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Skateboard legend Danny Way hits the silver screen powered by Adobe video

Long-time Adobe customer and video aficionado Jacob Rosenberg recently made his directorial debut with Waiting for Lightning, an inspiring documentary about one of the world’s most visionary skateboarders, Danny Way. Highlights of Way’s 20+ year career as a professional skater include jumping the Great Wall of China and winning numerous Gold Medals at the X Games. Rosenberg and his team at Bandito Brothers used video technology from Adobe in the making of the film, including Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator.

The movie, dedicated to Way’s amazing life journey, is currently available in select theaters and can be downloaded via iTunes. To learn more about the film and Rosenberg’s experience check out the Waiting for Lightning movie website, or read the behind-the scenes story told by Jacob to ProVideoCoalition and Creative Cow.

Primetime Simulcast Helps Bridge TV and Digital Ads

New-Primetime-LogoToday, from the Cable Show in Boston, the Adobe Video and Ad Solutions team announced several updates to Project Primetime, the industry’s first fully integrated video technology platform to deliver seamless viewing experiences for ad-supported TV content across connected devices. These updates included Primetime Simulcast, Adobe Media Server 5, Access 4 and the next version of Adobe Auditude. Jeremy Helfand, vice president of monetization at Adobe, penned a blog post covering the announcements. To further expand upon the news, Ashley Still, director of product management at Adobe, shot a demo video to visually expand upon the news. Find out more about Project Primetime and all other Video, Gaming and Digital Publishing updates through our Digital Media blog.

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