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Dennis RadekeRe: remember the old days! - and now for the new days
by on May 9, 2011 at 10:02:28 am

No, Adobe Premiere Pro works around Quicktime whenever possible, which is significant when you're discussing overall performance. So for example, H.264 we don't need Quicktime whereas FCP 7 does. With something like ProRes though where the codec doesn't reside anywhere but within Quicktime, Premiere Pro must use it. However, I will note that several people (and my own findings) have said that Premiere Pro performance on ProRes is better than FCP 7. At worst, it is on par. Hope this helps.


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