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Old January 5th, 2011, 02:38 PM   #46
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Premiere Pro CS3 vs CS5

I finished upgrading to CS5 already and waiting for my Epson R1900 to arrive. So far CS5 is so much better than CS3. First CS3 would not recognize my Sony Fx7 camera. Cs5 has no problem. There are just so many features in CS5 that make the workflow just so much more streamlined and easier to use than CS3. So far CS5 has not Crashed yet. I Finally got CS3 not to crash as much after making sure I was using only certified drivers. Cleaning the cache did not help me. One other problem with cs3 was that in the titler if I clicked on any of the fance type styles I would immediately get a low memory message. This I could reproduce. Before I upgraded to Win7 and CS5 I was still getting an occasional crash in Encore. Not much if any crashes in premiere pro Cs3. My one thought is like Windows Premiere Pro just likes having a lot of RAM and 32bit was just to limiting. So far everything about CS5 I love much better than CS3. from CUDA through being able to still edit in Premiere Pro at the same time as editing in Encore. This is really nice. I could go on and on. I also bought 100 of the TY WaterShield DVDs. I paid about $75usd.
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