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NYC event tomorrow – still time to register!

The event is happening tomorrow and there will be a lot of fun things going on. If this the first you’re hearing about this digital video event, then click here.  We’ve got partners like Panasonic, Matrox, Maxon, Grid Iron, Blackmagic and AJA among several others.  There will be vendors like MOTU that will be giving a first look at some new hardware. B&H will be there with special one day prices on Adobe Production Premium, so now is a great time to buy.  Zoomin Online will be giving away free training to those who fill out a registration card – who doesn’t want to learn about Photoshop and other Adobe products???  AENY will be there working for other companies, but again a great chance to meet the leaders and learn about the next meeting.  Almost every manufacturer will be talking about what’s new for them and finally there will be a technology preview from Adobe Systems.  This will be a unique chance to get a sneak peak at some of the things Adobe is working on.  If that isn’t exciting, I don’t know what is!  Wait a second, I do know what is more exciting – prizes!  Lots of things to give away at both sessions, so take 4 hours out of your day and choose either the early afternoon or evening slots.  Check out my other post if you’d like to get more information on this event.

Soundbooth with multitrack!

That’s right, you heard it hear (or elsewhere on the blogosphere).

Regardless of how you heard about it, you’ll want to check it out and get it from the Adobe Labs site.  There’s a bunch in there and a lot to explore, so give it a whirl and tell us what you think.

NYC Adobe event update – 5/29

Adobe is extending an open invitation to join us and many other exciting vendors as we recap what went on at NAB. It’s happening on May 29th, near B&H at the New Yorker hotel. Read on to get all of the event details and to register.

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New Mocha AE tutorial available

While After Effects is generally terrific at most things there is always room for improvement (believe it or not).  It’s another reason why I’m always emphasizing the plugins and Adobe ecosystem.  One area that Adobe After Effects is merely okay at is tracking.  Point tracking is good for many things, but if you’re doing corner pinning and perspective, point tracking becomes a bit trickier.

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Adobe Beginner Classes Episode #2 is now live

Finally!  I apologize, but while I’ve had a number of shows done for over a month, the part of posting them is still somewhat of a manual process.  I am sure that it will improve but in the meantime, I’m glad to say that the second installment is up there.

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Newspapers do video too!

…And if you are a newspaper that is looking to create revenue through video online, then you may want to register for this e-seminar on Wednesday, May 7th.

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Design Ideals: B&W + one color = nice!

When you see great design (it never comes from me), it immediately just pops out at you and says, "I’m great design."  It just works that way.

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My new MacBook Pro – an informal review

Getting new computers used to be the coolest thing for a geek, gear infatuated guy.  There’s no doubt that I am spoiled because of working for Adobe. However, the "I can’t wait to unpack it and stay up to midnight to play with it" feeling has long since flown the coop.  So much so, that I waited nearly two weeks before moving over to the latest iteration of Apple’s MacBook Pro laptop.  If you’d like to hear what I like and don’t like about the newest MacBook Pro and Leopard, read on.

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