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Old 09-24-2007   #1
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Default Adobe chooses Blu-Ray

I really have no idea what if any impact this will have since I don't use Photoshop but I thought I'd throw it out there.

http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/software/adobe-picks-blu+ray-over-hd-dvd

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As Adobe launches its latest Photoshop and Premiere Elements editions for Windows still $99 each or $149 as a combo there was plenty of talk why it chose Blu-ray over HD DVD, and about the return of a low-end product for the Mac OS aimed to challenge iLife at a moment of vulnerability.

Iampetro also confirmed that only Blu-ray burning would be supported in Premiere Elements, because Adobe didn't think there was enough player support for HD DVD, or as many titles available for it.
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Interesting. This just creates another split in the formats. Those few video companies that actually use PCs to author next gen discs are stuck with Blu-ray when it comes to Adobe. But most of the industry uses a MAC platform and DVD Studio Pro (which supports both Blu-ray and HD DVD authoring). Adobe should probably stick to what it's good at...Photoshop, which luckily has nothing to do with Blu-ray or HD DVD.
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Adobe is POWERFUL on the Mac platform and their Creative Suite (photoshop, Illustrator, page maker etc...) is HUGE. Blu-ray being the chosen format for Apple, is likely a way for Adobe to get more power into the program and perhaps even better copy protection for the latest versions of the software.

Photoshop is used around here A LOT!!!!
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I've always felt the higher storage space of Blu-ray would make it a better choice for the computer world. Hopefully this will pan out (can you guess which camp I am in??)
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All I want to know is, when is The St. Valentine Days Massacre coming out in one of these high definition formats? Jason Robards plays the best Al Capone, in my opinion!!
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Default Re: Adobe chooses Blu-Ray

Wow Adobe is in the Blu-Bed now. Anyhow, I saw that someone said that Adobe is mainly in Photoshop, how's about a .pdf file (hello - remember Acrobat, their bread and butter). Anyhow, I can't imagine why any computer based company would choose HD-DVD as a side since the greater capacity lies with Blu-Ray. Just my 2...........
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