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Hey everyone and welcome back to Gal in
this video I'm going to be comparing
Filmora Pro to Adobe Premiere Pro now
Filmora Pro is far less expensive than
Premiere but is it a worthy alternative
let's start with what it has compared to
Premiere Pro if you're looking for
something similar to the editing
interface as Premier Filmora Pro has it
this is what Filmora Pro looks like when
you first open up and start a new
project and this is what Premiere Pro
looks like can you see the similarities?
Filmora Pro just like Premiere also has
dedicated workspaces that you can use
for color audio text and titles you can
also customize the entire workspace and
then save it as your own Filmora Pro
also has a media panel which is similar
to Premiere Pro project panel here you
can create folders in your media panel
and you can import video photos as well
as music unlike Premiere Pro when you
open up Filmora a timeline is already
open and it's not called a timeline it's
called an editor so you can click on the
gear icon to customize the editors frame
size and frame rate and what I really
like is that you can choose from
multiple different types of presets like
Instagram or even some GoPro settings
and I really like that it has Instagram
because in Premiere Pro they do not have
those presets just YouTube Facebook
Twitter stuff like that and then for
timeline tools you can customize the
track sizes and also rename them and
insert new tracks the editing tools
include the selection tool the cut tool
slip edits rate stretch tool and most
importantly the snapping tool that gets
clips together so all of that is the
same as Premiere Pro and of course you
can customize your keyboard shortcuts
from the Preferences panel so you can
use the same keyboard shortcuts as a
Premiere as for playback and resolution
this is where I think Filmora pro needs
a little bit of work so you can hit play
in your timeline and you'll notice right
now in my timeline I have 2.7 K footage
shot on a DJI Osmo 30 frames per second
but as I play it back it
gets delayed and it kind of freezes and
I've tried a few different settings I've
tried reducing the playback resolution
but there are still issues with the
playback so I think this is an area that
can definitely use some improvements
because the last thing you want to have
to do is export to see how your final
video looks like in Premiere you can
render out the timeline just by hitting
Enter and then you can watch it back
without any issues as for titles and
motion presets there are also title
templates built in just like Premiere
Pro except they are not called motion
graphics templates like in Premiere Pro
you can also buy additional title
templates from Wondershares film stock
library Filmora Pro also has drag and
drop effects just like in Premiere Pro
and it has a lot more to it has effects
like light leak transitions film grains
even some two-tone looks in Premiere
Pro you have to buy those extra effects
to get those it also has all of the core
color effects including curves luts
vibrancy temperature and more and I was
actually surprised by this if you go in
the color workspace you can see that
they also have scopes as well so you can
actually read the visual color data it
also has a controls panel where you can
keyframe your effects and also just
transform the basic clip tools such as
scale and position and of course it has
export so you can export a video just by
using in and out points or exporting all
of the contents now things that it does
not have you cannot have multiple
timelines open at once you can only work
in one editor at a time also there are
no adjustment layers as of yet in
Filmora Pro for applying Universal
effects to multiple Clips at once and it
does not have a lumetric color panel
like in Premiere Pro to make Universal
color grading and color correction
effects it does not have an essential
sound panel where you can make Universal
audio adjustments to any type of audio
and it does not have audio hardware
preferences to record audio directly
into it like in Premiere Pro but overall
for the money
Filmora Pro gets the job done it's only a $149
so it's definitely worth it
I do think though that it needs
some major improvements and I know that
it's probably only in the beginning
stage definitely need some work on the
playback and rendering and some panels
that will just help with overall color
and audio adjustments so what do you
guys think about Filmora Pro? if
you guys think it's worth a shot you
guys can use my link in the description
to get it for free and you can use all
the functionality it will just have a
watermark when you export and then once
you decide if you want to actually use
it you can purchase it to remove that
watermark and lastly a huge shout-out to
my long-standing patrons Kofi O. Dexter
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support and I'll see you guys next time

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