Premiere Pro CS6 extends the performance gains of its predecessor to a wider range of users, particularly mobile editors with the proper laptop configuration. But what makes the CS6 version a worthy upgrade is its focus on video editing enhancements.
Premiere Pro CS6 has undergone a comprehensive redesign that not only affects the software's overall look and feel, but also facilitates a more efficient editing workflow.
Here's Macworld's review of Premiere Pro CS5.
Premiere Pro CS4 strengthens Premiere’s reputation on the Mac as a capable video-editing program. For those who already have an allegiance to other programs in the Creative Suite—but not to another video editing system—Premiere Pro CS4 will be tempting.
After returning to the Mac with the CS3 suite, Adobe’s video-editing app has had time to shed associations with its last Mac-compatible predecessor. Antony Bolante says Premiere Pro CS4 includes features that should further strengthen the program’s credibility on the Mac platform.
Premiere Pro CS3 is a capable, feature-rich video-editing application. Mac users will be pleased that Premiere Pro CS3 is related to Premiere 6.5 in name only, and possesses all the professional features its predecessor lacked.
Adobe brings its video-editing application Premiere Pro back to the Mac this summer after a five-year absence. Antony Bolante takes a look at the beta and finds a program unlike anything you might remember from the bygone days of Premiere 6.5.