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41. Terran Cleaner MPEG Charger MAC
42. Adobe Digital Video Collection
43. Adobe Digital Video Collection
44. Adobe Premiere Pro Upgrade
45. DARTECH DART XP (Windows)
46. Adobe Digital Video Collection
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47. Apple Production Suite Upgrade
48. Terran Sorenson Broadcaster
49. Adobe Digital Video Collection
50. ADOBE Premiere 6 Upgrade
51. Adobe Digital Video Collection
52. Adobe Premiere 6.5 Upgrade
53. Charger 5.0.2 FS

41. Terran Cleaner MPEG Charger MAC & WIN Software Enabled MPEG Encoder

Asin: B00004Z50P
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MEDIA 100
Sales Rank: 13452
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Win Cleaner
I think wincleaner is a great safe way to clean up your computer. Ultra WinCleaner will get rid unecessary Files and folders, It Duplicate Files, and gets rid rid of Broken links, It Duplicates dll's, and it gets rid of Internet clutter like cookies, cach, and History.You can also back up your computer's files the way they were before you changed them in case you didn't like something you changed.It comes with another great tool called Destroy-it. Destroy it is just like the Uninstall shield except much safer. And both of the software are so easy to use. ... Read more

42. Adobe Digital Video Collection 5.0 Standard

Asin: B00005IB2Z
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 12039
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The Adobe Digital Video Collection delivers tightly integratedprofessional video production tools for creatingoutstanding digital video. Adobe-standard user interfaceelements make it easy for you to build on what you already know, while thetight integration of the products streamlines your workflow. Whether youproduce videos or motion graphics for CD and DVD projects, broadcast media,or the Web, the Digital Video Collection will help you gainthe power, efficiency, and creative control you need to produce superbresults.

This collection includes the following applications:

  • After Effects 5: Adobe After Effects 5.0 enables you to createmotion graphics and visual effects for professional cross-media delivery.It is a complete tool set for 2-D and 3-D compositing, animation, andeffects for film, video, multimedia, and the Web.
  • Premiere 6: Adobe Premiere 6.0 is a powerful and surprisinglyeasy-to-use professional video editing tool. This latest versioncomfortably closes the gap between DV and the Web with support for all of the leading Web video formats. Premiere 6 integrates a variety of features and functions, making it one of the best video editing tools around.
  • Photoshop 6: Adobe Photoshop 6.0 introduces the next generationof image editing with powerful new features that offer something for everyuser. Combine vector drawing tools and new layer design features togreatly enhance your creative options, produce razor-sharp text and shapes, and take advantage of an expanded Web toolkit that includes the new ImageReady 3.0 software for advanced Web processing.
  • Illustrator 9: Adobe Illustrator 9.0 expands your creativefreedom and enhances your productivity with its new Web graphics tools,versatile transparency capabilities, powerful object and layer effects, andother innovative features. Now you can use these fast, flexible tools totransform your creative ideas into sophisticated graphics for use on theWeb, in print, or in dynamic media projects.
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43. Adobe Digital Video Collection 6.0 Pro
list price: $2,229.99
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Asin: B00005UMCC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
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44. Adobe Premiere Pro Upgrade
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0000AJXWR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 4561
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  • A revolutionary nonlinear video editing application
  • Powerful real-time video and audio editing tools for precise control
  • Built for the exceptional performance of Microsoft Windows XP systems
  • Manage complex projects more efficiently with multiple, nestable timelines
  • Advanced color correction; customizable keyboard shortcuts; scalable editing platform

45. DARTECH DART XP (Windows)

Asin: B00009YWJN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Dartech
Sales Rank: 12189
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  • All-purpose recording, editing and CD burning solution delivers exceptional audio quality every time
  • Sleek graphic interface keeps every recording option within easy reach
  • Dynamic noise reduction tools remove annoying hiss from old recordings
  • Remove clicks and pops with precision, using DeClick Plus
  • Eliminate or reduce the vocalist's performance, or enhance it by adding reverb

