Posts tagged "Premiere"

April 24, 2013

NAB 2013: What’s new in Premiere Pro

Here’s a video my buddy Ryan Brown (Indie Film Maker – http://blog.iamfilmguy.com/) shot in our booth. He’s got a great shooting style when it comes to shoot these types of “run and gun” videos.

In this video I give you a few of my favorite features that made the cut in the next version of Premiere Pro (2013). The features that I’m showing all came from end user requests via our Product Improvement Program under the Help Menu. Engineering really came through on this version and made over 200 changes without disrupting our current interface – no easy task. I’ll be posting more of those features shortly.

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July 23, 2012

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Partner Panels featuring Pond5

In this video you’ll get a chance to see how adding an Adobe Partner Panel can add additional features to your Adobe applications. I’ve selected Pond 5 as a featured partner to show this off. You’ll be able to quickly add clips to your Project Bin directly within Premiere Pro CS6. Pond5 is free to sign up and start using. You’ll have the option to purchase the HiRes versions of the clips once see how they work in your existing project. It’s an excellent workflow and a great way to add clips to any project. Here’s the link to get the free plug-in for Premiere Pro CS6: www. pond5.com/adobe

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May 11, 2012

Native Camera workflow guides & Top 10 Reasons to Switch to Premiere Pro CS6

I’ve been getting a lot questions on native camera workflows and we have created a set of guides based on camera manufacture. This is not a complete list of what we support but a great starting point for new users. Also keep in mind that Cameras like the awesome new GoPro Hero2 and other H264 devices (iOS/Android cameras) also work without issue- Just import and edit. You will notice a very cool new CS6 feature when adding a clip to a new Sequence – it will now check to see if the Sequence settings match the clip and if it does not match , it will offer to change the settings if it’s the first clip brought into the timeline. While not a new feature for other NLEs, it’s new for Premiere Pro CS6. We also have new support for ARRI RAW as well.

Camera workflow guides
RED:
http://bit.ly/K72Ih1
DSLR:
http://bit.ly/IIwNCh
XDCAM:
http://bit.ly/K72MNW
Canon:
http://bit.ly/KErmR7
P2:
http://bit.ly/KATgnl
AVCCAM:
http://bit.ly/L5r1JX
JVC:
http://bit.ly/IH2f01

Top 10 Reasons to Switch

http://bit.ly/J9RZQb

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