Premiere Pro for Professional Video Editinghttps://www.trustradius.com/video-editingAdobe Premiere ProUnspecified9.11411012018-12-03T20:02:02.847Z
December 03, 2018
Premiere Pro for Professional Video Editing
Score 9 out of 101
Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Premiere Pro
I have used Premiere Pro for the past 10 years or so to edit videos for clients, as an owner of a marketing company, and now as an owner of my own fishing lure business. There are a few other choices for video editing, such as Final Cut Pro and Avid, but the integrations with other Adobe products makes Premiere Pro my goto.
- The seamless integration with After Effects makes it simple to import After effects projects directly to your project library.
- I really like the ability to edit audio directly, either through an integration with Audition or directly in Premiere Pro.
- The export features make it easy to export your sequences or project to any format you need.
- Premiere Pro could use a little more robust effects. Jumping back and forth with After Effects can be time-consuming.
- The keying features are nice when working with green screens, but take a lot of tweaking to get right.
- I've used videos to garner attention from prospective customers for several of my clients in the past and with my own business currently. The power of video is undeniable. Having a solution to easily and quickly edit video is a must for any business.
Again, this comes down to integrations with other Adobe products. Premiere Pro alone isn't enough to produce a professional video. You need other solutions for effects, audio editing, and color correction. Adobe has a full suite of solutions to assist in the professional editing process.
Basic video editing for most people seems to be a real enigma. Premiere Pro is best suited for somebody with a background in other Adobe products, such as Photoshop or Illustrator. Most people will likely get lost in the abundance of features and functionality within Premiere Pro.