46. Adobe Digital Video Collection 5.0 Pro

Asin: B00005IB32
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 12666
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The best tools for multimedia Video
If you nieed vedeo for cdrom and web I think this is the best tool, because is easy to use and you can get many effect. The open architecture for plug ings in photoshop, after effect and Premier let you create, without esford, a wanderfull effect in only minutes. ... Read more

47. Apple Production Suite Upgrade for Final Cut Pro [Final Cut Pro HD, Motion, DVD Studio Pro]
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Asin: B0002V4KH6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 3715
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  • Essential software suite for film and video production
  • Real-time production tools; common user interface elements
  • Professional graphics, video, audio, and DVD authoring applications
  • Provides seamless, intuitive, and integrated workflow
  • Includes Final Cut Pro HD, DVD Studio Pro 3, and Motion

48. Terran Sorenson Broadcaster

Asin: B00004THPE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MEDIA 100
Sales Rank: 13484
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49. Adobe Digital Video Collection 5.0 Standard

Asin: B00005IB31
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 10801
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50. ADOBE Premiere 6 Upgrade
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B000056NST
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 5071
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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A powerful tool for professional, digital video editing, Adobe Premiere 6.0 comfortably closes the DV-to-Web gap. With new support for DV on the Windows platform and cross-platform support for all of the leading Web video formats, Premiere aggressively integrates a variety of features and functions.

If you've worked with other Adobe applications, Premiere will look familiar, with the command menus at the top of the screen, windows to perform your assembling and editing, the toolbox, and the floating palettes. The Premiere toolbox contains tools for selecting, editing, and viewing your clips. The floating palettes contain additional features that help you monitor, modify, and enhance your work. You can hide and rearrange the palettes to organize your workspace, as needed. All of the clips that you import into your project--video, still image, sequence, and audio--are listed in the Project window. Every project has only one Project window; if you close this window, you close the project. The Project window is customizable, so that you can sort and view your clips by using the options that are more appropriate for your editing style.

Use the Monitor window to view individual clips, set In and Out points, set markers, add and remove clips from the Timeline, trim clips, and preview the Timeline. When you use the Single-Track Editing workspace, the Monitor window, by default, includes the Source view and the Program view. When you use the A/B Editing workspace, the Monitor window, by default, displays only the Program view and uses individual Clip windows, instead of the Source view. The Source view displays a single clip as it appears on your hard disk. Use the Source view to prepare a clip for inclusion in the Timeline. The Program view displays the current state of the Timeline--when you preview the Timeline, it plays in the Program view. ... Read more


  • Upgrade only; previous version required
  • Digital video editing for broadcast or for the Web has never been more easy, or more powerful, than it's become with Adobe Premiere 6
  • Using the standard toolbox layout that comes with all Adobe products, you'll have everything you need for selecting, editing, and viewing your clips
  • Import and assemble video clips any way you want
  • With the Monitor window you can set in & out points, create markers for clip to go into another

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Be careful! I bought an upgrade that doesn't upgrade!
I just spent [dollar amount] on a product that announces itself as an upgrade. After purchasing it and trying unsuccessfully to install it in my computer, I called Adobe and was informed that I had purchased the wrong upgrade. The wrong upgrade? Yes, you see, I have a PC with Premiere LE installed in it. And Adobe markets an upgrade for that specific software package. The upgrade I bought, of course (?), is intended only for folks who already had Premiere 5.0 installed in their computers. Oh? How would I know that before buying it? There's no indication on the advertising which Amazon uses for the product -- and I'm sure that Amazon is only using what Adobe provided them.

I'm going to try to return the package to Amazon -- but it's really not their fault that Adobe's packaging is so unclear.

(There is no indication in the description Adobe provided Amazon. Check it out for yourself. The actual package that arrived does indicate, in small print on a sticker, that it was intended for licensed users of 5.x. Even then, however, it doesn't say that it is not compatible as an upgrade for LE. If it had said that, I wouldn't have opened the package and tried to install it. Since it didn't tell me, I made the wrong assumption that the note about 5.x was to reassure those people that the upgrade would work for them, too.)

