Summary

Adobe Premiere v 1.0 is a video editor for the Macintosh computer. It was first released in December 1991 and made use of functions available within QuickTime (also released in December 1991) to enable professional digital editing of time-based imaging.

QuickTime and Adobe Premiere were early editing tools for the Macintosh.

QuickTime permitted the editing of short movies; Adobe Premiere was a fully professional video editor. Using Adobe Premiere software allowed easy video editing at a very low cost compared to the professional systems in use in those days - AUD$20,000 versus AUD$100,000. Video editing using Adobe Premiere could be performed non-destructively, and inclusive of special effects, titling and transitions previously the domain of high-end production firms.

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Physical Description

User Guide + 5 disks

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