What is Adobe Premiere?
Adobe Premiere is a video-editing software program from Adobe Systems. It was released back in 1991 for Mac computers. It was succeeded by Adobe Premiere Pro. The latest version available today is Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.
Adobe Premiere is part of the Adobe Creative Suite software which also includes Adobe After Effects and Adobe Dynamic Link. These two software programs can be utilized for Adobe Premiere Pro; where visual compositions created through Adobe After Effects can be directly included in the Adobe Premiere Pro timeline, through the help of Adobe Dynamic Link.
The software allows for high resolution editing of videos, with a color display of 32-bits per channel. Color models supported are the RGB color model, which uses Red, Green and Blue as base colors for mixing; and YUV color space.
For images, graphics from Adobe Premiere Pro can be edited in Adobe Photoshop, and then reverted back to Premiere Pro. Additional features of the software include simultaneous editing of videos or multiple camera editing, time remapping and a more advanced audio mixer.
File types supported by Adobe Premiere
Our users primarily use Adobe Premiere to open these file types:
Some users also use Adobe Premiere to open these file types: