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KNOCKING DOWN WORKFLOW ROADBLOCKS WITH CREATIVE SUITE* 5 By Edward J. Correia Images of the Ford Mustang* in this ad were created and provided by the Bandito Brothers studio. TO GAIN THE FULL BENEFIT OF TODAY’S POWERFUL MULTI-CORE SYSTEMS, APPLICATIONS MUST BE CAPABLE OF DIVIDING TASKS INTO MULTIPLE THREADS AND HANDING THEM TO THE OPERATING SYSTEM FOR EXECUTION. Fortunately for fi lmmakers, animators, and other digital content producers, Adobe Creative Suite* 5 has been rewritten for just that purpose, and it can now take full advantage of all 24 threads that a two-processor, six-core Intel® processor-based system can deliver. Bandito Brothers is a Los Angeles-based media company that uses the latest technology to create high-quality audio and visual content. Among its directors is Jacob Rosenberg, a fi lmmaker and author who in 1994 used software from Adobe Systems to build his own video editing system. For more than a decade since, he has been working with Adobe as a senior consultant on the continuing development of its video editing software and has written and hosted numerous Adobe Premiere Pro* training DVDs. Rosenberg, who also serves as the chief technology offi cer of Bandito Brothers, overseeing their Post- Production department, is considered a foremost expert in digital technology and its use in fi lm and video. He spoke with Intel® Visual Adrenaline about how the performance improvements in Creative Suite 5 have helped change the way his company manages its digital workfl ow, including making possible same-day edits and improved post-production processes, which ultimately helped to boost the company’s bottom line. Go to READ THE FULL ARTICLE and learn how the fi lmmakers at Bandito Brothers turn out products faster and more profi table than ever before. Intel does not make any representations or warranties whatsoever regarding quality, reliability, functionality, or compatibility of third-party vendors and their devices. All products, dates, and plans are based on current expectations and subject to change without notice. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. Copyright © 2010. Intel Corporation. All rights reserved

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