I do hope this is posted in the correct forum
I'm looking into taking initial steps in setting up a system for recording my own video tutorials for personal use instead of note writing etc......
From what I've read Adobe Premiere is about the best there is but there is also SONY Vegas Pro. Other users have sworn once they've used Adobe they never go back.
I'm not keen on the subscription charge per se as it'd add up but on the other hand to buy the software outright (rights to use) would cost 800 £$E which is also a lot of money.
Are files recorded in Vegas Pro also compatible with Adobe if someone decided to switch from one to the other?
My requirements would be the ability to use more than one machine (not at the same time)_or maybe several machines to record on > and then transfer files to the "VIDEO" machine to render.
I've not done any of this yet so I don't know the ropes so any advice is welcome (too right!)
I'd use one of my FX8350's to start off with as I don't expect any files to be longer than 5 minutes or so and 32 GB DDR3 could be used.
A decent webcam would be needed (advice please)_small and ball-ish---with a good enough microphone__preferably not a huge condenser (large diaphram)____
Adobe seems to be able to be activated on one or two machines, this is OK for the "VIDEO" machine but I may have 4/5/6 other machines that I'd need to be able to record my own short tutorials capturing the software that I'm working on and turning it into a video.
I suppose it may be possible to record a file on one machine ---then ---transfer to another machine to render?????
Any advice please ---as I'm new to this but with some good advice it won't be problem