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History as Adobe Premiere video editing software terhandal today. This is an initial introduction and the opening next tutorial that discuss adobe premiere. So short, yes, now it has reached version Adobe Premiere CS6 version, imagine it as a Video Editing Program begins

1. Adobe Premiere Version 1 / ADOBE PREMIERE 1.0 which was released in December 1991
With OS platform is Apple Mac, Windows yet, some feature changes like this:
First release of Premiere
QuickTime multimedia format support and VideoSpigot
PICT image support
Supported up to 160 x 120 pixels movie creation
Supported 8-bit audio
Supported output to video tape

2. Adobe Premiere Version 2 / ADOBE PREMIERE 2.0, which was released in september 1992
With OS platform is Apple Mac, Windows yet, some feature changes like this:

QuickTime video and audio capture support
Title creation
Title, Sequence, and Construction windows
Slow / fast motion support
5 audio and 41 movie / still-image filters
49 special effects
16-bit, 44 kHz audio support
Filmstrip file format Introduced
Numbered sequences PICT support
EDL support
Illustrator import text
SMTPE timecode support

3. Adobe Premiere Version 3 / ADOBE PREMIERE 3.0 which was released in August of 1993
With OS platform is Apple Mac, Windows yet, some feature development like this:

99 stereo audio tracks
97 video tracks
Video waveform monitor
Sub-pixel motion and field rendering
Batch digitizing
Full framerate preview from disk
Enhanced window title

4. Adobe Premiere Version 1 / ADOBE PREMIERE 1.0 which was released in September 1993
With the first Windows OS platform, some feature development like this:

First release of Premiere application for Windows platform
24-bit AVI and QuickTime video format support
Autodesk Animator file support
AVI, AIFF, and WAV audio format support
Still image support (Photoshop, BMP, DIB, PCX, PICT, PCX, and TIFF formats)
Two video tracks, three audio tracks, and one transition and superimpose track
No EDL, titling, and motion and device control available in then current Mac (v3.0) release

5. Adobe Premiere Version 1.1 / ADOBE PREMIERE 1.1 which was released in February 1994
With the Windows OS platform, some feature development like this:

AdobeCap video capture module
Expanded graphics and audio file support
TARGA and ADPCM files support
Image sequence import support

6. Adobe Premiere Version 4 / ADOBE PREMIERE 4.0 which was released in July 1994
With the Mac OS platform, some feature development like this:
Support for 97 superimposition tracks plus two A / B tracks
Trim window
Dynamic previewing
Custom filter and transition creation
Time variable filters
Batch capture
Time-lapse capture
NTSC 29.97 frame rate support

7. Adobe Premiere Version 4 / ADOBE PREMIERE 4.0 which was released in December 1994
With the Windows OS platform, some feature development like this:


Adobe moves Windows platform release of Premiere directly from v1.1 to v4.0
Premiere 4.0 for Windows matches capabilities of Premiere 4.0 for Macintosh

8. Adobe Premiere Version 4.2 / ADOBE PREMIERE 4.2 was released in October 1995
With the Mac OS platform, some feature development like this:


CD-ROM Movie Maker Plug-in
Data rate analysis tool
Power-native Macintosh Sound Manager 3.1

9. Adobe Premiere Version 4.2 / ADOBE PREMIERE 4.2 was released in April 1996
With the Windows OS platform, some feature development like this:



32-bit architecture
Long File Names Support
Background compiling
Batch movie maker
4K output support
Right-mouse button support
Uninstaller utility
10. Adobe Premiere Version 4.2 / 4.2 ADOBE PREMIERE Silicon Graphics which was released in July 1997

With OS platform UNIX / SGI first and then not show up again for UNIX, some feature development like this:



SGI O2 exclusive platform release
IRIX 6.3 integration
OpenGL accelerated versions of transition and special effects plug-ins
Platform-specific plug-ins by Silicon Graphics for combining 3D and video content


