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Aindreas Gallagher
Re: Call me crazy if you want... but I know an imminent extinction when I see one. :)
on Apr 10, 2013 at 7:46:56 pm

[Brett Sherman] "what specific things makes Premiere CS 7 more viable than CS 6?"

In a way i don't have a very good answer for that - its not so much viability, I just want to edit in it?

the improvements to the timeline and as they say, the finesse of the thing are really pretty major - being able to select a ProRes timeline, with prores preview rendering and pro res export is an awfully big biggie. Just in terms of settling your head that you can execute in that way. Export of a clean PRORES timeline looks to run at about four or five times realtime in a published test - so you know that whole export hit is basically gone.

Also I am way more incentivised to dick around with speedgrade now. like - quite a lot.

there was a dude that adobe interviewed at nab - he was a director screening at sundance - he cut the film in premiere 6 - a lot of films were cut in premiere this year, and when she asked him what he liked about seven he laughed and said he just wanted to get his hands on it - that it was all the little refinements to the timeline more than anything. that he would encounter those refinements every minute of the day editing.

It adds up to some kind of threshold basically - I want to cut in that timeline more than I want to cut in FCP7.
Add in the 64bit performance under CUDA...

It sounds stupid in a way but that timeline just looks like a very nice place to be?

http://vimeo.com/user1590967/videos http://www.ogallchoir.net promo producer/editor.grading/motion graphics


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