Vincent Laforet on Adobe Production Premium CS6
Vincent Laforet and his team have had a couple of months to play around with the beta versions of Adobe Premiere and After Effects CS6. He says, "Premiere Pro has some cool new features – the most noticeable of which is the new default 'two up' workspace, which places the source monitor and program monitor side by side at the top of the screen. Both monitors have also been given a sleek, new look, with panel bars that can easily be reconfigured...
"After Effects also has some amazing new features. They include a global RAM cache and a persistent disk cache, which basically means that you will have less render time when previewing your clips in AE. This is because you won’t have to wait for previously created/rendered frame to re-render when experimenting with new ideas. It also means that you will be able to open up earlier projects with the rendered cache still in tact and ready for immediate playback. CS6 also makes better use of your computers video card and OpenGL for overall faster and smoother operation."
Watch his short video tour below and read his full take here on his blog.