Adobe announced the availability of its Premiere 5.0 software for video editing last week, on both the Windows and Power Macintosh platforms.
Premiere 5.0 (exclusive review in PC Week, 24 March) has a new Monitor window allowing users to edit video using a Source/Program metaphor, resembling the way monitors function in a traditional editing studio. The upgrade also adds high-end editing techniques such as 3-point editing, slip and slide and keyframe audio and video filters. In addition, the new version includes enhanced Edit Decision List support, long-format editing tools and 32 levels of undo.
Premiere 5.0 is aimed at small video studios, industrial video professionals, videographers and multimedia and Web developers.
Premiere 5.0 is shipping now, priced at #550. Users of earlier versions of the software can upgrade for #95.
Adobe 0131 459 6482.
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