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good
It is true that Premiere does have some problems in crashing and other bugs that need to be fixed. But overall is is a very powerful and helpful program for video editing. And about the comments "don't get it if you're a beginner", it's all [bad]. Adobe has a very friendly interface. Of course you can't expect to have never used a video-editing software tool and become an expert as soon as you open it. You have to play around with it a little.
Concerning the program, Premiere has exelent exporting encoders. There is virtually no decrease in quality if you do it right. Also there are numerous edit facilities in transactions, video and audio effects. And remember that there are many plug-ins for this video-editing software, so you can always buy more and expand your Premiere.
About the system requirements, you have to ask yourself just how much of a profesional are you. Yes you can use a Pentium II with the minimum of 128 MB RAM, but then you're talking about editing small things. Having tested it on a Penium III 800MHz / 256 SDRAM and an Athlon 900MHz / 256 SDRAM, I have come to realise that this is satisfactory for small edits such as home videos and video clips. But if the concern is about low-budget movies, you either need a very powerful computer system, or a video-editing card...Also when editing video, it is usually edited in DV format for minimum quality loss. This means large amounts of HD storage.
The upgrade 6.0 offers web facilities and better fire-wire capturing, which brings the program one step above what it was, as capturing in particular is perhaps the most important aspect in video editing.
Wraping it up, I would recomend Adobe Premiere to any beginner who wants to become serious, as well as to the profesional who has a relatively low budget.

5-0 out of 5 stars The "Buggiest program ever" guy is crazy.
Premiere is EXTREMELY powerful.

If you are new to video editing, don't buy this program.

Stability is completely based on the system you install it on. If premiere crashes, you bought cheap RAM or you have too little RAM or you bought your (...) computer from someone who uses (...)RAM because they know that you can't tell the difference.

If you have problems with Premiere crashing, check adobe's online problem solving data base. They offer something like 27 solutions to every crash there is.

I solved my crash problems in 3 steps.

This program is extrememly powerful and is worth every penny.

1-0 out of 5 stars STAY AWAY!!!
I have Adobe Premiere 6.01 and while it has good intentions, it is the "buggiest" program I've ever used. If you take one step forward, Adobe will take you two steps back. Fix one problem, two more will pop up. Playback problems, exporting problems, editing problems....Adobe should have kept this one until all the bugs were worked out. If you need proof, visit and browse through the hundreds of fed up customers on their Forum page. Ulead Media Studio Pro is a lot less painful to use, and you get the same results.

4-0 out of 5 stars fantastic software
I tried this product and it's absolutley great. Premiere needed an upgrade and this works, the webpage features are great. ... Read more

51. Adobe Digital Video Collection 6.0 Standard
list price: $1,334.99
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Asin: B00005UMCB
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 11240
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The Adobe Digital Video Collection is a suite of four integrated, professional video production tools. The Standard version is for users who need core graphics, digital video editing, and effects tools. You can efficiently create and refine images of all kinds, develop visual effects and motion graphics, and edit and assemble digital video content to get the precise look you want. This collection includes Premiere 6.0, Photoshop 6.0, After Effects 5.5, and Illustrator 10.

Capture digital video and combine it with images, graphics, audio, and animation clips with Adobe Premiere 6.0 software. Users can visualize an entire project with new storyboarding capabilities and easily output projects to the Web, CD-ROM, and videotape. Develop visual effects and motion graphics in 2-D or 3-D space with Adobe After Effects 5.5 software. Import video, animation, and still-image files in all major formats. Version 5.5 features more than 90 plug-ins for professional visual effects.

Create, refine, and enhance multilayer images and optimize them for digital media with Adobe Photoshop 6.0 software. Design original artwork and retouch photos and video captures. Create sophisticated title sequences and other type effects with robust type controls with Adobe Illustrator 10. Bend, warp, stretch, twist, and wrinkle graphics, images, and text in any way imaginable with live distortion tools. ... Read more

52. Adobe Premiere 6.5 Upgrade
list price: $149.00
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Asin: B00006G9AU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 3923
Average Customer Review: 2.38 out of 5 stars
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The latest upgrade to Adobe Premiere adds useful improvements to this well regarded digital-video editing application, including real-time preview and a title designer. Premiere can take video input directly from digital and analog video cameras, store it on your hard drive, edit it, and output to a variety of video formats, including MPEG-1.

