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UHD, HDR and automatic remixing

As well as a big focus on Ultra HD, Adobe is previewing a range of technology in Audition, including an ‘automatic remix’ capability, which allows the duration of a song to be changed, without changing
the song.

Adobe is also offering an early look at optical flow time remapping algorithms in Premiere Pro. There are 3D improvements in After Effects, including a Cineware plug-in, and extended capabilities for its Creative Cloud Libraries.

Bill Roberts, senior director of professional video product management, Adobe, added, “We’re all about Ultra HD.
That includes three attributes, frame sizes, frame rates and most interesting is high
dynamic range.”

This theme is underscored in the latest updates and technology previews for its tools including Premiere Pro, After Effects and Audition.

The company is showing support for HEVC compression, and work towards an HDR framework that includes P3 colour space. It’s presenting a Dolby Vision HDR format demonstration with Dolby.

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