Macworld is reporting
that Adobe is planning to bring its digital video editing program (and Final Cut Pro competitor) Premiere back to the Mac in mid-2007. Adobe dropped Premiere for the Mac back in 2003, but is citing Apple's shift to Intel as making possible a completely new Mac version which, like Soundbooth
, will be Intel only. They will apparently be demonstrating the program at Macworld next week.
This is surely good news for dual OS shops and Final Cut Pro users, as a little competition is always a good thing. It's also heartening to see Adobe strengthening it Mac offerings after cutting back over the last few years.