This expansion, along with the introduction of Adobe Production Studio has enabled the creation of seven new Adobe OpenHD turnkey solutions supporting HDV to real-time compressed and uncompressed HD, which will be available starting in February. Adobe has worked closely with the OpenHD alliance partners, testing the all-new Adobe Production Studio with each of the specific capture cards and hardware configurations, to help ensure performance and reliability.
Adobe Production Studio includes new versions of Adobe After Effects 7.0, Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0, Adobe Audition 2.0, Adobe Encore DVD 2.0, and the latest versions of Adobe Photoshop CS2, and Adobe Illustrator CS2, with innovations such as Adobe Dynamic Link, to provide a comprehensive software toolset for video and audio editing, motion graphics, visual effects, and DVD authoring. The combination of Adobe Production Studio and Adobe OpenHD-certified systems means that creative professionals will now have access to the scalability and reliability they need to support their HDV, SD, and HD workflows.
Adobe OpenHD was started in April 2005 by Adobe, Dell, HP, Intel, and Microsoft to deliver a line of integrated, certified, Windows-based HD solutions. Through a joint certification program, these companies help ensure compatibility between hardware and software components, simplifying the purchasing process and giving customers the confidence that they are buying a validated turnkey system. For details on hardware specifications, pricing and availability, please visit the Adobe OpenHD Web site at: www.adobeopenhd.com.