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Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2015.4) review: Proxies make 4K editing more accessible

There was a time not so long ago when 1080p HD video seemed like a standard for the distant future. Not only has its time already come and gone, but 4K, with four times the resolution of what was once considered “high-definition,” is already giving way to 6K, 8K, and beyond. That’s created a challenge for those in post-production, because CPU and storage access times haven’t advanced at the same pace.
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