Creative Suite 5 is the latest incarnation of Adobe's flagship software package, a package that's responsible for much of the web, print and even video media that we see around us every day. So although it's possible to order the 'Master Collection', most of us will be restricting ourselves to just some of the delights on the menu see 'Adobe CS5 Packages' table. Previous versions of the Creative Suite have given buyers the choice between 'Standard' or 'Premium' versions, but in CS5 the only 'Standard' version to survive is Design Standard, which includes the standard version of Photoshop rather than the Extended version used by all the other packages. As you can see from the Adobe CS5 Packages table, Adobe are asking serious money for CS5, and even the upgrade cost from CS4 is pretty significant, so what's in there to justify the big numbers? In this review I'll be homing in on the apps that are most relevant to video production in the Production Premium version of the package, leaving some other aspects aside. It's to Premiere Pro that the content created in Illustrator, Photoshop and After Effects will most often be sent, to be woven into the timeline of the programme or video being edited.
Creative Suite 5 Production Premium for Windows pulls together all the Adobe professional post-production and graphics design applications necessary to shoot and edit video, create visual effects, and design interactive experiences. Adobe Creative Suite 5 Production Premium - box pack (upgrade) - 1 user overview and full product specs on CNET. Jump to Creative Suite 5 - Adobe Creative Suite 6 Production Premium is an edition of the Adobe Creative Suite 6 family of products intended for Creative Suite 1 and 2 · Creative Suite · Creative Suite 3 · Creative Suite 4.
Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium Feature Tour