Not sure if any Adobe products were used in this production: http://tywkiwdbi.blogspot.com/2011/05/how-to-tease-your-dog.html
but I found it to be well-done and great fun to watch.
From an editing perspective, I assume that a lot of footage was produced, and then cleverly cut, with some great dialog added, at just the right moment.
Editing (and shooting) is not just the mechanics of getting images onto tape and then cutting things up a bit. As Steve G. points out in a great article at Muvipix, it's about the story. I kind of feel that there was no real story initially, but one certainly developed and beautifully. Maybe it was a case, similar to 2001 a Space Odyssey, where Clarke and Kubrick wrote the book, after the movie? The whole thing began as an A C Clarke shortstory, The Sentinel, and borrowed from a few more, but did not exist, as a complete story, until after the filming was complete.