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Chapter 2. Getting Set Up > Premiere 5.1/6.0 vs. Premiere 6.5

Premiere 5.1/6.0 vs. Premiere 6.5

In the days when Premiere 5.1 was on the market, analog video was the reigning format. A/V card manufacturers were catering to that format with the higher-end, professional video editor’s A/V card offering additional connectors and interfaces for a wider variety of input types. Premiere 6 was the first version designed initially (meaning there were no patches or special plug-ins needed) to work with digital video, offering a clean and easy way to import digital video straight from the camera into the computer via FireWire. Many A/V card manufacturers continue to work with the analog video format, and many of the A/V cards on the market are compatible with Adobe Premiere 6 or Premiere 6.5. Check out http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere/6cards.html for the most recent list.

Adobe Premiere 6 recognizes the following A/V cards:


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