11. Adobe Premiere Version 5 / ADOBE PREMIERE 5, which was released in May 1998

With Mac OS and Windows platforms, and this time Adobe Premiere at Target development for both platforms OS. Some feature development like this:



Source / Program editing
Editor window title
Keyframeable audio and video filters
Collapsible tracks
Up to three hour project length support

12. Adobe Premiere Version 5.1 / ADOBE PREMIERE 5.1 ​​was released in October 1998

With Mac OS and Windows platforms. Some feature development like this:




QuickTime 3.0 support
DPS Perception support
Preview to RAM
"Smart" Preview file export Timeline
Multi-threaded, dual processor support
13. Adobe Premiere Version 6 / ADOBE PREMIERE 6.0 which was released in January 2001

With Mac OS and Windows platforms. Some feature development like this:




Support for web video and DV formats
OHCI support
Title editor
Storyboard
Audio mixer
Timeline video track keyframes

14. Adobe Premiere Version 6.5 / ADOBE PREMIERE 6.5 which was released in August 2002

With Mac OS and Windows platforms. Some feature development like this:

Real-time preview
Adobe Title Designer
Exporting to DVD as MPEG-2

15. Adobe Premiere Pro version 1.0 / ADOBE PREMIERE Pro 1.0 was released on August 21, 2003
With Windows platform, to Mac Platform at Terminate first temporarily, and start time is the development of a Software Adobe Premiere Editing increased sharply. Many people used to call Adobe Premiere 7.0. Some feature development like this:

Rewritten source code for the whole program
Multiple nested Timelines
Color correction tools
Sample-level audio editing
Track-based audio effects
5.1 surround sound support
VST audio filters and ASIO audio hardware support
AAF export
Customizable keyboard shortcuts
Adobe Media Encoder
16. Adobe Premiere Pro version 1.5 / ADOBE PREMIERE Pro 1.5 released on May 24, 2004
With the Windows platform. Ane also Amendment to this version, as it is light to ngedit. Some feature development like this:

Project Manager
Panasonic 24p support
Effects favorites
Project-ready Photoshop file creation
Automatic loading of built-in After Effects plug-ins
After Effects clipboard support
One-click color correction
AAF and EDL import and export
New deesser and DeHummer audio filters
New GPU effects
Bézier keyframe controls
Oh yes, after a time tepannya March 1, 2005, Adobe Premiere 1.5.1 was released with the addition of features HDV Support.


17. Adobe Premiere Pro version 2.0 / ADOBE PREMIERE Pro 2.0, which was released on January 17, 2006
With the Windows platform. After that ended the Pro version, since development began to be developed with Mac OSX as well. Some feature development like this:

Docking Workspaces
Multicam editing
Adobe Clip Notes
Dynamic Link with After Effects projects
DVD authoring from the timeline
Native HDV editing
Native SD and HD support
Enhanced color-correction tools
10-bit and 16-bit color resolution support
32-bit internal color processing
GPU-accelerated rendering

18. Adobe Premiere versions CS3 / CS3 ADOBE PREMIERE were released on July 2, 2007
With Windows and Mac OSX platforms. Some feature development like this:


Output to DVD, Blu-ray Disc, and Flash
High-quality slow motion with time remapping
Direct-to-disc recording and professional on-set monitoring
Publish Adobe Encore projects to the web
Multiple project panels with smart file search
Improved editing efficiency
Output for mobile devices
Help documentation available online
After a time, the launch of Adobe Premiere CS3 Development, which
Adobe Premiere CS 3.1.0 which was released on October 18, 2007 with the addition of the "Native Panasonic P2 MXF import, editing, and export"
Adobe Premiere CS 3.1.1 which was released on 14 April 2008 with the addition of the "Native Sony XDCAM MXF import and editing"

19. Adobe Premiere Version CS4.0 / CS4.0 ADOBE PREMIERE were released on 23 September 2008
With Windows and Mac OSX platforms. Some feature development like this:


