What video editing software do YouTubers use?
Adobe Premiere Pro deserves its place as the industry standard video editing software, thanks to its familiar nonlinear editing interface, unmatched ecosystem of tools, and powerful set of capabilities. Since my last look at the massive application, it has added support for 360 VR content, 4K (and higher) and HDR video, and the Lumetri Color tool. It has also added class-leading collaboration capabilities. All of this makes Premiere well worthy of an ditors' Choice award for professional-level video-editing software.System RequirementsPremiere Pro is now only available by subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud. The cross-platform program runs on macOS 10.10 through 10.12 and on Windows 7 through Windows 10, with the 64-bit versions required. It also requires a minimum of 8GB of RAM (16GB recommended), and a 1,280-by-800 display.While Apple made a drastic break with the past when it updated Final Cut Pro X, Adobe continues to take an incremental approach, polishing the interface and adding state-of-the art tools to its professional video editing software, Premiere Pro CC. Those used to traditional nonlinear digital video editing will applaud Premiere's familiar approach, but in its favor, Final Cut offers some innovative tools like connected clips, auditions, and a trackless timeline that can ease the work of editors.PROSClean interface. Flexible trimming tools. Tons of organization helps. Custom Markers. Ultimate power in video editing. Unlimited multicam angles. Interoperable with other Adobe CS products and 3rd party tools. Excellent stabilization.CONSOccassional crashes. Slower at rendering than Final Cut Pro.BOTTOM LINEA full, professional-level digital video editing program, Premiere Pro CS6 gets more speed, a simplified UI, and new trimming and color tools.