The Adobe video and audio editing tools can meet any professional’s or hobbyist’s needs — and you get access to all of these applications with your Adobe Creative Cloud membership.
In this video, I explain what the Adobe video products are, how they work together, and how you can use them to achieve your professional or hobbyist video and audio editing goals.
Use Adobe Premiere Pro CC to edit your videos and send projects back and forth between the other applications to perform specialized tasks.
Use Adobe Audition CC to remove noise from audio and video files and even create your own music and audio mixes.
Use Adobe After Effects CC to create motion graphics, composite video, and apply special effects to your videos.
Use Adobe Media Encoder CC to export video projects to a wide variety of formats including presets for popular video hosting sites such as YouTube and Vimeo.
Use Adobe SpeedGrade CC to color-correct your video and add unique looks to your videos.
Use Adobe Prelude CC to move videos from camera to computer, transcode to different formats, log metadata to video files, and even assemble a rough cut to send to Premiere Pro.
Use Adobe Story CC Plus as a professional-level script writing tool and even for creating video production reports.