This video is geared towards those who are starting out in the world of video editing and are looking for options and what those options cost. There are several different video editing programs out there but these three are typically the most common. Also, in this video, we are purposely leaving out Final Cut/Final Cut Pro since this video is Windows OS only.

HitFilm is an all-in-one program, bringing together video editing, 3D compositing and visual effects functionality into a single application.

HitFilm utilities Graphics Processor Unit & Graphics Card technology, originally developed in the PC gaming industry, to bring high end visual effects capabilities to a wide range of consumer & professional level computers.

Originally released in July 2011, it is currently on version 3 (released in November 2014), and is available as HitFilm 3 Pro on both Windows & Mac platforms.

Adobe Premiere Pro is a timeline-based video editing software application. It is part of the Adobe Creative Cloud, which includes video editing, graphic design, and web development programs.

Premiere Pro is used by broadcasters such as the BBC and CNN. It has been used to edit feature films, such as Gone Girl, Captain Abu Raed, and Monsters, and other venues such as Madonna’s Confessions Tour.

Sony Vegas Pro is a video editing software package for non-linear editing systems (NLE) originally published by Sonic Foundry, now owned and run by Sony Creative Software.

Originally developed as an audio editor, it eventually developed into an NLE for video and audio from version 2.0. Vegas features real-time multi-track video and audio editing on unlimited tracks, resolution-independent video sequencing, complex effects and compositing tools, 24-bit/192 kHz audio support, VST and DirectX plug-in effect support, and Dolby Digital surround sound mixing.

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33 thoughts on “Hitfilm vs Adobe Premiere vs Sony Vegas – Video Editing Software for PC”

  • for non linear multitrack editing……not compositing or vfx, just for editing……you should take a look at Magix Movie Edit Pro.  I've been using it since its first version in 2004. Seriously, it is streets ahead of Premiere, Vegas and my personal compositing favourite Hitfilm Pro. I've used those three packages and I'm telling you, for ease of use combined with flexibility and a killer audio suite.

    Love it.

    It doesn't do compositing / particles / vfx, and its chroma function is very basic, but its a brilliant editing tool.

    Check it out.

  • Premium pro sucks it requires windows media player to run but in windows 10 N edition
    the Windows media payer was not supported! please help me out i paid over many dollars for it

  • adobe premier sucks. u have to pay 20 bucks a month for creative cloud plus 50 bucks for all apps or 20 bucks a month for one single app. but if U don't want to sign up to a yearly plan u have to pay 30. bucks for the cloud plus 75 for all the apps. or 30 dollar for a single app. hitfilm is good enough for any youtuber. especially a new youtuber or someone who wants to get into editing. like U mentioned hitfilm also has a simular layout to adobe. I started off in adobe and ended up in hitfilm after a month. and it was easy to pick up editing in hitfilm.

  • RanjithKumar Katta says:

    with Camtasia we can edit our video ?
    (bt I'm using hitfilm 4 which is best Camtasia or hitfilm4)
    please answer both questions separately and thanks I'm a subscriber

  • Thanks for this! Usually use Adobe Premiere but can't afford to pay monthly fee as I don't use it that often. So am looking for a similar program for free/cheap. Will try Hitfilm 🙂 See how it goes!

  • Really conclusive video and comment thread, pretty much learnt that I should get Lightworks for my first time making a video with basic editing, then maybe buy Hitfilm express once I've learnt Lightworks.

  • Rita Geraghty says:

    I am recently learning Hitfilm 4 Express, also DaVinci Resolve and Natron. These are thankfully all the free film-editing softwares. Natron can recognise svg format if you ever want to import overlays of text & graphics. I am learning Hitfilm before I move onto DaVinci and Natron.

    Avoid Adobe if you don't want to be stuck with the annoying auto-renewals of subscriptions. I was with Adobe for Flash for over 18 months. For months, I had tried to cancel my subscription but Adobe would NOT let me. Adobe was that GREEDY. Adobe had removed buttons like "Cancel subscription" on my Creative Cloud account. I had protested in Adobe forums. When I wasn't heard, I took my protest to Youtube and immediately got result on same. There are LOTS and LOTS of unhappy subscribers who can't at all leave Adobe and can't cancel their subscriptions at any latter time. They are stuck.

    Ppl, there are lots of free open-source alternatives to Adobe, none that would trap you into prolonged subscriptions.

  • Braun Haus Media, LLC says:

    You're on PC, but Hitfilm 3 Express also works on a Mac. I know people on Macs use Final Cut Pro, but I actually can't stand FCP and find Hitfilm to be far more intuitive to use. Plus the built-in compositing… Hitfilm 4 Pro is about $350, and looks as if it's well worth the price.

  • I'm completely new to Hitfilm Express. I just made a short clip and it has a "this video was made in Hitfilm" screen at the end. How do I get rid of that?

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