Adobe TV Goes Live

Adobe TV has gone live with streaming video content about all your favorite Adobe applications and technologies. Look for myself and my colleague Rufus Deuchler in Caffé Fibonacci as we cover Creative Suite 3 tips, tricks and related subject matter.

4 Responses to Adobe TV Goes Live

  1. Shellie Hall says:

    I LOVE ADOBE.TV I am glad you worked with xTrain to shoot the studio portions. They are great. I did all my shoot there also. Just say hey Tim!

    Shellie Hall

    [TC: Hi Shellie, yeah, good people with whom to work. They make it easy.]

  2. Mike says:

    I watched the first episode of Caffe Fibonacci yesterday and loved it. I know there’s a second episode available. Do you have a rough schedule of how often new episodes will appear?

    [TC: If they’re well received, I think you’ll see a new one every couple weeks…we’re still finishing up 2 or three. Glad you enjoyed the first one. ]

  3. Great tips and great show, Tim! Just watched it now and I’m really impressed by the high quality of both the tips and the production of the program. I specially enjoyed the touch of Davinci’s helicopter prototype flying in the background 🙂
    By the way, say Ciao to Rufus!

    [TC: Thanks for the note, Eduardo. Watch the window in the 2nd episode…]

  4. Scott Boucher says:

    Every time I go to the Adobe TV URL, it says that I need the Flash 9 Player and asks if I want to install it. I’ve selected “Yes” several times and it seems to download and install but the site doesn’t recognize it. Not sure what’s going on but it’s a bit frustrating. Obviously there are still some bugs in the software.

    [TC: Hmmm…worked fine for me. Try downloading the Adobe Media Player application…it’s a nicer way to view the content anyway.]