June 10, 2015, 02:52 PM
Adobe Premiere Pro has a rich legacy dating back to its release in 1991. Today, Adobe Premiere Pro has gained steam in some of the biggest markets including television and feature films. More recently, it was used in the high-grossing film, Gone Girl, and before that in Captain Abu Raed and Monsters. How has Adobe Premiere Pro continued to push the creative boundaries of the post-production industry for over 20 plus years? Innovation.
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