Microsoft has teamed up with the makers of Adobe Premiere to release a free editing software called Hammer for Adobe.
The two companies have teamed up on Adobe Premiere Pro CC, which has been free to use since December, but Adobe says that Hammer is still part of the Adobe software suite and that users can still download and install it.
Hammer is a professional editing software suite for professionals that offers an array of features that will help you edit and share your work in the most efficient way possible.
Microsoft’s Hammer software has a feature called Premiere Pro Mode that lets you change the appearance of the editing tools in a range of different ways.
In addition to the features offered in Hammer, Microsoft is also working with the Adobe Premiere team to bring other editing features to Premiere Pro.
For example, Microsoft’s own Premiere CC is getting a new feature called the Quick Time Stabilizer.
The Quick Time stabilizer gives you a quick preview of the timeline that’s being edited, so you can quickly edit it without losing your track.
In addition, Adobe’s new Quick Time Sync lets you sync your editing to your PC and share the edits you’ve made with others.
Microsoft is also releasing new features for Adobe’s Premiere CC, such as the ability to set your timeline to have a white border around the clip, as well as the option to disable auto-switching in Premiere.
The latter feature was previously disabled in Adobe Premiere’s default mode.
Hammer also offers more editing options and more advanced features that Adobe is not releasing yet, such a new Timeline Filter that allows you to apply a filter to specific clips, which can be used to make your edits even more precise.
The Microsoft and Adobe collaboration will bring a new suite of tools to Adobe Premiere.
Hammer has been a staple in the editing software world for a while now, but it has never had a chance to make a splash with the mainstream consumer audience.
Microsoft and Creative Cloud are finally bringing a free and open software tool to Premiere CC that will make editing in Adobe’s own editing software more accessible to users who want to jump into the world of professional video editing.