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July 26th, 2014
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Leading Colorist chooses Mistika for Sony's TV series “Chosen”
Juan Ignacio Cabrera leads the way with Mistika
Inspiring Los Angeles-based Juan Ignacio Cabrera recently handled the post production for the second and third seasons of "Chosen," the most successful show on Sony's Crackle TV network. Leading colorist Juan Ignacio Cabrera graded the series on a Mistika 4K system from SGO.
published 14 hours ago   read more
IBC2014: Dalet Showcases Innovation in MAM-Driven Workflows and File-Based Tools
With the Resources of Three Technology Platforms at its Disposal, Dalet Offers Advanced Workflow Options and Video Manipulation Solutions
At IBC2014, Dalet Digital Media Systems will affirm its leadership in media asset management with new products that combine comprehensive workflow tools with state-of-the art image processing, transcoding and distribution.
published 1 day ago   read more
AJA Ki Pro Rack Delivers Spot-On Recording for BlueScreen Every Time
Launching a successful business out of a natural talent for compositing, Bob Kertesz founded BlueScreen LLC three decades ago. The company specializes in live, on-set blue/green screen compositing and multi-cam productions for high profile gaming companies and studios such as EA, Disney, Warner Brothers and Viacom. A core component of BlueScreen’s business involves live blue/green screen compositing for press events prior to the launch of major films, and for this niche market, Kertesz has established a specialized setup comprising high-end cameras and Ultimatte® hardware, with AJA’s Ki Pro Rack at the center of the workflow for reliable recording and playback.
published 2 days ago   read more
Oishii Creative Reveals The New Face For E!’s Series Premiere Of “Botched”
Creative Agency Creates Show Open For Plastic Surgery Reality Show
E! continues to solidify its status as the leader in pop culture, raising the bar on each of its creative projects and programming. So for the launch of their latest series, “Botched,” they partnered with creative agency Oishii Creative to create a fresh, current and edgy show package that’s in line with the channel’s new look and attitude.
published 2 days ago   read more
Eyeheight Announces BroadcastSafe Version 1.5 Compliance Plug-ins
Eyeheight announces a major expansion to the capabilities of its BroadcastSafe compliance plug-ins for Avid's Media Composer and Adobe's Premiere Pro post-production software.
published 2 days ago   read more
RE:Vision Effects announces RE:Flex v5 with GPU support for After Effects
RE:Vision Effects, acclaimed effects plug-in industry leader and makers of Academy Award winning software, announces the release of RE:Flex™ version 5 with GPU support for Adobe® After Effects®.
published 2 days ago   read more
TV2000 Deploys Dalet Enterprise MAM for Program Preparation and News Production
Installation Includes Dalet Brio Servers for Ingest and Playout; Single Dalet MAM Platform Unifies Workflows and Integrates Systems, Providing Tools for End-to-End Video News Production, Program Prep and Distribution
Dalet Digital Media Systems, a leading provider of Media Asset Management (MAM) solutions software and services for content producers, announced today that TV2000 has successfully deployed the Dalet News Suite solution for news production, broadcasting and web publication and Dalet Media Life to manage program preparation. The Dalet solutions share the same Dalet MAM platform to manage media and metadata across different workflows, offering task-specific tools tailored to production needs. TV2000 is Italy’s primary television channel for news related to the Pope, the Vatican and the Catholic Church. Newscasts, live magazine-style shows, religious programs and live liturgical services are key elements of the channel’s schedule, which is supplemented with family-oriented and themed movies.
published 4 days ago   read more
Telestream to Announce New File-Based Workflow Automation and Video Processing at IBC
Vantage to Feature New DPP Assembly and Transcoding Capabilities, Automated NLE Templates, Enhanced Transcoding Formats and Cloud Subscriptions; Company Showcases Enhancements to Wirecast and Episode
Telestream® (stand 7.C12), the leading provider of digital media tools and workflow solutions, will use IBC 2014 to showcase transcode support for the latest OTT, IPTV and 4K formats plus enhanced third-party interoperability with leading vendors including Avid, Adobe and Apple. The Company will demonstrate assembly and transcoding capabilities for the UK broadcast industry's Digital Production Partnership (DPP) initiative, and cloud subscriptions for Vantage. Telestream will also showcase enhancements to the Wirecast and Episode applications.
