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- What's new in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
The Adobe Mercury Transmit feature enables third-party capture cards to plug
directly in to the performance of the Mercury Playback Engine. The feature gives
- Adobe Premiere Pro Help | About effects
Information about whether a clip can be processed by the CUDA hardware
acceleration portion of the Mercury Playback Engine depends on the dimensions
- Adobe Premiere Pro * What's new (CS5.5)
Mercury Engine Performance Gains: New GPU-accelerated features include
speed changes, footage interpretation options, field-order processing, and video
- Adobe Premiere Pro * What's new (CS5)
The Mercury Playback Engine delivers native 64-bit support, GPU acceleration,
and other performance and stability improvements. Open projects faster, refine ...
- Adobe Premiere Pro Help | Creating and changing projects
If a qualified CUDA card is installed, the choice for hardware rendering and
playback with the Mercury Playback Engine will be enabled. For more
- New features in Premiere Pro CC June 2013 release (version 7.0)
You can assign a keyboard shortcut to toggle video preview through Mercury
Transmit on and off. To do so, select Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts. In the Keyboards
- What's New in Adobe Premiere Pro CC June 2013 release (version ...
IMPORTANT: Apart from the features listed in this article, the Premiere Pro CC
June release includes several useful features that help you be more productive ...
- Adobe Premiere Pro Help | Preferences
If a third-party capture card is installed, click the Settings button to daccess the
Mercury Transmit dialog box for video formats, and pixel formats. A checkbox is ...