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July 23, 2012

Melbourne Video Track Details

Hi all!

I’m really excited to be in Melbourne for the very first time! Tomorrow is going to be a fantastic day, with a full day’s breakout session around the Pro Video tools. If you’re joining us, don’t worry – you won’t miss Photoshop. We’ll be rejoining the main presentation for the Photoshop demos at the end of the day.

The Schedule looks like this:

8.30am – 9.00am Registration and Showcase Visit
9.00am – 9.45am Welcome and Main Keynote
9.45am – 9.50am Announcement of Video breakout + Exit
9.50am – 10.20am Morning tea break/Partner booth visit
10.20am – 12.00pm Video Breakout – Premiere Pro in-depth
12.00pm – 1.00pm Lunch*
1.00pm – 2.30pm – Production Premium; showcasing the whole workflow.
2.30pm – 3.00pm Coffee Break/ Partner booth visit
3.00pm – 3.30pm Rejoin: Photoshop Tips and Tricks
3.30pm – 4.00pm Top feature Shootout
4.00pm – 4.10pm Closing + Lucky Draw

Register here: http://adoberegoready.com/cs6roadshow/index.php?v=Melbourne

 

Sydney is coming up Thursday! More details here: http://www.adobe.com/au/special/cs6roadshow/?sdid=JYNQE&skwcid=TC|22732|adobe%20cs6%20roadshow||S|b|15120985864

July 23, 2012

New AAF Importer up on Labs.

At Adobe, we believe in the concept of open, unfettered workflows. This means that you should be able to pick and choose between a wide range of tools. While we always strive for creating a world-class series of applications, we also understand that real-world pipelines don’t always use one set of tools from one vendor.

For this reason, Adobe is always striving for better compatibility between our video tools and other applications using exchange formats. In CS6, we included something called Pro Importer AE with After Effects. This featured AAF and XML file import direct into After Effects CS6, with some nice options how to relink files.

In an effort to bring improved support in Premiere Pro CS6, Adobe now has an AAF Importer available for Premiere Pro 6.01, which has a number of improvements to the existing AAF support.

Release notes and downloader here:  http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/aafimport/

Currently, we need testing of this on the Mac platform, and this preview release is only available for Mac Users, but as always, keep checking Labs (and this space) for additional information in the future.

It’s VERY important that we get feedback from real-world users and understand your needs for Avid-Adobe workflows, so if you download this preview, please please please participate in the Labs Forum. The more we hear from you, the better we can make this interop technology work.

Labs forum here:  http://forums.adobe.com/community/labs/aafimport/

July 12, 2012

Testing, 1,2,3… Is this thing on?

I’ve been living in Singapore for over a year now, and still unpacking stuff out of boxes! This blog was hiding at the bottom of my shipping crate – glad to finally get back to jt, and start writing again. stay tuned – lots to say in the coming weeks.

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