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Adobe to give some Mac lovin

Written by Dave Horvath @ 04 Jan 2007 7:07 User comments (2)

Adobe to give some Mac lovin Adobe announced today that they will demonstrate their DVD editing bundle, Production Studio at the MacWorld conference next week. What this means is Mac OS X users will be treated to the tools Adobe has created in applications like After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, Encore DVD, and Soundbooth.
This software suite will be available for Macs running the Intel architecture and will appear on shelves mid-2007. An updated Windows version is expected to appear around the same time. There has been no pricing scheme announced at this time.

Premiere Pro, Encore DVD, and Soundbooth will also be available individually for Intel-based Mac users and there is currently a free beta version of Soundbooth available for download.

Source:
PC World

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2 user comments

14.1.2007 11:40

This sounds interesting. I am thinking of getting a mac in a few years or soo just to increase my computing skills.

24.1.2007 12:25

I am a Linux and Windows (for gaming) man, but I have tried OSX and its great. I might actually see a mac in my future.

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