I'll give the same advice as El Director and Sweetie - giveI always used Premiere Pro but since a moment I think I should maybe switched to Davinci (it will be free for me).
Not really... I just wanted to know about what you was thinking on this software.I'll give the same advice as El Director and Sweetie - give
it a try. See if you like it.
Is there a reason you are concerned about giving it a try?
I looked and you have two versions: One is free and you have another one with a price of $300.They only cost like $150 I think. My co-worker uses one
I was not using it like this so it will not be a big deal for me but thanks again for your help.The only downside that I can find is this. I use a second small preview screen in premiere where I can watch my movie that I'm editing.
Unfortunately the only way Blackmagic Design lets you get dedicated, full screen playback on a separate monitor in Davinci Resolve 14 is by using a dedicated display device (manufactured by Blackmagic).
Without knowing much about your NLE requirements, I would say Davince Resolve (plus Fusion) is a no-brainer over Premiere (plus After Effects) for the average filmmaker. Blackmagic Design have truly created a wonderful NLE alternative and the paid Studio version is also reasonably priced, especially since the 2/3rd price decease ($999 -> $299)
Adobe's products are terrific, but due to the company's pricing model, it is very budget unfriendly over the long-term. Unless if there is a specific business, workflow or colloboration reason to continue with Premiere, I would recommend giving Davinci Resolve a try.
I own the Studio version Davinci Resolve because I wanted 4K support, but otherwise I might have remained with the free version.