“Sources familiar with Adobe’s plans report the company intends to release a Mac version of Production Studio 2, marking the return of Premiere to the Mac as well as the first Mac versions of Encore DVD and Audition,” Ryan Katz reports for Think Secret. “Adobe abandoned support for the Mac version of its Premiere video editing software nearly three years ago, following stiff competition from Apple’s Final Cut line that eroded Adobe’s marketshare on the Mac platform.”
“Development of Production Studio 2 is currently in early stages, with a release not expected until the second half of 2007. Given that time frame, sources have suggested the software may be released with support exclusively for Intel-based Macs in order to streamline development and optimization,” Katz reports.
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Apple’s Final Cut Pro kills Adobe Premiere on Mac platform – July 07, 2003