EaseUS Video Editor vs. EDIUS Pro

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
EaseUS Video Editor
Score 9.7 out of 10
Small Businesses (1-50 employees)
EaseUS Video Editor is a video editor softwware with a collection of video filters and overlay effects. Apply quick effects to a video to enhance the look of movies. With it, users can drop videos, music, voiceover tracks, text and effects and transitions on to the timeline, splicing, mixing editing and more. Finished results can be exported as audio, video or animated GIF files, with each…
$29.95
per installation
EDIUS Pro
Score 9.5 out of 10
N/A
EDIUS Pro is a nonlinear 4k and HDR video editing application from Belden company Grass Valley.
$199
One Time Fee
Pricing
EaseUS Video EditorEDIUS Pro
Editions & Modules
Monthly version
$29.95
per installation
Yearly version
$49.95
per installation
Lifetime version
$79.95
per installation
Edius Pro 9 Upgrade
$199.00
One Time Fee
Edius Pro 9 Education
$199.00
One Time Fee
Edius Pro 9
$499.00
One Time Fee
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
EaseUS Video EditorEDIUS Pro
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
YesNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
YesNo
Entry-level Setup FeeOptionalNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Small Businesses
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Score 9.4 out of 10
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Score 9.4 out of 10
Medium-sized Companies
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User Ratings
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Likelihood to Recommend
10.0
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10.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
EaseUS Video EditorEDIUS Pro
Likelihood to Recommend
EaseUS
I'm pretty much going to be mentioning the same thing, but I'll paraphrase. For those looking for an editor that can as well save audio files (mainly .mp3 files), I would suggest EaseUS Video Editor. Make sure you have enough room in your hard drive to download this software program. I'm not saying that it'll take up a lot of room, but it's not a small software program either. With as much video editing and as many video files as I save, you'll definitely need the room. One thing I forgot to state, and I must, is that renaming the files is an added plus. You'll get to saving so many files, and the next thing you know you'll ask yourself questions such as, "What did I save this file for?" Another question that comes to mind is, "Why didn't I have use the automatic timer?" I don't think I had the opportunity to check and see if I could set the timer myself or not. If that's not a feature, it would be an excellent one.
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Grass Valley
EDIUS is well suited for: -News production -Multi-camera productions -Documentaries -General purpose television productions -Corporate videos, YouTube videos etc. EDIUS is less appropriate for: -Cinematography -Special Effects -Commercials production
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Pros
EaseUS
  • Saving what I record as an .mp3 audio file.
  • Simple video editing.
  • Simple exporting to the type of file I need and the size.
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Grass Valley
  • It's the perfect editing software for news programs with easy voice overs and fast editing and rendering time.
  • Very light program runs almost on any PC! It can handle almost all today's available codecs and video formats along with any kind of graphics, sounds, and other media.
  • A real multimedia editor!
  • Fastest software camera stabilization I have seen so far with excellent results!
  • Fastest and most convenient multi-camera production editing ever!
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Cons
EaseUS
  • Have the capability to have some features online.
  • Automatic saving of back up files in case the program crashes.
  • Longer countdown, 5 instead of 3.
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Grass Valley
  • I would like to see some improvement with keys effects, and specifically Chroma Keys and Masks.
  • Adjustment layers like Adobe Premiere would be a nice feature too.
  • EDIUS of course has adjustment layers as filters, but it would be most convenient to have separate adjustment layers on the timeline.
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Alternatives Considered
EaseUS
As I've previously stated, EaseuS Video Editor can also be used to as an alternative for Zoom. The only thing is that not everyone has this software program because Zoom presented itself more as the video recording software of choice. Zoom was as well the one the majority of us in the public was more aware of. One main advantage EaseUs Video Editor has over Zoom is, and I'll state this repeatedly, editing. I can with any videos with EaseUs edit more with easily and effortlessly. Overall, I've had to after converting any Zoom meetings edit and make them a better quality with EaseUS.
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Grass Valley
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Return on Investment
EaseUS
  • Doesn't automatically save a backup in case the software crashes.
  • Ability to do easy editing.
  • Ability to extract audio from a video file.
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Grass Valley
  • It's value for money index is excellent.
  • We received back our investment more or less after couple of weeks of using that internally and stopped outsourcing editing.
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