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    anyone check out the updated Premiere at NAB? Thoughts?
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    Yeah, I think it looks awesome. So many great additions. It's like a huge step beyond what FCP8 would have been. They've done a great job at listening to all the old FCP7 users that migrated over while incorporating functionalities of their other programs right within Premiere. Much better mac support too (speed/GPU accelerated) which is awesome. Here's some great links to what's coming:

    http://blogs.adobe.com/premierepro/2...miere-pro.html

    http://www.creativeimpatience.com/na...-premiere-pro/

    http://www.retooled.net/?page_id=64

    Can't wait!


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    The Cloud membership is a little unnerving still to me but if I'm using premiere and want the latest version it's the only way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Naso View Post
    The Cloud membership is a little unnerving still to me but if I'm using premiere and want the latest version it's the only way.
    Thats why I am not going to use it…..I think Adobe is making a big mistake with this….Yeah, yeah I know, I know - the bold future and all of that….


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    I've been on the cloud for a year now and had no problems.

    it is the way everything is going.
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    The cloud subscription is a great deal. $49/month gets you the full creative suite package, any of their programs you want and you download and install them just like a one time purchase. It would take 4 years of subscriptiion fees to pay the full suite purchase price and that does not include any upgrades, the subscription does. The cloud license allows for installation on two machines just like the one time purchase license and you can even mix Apple and PC versions if you want to.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgeedigital View Post
    I've been on the cloud for a year now and had no problems.

    it is the way everything is going.
    Awesome for you if you like it. I switched to Adobe CS6 from FCP 7 after the FCP X debacle.
    If they go over to 'the cloud' for all new updates they will be losing me as a customer.
    I'm voting with my software dollars against the 'rent' approach. Too many times that I'm
    off the grid longer than I can be with 'the cloud'.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Irish TRex View Post
    Yeah, I think it looks awesome. So many great additions. It's like a huge step beyond what FCP8 would have been. They've done a great job at listening to all the old FCP7 users that migrated over while incorporating functionalities of their other programs right within Premiere. Much better mac support too (speed/GPU accelerated) which is awesome. Here's some great links to what's coming:

    http://blogs.adobe.com/premierepro/2...miere-pro.html

    http://www.creativeimpatience.com/na...-premiere-pro/

    http://www.retooled.net/?page_id=64

    Can't wait!
    specifically for the Mac what support is being offered for instance on a macpro's GPU's which is basically ATI unless you go with the either the shaky Quadro 4000 or a macvidcard which has proven to be maybe the best way to go to get nVideo CUDA. any support though for instance the ATI 5870?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alaskacameradude View Post
    Awesome for you if you like it. I switched to Adobe CS6 from FCP 7 after the FCP X debacle.
    If they go over to 'the cloud' for all new updates they will be losing me as a customer.
    I'm voting with my software dollars against the 'rent' approach. Too many times that I'm
    off the grid longer than I can be with 'the cloud'.
    The option to purchase the Premiere suite is still available.


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    Quote Originally Posted by alaskacameradude View Post
    Awesome for you if you like it. I switched to Adobe CS6 from FCP 7 after the FCP X debacle.
    If they go over to 'the cloud' for all new updates they will be losing me as a customer.
    I'm voting with my software dollars against the 'rent' approach. Too many times that I'm
    off the grid longer than I can be with 'the cloud'.
    Do I need ongoing Internet access to use my Creative Suite applications?

    Because your Creative Suite applications are installed directly on your computer, you will not need an ongoing Internet connection to use them on a daily basis. However, you will need to be online when you install and license your software, and at least once every 30 days thereafter. The software will alert you when you need to connect to the Internet for a license status check.
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