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Old 09-24-2007, 11:37 AM   #1
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Default Adobe chooses Blu-ray compatibility

From PCRetailMag.com.

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Leading consumer video editing software will not support HD DVD

The latest instalment of Adobe's Premiere Elements package Version 6, will support the Blu-ray format exclusively, further strengthening Sony's format's battle against HD DVD.

Anonymous industry insiders have told tech website, Pocket Lint that they believe the pressure from Sony has helped Adobe decision to exclude the HD DVD format.
Of course, that's kinda hogwash. HD-DVD burners are not prevalent nor are the media reliable. BD burners come from many different CEs and media manufacturers. It's just a given that Adobe adopts the industry leader.


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Old 09-24-2007, 12:06 PM   #2
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From PCRetailMag.com.

Of course, that's kinda hogwash. HD-DVD burners are not prevalent nor are the media reliable. BD burners come from many different CEs and media manufacturers. It's just a given that Adobe adopts the industry leader.


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The HD DVD camp, however, has gained ground with Toshiba and Acer alike, choosing to install HD-DVD drives in newer laptop models rather than Blu-ray.
I thought acer was neutral?
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I thought acer was neutral?
I posted a comment under the name of marcel to counter it. You should do it too.
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Old 09-24-2007, 12:18 PM   #5
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The HD DVD camp, however, has gained ground with Toshiba
Wow. Just...wow.

In other news, Blu-Ray is now liked EVEN MORE by Sony!
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well thats great Sony thankyou very much, I won't be buying ~Abode products anytime soon then!
Must be an HD-DVD fan. Of course HD-DVD doesn't buy out 'persuade' people either to support just their format.
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Acer is neutral, that is false and misleading info.. more FUD.

I love Adobe, and this is really exciting news! There are almost no HD-DVD burners out there anyways since Toshiba is the only one making them, and we all know their quality sucks
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Pocket Lint? LMAO!

Adobe, eh? Cool!
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