You have a project that required just Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Encore to make a DVD. It’s all set up with menus and buttons that match up with the Premiere Pro chapter markers, etc. and it works fine. But the client wants some changes… more sophisticated color grading, and motion graphics for the lower [...]
I don’t think many people are shocked by this and hopefully many people are excited about this as we slowly get closer to CS ‘Next’. And to answer your next thought, no, it’s not anytime soon! 64-bit is logical on many levels. The benefits are numerous and can be summed up by one word: performance.
Today we took a major leap forward in our future development of Premiere Pro and AfterEffects. We announced that we would no longer support 32 bit OSes in future releases of Premiere Pro and After Effects. As many of you know, we are not new to the 64 bit arena, Photoshop CS4 is already native [...]
Millimeter by Jan Ozer A funny thing happened on the way to this installment of Affordable HD. Psyched by the arrival of the outstanding liquid-cooled HP Z800 (read about the Z800′s liquid-cooling system), I has scheduled a review of Matrox’s hot, new H.264 co-processor board, CompressHD, figuring if the card could outperform HP’s 3.2GHz [...]