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Top New Features of Adobe Premiere Pro CS5

Adobe Premiere CS5

Industry-leading performance with the all new Mercury Playback Engine—Work dramatically faster thanks
to the revolutionary native 64-bit, GPU-accelerated† Mercury Playback Engine that provides rock-solid
performance and stability, even at 4K resolution and beyond. Open projects rapidly, and create multi-layer,
effects-rich sequences without rendering.

Supported NVIDIA graphics cards for Mercury Playback Engine include: Quadro CX (Windows), Quadro FX 3800 (Windows), Quadro FX 4800 (Windows and Mac OS), Quadro FX 5800 (Windows), GeForce GTX 285 (Windows and Mac OS). For an up-to-date list of supported cards,
please see www.adobe.com/ go/64bitsupport.

Expanded native tapeless workflows—Work with the latest tapeless formats thanks to new native support for
XDCAM HD 50, AVCCAM, DPX, and AVC-Intra, as well as DSLR cameras and enhanced RED. Native support
means you never waste valuable production time transcoding or rewrapping, and always have access to the
original file’s pristine quality.

Script-to-screen workflow—Move from script to screen faster with new Adobe Story, a new CS Live online
Service. Efficiently manage your shoot and streamline logging by importing scripts from Adobe Story to create
complete shot lists and capture production notes in Adobe OnLocation. Use Speech Search to synchronize the
script to footage in Adobe Premiere Pro and quickly produce rough cuts. With Adobe Encore, turn your DVD
and Blu-ray Disc projects into searchable web-DVDs, and use Adobe Media Encoder to deliver your video for
broadcast, device, film, and mobile distribution.

Open workflows with Final Cut Pro and Media Composer—Bring the creative benefits of Adobe tools to the
whole project, exploring new possibilities with After Effects and other Adobe software. Collaborate more
efficiently by importing and exporting Apple Final Cut Pro and Avid projects into Adobe Premiere Pro.

Faster editing with metadata—Turn spoken dialogue into searchable text-based metadata faster and more
accurately. Edit quickly by marking In and Out points in the speech analysis text, synchronize footage with
scripts, and quickly locate clips containing human faces.

Dozens of timesaving improvements—Boost productivity with workflow features and enhancements
suggested by users like you. For example, use automatic scene detection to create separate clips from HDV
tapes, import assets from DVDs, use ‘Extend edit’ and ‘Find gaps’ keyboard shortcuts, and control keyframes
with even more precision.

Streamlined encoding with revamped Adobe Media Encoder—Deliver content in virtually any format,
including DPX, FLV, H.264, MPEG-2, QT, WM, and more with Adobe Media Encoder — now with a more
intuitive user interface. You can batch encode multiple versions of source files and sequences, manage
priorities, and control advanced settings for each item individually. With new metadata thinning templates in
Adobe Media Encoder, you can ensure that only cleared-for-distribution metadata is included at final output.

Tapeless camera support in Adobe OnLocation CS5—Use virtually any camera to record directly to disk. Plus,
you can now use the powerful logging options in Adobe OnLocation CS5 even when working with tapeless
cameras on set.

Adobe Ultra keyer—Achieve fast, accurate chroma keying, even on challenging DV or HD footage. Optimized
for less-than-perfect footage, Ultra preserves shadows and can achieve complex keys on smoke, liquids,
and transparent objects with minimal effort. The GPU-accelerated Mercury Playback Engine can dramatically
increase rendering speeds when using supported NVIDIA graphics cards, depending on the system
configuration and file types.

Native support for DSLR cameras—Edit video from the latest DSLR cameras, such as Canon 5D Mark II and
7D; Nikon D90, D300s, D3000; and others. New native support means you never waste valuable production
time transcoding or rewrapping, and always have access to the original file’s pristine quality.

Searchable web-DVDs with Adobe Encore CS5—Create more engaging web-DVDs that automatically include
a search interface, making it easier for viewers to navigate content. Metadata created throughout production
makes your web-DVDs searchable and makes it easier for viewers to discover your site.

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