Premiere 6.5's editing screen consists of a number of free-floating windows that contain such tools as a video preview and the all-important timeline and storyboard. The basic operation of Premiere is to load in a series of video clips taken from a camera or a CD, or previously stored on your hard drive, and then drag and drop icons for them onto the timeline. You can then add a soundtrack, transitions, effects, and titles. When all is complete, export the finished video in a format suitable for use on a DVD, Video CD, or for the Internet.

Premiere 6.5 introduces several new features, the most useful of which is probably real-time preview. The ability to see the edits you've made to your video before you render the final version is a huge timesaver. While this feature has previously been available using special hardware, this is the first time it's been available from within the software. You need a fairly powerful PC to take full advantage of the real-time preview. You'll also need a computer with two hard drives, one to hold Premiere and the other for your video files.

Being able to add well-designed titles can make the difference between an amateur and a professional production. Adobe's new Title Designer, included in Premiere 6.5, provides many of the tools users of Illustrator and Photoshop will recognize to add text, rules, and shapes as overlays to videos. Adobe has bundled 90 fonts with Premiere 6.5, selected to produce clear and attractive titles.

Adobe produces a series of effects plug-ins that can be used with Premiere (sold separately as After Effects). Five of these effects (channel blur, blend, lightning, ramp, and twirl) are now included standard with Premiere 6.5, adding to the appeal of this very attractive package. --Simon Williams, ... Read more

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars A Good Value, But the Titler Is Very Sluggish
Adobe Premiere 6.5 has been getting the job done for us and is quite stable. We seldom see a crash.
Our only real gripe with the application is from the Titler. It's a nice and sophisticated tool, but response time goes from sluggish to glacial when creating and editing rolling credits lists. A typical movie credit with 8K of characters can take 20-30 seconds for the titler edit screen to update. Forget about using this titler in a production environment where deadlines exist. However, if you have 16 hours with nothing else to do, you can achieve very nice results on a credits roll-style title sequence in Premiere 6.5. Adobe severely needs to optimize the code behind this titler.

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money.
Since you're looking at the Upgrade version, you must be a Premiere user. This version offers better MPEG-2 support for DVD production than do prior versions, so it's very tempting. However, other reviewers have described instability problems with Windows XP. At the end of August 2003, Adobe is introducing Adobe Premiere Pro. "Pro" Version is "built for the exceptional performance of Microsoft® Windows® XP systems." You can upgrade to Pro from prior Premiere versions, but there isn't a Pro version for Mac. It sounds suspiciously like rather than offering a fix for compatibility problems, Adobe is selling the fix as an "upgrade." If I had known about Pro, I would NOT have spent the money on this version.

However, if for some reason you prefer to buy the obsolete version, you may benefit from my installation experience. To install the product, you need to enter a serial number during installation. The directions direct you to the back of the jewel case for the serial number. However, the jewel case does not have a serial number. The registration card has a number pre-entered for you in the serial number spot, but this ISN'T a valid serial number. Adobe charges for technical support and I refuse to pay for technical support for when my problem is a defective product. So I called customer service, who verified that I was a registered owner of a previous version and made me fax my receipt of purchase for the upgrade to them. They promised that Adobe Security would contact me in 2 days with a new serial number. Five days later (three business days and a weekend), I called Customer Service asking for a serial number. They responded that they had all my information, but since the Customer Service representative had entered something incorrectly in their computer, the case wasn't being processed. The representative apologized, fixed the mistake, and promised me a serial number within 48 hours. 47 hours and 59 minutes later, I'm back on hold with Customer Service trying to get a serial number. This time, the Customer Service representative told me that you need to enter the serial number from Premiere version from which you're upgrading. Logical, but why wasn't I told this in my last two calls? She apologized for the fact that I found installation "confusing." However, the installation instructions for the product specifically direct you to the CD jewel case. I'm not confused; the instructions for installation are clear and I followed them properly. She replied that the same instructions are supplied with the full and upgrade version. They just don't work for the Upgrade version.

