“Edit your way faster with Premiere Pro CS6” with Al Mooney, seminar recording and notes
Recently, Premiere Pro product manager Al Mooney presented a seminar introducing improvements in Premiere Pro CS6.
This seminar was recorded before Premiere Pro CS6 was available. Premiere Pro CS6 is now available, as are other professional video and audio applications in Creative Suite 6 Production Premium, including Adobe Prelude and SpeedGrade. You can order CS6 Production Premium now … or try it free for 30 days.
For details of all that’s new and changed in Premiere Pro CS6, see this page.
Al covered a lot of useful and interesting material, both in the main presentation and in the question-and-answer segment at the end.
Here’s a brief outline of what Al talked about, as well as some links to more information about each subject:
some components of Creative Suite and Creative Cloud other than Premiere Pro
Mercury Playback Engine and performance
- OpenCL in Premiere Pro CS6
- details of CUDA, OpenCL, and the Mercury Playback Engine
- red, yellow, and green render bars and rendering previews
user interface redesign, concentration on media
- full-screen cinema mode
- hover scrubbing and other changes in the Media Browser and Project panels
- button editor and other changes in Source Monitor, Program Monitor, and Timeline panels
- keyboard shortcut changes
- dynamic trimming and improved keyboard trimming, including JKL trimming
- uninterrupted playback (“don’t stop playback”) and effects
- multi-camera editing improvements
- matching sequence settings to a clip
- Warp Stabilizer effect
- redesigned Three-Way Color Corrector effect
- adjustment layers
- Rolling Shutter Repair effect
miscellaneous and Q&A