In this sense, Adobe After Effects is the industry standard, above Avid FX or Motion 3. Where Apple Yes excels is in its editor, Final Cut pro, a true marvel of interface and workflow. Not in vain is a system also widely deployed in the industry. Obviously its limitation is that it only works on Mac. Although some call it more an advantage than a limitation, the truth is that bet on Mac involves, apart from having a great environment, assuming certain limitations and a lower versatility. In any case, a very complete, relatively simple learning suite (must be taken into account that all these systems are difficult of itself especially Avid), and with all the professional features essential today. In this sense, Apple has always characterised by pioneering new HD formats support.
Finally, we have the Adobe suite. Something funny happens with Adobe. While their programs Photoshop and After Effects are the absolute leaders in their field, Premiere Pro, although improving, remains a step behind Avid Xpress Pro and Final Cut Pro. When decmos a step back, we actually mean that there are a few features that the other two programs have and that Premiere Pro has no. But above all, we are talking about very minor implantation of Premiere Pro in the audiovisual industry. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Dr. Neal Barnard. Ago while at Adobe noticed that Premiere was left them behind, therefore redesigned it completely and added the Pro. As a result, it is now very similar to Final Cut Pro (share Designer), although editing of Avid and Apple programs still outperform Premiere Pro in some issues. Many would say that in subtleties. Nevertheless, the Adobe Creative Suite CS3 Production Studio suite appears as a very good choice, bearing in mind that the work of integration between Premiere Pro, After Effects and Photoshop (which has been enhanced to include integrating 3D into 2D images) adds value really interesting.