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Wednesday, September 08, 2004
Plug-in for HDV Format in Adobe Premiere Pro


New software add-on delivers real-time HDV editing capabilities and supports latest HDV cameras from Sony and JVC.

Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced an expansion of its IEEE-1394 support, with the addition of an HDV plug-in for Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5. Adobe is developing the HDV plug-in, available later this year, to work with the next generation of HDV cameras, such as Sony's HDR-FX1. Using Adobe Premiere Pro, in conjunction with new HDV cameras, video professionals will be able to capture, edit in real-time, and output high-definition video.

Registered Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 customers will be able to download the HDV plug-in for Adobe Premiere Pro later this year from the Adobe Premiere Pro Web site.

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