When comparing Wondershare DemoCreator vs Final Cut Pro X, the Slant community recommends Final Cut Pro X for most people. In the question“What is the best video editing software?” Final Cut Pro X is ranked 9th while Wondershare DemoCreator is ranked 16th.
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Pro All-in-one solution to record screen and edit videos for beginners.
like camtasia, but much cheaper.
Pro Plenty of free and paid effect/template packs are available.
For different scenarios, it offers different templates like seasons, sales, festivals, activities, business, games.
Pro Multiple editing features like green screen, pan&zoom, transitions, stickers, captions, background remover are included in the editor
Pro Specialized game recording mode for HD gamers.
This mode is not available in Mac version.
Pro Edit the webcam, audios, screen in different tracks.
Record webcam, system, mic, and desktop/games simultaneiously or separately.
Pro It can add annotations and use spotlight during screen recording.
Such as arrows, shapes, text, highlight, spotlights.
Pro GPU utilization
Pro Powerful media organization
Pro Resolution independence
Pro Real-time graphics and effects
Pro 64-bit architecture
Pro Native format support
Pro Full high-quality pro-res support
Pro Integration with Motion
Pro Multicam editing
Pro ColorSync-managed color pipeline
Con There is a watermark for the free trial exportation.
If you wanna try the free trial, go to https://bit.ly/3iYkjMM to claim a license for free.
Con You need lots of plugins
For example tracking is something Final Cut can't do. Only with a plugin which costs (example) around 100$.
As well as for advanced colour correction you have get a third-party plugin.
Con Important compatibility and format issues
Breaks compatibility with previous versions of FCP and does not support industry standards such as EDL, OMF, AAF. You can export to their version of XML and use third-party tools for a workaround (with limited success).
Con Works only on OS X
Con Color grading is unfamiliar and nonprofessional
Especially compared to Premiere's Lumetri Color Panel in 2015 cc.