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Premiere Pro 4.0.1 is live and you need to get it!!!

Yes, it’s that simple – you need to get it… Why?

Well, of course there some little bug fixes that you probably have never encountered. Or if you are encountering them, then hopefully this addresses them! But more importantly it give you some wonderful new functionality!

Here’s what’s new about this version
OMF Export – for those people doing some serious audio work or need to interface with ProTools, here’s the ticket. This has been a long time coming and I’m glad to say we’re finally there.

AAF Import/Export – This is for people who want to interact with Avid systems. It can’t get any better than this can it?

Final Cut Pro Import – Oh snap…it can… This is not, I repeat NOT an EDL. It’s much better. Cuts, PIPs, transitions, keyframes of basic transforms like scale and position all come across. If you’re a FCP editor whose wanted to have some of the integration of Production Premium, well now you can. Edit in FCP, export to XML, import into Premiere Pro and finish with whatever other Adobe applications you need to use.

Other things: Surcode support, edit in Audition (Windows only), and some things that will allow our third parties to access some necessary funtionality for their hardware.

So, in one fell swoop, we’ve opened up interoperability between the major audio system of the world and the two major competitors in the NLE world. We want to play nice with everyone!

By the way, you may have seen some chatter about the RED plugin. It’s coming but we’ve held off a little bit longer because we’re getting some great feedback from users about whats needed. This will be an evolving process, but it will be worth the wait.

Get the software below…

Here’s the link for Mac: Premiere Pro 4.0.1 Mac

And here’s the link for PC: Premiere Pro 4.0.1 PC

Comments

OMF Export – are you serious? If this really works then Adobe has just added real value to Premiere, and just might have stopped me converting to Final Cut. That is really good news.

[DR - indeed, we're all very excited and I've got some customers who are using ProTools and HD capable Premiere Pro systems. Good days for everyone.]

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