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February 7th, 2016
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Marquis to Show New Avid Interplay Cross Platform Workflows at NAB
Marquis Broadcast, experts in content workflows and media integration software, specialise in moving media and metadata. The Company has today announced it will be showing its new Avid Interplay cross platform workflows at NAB 2016 on booth SL8730.
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The 33rd Annual Miami International Film Festival | Full Program Release
Running March 4–13, 2016, Filmmakers from 40 CountriesProudly Exhibit 129 Feature, Documentary, and Short Films
Monica Bellucci, Iciar Bollaín, Gavin Hood,
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Dolby, Adobe & FilmLight Show How To Work With HDR In Post At The January Editors' Lounge
Attendees will get the opportunity to learn hands-on solutions from leading post-production hardware and software companies on how to successfully manage and finish an HDR project.
The Editors’ Lounge returns Friday, January 29th with a special focus on High Dynamic Range in post-production. What is it, why is it important and how is it handled? Attendees will get the opportunity to learn hands-on solutions from leading post-production hardware and software companies on how to successfully manage and finish an HDR project. The event will be held at AlphaDogs Post Production 1612 W. Olive Ave., Suite 200, Burbank, CA 91506 beginning at 6:30 p.m. RSVP is required to attend. http://www.editorslounge.com
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Screenlight, Releases First-ever, Free Marker Importer Add-on For Adobe Premiere Pro
The no-cost marker importer represents the very easiest way for editors to work with client feedback, directly in their Adobe Premiere Pro timeline
Today, Screenlight, an industry-leading video review and approval platform, announces the release of the very first marker importer for Adobe Premiere Pro, a free add-on that significantly levels-up video editors’ ability to hit the creative mark for their clients. By allowing editors to import client feedback directly into their Premiere Pro timeline, this add-on makes the iterative stage of the editing process faster and easier than ever before.
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2016 AICP Show Chairperson Announced
Matt Miller, President and CEO of the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) announced today that Jules Daly, President of RSA Films, will serve as Chairperson of the 2016 AICP Show: The Art & Technique of the American Commercial. The AICP Show is one of the tent-pole events of AICP Week, which also includes the debut of the AICP Next Awards, as well as various educational sessions at the AICP Week Base Camp. AICP Week will take place in New York from June 7, 2016 – June 9, 2016.
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Pro Tools Dock makes its UK show debut at BVE
Visitors to HHB Communications on stand L45 at BVE 2016 will have the opportunity to witness the UK show debut of the compact Avid Pro Tools Dock, a new EUCON control surface that works with iPad and Avid’s free iOS app, Pro Tools Control. At the show, HHB will pair Pro Tools Dock with the 16-fader Pro Tools S3 control surface to demonstrate more powerful mixing workflows.
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Adobe Video Tools Get Rave Reviews at Sundance 2016 Film Festival used Adobe Premiere Pro CC as their primary digital editing software.
Much-Anticipated “Hail, Caesar!” from Universal Pictures, and “Deadpool,” from 20th Century Fox, Cut Using Premiere Pro CC
From independent productions to Hollywood headliners, 51 films debuting at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival used Adobe Premiere Pro CC as their primary digital editing software.
published 2 weeks ago   read more
Calibrated AVC-Intra Create Brings Sony XAVC Encoding to Compressor
Calibrated Software Releases Upgrade to Calibrated AVC-Intra Create That Brings Sony XAVC Intra Encoding to Compressor
published 3 weeks ago   read more
DOLPH LUNDGREN | Juniper Jones crafts new spot for National Geographic's "Brain Games"
Little known fact: Action star Dolph Lundgren is a genius.
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American Society of Cinematographers Nominates Beasts of No Nation, Macbeth and Son of Saul for Spotlight Award
The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has nominated three cinematographers for the 2016 Spotlight Award, which recognizes outstanding cinematography in feature-length projects that are screened at festivals, internationally, or in limited theatrical release. The winner will be announced at the 30th ASC Awards on February 14, at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.
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RSSTUTORIALS:
Adobe Premiere Pro
PluralEyes: Fast & Easy Connections for Video & Audio Clips
PluralEyes: Fast & Easy Connections for Video & Audio ClipsWith the popularity of HD-DSLRs, many shooters are recording sound separately because of the camera’s limitations with audio -- but putting audio and video together in post can be a chore. Longtime spots ace Bill O'Neil has been dealing with this over the past several years , and has found PluralEyes from Red Giant to be fast, easy, and effective. Take a look to see if PluralEyes will help you, too.
Review, Editorial, Feature by Bill O'Neil on 05/20/2015
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro CC's Lumetri Color Tool: Gamechanger
Adobe Premiere Pro CC's Lumetri Color Tool: GamechangerLongtime Creative COW Leader and passionate color grader Walter Biscardi notes that the word "gamechanger" gets thrown around too easily, but for color grading inside an NLE, Adobe Premiere Pro CC's new Lumetri Color Tool, "gamechanger" is the only word that will do.