For the money this upgrade costs, Adobe could afford to include proper instructions. Indeed, its interesting to me that they sell their technical support and then knowingly give you the WRONG instructions for installation. And if you're thinking you can just use your serial number from your old version, that doesn't work either! I needed to enter my old serial number with three numbers appended to the end of it. These three numbers didn't appear anywhere in my old version, only my Customer Service representative knew them. There really was no hope of being able to install this program without telephone assistance.

All this hassle and a version comes out in a few weeks that fixes the compatibility problems with Windows XP. If Microsoft had updated Windows and that forced me to upgrade my Adobe products, I might find that to be fair. However, Adobe Premiere 6.5 is sold as a Windows XP program. You're not allowed to mention prices in these reviews, but we all know that these "upgrades" are a three digit expense. I have to spend again in three weeks to get another program with the same features but better compatibility with my operating system?

I'm yet another Adobe customer who likes Adobe products, but not the experience of being an Adobe customer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Crashes when trying to export
I've tried this software on multiple computers and had trouble with it crashing while exporting MPEGs and also during Advanced Windows Media Export. The level of quality of this software is quite poor. It could be an incompatibility with Windows XP (both Home and Professional), but since the box says it's XP compatible I'm not quite sure.

Adobe has been sued in the past (class action lawsuit) due to the lack of stability of Premiere 5.0, which I was upgrading from. I only upgraded because I didn't want to pay a lot more for original software of some other brand which I'd have to learn from scratch. Adobe seems to have learned nothing from its experience in court, and is again putting out software which doesn't meet decent standards. Software that doesn't work as advertised should not be put on the market.

Please do not buy this software, as it isn't ready for prime time, at least for XP users. Please show Adobe that putting out software that doesn't work is not a good way to make money.

I guess I'm stuck waiting for the next update from Adobe. Any word on when that will be? I would start another class action lawsuit, but after paying for the upgrade I can't afford a lawyer. Just kidding, but the upgrade is overpriced considering just about everything is the same as it was in 6.0, which I have experience with.

Titles already came with Adobe 5.1 so I'm not sure why everyone thinks that's a new feature. The only thing new is real time preview and MPG-2 support, which doesn't even work properly on 2 out of 2 of the machines I've tried it on (both generic Pentium 4s with plenty of memory).

The manual is for the wrong version and is completely useless for those trying to learn the new features, such as MPG export (see the dialog box help button for that). In the video export section, they mention a "Save to web" feature which no longer exists, and the nonexistent CD-ROM Optimized Plugin. At least in the online help index they indented the subtopics under a particular topic (in prior versions it was a big mess), which at least makes it easy to find out that they don't have a topic you're looking for.

To summarize, my recommendation is to stick with 6.0 or go with some other brand entirely, if you can afford it.

This upgrade version of "Adobe Premiere 6.5" has got clips and sound editing tools, which professionals may like, but the fact that Adobe chose to make it incompatible with RealPlayer, QuickTime, and TitleDeko has forced me to rate it low.
Also, do not assume that because it comes with a nice MPEG encoder, that you can easily use it as an all-in-one programme for editing and recording your DVDs. The reason for this being that its designers has ensured that it does not contain any DVD authoring accessory.
Although that its video-effects commands, as well as superimposing menu are really impressive, its overall cons simply outweighed its pros.
Know that this software would have been wonderful, had Adobe not deliberately limited both its capabilities and compatibilities.

4-0 out of 5 stars Setting the Record Straight
mitchler2 says Premiere 6.5 does not support Quicktime or Realvideo...neither of which is true! They are definately included in my legally purchased copy, but excluded from the illegal versions I've seen on the web.

I think it's pretty good, actually, and the MPEG2 support alone is worth the price of the upgrade, in my opinion.

The new titling feature is fantastic, although I wonder why they invented a new type of style instead of using compatable Photoshop styles.

I DO agree with mitchler2 and other reviews concerning real-time preview: it's not truly real-time previews, like you can get with Sonic Foundry's Vegas Video.

Overall, Premiere never has been a high-end tool, although some broadcasters do use it. It's best feature in my opinion is it's interface and it's integration with other Adobe products. ... Read more

53. Charger 5.0.2 FS
list price: $499.00
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Asin: B000065ESN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Discreet
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