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Video Editing & Conversion

Hi All,

Can anyone tell me video editing software either than Adobe Premiere for professional work for a better result with less consumption of time?
Or should I go with Adobe Premiere only?

Basically, we are into filmmaking, creating various types of videos. As the workload is more we need some solution for the same.

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Post was last edited on July 18, 2018 12:21 AM PDT

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The sad news

Is that the only way I've found in over 2 decades to reduce time is to get faster machines. Your newer video editor (the people) think that a faster app is out there but again, in decades I've yet to see much more than a 10% change from app to app in the work.

With the move to UHD 4K and 8K it gets worse and companies are building monster machines to keep the time they wait in check.

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Just go to Google

Maybe you could google top 5/ 10 professional video editing software and make a comparison, then choose the one you want most according to your needs.

Post was last edited on July 18, 2018 8:20 PM PDT

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