[quote=”compusolver”]Premiere Pro.

When used with After Effects, Encore, Audition, Photoshop & Illustrator, it’s more powerful than Vegas. I don’t know what timeline shortcuts the above poster is referring to, but when laying tracks out on a timeline and working with them there instead of in the “Source monitor”, I can’t imagine how anything could be any faster.

I use After Effects, Audition and Photoshop with Vegas just aswell as I do with Premiere. Really, I guess it’s all in personal preference. . .I feel that I can utilize Vegas alot better than I can with Premiere. BUT I also have alot more hours logged using Vegas. . .As for the timeline shortcuts, I’d kinda have to show you, it’s little things that go a long way for me. . .everything is right there in Vegas, in Adobe you have to go through Menu’s for some things. Both have their advantages, it’s all in personal preference.

I’m Steve btw and I’m glad I finally signed up here. It seems like a cool place to discuss stuff like this.

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