Adobe Premiere Pro CC is still one of the most widely used video editing and publishing programs. It's been around for years, and despite being relatively new, still remains a staple in both the film and broadcast industry. It's often used as a broadcast editing program in HD for broadcast TV shows, but it can also be used on the web for creating pre-recorded web videos. For many, though, they use it more for their on-demand edit capabilities. Here's a quick run down of the similarities and differences between Adobe Premiere Pro, and Windows Movie Maker, so you know which program to use for your projects when it comes time for editing.
Features - As mentioned above, both apps have everything you would expect from a video editor's toolbox. The similarities end there, however. Adobe also announced that it is releasing an exciting new upgrade to its premier adobe Premiere Pro CC: Premier Rush CC.
Improvements & New Feature - With the addition of Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Apple has essentially given the PC video editing market a major boost, and combined with its newly-announced iSense for Ads application that lets ad companies to display relevant ads on your mobile device, it's a surefire winner. The iSense for Ads service is available in both iOS and works well with both iPhone and iPad devices. Other features include: faster performance and a "ses" palette that's easier to customize; improved video rendering; a redesigned interface for better iPad use; and more. If you're still using Windows Movie Maker, this may be the best upgrade you could get for your desktop computer.