The new version of Premiere Pro -- announced today -- is the first to be available on the Mac platform since the first version with the Pro suffix made the video editing software Windows-only in 2003.
Premiere Pro CS3 has few features that weren’t in version 2.0, but ships with OnLocation CS3 -- a rebadged version of Serious Magic’s DV Rack, which Adobe acquired with the rest of the company in 2006 -- and a new version of Encore (previously Encore DVD).
Premiere Pro and Soundbooth are Intel-only on the Mac. On Location and Ultra are Windows-only, but Mac users get On Location -- as it’s used separately from the rest of the suite, and works under Apple’s Boot Camp system for running Windows on an Intel Mac.
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