Apple’s Final Cut ro and Adobe’s Premier Pro are two of the most popular video editing softwares. Here are some factors that you must consider before you make your choice.
This is what many people consider the most important factor when it comes to a video editing software. The Final Cut Pro is definitely much better than the other when it comes to render time, which makes it ideal for those who want least downtime.
Adobe Premiere pro is platform independent and runs on Macs as well as Windows. However, the Final Cut Pro runs only on Macs, which is a major problem if you’re co-developing a video. Premiere Pro also has Team Project files which is good forco-developing a project.
Final Cut Pro consumes much lesser battery than the other, which is great if you’re editing on a laptop. This enables you to edit while on the go.
Final Cut Pro has a better user interface and is pleasing to the eye. You require fewer clicks and commands to do something, which makes it easier as well as faster to use.
Adobe supports a wider range of formats and works with all types of audio and video file types, which makes it more versatile. You can easily export the clips into other Adobe software, which is quite handy.
While Final Cut Pro X rocks at rendering and UI, as well as enhances portability due to higher battery life, its counterpart has better compatibility and support features. Adobe is quite good for those working in a team, while Final Cut Pro is good for solo-editors. Personally, I prefer the former.
Which one did you find suitable for you? Did this post help? Any recommendations? Let me know in the comments section below.