published 4 days ago   read more
Butter Music And Sound Signs Composer Mike MacAllister
Bicoastal music shop Butter Music and Sound has signed Senior Composer/Creative Director Mike MacAllister. Coming to Butter from Human Music & Sound, MacAllister has composed commercials for numerous brands including Xbox, McDonalds, Apple, Google, and the NFL. Career highlights include scribing the “Touch and Feel of Cotton” song, recently performed by Camila Belle, creating the score to the 3D light show during Nike’s kickoff party for Carmelo Anthony’s M8 Sneakers on Pier 54 and the composing the theme for Encore Channel.
published 5 days ago   read more
AlphaDogs Digital Service Station® Provides Alternative Solution For Delivering Content
Getting the Correct Tools in Place to Cover the Plethora of Delivery Specs That Now Exist in Today’s Marketplace While Ensuring Projects are Delivered on Time and Within the Allotted Budgets Can Frustrate Even the Most Seasoned Professional.
Preparation for post-production deliverables is often an overwhelming and tedious experience. Getting the correct tools in place to cover the plethora of delivery specs that now exist in today’s marketplace while ensuring projects are delivered on time and within the allotted budgets can frustrate even the most seasoned professional. Most independent content producers are not given the luxury of owning expensive professional videotape machines, not to mention the insurance required to operate legally. Working with limited production and post-production crews can make the task at hand even more daunting.
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Cooking With Premiere Pro CC on PBS's America's Test Kitchen
Cooking With Premiere Pro CC on PBS's America's Test KitchenAs America's Test Kitchen enters its 15th season on PBS, they've made the switch to Premiere Pro Creative Cloud. Post-production Supervisor and director Herb Sevush has been with the show from the beginning, and confessed some trepidation moving away from FCP 7, but has found it to be a great fit for their data-intensive, increasingly 4K multicam production, and his work with remote editors. Here, Herb offers some insights into both the why and the how of their switch, with special attention to Premiere Pro CC's approach to multicam.
Editorial, Feature by Herb Sevush on 07/21/2014
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Seasoned Film Editor Takes Adobe Premiere Pro CC For a Spin
Seasoned Film Editor Takes Adobe Premiere Pro CC For a SpinCustomizable interface, visual effects integration, and fast rendering time impressed long-time Avid editor and second generation filmmaker, Nicolas de Toth. Nicolas recently enjoyed the opportunity to edit a commercial for MagnaFlow and chose to work with Adobe Premiere Pro for the first time in his career.
