work together in real-time across almost any network.
Now that's interesting. If done well, it could seriously increase Adobe's presence in larger post houses.
Man, this is HUGE!!! People are gonna love this.
I clicked through on some of the links I found via Google and, for those who want to work on a network, especially as part of a group, you are right
The notices say "future versions" of Premiere Pro, and do not mention pricing at all... or an actual release date
Makes me wonder if there will be two versions of CS7... one version priced as now without network, and a different version with networking... and, of course, a new price
Watching the Adobe TV promo, I got the impression this will be a Dynamic Link type feature. Not something you pay for or even install separately, just something built-in to the suite.
And I got the impression it'll be available for us Cloud subscribers long before a CS7 is a possibility.
This is a really big game changer... I'm curious about how exactly it streams the media. Because obviously it would take sick amounts of bandwidth to be able to stream 4k footage, or for instance even 1080p. Especially for editing purposes, it's a extremely awsome concept I guess we will have to wait and see how it's actually executed.
The way it appears to pull off the streaming is by making the video's resolution change. The example they give is that if 1920x1080 footage is being previewed at 50 percent then it streams your system 960x540 footage. The other great thing is that if you want to see a frame in full quality all you have to do is click it. The article also answer my question about how they plan to make the bandwidth work out okay, it says they plan to use a proprietary codec to stream the content. This appears like it's going to be awsome, it will also allow you to invest heavly in one powerful system and then edit with speed on just a average powered system.