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March 28, 2011 /Region of Interest /

Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects teams at NAB

We’re gearing up for a big show at NAB 2011 and Post|Production World, and we hope to see you there.

I’m especially anticipating the Post|Production World Conference. I learn a lot there each year… and this year I’m teaching a couple of sessions, too:

Here’s a complete schedule for Post|Production World Conference sessions. You’ll notice that my sessions are in direct competition with those of such luminaries as Angie Taylor and Chris and Trish Meyer. I won’t blame you if you go to their sessions instead. I’m also really looking forward to sessions by Luisa Winters, Alex Lindsay, and Richard Harrington. I feel like a kid in a candy store when I look at the schedule full of so many great teachers and subjects.

Speaking of things that I learn a lot from each year: I’ll be one of the folks answering questions at the “Ask the Expert” station at the Adobe booth again this year. Come by with questions, or just come by to say “howdy”. We’ll be in the South Hall.

We’ll be doing a lot more than answering questions in the booth. We’ll also be showing off all of our professional digital video and audio applications, including some new things. For example, we’ll be showing Adobe Premiere Pro working with broadcast partner offerings, such as ENPS. We’ll also be showing stereoscopic 3D editing workflows using Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. Theater presentations will be going on all day, every day, featuring workflows using Adobe software in productions like Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Monsters, and HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. Stop by the booth and pick up a show schedule.

If you click this link to go to the NAB registration site, your checkout will include a promotional code that provides a $100 discount, which you can apply to Post|Production World Conference sessions.

Whether or not you’re going to NAB this year, you can keep track of what’s going on by following the Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition teams on Facebook and/or Twitter, as well as by subscribing to the team blogs. We’ll be posting a lot of news and information the week of the event (and after that). If you’re going to be tweeting about Adobe stuff at NAB, use the hashtag #AdobeNAB to take part in the big conversation.

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