Adobe is expected to announce a new version of Premiere, its video editing program, today.
The update, which will bring the application to version 6.5, will present numerous innovations that will raise the quality of the projects that can be performed with Premiere. Adobe's goal, explains Bruce Bowman, Premiere's own product manager, to offer the widest possible audience access to sophisticated video editing functions, because the spread of FireWire ports and complementary technologies allows a large audience to make movies. professional level.
Premiere integrates tools for creating video sequences with titles, an application that provides rudimentary DVD burning, tools for audio and MPEG encoding.
Premiere 6.5, which is aimed at an audience that does not make intensive use of video editing, will be on sale from the next few weeks at a price that on the American market will be $ 549 for the full version or 149 for the upgrade version.