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AMD joins the Adobe OpenHD Alliance

  • 20 January, 2006 10:35

<p>Adobe Systems, Inc. issued a press release on Wednesday highlighting AMD’s participation in the Adobe OpenHD alliance, an industry joint-certification program dedicated to delivering a line of integrated, certified, Windows-based HD solutions with the newly announced Adobe® Production Studio software for real-time uncompressed HD to HDV video editing turnkey solutions.</p>
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<p>The new Adobe Production Studio running on AMD Opteron™ processor-based systems provides creative professionals with the highest quality and most comprehensive toolsets for video and audio editing, motion graphics, visual effects, and DVD authoring.</p>
<p>“AMD joining the Adobe OpenHD Alliance is great news for Adobe customers,” said Joe Menard, vice president of software strategy for AMD. “Now Adobe users can expect certified, innovative multi-core and 64-bit solutions based on AMD64 processors that continue to drive the renaissance in digital media creation and allow digital artists to create at the speed of inspiration.”</p>
<p>“Through innovation, power and reliability, AMD and AMD64 processors have earned their way into the Adobe OpenHD alliance,” said Simon Hayhurst, director of Digital Video and Audio product management for Adobe. “We’re extremely excited at the prospect of providing more rendering power and speed to our customers through the combination of Dual Core AMD Opteron processors and Adobe Production Studio.”</p>
<p>To learn more about what professional artists and producers are saying about AMD64 processors in their workflows, please go to: LIVE!</p>
<p>For more information about Adobe OpenHD Alliance certified systems, please logon to:</p>
<p>For further information, please contact Linda Poretti at Howorth Communications on 02 8281 3824 or</p>

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