Lets get the basics out of the way…
That being said, I have to say that I’m REALLY psyched about this recent webinar by Chris Fenwick
Chris is totally honest about the good, the bad and the ugly. He’s very thoughtful and experienced and he’s in the process of switching to Premiere Pro CS5 right now. That’s intriguing in itself and he’s documenting it via his website.
The bottom line is that this guy is passionate like me but he doesn’t work for Adobe! Therefore, I hope, think and believe that he has some credibility where I might not.
The webinar may have a few hiccups in the beginning with audio, but stick it out and it’s a great 50 minutes. Chris is an excellent presenter and he speaks candidly to FCP users and outlines what he likes and why about Premiere Pro.
So, check out the link below and navigate to Day 1 which is recorded. Day 2-4 will also be there as they happen.
If you’re in the Boston area and interested in learning more about Production Premium CS5 as well as one of the best professional videography associations around, then you’ll want to visit Monday night’s NPVA meeting this coming Monday.
I’ll be doing an overview of CS5 for the assembled people and taking questions. I love doing these kinds of things because I can be there to help people get answers to the questions that are really important to them. So, if that’s you, I hope you’ll stop on by. The details are on the link below.
If you’re interested in learning about DSLR workflows, be sure to visit B&H tomorrow to participate in my seminar/class on DSLR work with Adobe Production Premium CS5.
In addition to showing how Premiere Pro and other Adobe applications, my goal is to bring some of the accessories that go with DSLR cameras. I’ll be bringing some rigs for mounting the cameras and talking about what I’ve used and liked.
I look forward to seeing you there!
There have been a lot of FCP editors that have started looking seriously at Premiere Pro and Production Premium as a greater part of their workflow. The performance of Premiere Pro, it’s 64-bit native application, GPU goodness and more have turned some heads.
If you’re one of those people who have been curious about what all the ‘hub-bub’ is about from a FCP perspective, then these webinars are for you! Read on for the details and line up from industry experts!
To me this is big news. I imagine the paper boy yelling, “Get you’re news here! Audition comes to the Macintosh! Read all about it!” Okay, perhaps that’s dating myself, but a little nostalgia never hurt anyone!
Yesterday, Adobe posted a beta version of Audition to the site and if you’re a Mac fan, I hope you’ll take the time to download it, give it a try and tell us what you think. Bringing Audition to the Mac was the #1 feature request of users and as we’ve been making a huge effort to make all of our core applications cross-platform, this is a huge announcement.