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Yasser Amin
New Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 update to V4.1.0
on Jun 22, 2009 at 9:25:10 pm


New Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 update to V4.1.0

Is this the expected update from Adobe ?

do we will see new Decklink Driver update to solve all the problems we get with Premiere CS4

New in this release
- Additional support for REDCODE.
- Performance improvements to project load time. - Improvements to AVCHD support.
- Performance enhancements for DV/HDV playback.
- Support for Avid captured DV or IMX footage.
- Export media to a still format now bypasses the AME render queue. - Enabled .VOB extension support.
- Third-party support

Notable fixes
- All clips in last active sequence are no longer redbar when reopening project
- Boris FX can get the clip dimensions for their filter setup dialog
- CTRL+M is now the default shortcut for File‐>Export‐>Media
- A bug that caused green frames in clips with 100% reverse speed applied has been fixed.
- The last few frames of a time remapped clip are no longer rendered green
- Adobe Premiere Pro can now open projects created in Adobe Premiere Elements 7
- ’Scale to Framesize’ on a clip in a sequence of matching frame size and PAR no longer causes the timeline to require rendering.
- A bug that caused corruption in exported TIFF files has been fixed.
- Several issues with Adobe After Effects Filters and Track Mattes have been fixed.
- Performance improvements have been made to Direct Manipulation
- AVCHD 720p 30p are now imported correctly.
- Relinking XDCAM EX clips that have been moved to a new directory is now more intuitive.
- A bug that caused fields to be reversed when rendering speed change on upper field first footage has been fixed.
- A user can now copy and paste R3D footage from Adobe After Effects to Adobe Premiere Pro
- Several issues with effects that use track inputs, when the input track is a still have been fixed
- Playback performance of ProRes clips has been improved.
- Playback performance of h.264 clips has been improved.
- XDCAM EX clips no longer play one only audio track in the Source panel
- A playback issue with Panasonic AG‐HMC150 recorded progressive AVCHD clips no longer causes application freeze
- Blackmagic can now display titler output on external monitor
- If a mapped drive is defined as the user folder for a roaming profile, Adobe Premiere Pro no longer crashes when attempting to write to the drive.

Known issues
- Progressive 720 Sony AVCHD media files show an interlaced frame rate in Media Browser and Metadata panel.
- AVCHD 1080p 30 and 25 progressive clips are interpreted as interlaced files in Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 projects.
- If the work area end position is greater than the last frame of the last clip in sequence, then entire sequence is exported instead of work area.
- Setting sequence-marks stops playback if the multi-camera monitor is open.
- When importing QuickTime clips in AME’s batch queue for export, certain types of metadata (such as timecode) will not be propagated to newly generated clips.

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