Premiere Vs. Resolve SHOWDOWN: Best Bus Architecture

Premiere Vs. Resolve SHOWDOWN: Best Bus Architecture

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When mixing larger format projects, it becomes incredibly important to have a Digital Audio Workstation or Non Linear Editor that has flexibility and capability in its audio bus architecture.

So many DAWs and NLEs have incredibly limited bus architectures that they will never be ready for a serious prime-time mix. It’s one of the reasons Pro Tools has been around so long: it has the most flexible and powerful routing capabilities there are.

But you’ll pay for it. In more ways than one.

For editors who don’t want to leave the NLE format, the bus architecture found in Adobe Premiere Pro and Black Magic’s Davinci Resolve are incredible resources for shaping larger mixes.

With Fairlight’s new 1,000+ track count and hardware acceleration capability, can Adobe Premiere Pro stack up to Resolve?

In this video, Mark takes us through a blow-by-blow contrast and comparison of routing and bussing in both NLEs, and he shows us which one is the winner for most effective and efficient to use in Post Production. This video also demonstrates some of the basic routing practices taught in the 90+ hour Cinema Sound Education.

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