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For institutions, especially in light of reduced budgets is best to go with PC Editing. Plus a majority of editing that is being done at production houses, news stations and other video production environment will be non-linear editing which is PC based.
For example, I have many years of experience with video production but out of the products that you’ve mentioned I’ve only heard of Casalanca. And I wasn’t impressed with that.
I did talk to a guy the other day however that was using a dedicated editor. I forget wha tthe name was but I was very surprised.
In terms of Job opportunities and Future schools your students attend they will have an advantage know programs like AVID, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro. Generally these are the main non-linear editing tools that schools and video production places are using. There are other non-linear editing tools that companies are using but these 3 are the main tools to know if your interested in job opportunities.