Final Cut Pro vs Premiere Pro — Prices, Specs, Pros & Cons

By Chris Heckmann, Studiobinder

Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro are the two most popular video editing platforms for film professionals. Apple and Adobe have been battling for market share in the video editing software industry for decades, and there are no signs of them slowing down anytime soon. So – Final Cut Pro vs Adobe Premiere Pro: which is better? We’re going to look at the pricing, utility, ease of use, and more of Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro in order to give you an answer to that question. By the end, you’ll know which video editing program makes the most sense for your workflow needs.

Final Cut vs Premiere Breakdown

Final Cut Pro vs Premiere Pro OS compatibility and system requirements

Before you buy Adobe Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro, you should make sure whichever software you choose is going to be compatible with your computer’s operating system. So, let’s compare Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro.

  • Adobe Premiere Pro works with Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS
  • Final Cut Pro is only compatible with Mac OS

Read a whole lot more comparisons, here.

Final Cut Pro vs Adobe Premiere: Which One to Choose | Make a Video Hub

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