Edit professional productions with greater speed and precision in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, the industry-leading cross-platform video editing software that comes with Adobe Encore CS6 and Adobe Media Encoder CS6 software. Redesigned by and for editors, Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 software combines blazing performance with a sleek, highly intuitive and customizable user interface that lets you work the way you want to.
Get even more stunning performance from the Adobe Mercury Playback Engine with support for OpenCL-based AMD GPUs on certain MacBook Pro computers and NVIDIA Maximus dual GPUconfigurations. Open projects faster, scrub through HD and higher resolution footage more fluidly, and play back complex long-format and effects-heavy projects more reliably. In addition, the GPUaccelerated uninterrupted playback feature lets you edit, trim, or adjust effects and correct color during playback, all in real time.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 defaults to its "two-up" workspace, which presents users with an uncluttered look that puts the focus squarely on your content by positioning the Source Monitor and Program Monitor side by side at the top of the screen; the Project panel, Media Browser, Info panel, and Effects panel at the lower left; and the Timeline panel as well as the Audio Meters panel are in the lower right. The legacy default workspace is still available in the Workspaces menu, and because workspace layouts can be saved with each project file, users can customize the workspace layout based on specific needs or preferences.
Redesigned Audio Mixer
The Audio Mixer in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 gets its look and functionality from the multichannel mixer in Adobe Audition. In addition, double-clicking a fader returns it to 0 dB, and the mixer includes separate decibel-level scales for meters and faders. Contextual menus provide a number of options, including the ability to reset peak level indicators, show valleys at low amplitude points, change the displayed decibel range, and choose between dynamic peak indicators that update every three seconds or static peak indicators that hold the loudest peak until reset or until playback is restarted. And - when signal is present - peak levels are displayed numerically below each meter, giving precise visual feedback about your audio signal levels.
Scalable, master Audio Meter panel
Meter and mix audio with greater finesse. The redesigned Audio Meter panel can be easily resized, and it automatically switches from being oriented vertically to being oriented horizontally when you increase its horizontal dimensions. The revamped Audio Meter panel also includes buttons for soloing each of the audio channels, and the Audio Meter panel now meters content that is playing in the Source Monitor. And, as in the Audio Mixer, a contextual menu provides a number of metering options.
Project panel views
View, sort, and arrange media more easily than ever before by viewing resizable 16:9 thumbnails of your clips directly in the Project panel. When in Icon view, clips can be selected and scrubbed by using the clip playhead, standard J-K-L or spacebar keyboard shortcuts, or by hover scrubbing with your cursor. All of these capabilities save you time by eliminating the need to open a clip in the Source Monitor panel, allowing you to more quickly find, compare, and log shots. Plus, when the panel is resized, the thumbnails automatically scale to fit.
Resizable thumbnail views in the Media Browser panel
Like the Project panel, the Media Browser panel in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 lets you view and resize 16:9 clip thumbnails, providing more immediate, visual access to your content. Clips can be selected and scrubbed using the clip playhead or via standard J-K-L and spacebar keyboard shortcuts. Hover scrubbing is also supported in the Media Browser panel. To quickly add clips to your projects, simply drag them from the Media Browser and hover the cursor over the Project panel; when it opens, release the mouse to drop the clips into your project.
Time ruler bar in the Source Monitor, Program Monitor, and Timeline panels
In Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, the Source Monitor, Program Monitor, and Timeline panels contain a redesigned time ruler bar. Its components - the playhead, In points, Out points, and the duration of the portion of the clip that they define - have been revamped, and new marker functions have been added. The time ruler bar's timecode numbers can be easily toggled on and off, and zoom/scroll controls have been integrated into the horizontal zoom bar at the bottom of the Timeline panel. The work area bar, which specifies the area of a sequence that you want to preview or export, can now be toggled on and off using the Timeline panel menu.
When you add clip markers, Encore chapter markers, web links, and Flash cue points in the Source Monitor, Program Monitor, or Timeline panel - or import them from Adobe Prelude - they are displayed in color. This makes them easier to spot at a glance in a complex timeline. You can also assign duration to them. In addition, comments added to markers are displayed next to the markers. If no comment is entered, the marker name is displayed. Multiple markers can be added at the same temporal location, allowing more than one stakeholder to add notes and comment on clips. The Marker window lets you see all of the markers in an open clip or sequence, complete with vital details associated with them, such as color-coded tags, In points, Out points, and comments. Clicking on a clip thumbnail in the Markers panel jumps the playhead to the spot of that marker, speeding up your editing workflow.
Powerful trimming features
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 gives you a number of powerful options for quickly selecting and shifting edit points, including dynamic trimming via standard J-K-L keyboard shortcuts, enabling you to get top-notch results faster than ever. Ripple, Roll, and regular trims can be performed in the timeline by dragging edit points with the mouse, by using keyboard shortcuts, by using the numeric keypad, or entering dynamic trimming mode and using J-K-L keyboard shortcuts to dynamically trim your clips by playing through to the edit point and then executing the trim where you stop playback.
Trimming in the Program Monitor panel
A Trim Mode is available in the Program Monitor panel. When entering trim mode the Program Monitor will switch some of its buttons and other interface elements to a simplified two-up display, complete with buttons for performing some trimming functions, while retaining its usual overall size.
Enhanced, flexible audio tracksProduct Highlights
The default audio track type, called Standard, lets you freely combine and pan mono and stereo clips. For more advanced audio workflows, multi-channel master and Adaptive track types give total audio routing flexibility and easy export to multi-channel file types.
- Sleek, highly intuitive, customizable user interface
- Numerous new features and enhancements, including dynamic timeline trimming and adjustment layers, for a more fluid editing workflow
- Warp stabilizer effect for stabilizing uneven camera moves
- Blazing performance and rock-solid stability with the enhanced, 64-bit
- More powerful color workflows
- Ability to author and publish DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, and web DVDs faster with Adobe Encore CS6
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