Feature by Walter Biscardi on 04/09/2015
Adobe Premiere Pro
Misery Loves Comedy: Comedian Kevin Pollak Cuts His Docu
Misery Loves Comedy: Comedian Kevin Pollak Cuts His DocuComedian and actor Kevin Pollak talks about directing and editing his documentary "Misery Loves Comedy", a film that explores the darker side of comedians. After three software lessons from editor (and renowned VFX supervisor) Rob Legato and ten months at the console, Pollak has some new insight about the cross-over between stand-up comedy and editing.
Editorial, Feature, People / Interview by Kylee Peña on 01/23/2015
Adobe Premiere Pro
Purrrfect Videos with Adobe Premiere Clip for Cat Day
Purrrfect Videos with Adobe Premiere Clip for Cat DayThe Premiere Clip app is a great way to get started in shooting, editing and sharing your own videos, and today Adobe is encouraging everyone to sink their claws into a cat video of their own for National Cat Day.
Editorial, Feature by Kylee Peña on 10/29/2014
Adobe Premiere Pro
Gone Girl: Editing a Hollywood Feature with Adobe Premiere
Gone Girl: Editing a Hollywood Feature with Adobe PremiereDavid Fincher's "Gone Girl" is the latest in a series of critically acclaimed films from the director, but it's the first studio feature edited with Adobe Premiere Pro, with a complex post production workflow that includes 6K acquisition and over 200 visual effects completed in house with the help of Dynamic Link and After Effects.
Editorial, Feature, People / Interview by Kylee Peña on 10/18/2014
Adobe Premiere Pro
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
Adobe Premiere Pro
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
Adobe Premiere Pro
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
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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
Adobe Premiere Pro
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




RSSTHREADS:
Video and audio timeline doesn't scroll vertically (see picture)
by Duke Sweden in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
This has been going on for a while now, but the scrolls on the right side of the timeline for video and audio doesn't scroll. I have to reduce the size of my program monitor to be able to see all of my layers, which is starting to get ponderous....
6 hours ago   read more
Re: Premiere Pro and El Capitan: is it safe?
by Andrew Kimery in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
[Adam Levine] "In any event, even if it is limited to mobile chips, how has Adobe not dealt with this yet? Their whole pitch to us for the subscription model was that this stuff would get fixed quickly, not linger. This is not the only bug that has stuck around...
6 hours ago   read more
Re: 4K footage not re-linking as expected.
by Tim Kolb in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Not actually certain what you mean by 'bin clips'... I've seen proxy workflows that simply name the proxy folder 'media' or whatever...do the edit...then change the folder name to 'proxy' and relink to the online folder named 'media'. (or whatever names you want obviously, but the main thing is to...
6 hours ago   read more
Re: Premiere Pro keeps crashing. Could it be cause I'm using mixed media files and not conforming?
by Tim Kolb in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Using mixed media in and of itself should not cause crashing...it may cause performance to be less responsive... Are there particular clips or groups of clips that you tend to be scrubbing/playing when the thing takes a powder? Do you get an error report? Look through it and check if...
6 hours ago   read more
Re: Editing with differents formats, frame rates and resolutions
by Tim Kolb in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I would edit at 1280x720p 23.976fps... The 1920x1080 can be scaled down. I would take the 25 fps material and use 'interpret footage' to get it to play at 24 fps. The audio will pitch down by 4%...but depending on the material, it may not be a problem if there...
7 hours ago   read more
Re: Can't install Premiere Pro, stuck on installing redistributable package 2012
by Tim Kolb in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Are you running McAfee with real-time scanning? If so, turn real-time scanning off and try the install again... TimK, Director, Consultant Video Producer at I-CAR...
7 hours ago   read more
Re: Green Screen grain
by Tim Kolb in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Without understanding how the footage was shot, it's hard to make recommendations on how to handle it in post. Green screen footage is as much or more dependent on how well it was lit/exposed as it is on how it's processed in the keyer. The very fact that you have...
7 hours ago   read more
Re: Apple Livetype like programs in Adobe's suite?
by Tim Kolb in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
There are some free resources for the Titler in PPro...search for 'style4type' and you should come up with the Adobe add-on pages. As far as animation, Chris pretty much covered it. You can use the motion properties to move a Premiere Pro Title around once it's placed in the timeline,...
8 hours ago   read more
Re: DVX DV tape exporting to youtube on Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2016
by Chris Wright in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
yes, i understand what you're saying, but remember its extremely important to remove the telecine 3:2 pulldown before you edit or you'll have spliced-jumped/destroyed 3:2 cadence patterns that can't easily be removed without intelligent software like avisynth. 1. You need to remove the pulldown from the imported tape deck by...
10 hours ago   read more
Re: Premiere Pro and El Capitan: is it safe?
by Adam Levine in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I'm going to go through some of last autumn's threads again, but my impression is that the OpenCL problems are being experienced by people with mobile video cards. I'll report back if I can piece anything together. In any event, even if it is limited to mobile chips, how has...
10 hours ago   read more


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