Speech Search
Batch encoding using Adobe Media Encoder
Over 50 enhancements to editing efficiency (apply filters / transitions to multiple clips, sync lock, smart zoom)
Media Browser panel to efficiently browse file-based recording media (eg Panasonic P2 and XDCAM)
Project intelligence with new XMP metadata support
Blending modes
Sequence-level settings
Dynamic Link to open Premiere Pro sequences directly in Adobe Encore
Enhanced Photoshop file import
Mac support for OnLocation
AVCHD support (not available in the trial version)

After some time Adobe Premiere CS4 was developed to version development. Among others
Adobe Premiere CS4.0.1 which was released 20 November 2008 with the addition of features "
Final Cut Pro XML import
OMF export
Enhanced third-party support "Adobe Premiere CS4.1.0 which was released May 29, 2009 with the addition of features"
Additional support for REDCODE
Performance improvements to project load time
Improvements to AVCHD support
Performance enhancements for DV / HDV playback
Support for Avid-captured DV or IMX footage
New 16 channel audio tracks for playout
Export media to a still format now bypasses the AME render queue
Enabled. VOB extension support "
Adobe Premiere CS4.2.0 which was released 10 November 2009 with the addition of the "Panasonic P2 AVC-Intra support (including new sequence presets)"
Adobe Premiere CS4.2.1 which was released December 8, 2009 with the addition of the "Fixed memory issue that occurred when importing large numbers of AVC-Intra files into Adobe Premiere Pro"

20. Adobe Premiere CS5.0 version / ADOBE PREMIERE CS5.0 which pada30 release April 2010
With Windows and Mac OSX platforms. Some feature development like this:



64-bit native application (32-bit OS no longer supported)
Mercury Playback Engine, roomates supports GPU-accelerated rendering using qualified nVidia CUDA graphics cards [42]
Ultra keyer for chroma keying
Final Cut Pro XML export
DPX format import and export
Metadata integration with Adobe Story and Adobe OnLocation
Face detection and improved speech-to-text
Direct export option, bypassing the Adobe Media Encoder
Fractional resolution options
Audio capture metering
After some time had developed in Adobe Premiere CS5 to version development. Among others
Adobe Premiere CS5.0.1 which was released May 26, 2010 with the addition of features "

Mercury Playback Engine supports additional layers on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 GPU card "Adobe Premiere CS5.0.2 that in release 1 September 2010 with the addition of features"

Windows-based Mercury Playback Engine support for new NVIDIA cards (GTX 470, Quadro 4000, Quadro 5000)
Import and export of RED RMD files to and from REDCINE-X software
XD-CAM HD export
Source timecode in XDCAM 4:2:2 footage
Support QuickTime files from JVC solid-state cameras
RED Rocket cards support
Broadcast Wave audio file format support
Broadcast Wave in OMF export support
10-bit DisplayPort support for NVIDIA Quadro cards (Windows only) "Adobe Premiere CS5.0.3 which was released December 7, 2010 with the addition of the" Mercury Playback Engine support for the NVIDIA Quadro 5000m card (Windows) and the NVIDIA Quadro 4000 card (Mac ) "
Adobe Premiere CS5.5 which was released May 3, 2011 with the addition of features "
Mercury Playback Engine support for more cards NVIDIA (GeForce GTX 570, 580, Quadro FX 3700M, FX 3800M, 2000, 2000D, 2000M, 3000M, 4000m, 5010M, 6000)
MPE acceleration of more video effects
Merge clips for dual-system audio
Closed captioning playout to firewire and third-party hardware
Adobe Audition CS5.5 integration
Improved speech-to-text using Adobe Story scripts
Canon XF metadata support
New Film dissolve effect, Subtract and Divide blend modes "

21. Adobe Premiere CS6.0 version / ADOBE PREMIERE CS6.0 which was released on May 25, 2012

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