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    Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 3.2.0 update

    Sheri Codiana Level 1
      Thought I'd share a bit of information on the 3.2.0 update that will be coming out via AUM this morning. The update will come out first via AUM, then will be available on the updates page shortly after at http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates/?ogn=EN_US-gntray_dl_updates.

      The readme will also be hosted at http://www.adobe.com/support/documentation/en/premierepro/releasenotes.html.

      Dave Helmly has posted about the update on his blog, as well: http://blogs.adobe.com/davtechtable/2008/04/xdcam_and_premiere_32.html#more

      New in this release:
      - This update adds compatibility with the Sony XDCAM range of cameras. This includes disc-based XDCAM and XDCAM HD cameras., and the newer SxS-based XDCAM EX cameras. Content from XDCAM cameras can be imported and edited natively without transcoding or conversion. This makes possible similar workflows to Panasonic P2, including the ability to edit content directly from XDCAM EX cameras.

      - Note: Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 3.2.0 does not support IMX editing or XDCAM HD50 editing at this time. Export to XDCAM is also not possible.

      - Adobe Premiere Pro now has presets for HDV 24p. Note: Adobe Premiere Pro does NOT support print to tape in 24p mode.

      - Improved handling of MPEG streams (e.g.: HDV video), along with error detection. MPEG stream errors can occur during recording due to tape dropouts, record start/stop glitches, timecode breaks, etc. Bad frames caused by these MPEG stream errors are identified during import/indexing or playback. These frames will play back as full red frames to alert the user that there is a problem in the encoded video at that location. Adobe Premiere Pro will also log error messages to the Events panel, indicating where the error(s) were encountered in the stream. Users can open the Events panel, determine the location of the MPEG stream error, navigate to that location in the clip and take corrective action, such as trimming out the video glitch or covering up the red frames with duplicated good frames copied from before or after the glitch. Note: MPEG files will need to be re-indexed to take advantage of the improvements in Adobe
      Premiere Pro CS3 3.2.0. For more information, please see Working with MPEG Files.

      Notable fixes:
      - Titles/Footage no longer show up as offline when reloading saved projects.
      - Rendered preview files no longer missing when reloading saved projects.
      - Certain filters and/or transitions are now applied correctly when reloading saved projects, until the timeline is forcibly refreshed.
      - When exporting via the Adobe Media Encoder, there is no longer a long delay before the progress dialog shows and rendering resums (Mac OS 10.5.x only).
      - 24p HDV clips shot on a Canon XH A1 no longer come in incorrectly as 30 fps clips.
      - Creating an offline clip in the project window then attempting to link it to media on disk no longer results in the application crashing.
      - QT PAL movies rendered out of Adobe After Effects® software are no longer incorrectly identified as requiring rendering in a Adobe Premiere Pro PAL project.
      - DV Clips of certain specific durations are no longer incorrectly identified on the timeline as requiring rendering.
      - For P2 DVCPro clips, the right-most pixel column no longer contains video garbage.
      - Fixed a memory fragmentation problem that would occur with projects with many custom bin columns.
      - Fixed a bug where exporting to a QuickTime movie (with QT 7.4) would crash the application.
      - Selecting "display only exact name matches" when relinking clip no longer crashes on Leopard.
      - Fixed an issue where 30p and 30f HDV clips would incorrectly be identified as requiring rendering in a 29.97 progressive project.
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