I wonder if you can playback realtime clips with audio in Adobe Premiere. If you can, that suggests that Adobe views the two apps very differently. Premiere as an editing platform that needs tools like realtime playback and AE as mainly a compositing platform that doesn’t.
Originally posted on the davis review:
As creative professionals in 2013 we often find ourselves bridging a divide, with Adobe’s products on one side and Apple’s on the other. I spend most of my time switching between Final Cut Pro X and After Effects (with Motion 5 thrown in for good measure). FCPX is by far my NLE of choice, and going back to FCP7 or Premiere feels like a trip back in time. Meanwhile, After Effects is still the reigning champ of the motion graphics world, so learning it is a must. But looking at these two applications side by side illustrates two very different philosophies when it comes to embracing change moving forward.
After Effects is an incredibly deep and useful piece of software with a history and code base that dates back over 20 years. Each successive release has added new features and workflow improvements while retaining practically everything that came before. It…
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