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>There are several capture card (PC) suppliers--AJA, Bluefish, Blackmagic--that have yet to issue drivers for CS4 supposedly because Adobe has another update they're having to deal with.
That might actually be good news. If they are waiting on Adobe for this update it must be something substantial!
Maybe they are just waiting for Adobe to get it stable, which can mean changes in code without making any substantial changes. Or maybe you mean 'stable' by the word 'substantial.
"Or maybe you mean 'stable' by the word 'substantial."
You mean you guys don't enjoy new Premiere workflow were checking for updates is a daily routine. It's been four months and CS3 got stable a year and 3 months (the 3.2 patch was September I think) ago so if history is any indication........
As an old Adobe customer, I have neither delusions or illusions about how long it takes them to stabilize their apps, and I always wait to see how many of the immediate updaters are crying because something that worked was broken in the latest update before taking the plunge! :)
Based on what was said at the LA Roadshow, look for an 4.1 update around the time of NAB - with some very cool stuff included (FCP export, playing better with AVID, bug fixes, possible added format support, more AVCHD presets).
I guess the 4.0.2 update was just rolled into the 4.1...
Don't yawn at me :) He just said then next update is coming middle of April. Two months. And nothing he mentioned I really care about. Things I care about aren't bugs but intentionally left out features like stills, 24p, quicktime ect.
Sorry, Josh - didn't ask about the QT trouble, but did about the 24p issue and was told that was one of the fixes...I should have asked about the still issue - sorry.