Editorial, Feature, People / Interview by Adobe on 11/15/2013
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Premiere Pro CC: 108 Multi-Cam Synched by Audio
Premiere Pro CC: 108 Multi-Cam Synched by AudioIn this tutorial, Andrew Devis looks at the next version of Premiere Pro and shows how it can now automatically synchronise footage in a bin by various options including timecode and AUDIO! Andrew uses multiple clips and allows Premiere Pro to synchronise these clips using audio and shows us in real time how long this process takes based on a 48 min talk and 11 clips! Andrew also goes on to show some of the changes that have taken place in the headers for video and audio tracks as well as a change in how to make multi-cam edits in the up-coming next version of Premiere Pro - valuable information for anyone working with multiple cameras.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 04/13/2013
Adobe Premiere Pro
RE:Match Non-matching Cameras in Premiere Pro
RE:Match Non-matching Cameras in Premiere ProIn this tutorial Andrew Devis demonstrates a relatively new plug-in by RE:Vision Effects called RE:Match and how it can very quickly and accurately deal with the very common problem of non-matching cameras in Premiere Pro. A typical approach to dealing with say a white balance issue would be to apply the fast color corrector and use the white balance picker, but this can be very hit and miss, while RE:Match deals with the whole image using another image or clip as the reference to match too. This very powerful effect can save a great deal of time for an everyday problem and so earn its cost back very quickly as well as giving excellent and fast results. There is another tutorial showing how this effect works in After Effects as there is a slightly different way the two applications deal with reference images.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 04/13/2013
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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 107 Rolling Shutter Repair
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 107 Rolling Shutter RepairIn this final tutorial in this Premiere Pro Basics (CS6 & above) series, Andrew Devis shows how to use the Rolling Shutter Repair effects which deals with the problem of footage from a camera phone or a DSLR (CMOS sensors) which look wobbly or jelly-like when panned quickly. The obvious solution is to avoid fast pans with this type of camera, if possible. However, sometimes you have no choice and then need to clean up the end result to stop your audience from feeling sea-sick! The Rolling Shutter Repair is a very powerful tool to deal with this issue and make sure your footage looks more like you originally intended it to look.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 12/20/2012
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 106 Multi-Camera Work-flow
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 106 Multi-Camera Work-flowIn this tutorial, Andrew Devis goes through the new and improved multi-camera work-flow in Premiere Pro CS6, which includes the option to use as many cameras as your system can cope with! Andrew shows how to use three clips in this tutorial, how to set them up with a synchronizing point and then how to trim footage back into the multi-camera sequence if the synchronizing points weren't in a good place. He then shows how to change between cameras and how to modify the edits created.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 12/20/2012
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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 105 Warp Stabilizer
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 105 Warp StabilizerIn this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the 'Warp Stabilizer' effect in Premiere Pro. This powerful effect can be used to stabilize hand help or shaky footage so that the end result will be smooth motion or even no motion for the clip it is applied to. While being very powerful, the warp stabilizer works best with a good CUDA graphics card so that clips can be played back with the effect applied without the need to render the clips to see updates to any changes made.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 12/20/2012
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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 104 Speech Analysis
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 104 Speech AnalysisIn this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the Speech Analysis function inside of Premiere Pro. Andrew starts by showing how to find and download speech modules for languages other than English US and then goes on to analyze two clips, one with stylized English and one with normal English to show how well Premiere Pro copes. Andrew also shows how you would attach an Adobe Story Script for greater accuracy and also how to use some of the tools to change text once created and then how Premiere Pro is frame perfect for each spoken word in the Source monitor.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 12/20/2012
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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 103 Analyze Content: Find Faces
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 103 Analyze Content: Find FacesIn this tutorial, Andrew Devis explains how to use the 'Find Faces' function in Premiere Pro which can be a useful function to search/filter in the project panel to display only clips showing people. Although a useful function, it does take a while to analyze the clips, so it isn't always a fast solution.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 12/20/2012
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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 102 Video Transitions
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 102 Video TransitionsVideo Transitions vs Video Effects Transitions: In this tutorial, Andrew Devis explains the difference between 'video transitions' and the 'video transitions' category in 'video effects'. Andrew shows how the two work and some of the advantages of using the 'video effects' as opposed to the transitions to create more organic transitions.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 12/20/2012




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mxf file and Looks in Premiere
by Andres Bonilla in the Adobe Premiere Pro basics Forum
When I go edit one of the looks in Premiere I get a cropped version of the footage and the preview looks darker than the actual image. I went to sequence settings after making sequence from clip and everything looks fine. I am working with P2 CARD MXF files. Any...
1 hour ago   read more
How to Remove a Nail on the Wall Behind the Talking Head?
by Alan Knight in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hi, I have footage of a talking head in front of a white wall but there's a big nail or screw in the wall next to the guy which I find very distracting. I'm guessing there must be a way to remove it easily in Premiere since it does not...
