Brings new MainConcept MPEG Pro HD 3 plug-in for Premiere
Newsmeldung von slashCAM: November 2007
Brings new MainConcept MPEG Pro HD 3 plug-in for premiereof rudi - 7 Nov 2007 23:07:00 With the MPEG Pro HD 3 plug-in should be in Adobe Premiere MPEG and H.264 video editing can be productive. There are now presets for AVCHD, Apple iPod and SonyPSP. In addition, the new version now synonymous full support for the SonyXDCAM EX. The Plug-In also offers AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) as well as Dolby Digital import and export functions. Main advantage over a normal version of Premiere CS3, the smart rendering feature, which renders only parts of which were synonymous changes. You can try out the plugin as usual (with watermark) for free, with the smart-rendering here is unfortunately synonymous disabled. The license key for full version costs 409 euros.
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Antwort von WoWu:
For the MainConcept Reference is synonymous the Pro version, which supports the whole standard ... including CABAC and CAVLC. So if you would like the whole quality .... Reference is a free trial version available.
Antwort von phil68:
Did the plug-in MPEG Pro HD 3 of MainConcept in the trial version downloaded and installed. I'm somewhat disappointed. The picture quality is top, working with HD material, but since the installation again slowed. Now is synonymous with 1440x1080 resolution Hardly more smooth playback of video footage in the preview window. With AVCHD footage CS3 is still slower ... But I have no desire synonymous to a new editing software to change. Have we not the whole thing 10 years ago with the SD-DV editing ever played through ... ? Greetings Phil
BTW my PC is synonymous s.der lowest System (Intel Core Duo 2,4 Ghz (overclocked to 2.8), 2x1GB, DDR2-667, CL5, ...) even though only 1.5 years old.
Antwort von WoWu:
Thank you for trying ... Yes, something we have already had a couple of times, in fact repeatedly, since it is video on the calculator there. We can only hope that not all firms so long with their adjustments need software like Apple and we are ahead of mid-2009 half-optimized software to see.