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Aindreas Gallagher
Re: Apple and databases
on Mar 27, 2013 at 11:33:58 pm

[Franz Bieberkopf] "PPro projects are structured"

badly is the answer. It's basically AE in effect - which is close to unusable in a modern editing system.
My completely ill informed perception is that its literally prehistoric project management architecture. One project at a time, relinking is a nightmare...

that said, a birdie told me that is about to very, very radically change.

Also If DRW is on the money, we're going to see an end to .5 releases - and a fundamental re-ordering of project sharing management in PPro.

If he is right, we go direct to PPro 7, and adobe lay down fairly serious cards.

that said - from the hints on here from reps - the audio channel oddities with assignment and audio channel based keyframing are here for a bit.

Also part of me isn't sure whether the benefits of anywhere are bedded into day to day single user basic software operation.
I would be really surprised if the current project limitations survive the advent of adobe anywhere tho.

I don't think they could leave that AE style edit project handling crud in the next version - I'm presuming anywhere does bleed down to all basic footage and project handling architecturally in 7, outside of the specifics of the anywhere proposition.

Project handling in PPro cannot stay as it is. promo producer/editor.grading/motion graphics

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