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Published on Sep 24, 2019
As a filmmaker, there aren't all too many program choices when it comes to editing. Be it too high demands on the hardware, for example with Avid Media or the compatibility-issues, that the program only runs on a particular operating system - as is the case with Final Cut.
Due to the freedom offered and the sheer scope of the program, many people decide to go with Adobe Creative Suite and we too had for a long time, decided to go with Premiere Pro. Unfortunately however, for some time now many filmmakers have had problems with Premiere, which seem to be impossible to solve.
As a result of this, we found ourselves forced to find an alternative solution. We came across a former colour-grading program, which has meanwhile developed into a serious all-in-one editing software: Davinci Resolve Studio 16. This video shows us trying it out for the first time...
About myself: I am one of the crew members and founder at Blackboat. A digital consultancy specialized in New Work and Cloud Collaboration. http://www.blackboat.com. In this role I am also quite frequently on stage as a keynote speaker (http://www.christophmagnussen.com). But my true passion is filmmaking. You will see a lot about this topic this year. We are currently building something new!
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