3 hours ago   read more
5.1 channel mapping: what center percentage should I use?
by Heath Cozens in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I've been given 6 pre-mixed audio files L, R (music and dialog), C (dialog only) and three dummy files ( LFE,Ls, Rs). Obviously L, R, and C are the only ones that are important here, and this is really a 3- channel mix. The goal is to produce a high...
3 hours ago   read more
Re: metadata for "date created missing"
by Richard Angle in the Adobe Premiere Pro basics Forum
Mike, Could be wrong here but I think the problem with renaming .mts files is that it breaks the link to the embedded mystery files in the AVCHD structure. Which in turn, destroys any connection to the important metadata that is really there that Premiere unfortunately chose to ignore. I've...
3 hours ago   read more
Re: Does CS6 Still Receive Stability Updates?
by Kevin Monahan in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hi Daniel, We have stated in the past that we will only be fixing bugs for Premiere Pro CS6. No new features are to be created. I'm not precisely sure what you mean by "stability updates" but you can see the kind of fixes we've done by inspecting the 6.0.4/6.0.5...
5 hours ago   read more
Re: When do I up-res / up-scale?
by Layne Russell in the Adobe Premiere Pro basics Forum
Thank you so much, Richard! I will check out this tool as soon as I get my edits. I'm still learning how to do that. I apologize for being such a newbie. This is just an area I have never dealt with. I can see how what you have shown...
5 hours ago   read more
Re: Premiere Pro CC 2014 - Combining the Logging of multiple editors into one project
by Andrew Kimery in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
How did you split up the footage (ex. AE gets some days and the lead gets the rest of the days)? How are you logging and notating the footage? Changing file names? Putting info in the "log note" or "description" columns in the Project Window?...
7 hours ago   read more
Re: Trouble opening an Adobe Premiere CS5 file in CC
by Vince Becquiot in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
That would make sense. If the license is in some kind of trial version, you would likely be missing quite a few sequence presets. Vince Becquiot Indigo Live | Kaptis Media San Francisco Bay Area...
7 hours ago   read more
Re: Cross Dissolve in Premier Pro CC 2014
by Michael Ma in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Everything about this change looks like a bug and things we are doing to get around it are workarounds until they make it back the way it was. True, we can double click on it to change the length, drag it, etc, but you can do this will all other...
7 hours ago   read more
Re: Extremely Slow Export
by Lee Schneider in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Andy, Thank you for taking your time to help. I was actually talking about in the timeline. I can color correct a clip and then it shifts in the timeline after rendering. I experimented by taking 2 heavily effected frames in the timeline (color correction, sharpen, Film Convert) and then...
8 hours ago   read more
Re: Multicam - See shots from top video clip
by Andy Edwards in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Ok, now we are on the same page and I have a better understanding of what you need. Couple ways to deal with the "BROLL" aspect of multi cam. 1) Do all your broll after you have completed your your multi cam cut. Then you are focused on just placing...
9 hours ago   read more
Re: Premiere CC - FCP 7 Switcher Questions
by Ryan aqu in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I am also in the process of switching over, but we do a lot of animations with PSD files. In FCP7, I would bring in the PSD and it can open as a sequence (with each layer retaining it's original layer size). But in Premiere CC, I bring it in...
9 hours ago   read more
Re: How to remove "light flicker"
by Craig Kennedy in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Thanks Gary I looked into it, and BORIS FX looks perfect.. but the $900+ price tag for Continuum Complete scares me! Thanks again...
9 hours ago   read more
Premiere Pro CC 2014 - Combining the Logging of multiple editors into one project
by Dustin Bowser in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I've got a documentary project with a ton of material that we are splitting up amongst a Lead Editor and an assistant editor both working on Premiere Pro CC 2014. They both have clones of all the media. The turnaround is quick on this, so we have them each going...
9 hours ago   read more
Re: How does one remember the keyboard shortcuts for all the 3 NLEs ?
by Andrew Kimery in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I used a custom layout in FCP7 and I basically have the same layout in PPro. I use a different layout for Avid because Avid just works differently. Sometimes I'll take a screen shot of the keyboard layout and print that off for reference if I've been away from a...
