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There are many software options available for learning animation. Some of the best animation software in the market are **Visme**, **Adobe Animate**, **Adobe Character Animator**, **Pencil2D**, **Biteable** and **Animaker**¹. 

**Visme** is a cloud-based animation software that allows you to create animated videos, presentations, and infographics. It has a user-friendly interface and offers a wide range of templates and assets to choose from¹. 

**Adobe Animate** is a new and improved version of Adobe Flash Professional. The software lets you create interactive vector graphics and 2D animations for videos, ads, games, television and more. You can animate characters, avatars, shapes and other assets using timeline controls¹. 

**Adobe Character Animator** is a 2D animation software that allows you to create animated characters in real-time. You can use your webcam and microphone to capture your facial expressions and voice, and the software will animate your character accordingly¹. 

**Pencil2D** is a free and open-source animation software that allows you to create 2D animations. It has a simple and intuitive interface and offers a wide range of tools and features to create animations¹. 

**Biteable** is a cloud-based animation software that allows you to create animated videos for social media, marketing, and other purposes. It has a user-friendly interface and offers a wide range of templates and assets to choose from¹. 

**Animaker** is a cloud-based animation software that allows you to create animated videos, presentations, and infographics. It has a user-friendly interface and offers a wide range of templates and assets to choose from¹. 

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

Source: Conversation with Bing, 3/15/2023(1) 26 Best Animation Software for Beginners in 2023 [Free & Paid] - Visme Blog. https://visme.co/blog/animation-software/ Accessed 3/15/2023.
(2) The 23 Best 3D Animation Software for Beginners in 2023. https://academyofanimatedart.com/3d-animation-software-for-beginners/ Accessed 3/15/2023.
(3) Best Animation Software in 2023 (Free & Paid) — March - JUST™ Creative. https://justcreative.com/best-animation-software/ Accessed 3/15/2023.
(4) 16 Best Animation Software of 2023 (Free and Paid) - Pixpa. https://www.pixpa.com/blog/animation-software Accessed 3/15/2023.
(5) The best animation software in March 2023 | Creative Bloq. https://www.creativebloq.com/buying-guides/best-animation-software Accessed 3/15/2023.

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I have preferred apps but will sometimes use others, if required by the client.

These are what I use in order of preference:

1. Final Cut Pro and Motion – WAY better than the industry gives them credit for and a single, one-time payment. (I’ve been using this software for over a decade and not paid a penny since buying them, while still getting all the updates). The one disadvantage is they're Mac only.

2. Da Vinci Resolve – incredible all-in one software that (somehow) has an incredibly feature-rich decent free version. I almost never run into a paywall.

3. Adobe Premiere and After Effects – if the customer requires them. The big thing going for these is that they are the industry standard. Unfortunately the subscription cost is crazy so I only sign up for these when I have a project that requires them.

4. Some others like iMovie, Lumafusion etc.

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Adobe premiere pro and Adobe after effect are both excellent video editing programs, but if you're serious about getting into it, you should learn Davinci Resolve instead. It's the greatest and it's free, and it even has a section for mixing video editing with motion design.

 

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So theres a looot of programs and apps out there but I work with Adobe premiere pro cause it´s awesome with photoshop and all other creative suite programs. Also I use Adobe Express and Capcut for a final touch on my production. But in my opinion it´s not a bout the program - it´s about the editor. If you are a great editor you can barely find a way in each and every program and app that will work for you and your project. It´s all about workflows and finding the right program that works best for you.😊

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