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Premiere Pro CS4 4.0.1 imports Final Cut Pro content

updated 11:00 am EST, Thu November 20, 2008

Premiere Pro 4.0.1 patch

Adobe has posted a v4.0.1 update for the CS4 version of Premiere Pro, its high-end video-editing suite. The patch introduces the ability to import projects from Apple's editing suite, Final Cut Pro, without any necessary conversions or re-rendering; most effects and transitions should be preserved. Users can also import and export in the Advandced Authoring Format (AAF), and export to an OMF file.

The software is also said to have a number of stability and performance adjustments made, in particular to add "full" support for 64-bit processing platforms. Users of RED cameras, lastly, should be able to natively edit the company's R3D files. The update is not currently listed on Adobe's website, but should be available through the update manager in Premiere Pro's Help menu.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. pixelcruncher

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Greatness

    Thank you Adobe!

  1. closeupman

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -1

    typo

    Is this: Advandced Authoring Format (AAF)
    a typo?

    Advanced not Advandced

  1. themacjedicali

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    64-bit

    FINALY they go 64 bit! This is great news and long over due. Now all that ram in our computers can be put to good use!

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