Adobe TV has just updated their website and with all the changes, it’s a great time for me to shamelessly mention the best show on there for video, especially After Effects: Adobe Beginner Classes! Be sure to add me to your library and also do a roll over on the episode #’s to get a description of what you’ll get. I’ll be looking to change up the episodes names soon to be more descriptive. Regardless, give it a look and don’t forget about the Adobe Media Player as well.
Hearst Television has selected Adobe Systems to help provide next generation tapeless solutions for generating newscasts. Here’s the press release
This is big for so many reasons. It’s big because it continues to validate Adobe Systems in broadcast, and I’m NOT talking about After Effects or Photoshop. It’s big because it is another real world customer that is giving input into Adobe on how to make their products better which we all benefit from.
One of the things that Adobe has been really focusing on over the last couple of cycles is metadata. Metadata describes what’s in a piece of content. This makes it easier for content publishers to connect their content with content viewers. This means more revenue. What’s the biggest piece of metadata that is being thrown away in commercials, films and the like? The script of course…
September is officially upon us and as I write this, we’re starting to see slightly cooler weather. However, we’ll see some hot stuff at HD Expo in New York on September 17th. It’s a one day show, compact, educational and of course located near B&H in case you have to start purchasing things immediately!