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We are thrilled to announce that Premiere Clip 2.0 is now available for download in the App Store. The new release of Premiere Clip includes a number of enhancements to make video editing on the move easier, faster and more fun. Check out all that’s new in the latest release!
New and improved features in Premiere Clip 2.0
- Automatic video creation
- Sync to Music
- Lightroom on Mobile integration
- Improved editing and a new streamlined user interface
Automatic video creation
When creating a new project, you will now have the option for automatic video creation. Select your photos and videos and Premiere Clip will automatically create a video synced to music. You can pick your own soundtrack, choose a different soundtrack start point, adjust the pace of transitions, or re-arrange media, so that in minutes, you have something to share.
Concert film editor captures emotion of live performances with Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Simon Bryant’s love of music comes through loud and clear with his editing of concert and studio footage for films and DVDs. His work covers a range of genres and he’s been lucky to work with many well-known artists including The Rolling Stones, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, and One Direction. Bryant is constantly examining what makes a project successful, both from an editing and a film point of view. One key factor that contributes to his success is working with Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Simon Bryant will be presenting the session “Leading the Eye: Multi-Camera Editing for Some of the World’s Biggest Bands” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Sunday, Sept. 13th at 1:30 pm and 5:00 pm.
Adobe: How did you get into this career?
Creators of innovative display solutions power fan engagement at leading sports venues with help from Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Anywhere
Geraint Williams will be presenting the session Next Generation Global Sports Broadcast with Adobe Anywhere” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Friday, Sept. 11th at 3:30 pm and Saturday, Sept. 12th at 12:30 pm and 4:00 pm.
Since Geraint Williams founded ADI nearly twenty five years ago, the company has grown to become a global pioneer in the creation, management, and distribution of video content and the technology that supports it. The company supports huge events and installations throughout retail and large sports venues, delivering both the infrastructure and the content to entertain and excite audiences. Today, ADI uses a video workflow that includes Adobe Anywhere and Adobe Creative Cloud to connect teams, venues, and partners with their target audiences.
Adobe: Tell us about the importance of content in your business.
Self-taught editor and master educator transitions editors from Avid Media Composer to Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Stefan Weiss will be presenting the session “Streamlining Workflows by Switching from Avid to Adobe Premiere Pro CC” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Friday, Sept. 11th at 1:30 pm and 5:00 pm and Saturday, Sept. 12th at 2:00 pm.
When it comes to non-linear editing (NLE), Stefan Weiss is fearless. He’s worked in both film and broadcast television, and today enjoys editing documentaries on a variety of topics, from airplanes to reincarnation. Weiss balances his editing career with work as a trainer, focusing primarily on teaching others how to successfully switch from Avid Media Composer to Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Weiss is a member of the German Editors Guild (Bundesverband Filmschnitt Editor e.V.) and an Adobe Certified Instructor for Premiere Pro and Adobe Photoshop CC.
Adobe: How did you get your start?
Global VFX studio produces extraordinary motion graphics and visual effects with Adobe Creative Cloud
Will MacNeil will be presenting the session “Creating Stunning Motion Design Experiences with Creative Cloud and Cinema 4D” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Monday, Sept. 14th at 5:00 pm and Tuesday, Sept. 15th at 2:30 pm and in the MAXON stand 7.K30 on Monday, Sept. 14th at 3:00 pm and Tuesday, Sept. 15th at 11:00 am.
This blog was originally posted on September 5, 2014.
MPC is one of the world’s leading visual effects and motion graphics studios, with more than 2,000 employees in eight global offices. The studio’s work includes blockbuster films such as Godzilla, the Harry Potter franchise, and Life of Pi, and advertising campaigns for global brands including Samsung, Ikea, and Visa. MPC works with agencies, production companies, directors, and does some direct-to-brand engagements as well. Senior Motion Graphics Designer Will MacNeil, Marketing Manager Zoe Kent, and Creative Director Dave Haupt explain the role of Adobe Creative Cloud in bringing their visions to life.
Adobe: What is important for us to know about MPC?
Freeskiing and snowboarding tour delivers stunning video straight from the mountainsides of Alaska using Adobe Creative Cloud and Premiere Pro CC
Forget the artificial jumps and groomed slopes of typical skiing and snowboarding venues. Freeriding takes these winter sports back to their roots by challenging athletes to master an all-natural mountain ridge. Competitors start at the summit and must make their way to the finish line, but each athlete must decide on their own route down the mountain. The result is an exciting and unique run every time.
