The Premiere 6.01 update provides fixes to known issues in Premiere 6.0. It fixes a problem that affected PAL playback from the timeline and resulted in pixel aspect ratio being incorrectly set. It corrects a problem that prevented DC-30 users from playing from the timeline. While performance is improved, the DC-30 is not a certified board for use with Premiere 6. There are improvements to the ability to play DV from the timeline without dropping frames. Although the ability to play and capture files successfully depends largely on the performance of your computer hardware, Adobe has improved the way Premiere handles files to decrease dependence on hardware performance. There is a correction to difficulties in reading Premiere files with Sony DV Gate. If you use unnumbered markers in the timeline and enter text into the marker properties, you may now use an equal sign without problems. Previously, any text after the equals sign was lost. There is a correction to allow users of RS-422 device control to use the time code offset field when capturing. This field is not applicable to users of DV. There are improvements to preview file management. Premiere will not erroneously delete video preview files when showing/hiding preview files.