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I think you may have heard about Premiere Elements and Photoshop elements.
The interesting thing (for me at least) was the new version of Premiere Elements supports AVCHD.
I really think CS4 is close to release...I could be wrong, but I have a feeling within a few months.
As Steven linked; the announcements today are about Elements.
ah that's what I heard !, thank you for clarifying things.
I just read the first Yahoo link above, and the support for AVCHD is going to make many people very happy. I just hope this support is coming for Premiere Pro very soon in the future. ( I guess it come as a new version of CS )
Thank you again,
I could be very wrong on this, but I'd suspect that Adobe will keep AVCHD in Elements and not feel the need to include it in CS4. Unfortunately, the only people who know for sure cannot tell us.
Bill - I read on one of the Adobe blogs that Adobe did show AVCHD support in PPro at an event in NY earlier this year. It was a beta version of the support, but it was in PPro. I'd be willing to bet we see it in CS4.
I had used the word "wager," originally in my post, but took that out. Glad that I did, as you'd likely get my $, or whatever. It will be interesting to see how the marketing folk at Adobe handle this. They have the ultimate control.
I've seen similar with regards to the Toyota Landcruiser and other Toyota models. There was so much similarity, but at totally different price-points. Toyota moved the Forerunner away from the Landcruiser, but then introduced the Sequoia to fill the gap. Adobe has the same problem, and I'll be interested to see how they handle this format.
Glad that I omitted the word "wager," as I need every $ to purchase the upgrade to CS4!
Since I do not use AVDHD, it is rather meaningless to me, but obviously means a lot to many.
I hope you are right, and I am wrong, just to satisfy the masses.