IBC 2010 – SEE REAL-TIME STEREO 3D VIDEO EDITING WITH ADOBE CS5 AND NVIDIA QUADRO

by Danny Shapiro

It’s Day 2 of the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC), being held through September 14th at the RAI Centre in Amsterdam. If you’re interested in real-time, amazingly fluid, stereo 3D video editing, then you need to see it being demonstrated at the NVIDIA  booth (Hall 7, Stand 7.J38).

Adobe (Hall 7, Stand 7.H23), recently announced version 5.0.2 of their Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 software. NVIDIA graphics processing units (GPUs), including the company’s new Quadro professional graphics solutions based on the Fermi architecture, are certified by Adobe for version 5.0.2. Quadro unleashes the real-time video editing and effects processing capabilities of Adobe’s leading non linear editor.

With the new NVIDIA Quadro 5000 and Quadro 4000 GPUs and Adobe Premiere Pro CS5, video production pros can now experience even richer, more vivid image quality with the broadest dynamic range and support for 30-bit color fidelity (10-bits per color; available only on Quadro GPUs).

NVIDIA Max Creativity-Adobe CS5 and Quadro

Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 software incorporates the NVIDIA CUDA parallel processing architecture, so NVIDIA GPUs and their hundreds of cores enable film and video professionals to work unconstrained. Users can create compelling, multi-layer projects with a virtually limitless number of HD or higher resolution video clips, then apply sophisticated visual effects and color correction, while still being able to view the output instantly.

At IBC, you can see this 3D video editing solution for yourself, featuring the Adobe Premiere Pro Creative Suite 5, combined with the CineForm Neo3D plug-in—all in real-time.

If you’re not attending the show, you can learn more about Adobe Premiere Pro CS5, version 5.0.2, and the NVIDIA GPU acceleration inside Premiere Pro CS5, by visiting us on the web: http://www.nvidia.com/object/builtforadobepros.html.