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key Premiere Pro, originally released in 2002, is the first professional version of Adobe's popular InDesign program. It can be used for a wide variety of tasks, including photo retouching, video editing, web design, and much more. It's aimed at professional designers, not just individual users. Photoshop is focused more on "home" or individual users, but has a slew of features to enhance the power of InDesign. The problem is, if you own Premiere Pro and Photoshop, you'll find it's hard to do both things at the same time, especially when it comes to multi-tasking and the different layers. Adobe has since released an updated version, 9.0.0, which improved many things. This update is offered to Adobe Creative Cloud subscribers as a one-time payment or annual fee, depending on your subscription plan. You can get up to 90 days of trial access for just $19.00 by signing up. While other programs offer much less multi-tasking or working on multiple files, Premiere Pro is the only program that is specifically designed for this. Photoshop works great for one thing, but if you want to do something that is too complex, or just plain hard, Photoshop won't be the best option. With Premiere Pro, you can take an entire project and build it up from start to finish without compromising quality. It's not perfect, but it's a terrific option if you need multiple tools. If you work on videos, you'll find that you can do much more with it than with Photoshop. You can even create and render your own video right inside of the program. InDesign is a powerhouse for print, but this is probably the first time you've heard of it for video. You can even add in some VSTS or Audiomachine Pro to add dynamic audio to your videos. Adobe also offers an easy way to export videos with their free Vegas plug-in. Adobe Premiere Pro 9 Version 9 of Premiere Pro has a variety of upgrades that have been built into the program. Some things have stayed pretty much the same, such as the navigation. The program is still organized by type of editing, such as video, text, and still images. When you're ready to make a change, you can easily make it on a single layer. We liked the new live pan and zoom tool, which works great on the touch bar. It even responds to a swipe, too, which is an added touch.