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Discussion in 'Video Editing, Recording, Software & Hardware' started by Courtney Candice, Jan 11, 2017.

  1. Courtney Candice
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    Does anyone know anything about adobe premiere?
     
  2. HalieCakes
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    Honestly, Adobe Premiere only has a slight learning curve. It took me about a week to become completely familiar with it. If I were you I would give it a go yourself and see how you feel! There is also a lot of tutorials on Youtube and online that can help you, too!
     
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  3. Brandon
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    I exclusively use Adobe Premiere! It's very much worth it. It does have a slight learning curve like Halie said, but a few YouTube tutorials later and you'll do good!
     
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  4. Courtney Candice
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    How much does it cost?
     
  5. HalieCakes
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    It's about twenty per month, well worth it though!
     
  6. Courtney Candice
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    Thanks, I will check into it!
     
  7. GBeeTV
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    I tried both and prefer Sony Vegas but both have equal possibilities.
     
  8. Eyan
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    I agree.
    Although I prefer Premiere personally (because I use multiple Creative Cloud apps), Vegas is a lot cheaper in the long run. If you don't use any other CC programs (because Premiere has compatibility with other Adobe programs), there's no point in paying that much for Premiere. Sony Vegas is $100 dollars total and is both easy to use and just as powerful as Premiere in my opinion.

    All in all, it's better to be able to edit your videos on your own so you don't have to pay an editor. Editing is super easy once you get the hang of it, which takes about an hour or two.
     
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    I prefer Adobe Premiere as well. I learned how to us it fairly quickly with help of YouTube tutorials. If you are wanting to save money I would recommend doing Adobe Premiere Elements instead of Premiere Pro because it is cheaper and has almost all the same stuff and Pro. I personally have used both and have stuck with Elements because it is more cost effective for my type of YouTube videos! :)
     

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