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When Will Photoshop & Premiere Elements 9 Be Released?

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26 thoughts on “When Will Photoshop & Premiere Elements 9 Be Released?”

    • Hi fotograf, thanks for your comment and for tossing your hat into the forecasting ring… 9/26 is actually a Sunday and we believe Adobe will want to get the product out sooner rather than later for the back-to-school season, so we’re going to stick with our current estimate for a Photoshop Elements 9 release date of September 22, 2010.

  1. OK proart, that’s great and also helpful, thanks very much for your comment and input. So now we have two votes for Sunday, September 26th, and one for Wednesday, September 22nd. In any event, we’re all pretty close and in the same timeframe, within a week. Do we have other votes?

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    • Hi, thanks for passing that along. Yes, we’ve seen this theory kicking around as well, but it’s a common misconception… Adobe has no such policy on the matter, and it’s just how the past few releases have turned out. If you go back a few years to the earlier history of Photoshop Elements, Adobe released versions for both Windows and Mac for many years, both even and odd numbers.

  2. Note the very large biennial photo show in Cologne (Köln), photokina. Runs from 21 September through 26 September this year.

    26 September would not, then, be such an odd date. I have no specific info, just noting plausibility of the 26th.

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    • Greetings GJL, and thanks for your great observation. You’re right, a big show is always a good catalyst and showcase for a new product announcement – so it would make sense if Adobe announced the next version of Elements in conjunction with a major photography show. photokina is “the world’s leading fair for photography and imaging.”

      Typically when companies do big announcements around tradeshows, they put them on or near the first days of the shows to get the most buzz and life out of the news… By the last days of the shows, there are usually fewer people around and less excitement in the air. That’s what the marketing experts advise, anyway. So arguably that would put more weight towards a possible product release in the September 21-23 timeframe.

  3. Greets from germany,

    for photoshop elements 9, i would prefer full 16bit picture workflow and layer masks – corel paint shop pro can do this for the same price. and of course acr with more activated options (like lightroom). i don´t need puppet warp, but content aware fill is cool and helps to save time.

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    • Hallo Daniel, thank you for your thoughts! Another big question is whether PSE 9 will include native 64-bit support, and possibly come in two versions – 32-bit and 64-bit, similar to how Photoshop CS5 and CS4 have done…

      Of course, Premiere Pro CS5 is already 64-bit-only, so that increases the odds of a 64-bit-capable PRE 9.

      The good news is, if our release estimate is right, we won’t have too much longer to wait to find out for sure.

  4. What would I like to see in Photoshop Elements. I would like to see full 16-bit range for colors. I have an old Canon 6 MB DSLR that does 12-bit files. I bought this in 2004. I would like to do a panoramic with 3 exposures on each view. But in the panoramic tools and in layers, I have to convert to 8-bit mode. This is also true in PSE 8 with the new blend. What is the use of using three exposures if the tool loses 2, 4, or 8 bits in the color? Yes I may reduce the mode to 8 bits for final outputs, but I should not have to do it at the beginning of the process.

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  5. @Jeff
    I found a website where Photoshop Elements 9 is to be announced at Photokina 2010 on 21st September 2010.
    There is some review of what’s new in it.
    They made a mistake, I found it in the Google Cache. It’s not there anymore but PSE 9 is supposed to be released tomorrow !

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