Adobe Premiere Pro CS2
Adobe Premiere Pro CS2 video-editing program offers several new features, but the best thing about it–and the strongest argument for users to consider upgrading–is that it’s easier to use than its predecessor. I tested a beta version of the new program as part of Adobe’s new Production Suite.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS2 have a new feature helps you make cuts at the right visual and audible cues when you have video from multiple cameras and want to tie them to a master soundtrack. This multicamera monitor lets you view up to four video tracks in a single window; you click on the panes within the window to make cuts in the sequence. The visual representation works well when you’re using multiple cameras to record the same event, or when you’re compiling different video sources into one movie.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS2 lets you create a PDF containing your video and a commenting mechanism–so, for example, your client can make notes at specific time codes. You can then re-import just the notes, which will match up to the time code in your original timeline. The application down-samples the video and converts it to either Windows Media or QuickTime format. You can instruct it to enclose the video within the PDF or to upload it to a server and link to it from within the PDF.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS2 New Feature
Adobe Premiere Pro 2 software gives you more power to express your creativity. With unparalleled Adobe application integration, revolutionary Adobe Clip Notes, and enhanced HD tools, Adobe Premiere Pro 2 sets new standards for digital filmmaking.
Accelerated client review and approval
DVD authoring from the timeline
Native HDV editing
Native SD and HD support
Enhanced color-correction tools
10-bit and 16-bit color resolution support
32-bit internal color processing
Adobe Premiere Pro CS2 System Requirements
Graphics Card= 64MB
Password = wiziblog.com
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