Premiere Pro has been enhanced to support the editing of a wider range of video formats, gains an improved interface and bolstered colour correction tools.

Version 2.0’s new colour tools are built upon the new 32-bit internal colour-processing engine, with 10-bit video and 16-bit still image files supported. The 32-bit space allows multiple effects to be applied to video without loss of detail. The colour correction tools now include primary and secondary colour correction, which is backed up with both a waveform monitor and a vectorscope.

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The upgrade supports native HDV editing, with support for logging, batch capture, trimming and editing. Support includes both 1080i and 720p variants of HDV, including most popular Sony and JVC models, according to Adobe.
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Users working on HD and film projects will appreciate more tools aimed at high-end users. Premiere Pro 2.0 supports editing of projects up to HD through low-bandwidth proxies, for example for editing on a laptop. The project can then be re-linked to the original at a later date for a final conform.
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