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9.3 out of 10

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

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Overall 9
9.0

"New Interface, More Streamline, Possible? I say yes"

zeclorn, CNET
12 May 2006
  • Pros: All the great features of Premiere 1.5 but with a new and easier to use interface. If you work with real time editing, it is worth the upgrade
  • Cons: Still has a few problems with keeping seqences strait
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Overall 10
10

Ibackups

Chris, Amazon
14 July 2004
  • Summary: order this guy at ibackups.net. it is only 70$ instead of 700 and you can drag the dowloaded files onto a CD-R to make a installation disc.
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Overall 10
10

Beastly (in the good way)

Chris, Amazon
14 July 2004
  • Summary: This is a awsome video editing program.\ Very stable, never crashes, and i'v had it for a while. Its got tons of features and it will take a while to learn all of them, but you can make basic videos by the 2nd day. It reguires a hefty computer, i have a P4 @ 2.4 gigahertz, a lighting fast motherboard, 700 something ram and the program is still asking for more.
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Overall 10
10

From a Complete Editting Newbie

Scott Docherty "Scottybhoy1977", Amazon
30 June 2004
  • Summary: I'm fairly computer literate, and bought this software following a friend's recommendation. I did so about a month after buying my first camcorder, a DV one to be precise. So I think you can take it as read that I knew pretty much nothing going into this - hey, I like flashing the cash! To be brutally honest, when I first got started with PremierPro I found it pretty daunting, given the sheer volume of possibility it conveys.
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Overall 10
10

Advanced video editing

Zdena Sajfr, Amazon
27 May 2004
  • Summary: Adobe Premiere is an advanced peice of video editing software. As with most adobe products, the interface is not intuitive and takes time to learn...but it's worth it. Several users have commented about the manual, but I think that the best way to learn anything on computers, ADobe Premiere included, is to teach yourself. You may have to spend a couple hours figuring it out (or, depending on your experience, a couple months...
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Not for the faint hearted

Zdena Sajfr, Amazon
14 May 2004
  • Summary: If you've never edited video before REGARDLESS of your intellegence, then this program is NOT for you. This is an awsome video editing for anyone who has a basic understanding of editing software. If you have never used this before you will be Lost and never found again. Too bad so sad, thats the fact jack. If you have used a previous version or anything similar, the you will have the biggest orgasm of your life with Premiere Pro.
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Not too steep of a learning curve...

Nathan Hukill, Amazon
30 April 2004
  • Summary: I was surprised to read that a few reviewers had trouble learning this software. It is true that the user guide is a 330-page monster that serves better as a reference than a tutorial, but with just a little experimentation, I discovered many advanced tricks and put them to use in my first sequence.
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Overall 10
10

Nice progression from 6.0/6.5.

S Smyth, Amazon
25 March 2004
  • Summary: Those familiar with Premiere 6.0 and 6.5 won't find anything too different to begin with, when getting to grips with 7.0. This simply means that work in progress won't be interrupted with familiarisation with any radically new interfaces, and where have the tools been hidden. New and useful features include the ability to directly import and edit MPEG and QuickTime files, which is handy, instead of having to transcode such files into the AVI files that previous versions...
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10

AMAZING!!

Gregory F. Loukas, Amazon
5 March 2004
  • Summary: The guy above said he cant get a simple sequence? Well i had never tried any video editing program until i tried adobe premiere 5. Now i own Adobe Premiere Pro and i must say its the best video editing software i have used. I have tried pinnacle junk, Final cut Pro, all the macintosh stuff and more but by FAR Adobe Premire Pro is the best. I find it very simple, and it is so powerful. There are soo many filters and endless options.
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Overall 10
10

Excellent movie editor

+++, Amazon
15 February 2004
  • Summary: Adobe Premiere Pro is as sophisticated and advanced software package as any other Adobe project, designed for professional and "prosumer"-level users. You have to go through a certain learning curve, invest hours in learning, but once you are through, you will be fully rewarded by the flexibility of the program and its nearly endless possibilities.
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