Final Cut is an excellent software program that enables you to edit video to the standard of a professional. From adding subtitles to merging clips and editing audio, Final Cut does everything that many other editing programs only allow you to do a few of. However, the down side is that there is no Final Cut for Windows! If you’re not on Mac, you’ll need to find an alternative to Final Cut that will work on the Windows operating system.
With Final Cut being the choice of video editing software of most professional editors and film makers, its capabilities of course go beyond simply editing and merging. The editing it allows is flexible and reliable, and produces a perfectly professional result.
Looking at alternatives to Final Cut for Windows, Adobe Premiere Pro is a good possibility. Its video editing capabilities are also flexible and professional, allowing you to fix shaky footage, adjust colour, change running speed, and edit sound to ensure a clean, pure audio.
Viewing duplicate frames and through edits is one of the major bonuses of the intuitive, organised timeline on this alternative to Final Cut for Windows. Another great convenience, adding to the efficiency of working, is the Adobe Anywhere Integration – which allows members of your team to use a shared server while working with the video files in the program, ensuring better continuity and higher quality of control. This enables everyone working on the film files to access them, review them and edit them from any location that has internet access! An excellent option for teams working together from various geographical locations.
Using Adobe Premiere Pro as your alternative to Final Cut for Windows does come with a very steep learning curve, so if you’re a beginner to this software, you’ll need to factor that in. But have a good look at the other options as well.