Adobe After Effects CS5 Review - Millimeter






Adobe After Effects CS5 Review Sep 9, 2010 12:00 PM, By Franklin McMahon








Earlier this year,Adobe released a new update to After Effects with a great round of new features and additions. Probably the most notable change is that this new version of the software operates as a native 64-bit application. When I purchased my 8-coreApple Mac Pro, I added 20GB of memory, but honestly the option to use all of that memory has been limited until the new 64-bit architecture of Snow Leopard. In addition, there have been few creative programs that have taken advantage of the memory until recently. CS5 finally gets it right and allows you not only to use all your RAM and CPU cycles but also to selectively decide how you use it.Earlier this year,Adobe released a new update to After Effects with a great round of new features and additions. Probably the most notable change is that this new version of the software operates as a native 64-bit application. When I purchased my 8-coreApple Mac Pro, I added 20GB of memory, but honestly the option to use all of that memory has been limited until the new 64-bit architecture of Snow Leopard. In addition, there have been few creative programs that have taken advantage of the memory until recently. CS5 finally gets it right and allows you not only to use all your RAM and CPU cycles but also to selectively decide how you use it.
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