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April 10, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:50pm

MOTOROLA DEVELOPS VIDEO STREAMING PLUG-INS FOR ADOBE PREMIER

By CBR Staff Writer

Adobe Systems Inc said Iterated Systems Inc, Motorola Inc, Progressive Networks Inc, VDOnet Corp and Vivo Software Inc are developing video streaming plug-ins for Adobe Premier. These will enable Premiere users to re-use video projects for the Web, providing the first step towards real-time multimedia on the Web. The plug-ins will work with the full version of Adobe Premiere 4.2. In addition, the San Jose, California-based company unveiled Adobe After Effects 3.1 for Windows, a desktop tool for digital compositing, two-dimensional animation and special effects. After Effects creates content for film, video, Web and multimedia.

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