The Swatch Freeride World Tour (FWT) pits top freeskiers and snowboarders from around the world against some of the most beautiful, untouched peaks across Europe and North America. For the 2015 world tour, FWT took its riders somewhere completely new: the mountains near Haines, Alaska. A small town in the Alaska panhandle, Haines boasts undeveloped mountain ranges and Pacific weather conditions that make it an ideal venue for freeriding.
David Arnaud will be presenting the session “Delivering Event Coverage from Remote Destinations with Creative Cloud” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Monday, Sept. 14th at 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm and Tuesday, Sept. 15th at 11:00 am.
Taking up the Alaskan challenge
FWT produces up to 45 hours of raw footage for each stop in the tour, with deliverables ranging from short web clips to hour-long TV digests. Highlights must be released just hours later, giving editors little time to comb through footage and start producing videos. As a result, FWT sets up a video production tent right on the side of the mountain and using a combination of Adobe Prelude CC for logging and ingest and Premiere Pro CC for editing they are able to turn edits around quickly.
Talented editor Vinnie Hobbs applies his own personal style to music video and film projects using Adobe Creative Cloud
Vinnie Hobbs was born and raised in Okinawa, Japan, where his parents work as Instructional Systems Specialists for DoDEA (The Department of Defense Education Activity) on a military installation. He spent his teenage years in Japan shooting skateboard videos and editing with two VCRs connected to each other. These early creative explorations set him on a trajectory to become one of the most talented music video editors in the industry today.
Having worked on projects for artist including Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, and Cheryl Cole, Hobbs recently edited the Kendrick Lamar “Alright” music video, which is the most nominated music video in the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, including a nomination for Video of the Year. Since high school, Adobe Premiere Pro has been Hobbs’ editing program of choice, and he now enjoys working with a range of desktop and mobile apps in Adobe Creative Cloud.
Adobe: How did you start editing music videos?
Top editor brings energy and organization to short-form projects with Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Siân Fever will be presenting the session “How to Make It in Short-Form Video with Premiere Pro CC” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Friday, Sept. 11th at 11:30 am and 2:30 pm and Saturday, Sept. 12th at 10:30 am.
Siân Fever knew that she wanted to work in video production when she was just a teenager. She consumed a steady diet of MTV and gravitated towards behind-the-scenes videos featuring famed music video director Joseph Kahn talking about his work. After hearing raves about it from a fellow Blockbuster employee, she knew her path would involve film school.
Fever studied at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology, the same school attended by alumni such as Adele and Amy Winehouse, and then Bournemouth University before taking her first job at MTV. Throughout her career, she has primarily focused on short-form content, and believes there is a lot to be gained by working in this genre. To help her stay organized, edit quickly, and manage client expectations, Fever uses Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Adobe: What did you do for MTV?
Ultimate indie artist creates shows from start to finish with help from Adobe Creative Cloud
Kylie Flavell will be presenting the session “Creating Shows from Start to Finish with Creative Cloud” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Sunday, September 13th at 10:30 am and 2:30 pm and Monday, September 14th at 10:30 am.
Kylie Flavell has the tenacity and talent to make her dreams come true. When it comes to making her hot travel TV shows, including Hooked Up—which has 1.5 million YouTube viewers per episode—she does it all as host, producer, camera operator, editor, color grader, lighting engineer, sound engineer, post-production specialist, and distributor. To help her accomplish her ambitious goals and fuel her creative freedom and passion, she relies on an Adobe Creative Cloud workflow that includes Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe After Effects CC.
Adobe: Tell us about your background.
Flavell: I’m Australian and worked as a magazine editor and publisher. One day I decided to quit my job and run away to live in Italy. While there are people who say life can’t be like it is in the movies, I say yes it can! My generation is the luckiest ever, because literally all we’re limited by is our imagination, and I take that to the extreme.
“Saturday Night Live” short-film team tackles feature film with help from Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Rhys Thomas and Adam Epstein have worked together for years on the short films for the Saturday Night Live Film Unit—Rhys as the director and producer, Adam as the editor. So when Thomas got the opportunity to direct the feature film Staten Island Summer, Epstein was a natural choice to edit. The film, produced by Lorne Michaels, features many recognizable Saturday Night Live faces. While there are some clear differences between delivering content for a weekly television show and working on a movie, there were many similarities as well. One thing that remained the same was the team’s proven editing workflow, powered by Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Adobe: Let’s start at the beginning—when was the movie shot?