Software compatible with the templates and the differences between them

We’ve got some amazing templates ready to take your videos to the next level. But, you'll need the right tools - the templates can’t be edited on our website and need to be used with the specific editing software they were designed for. 

  • For After Effects templates you'll need the latest Adobe After Effects software
  • For Premiere Pro templates you'll need Premiere Pro CC
  • For Final Cut Pro templates you'll need Final Cut Pro 10.4 or newer
  • For DaVinci Resolve templates, you'll need DaVinci Resolve 18 or newer

Download the software via the various sites. Here are some links to the Free trials:

Adobe Premiere Pro CC:

https://www.adobe.com/au/products/premiere/free-trial-download.html

Adobe After Effects CC:

https://www.adobe.com/products/aftereffects/free-trial-download.html

Apple Final Cut Pro:

https://www.apple.com/final-cut-pro/trial/

Davinci Resolve:

https://signup.cloud.blackmagicdesign.com/ 

 

If you’re wondering what the difference is between them, or which one would best suit your creations, we've got you covered:

Adobe Premiere Pro

Premiere Pro is a timeline based video editor, perfect for cutting, trimming and arranging footage in a sequential format. You can add text, images and transitions to video and then export to your chosen format. While Premiere is relatively easy to pick up and start making simple edits and compilation videos, there is also an ever-increasing toolset for you to take your edits to the next level.   

 

Adobe After Effects

After Effects sits closer towards the post-production area of video creation. While it can work with simple edits, it’s more equipped to apply effects after your footage has already been roughly edited. It’s a powerful compositing tool, capable of animation, visual effects, 3D and 2D layering and even effects simulation. There’s a steeper learning curve, but the results are rewarding. 

 

Final Cut Pro

If you're a Mac user, check out Apple’s video editor - Final Cut Pro. It’s a one-time purchase as opposed to Adobe’s subscription model, and is praised for its performance and ease-of-use for both professional and amateur filmmakers. 

 

Davinci Resolve

Check out Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve 18, a solution that combines editing, color correction, visual effects, motion graphics, and audio post production all in one software tool.

 

Take your pick and go find some great templates to take your creativity to the Max

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