easy-to-use interface. It has a lot of nice features that work well. Media Composer is a professional NLE and by far, the most customizable. And if you have particular needs, Media Composer is out of this world at addressing them. It’s a solid investment in a long-term solution. Premiere Pro is your best bet if you don’t want to mess with video codecs, or you wish to plug into a host of other Adobe applications. It’s also a lot easier from a technical standpoint. It also makes a lot of sense for most churches. Plenty of factors influence choosing a non-linear editing program, and I can’t recommend any of these over the other, because they’re all so different. Consider the goals of your organization, the experience you have on staff and the hardware you’re working with. The time spent in consideration may prevent hours of frustration later....[continue to full article]

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