Apr 19, 2007

Adobe offers Premiere Pro, After Effects betas

Source: Macworld
Written by Jim Dalrymple

In addition to shipping Creative Suite 3 and showing off its first Apollo application, Adobe has released public betas of Premiere Pro and After Effects for Windows and Mac users.

Adobe announced in early January that it would bring Premiere Pro — the company’s professional video editor — back to the Mac. Together with its companion product Encore CS3, Premiere lets you author once, and then output to Blu-ray Disc, DVD and Flash SWF for the web. Premiere Pro also supports additional delivery platforms including Flash and mobile devices.

Premiere also has a visual flow chart, which will help users build disk navigation through drag and drop. Users can choose automated menu generation or they can build menus in the Photoshop file format with the Photoshop technology built into Encore. Buttons, text and images are stored as layers and layer sets so you can edit them later in Photoshop.

The preview of Premiere Pro is available for Mac OS X 10.4.9.

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The beta applications are available from Adobe Labs.

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