Updating adobe premiere 7
Reverse Speed Another very small update, but it’s one that makes the switch from FCP7 to Premiere Pro feel that little bit more at home.The speed options now accept negative values to give you a quick solution to reversing the speed of a clip.Improved interpret footage Premiere Pro now interprets footage un-destructively (unlike FCP’s Cinema Tools which conforms destructively), and also has the options to preserve interpretations when making files offline/online.Ripple sequence markers Little update here, but you can now choose whether or not markers on a timeline are affected by a ripple edit.Quick adjustment of trim type This is quite a nice feature for improving your speed as you edit.
Premiere Pro will now recognize Cinema DNG sequences as video, and allow you to natively edit the files on a timeline. You can now apply a selection of customizable monitor overlays to your preview window.You can still apply a look or preset within Premiere Pro, but this will now be recognized as values on Speed Grade for further customization.There’s a lot of controversy that surrounds Adobe’s new Creative Cloud product.Overlays include time code, clip name and markers, and can be tweaked in text size, opacity and whether or not they’re visible on pause or constant.
Improved freeze frame function This is a little update, but makes freeze framing a little easier to manage.
Copy and paste transitions I’m sure like most of you, I’ve longed for this feature in your editing software.