10 hours ago   read more
Re: Multicam - See shots from top video clip
by Andrew Kimery in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
PPro needs to know which camera you want to monitor so the track targeting is a necessary evil. If you haven't done so already, I'd make the 'clear all video targets' as well as V1 through V4 target selection to keyboard commands to at least easy the pain....
10 hours ago   read more
Re: Premiere projects reverting back
by Harrison Gruber in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Oh my God. How Awful....
10 hours ago   read more
CS 5 to CC
by Harrison Gruber in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hi--If I start a project in CS 5 can I easily open in CC Pro later or will I have to export XMLs. I know you can't go the other way but I heard its pretty smooth going from 5 to CC......
10 hours ago   read more
FCP7 to APP CC: Workflow for Preparing Video for Import into Premiere
by Ian Smith in the Adobe Premiere Pro basics Forum
New Mac Pro (Tube CPU) Storage: 17.5TB External Drobo; Thunderbolt Objective: I'm looking for a good solution for archiving media at my new workstation where multiple editors will need to access and share footage. My biggest concern is the logging process. Everyone on the team needs to be able to...
10 hours ago   read more
Premiere projects reverting back
by dave rawson in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
My finished Premiere Pro (CS6) projects often revert back to unfinished work from several days or weeks back. I close out the finished project, then open it later to find that it appears that it has gone back in history and opened an auto-save project...losing a lot of work. Usually...
10 hours ago   read more
Re: Multicam - See shots from top video clip
by Dustin Parsons in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Sorry, should have explained myself more thoroughly. I have a multicam clip on track V1 and another multicam clip on track V2 and am working in Multicam View in the Program Monitor (the setup looks like Andy's screenshot). The multicam clips on track V2 or V3 are used for b-roll...
11 hours ago   read more
Re: Why is this video "flashing" pixelation?
by Jeff Pulera in the Adobe Premiere Pro basics Forum
Dan, Just use the H.264 > YouTube preset for export and that should work well. As for playback issues, QT player is known to have a gamma-shift issue, Google it. Thanks Jeff Pulera Safe Harbor Computers...
11 hours ago   read more
Re: Trouble opening an Adobe Premiere CS5 file in CC
by Ben Hlavaty in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
No special sequence. Yes, I can access it on CS5 at home, but I wanted to try it out on my new MacPro at work, using Creative Cloud. Take the new toy out for a spin. :) I got a response from Adobe saying it was an activation issue. Trying...
11 hours ago   read more
Re: Multicam - See shots from top video clip
by Andy Edwards in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Are you just stacking clips manually in a sequence and cutting vs. using the Multi-cam tool which will show you all your clips in a Monitor? In the picture example the monitor shows me all 8 cameras in the multi cam sequence. Andy Edwards...
12 hours ago   read more
Re: Multicam - See shots from top video clip
by Paul Neumann in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Flatten your multicam and move it up?...
12 hours ago   read more
Re: Any way to export a shot log from the timeline?
by Christine Cossu in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
did you ever find a solution? I'm in the same boat......
12 hours ago   read more
Re: Generating shot list w/thumbnails
by Christine Cossu in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I'm following this thread to get the same answer... need viable export options for legal submissions during project wrap. Fingers crossed!...
12 hours ago   read more
Re: Why is this video "flashing" pixelation?
by Dan Miraie in the Adobe Premiere Pro basics Forum
Hey Jeff, much thanks for the response! My final destination for the vid is Youtube.. my last vid looked rather obliterated after all was said and done and uploaded to the net.. And yes, a lot of it was based around maxed out neon red and greens with drop-shadows/gradients.. it...
12 hours ago   read more
Re: Extremely Slow Export
by Andy Edwards in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
The shift might be from not setting your sequence previews to the correct setting. If there is a slight mis-match in your settings, the shift can happen when rendering. Are you doing ProRes all the way through to export or are you exporting to H.264 or some other codec? You...
12 hours ago   read more


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