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Adobe promotes the PC over the Mac

It seems that the company wants to promote the PC platform to the detriment of the Mac platform, mainly due to the speed of the processors.

Adobe has added a new page (http://www.adobe.com/motion/pcpreferred.html), in which it promotes the use of the PC over the Mac. “In July 2002, an article in Digital Producer Magazine, Charlie White made a comparison between a Mac and a PC, a Dell with Pentium IV at 2.53 GHz versus a 1 GHz PowerMac Dual. This test compares the renderings made with After Effects, Illustrator and Photoshop, which are the programs Most used for video post-production. The final impression was that both machines did not have the same performance in this regard.”

Source: MacMinute.

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