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Shane Ross
Re: Your advice on choosing between Premiere Pro and Final Cut please
on Mar 29, 2010 at 9:33:18 pm

Adobe Premiere is GREAT when you need to integrate with AE and PS. And it is great with short form work. So if you are doing ONLY short form stuff, like commercials or very short corporate spots, then Premiere might be the ticket.

But Premiere is not a good solution for long form work, IMHO. Half-hour or hour long TV shows, feature films...episodic TV. The media management just isn't there. I come from the Avid/FCP world, and when I looked at CS3, I saw many great things, but not the stuff that I as a broadcast TV editor rely on daily. Native support for formats...great. OK...but organization of media and being able to find footage is more key to me than that. I can transcode to a format I need to work with and move on.

So, it just depends on what kind of work you will be doing, or what kind of work you are teaching.



Shane



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