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    Hello everybody

    I am in colloge in canda Our instructor said to work on Mac computers and really I don't have so
    I want to know if I worked on Adobe Premiere CS5 on windows 7
    then I exported From Apple(Mac) computers would she notice or no ?
    She said to us to work on Mac cause it make better quality for video so?

  • #2
    I've never tried this, but I'm pretty sure there is not anything that will say, "Made on a PC" in your file.

    However, there could be differences in versions of the software on each platform. If you are using licensed copies of CS5 on both, the differences should not be apparent.

    Beyond that, your mileage may vary.

    debe

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    • #3
      Whatever you use, however you make it, the end result is what matters.
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      • #4
        Thx for replaying but I need a final answer would she discover that I used PC and exported on MAC(apple)?

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        • #5
          I don't understand what you mean by "exported on Mac." What exactly do you mean by that, exporting an EDL from the PC to Final Cut, or what?
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          • #6
            here are the hole situation

            I study in college in Canda

            for some reasons Our instructor said we must work On apple computers (Mac) Not PC(windows 7 or etc.)

            So I finished what I want then I get my work(which I have done on PC windows) and put it on apple computers then I export at apple computer( Media-QuickTime)
            So all what I need to know if she will know I worked on my home computer or no ?

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            • #7
              Adobe Premiere is not exclusive to the PC, it also runs on a Mac and as far as I know there is nothing immediately identifiable between the application on one platform or the other. Contrary to this if the instructor is expecting you to use Final Cut Pro, which is Mac exclusive and you are using Premiere on a PC, there MIGHT be certain elements that COULD be apparent but as far as basic editing goes, standard transitions, etc., I don't think there should be an issue. What is the class specifically? What is it you're supposed to be learning?
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