Which is better for editing video, Adobe Premiere or Microsoft Word?
Adobe Premiere is an excellent editor, but its limitations are sometimes frustrating.
In particular, there’s no support for multiple video streams.
Microsoft Word has built-in support for more than one video stream, but it can be hard to work with if the videos are in the same format.
To solve these problems, Adobe has built in a “federated editing mode”, which enables multiple video feeds to be edited simultaneously.
The “federation” mode enables a single video stream to be processed in sequence.
This can help speed up video editing when you have multiple video sources in a project, but there are downsides.
For example, the Federated Mode is not compatible with all video codecs.
Another downside is that the Federating Mode does not work in Adobe Premiere Pro and Premiere Pro CC.
Adobe is working to bring this functionality to both software versions, but this will require a significant update to Premiere Pro.