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The latest CS6 incarnation of Adobe's flagship video editor, Premiere Pro, focuses on usability. The plethora of buttons in previous versions has been cleared up, to foreground the video windows. The timeline has been tidied, too, for increased productivity. Adjustment layers are now supported, and there are some new effects capabilities including the powerful Warp Stabilizer. If you opt for the Production Bundle, the much-respected SpeedGrade now comes as part of the package. Overall, a massive usability update to match the 64-bit rendering engine overhaul of CS5.

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May 30, 2012, 4:42 pm

No jog shuttle? omg. Why Adobe, why?

Such a great little feature...


May 30, 2012, 4:54 pm

Oh, and the GPU restriction can be removed in less time than it takes to type this sentence.

It's a joke amongst editors and vfx teams, and exists for no logical reason that I can think of.

Adobe can keep demanding specific cards all they want, no one I know pays any attention to it and just removes the GPU restriction 'as part of the installation process'.

Ask your preferred web search engine for more details, and save yourself £6.5K off a Quadro 6000.

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