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A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

What does it mean to utilize Adobe Anywhere on your project?

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | October 12, 2014

Ever since Adobe Anywhere was announced, editors and producers alike have had questions about how it could and would be utilized. Some were encouraged by the concept of real-time collaboration between editors, while others were skeptical about the logistics of such a process. Our very own Scott... Read More

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Tools and free models for Element 3D

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

By Rich Young | October 09, 2014

Topher Welsh is back with his takes on After Effects, VFX, and motion graphics at VisualFXtuts.

It's also a good time to mention a few related recent products as we're waiting for Element 3D v2.

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Changing the Way You Communicate During the Video Creation Process

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

An interview with Wipster CEO Rollo Wenlock

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | October 09, 2014

There are various review and approval options for video pros out there, but finding the right one is about more than the nuts and bolts. Everyone wants to use something they're going to be comfortable with, but also know that it's going to be both secure and useful for anyone and... Read More

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Everytime: a Project Management App

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

Video is always a remixing of multiple experiences absorbed from around us. Everytime helps to share those with others.

By Jose Antunes | October 09, 2014

Everytime is a project management app for creatives. If you work with videos, sounds or images, it might just be the right tool for you. In the case of video, it makes for an easier understanding of how movies are created, allowing to collect and comment on multiple segments that the production team may use as guidance for their own work.

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Sneak peeks at Adobe Max 2014: Editing, animation, audio, and design

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

Co-hosted by Joseph Gordon-Levitt

By Rich Young | October 08, 2014

In addition to a new family of iOS mobile apps and enhanced Creative Cloud 2014.1 desktop tools, Adobe previewed in-development technologies in sneak peeks at Adobe MAX 2014. 

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Think Tank Photo Releases Quadcopter Divider Kit

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

Think Tank Photo Airport Acelerator bags can now be converted in a customized quadcopter transportation backpack.

By Jose Antunes | October 08, 2014

If your newly bought quadcopter does not fit in your bag, maybe it is time to buy a new bag to carry your quadcopter. Think Tank Photo has a solution with their Think Tank Photo Airport Accelerator Phantom 2 Quadcopter Divider Kit.

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Locking Fonts in Final Cut Pro X

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

This Week on MacBreak Studio

By Mark Spencer | October 08, 2014

Why would you want to "lock" a font?

That's a question we tackle in this week's MacBreak Studio, where I show Steve Martin from Ripple Training how you can do exactly that.

With the integration between Final Cut Pro X and Motion, it is a common scenario for a... Read More

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Blackmagic Announces Firmware 1.9.7 Update

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

Cinema and Pocket Cameras now have in-camera formatting

By Brian Hallett | October 08, 2014

Blackmagic announced today the immediate release of camera firmware 1.9.7 that allows in-camera formatting for the Blackmagic Cinema Camera as well as the Pocket Camera.  This firmware update also includes a new dashboard view with nice big and easy to access buttons.

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HEXO+ Drone Flyes in May 2015

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

The drone that follows and films you was funded in Kickstarter in one hour. In May 2015 the HEXO+ will fly into the market.

By Jose Antunes | October 08, 2014

The Kickstarter campaign was funded in one hour, and in one month the HEXO+ raised  $1,306,920 from a pledged $50,000 goal, from 2236 persons that believed in the idea. The final product will be available in May 2015.

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Know the Pro: Stu Maschwitz

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

We talk Star Wars, the Visual Effects Industry, Video Copilot and all things Red Giant with Stu Maschwitz

By Kevin P. McAuliffe | October 07, 2014

This article series, to be posted once a month, will focus on one person in the Film or Television industry who’s name might not jump out at you right away, but you’ve definitely been influenced by their work.  This month, we’re talking to Visual Effects Guru, and Creative Director of Red Giant Software's Magic Bullet product line, Stu Maschwitz.

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TriCaster Mini from NewTek: a first (but intense) look

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

TriCaster Mini is likely to become the most revered “multicamera studio in a box” in its class.

By Allan Tépper | October 07, 2014

Today NewTek announced TriCaster Mini, the newest member of its TriCaster family of “multicamera studio in a box” products. Frequent readers will recall that I have covered TriCasters in the past, and —full disclosure— have also written several contracted white papers for NewTek, in two languages. Under a non-disclosure agreement, I had a rather intense advanced briefing/discussion about TriCaster Mini with the company, and ahead you’ll see everything I love, plus details I would really like polished in an upcoming software update.

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Videoguys.com Announces Pre-sale and Reservation System for NewTek TriCaster Mini

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

By videoguys.com | October 07, 2014

Videoguys.com Announces Pre-sale and Reservation System for NewTek TriCaster Mini

NewTek Unveils the Most Complete, Compact Multimedia Studio in the World: TriCaster Mini with anticipated delivery dates in mid October

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Video Copilot Element 3D v2 unveiled

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

Updated

By Rich Young | October 06, 2014

Andrew Kramer unveiled new features coming in the long-awaited Video Copilot Element 3D V2, which is compatible with AE CS5+ and promised for November release.

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Epson Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses with the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

A New Experience for Flying/Shooting FPV with HUD on Clear Lenses

By Jeff Foster | October 06, 2014

Unlike typical FPV goggles that basically block out the world around you and force you to only see what the on-board camera sees, the Epson Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses work directly with the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ with the DJI VISION app and the WiFi extender.

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New Creative Cloud and mobile apps at MAX 2014

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

Updated with video and additional detail

By Rich Young | October 06, 2014

Today at Adobe MAX 2014, Adobe released a new family of iOS mobile apps and enhanced Creative Cloud 2014.1 desktop tools that enable creatives to access, use and create from anywhere. Details on what's available today are available from the Creative Cloud Team at Creative Cloud: A New Era of Mobile Creativity.

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Canon 4K Used for New IMAX 3D Film

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

The astronauts at the International Space Station are capturing 4K content for a new IMAX 3D film, The Perfect Planet.

By Jose Antunes | October 06, 2014

Canon Cinema EOS digital cameras and lenses have been selected by IMAX Corporation for a mission that will create material for the film A Perfect Planet, a presentation of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and IMAX Entertainment.

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Adobe releases 2014.1 updates to Creative Cloud video applications

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

Includes new Adobe Premiere Clip mobile app and desktop features born from collaboration with David Fincher’s team on Gone Girl

By Eric Philpott | October 05, 2014

Today at Adobe MAX 2014, the world’s leading creativity conference, Adobe announced the availability of new and updated free mobile apps, like the all-new Adobe Premiere Clip for iOS, as well as 2014.1 updates to the Creative Cloud applications, including all of the video tools: Adobe... Read More

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Mastering a Craft

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

How does a person know when he or she has become a master at something?

By Misha Tenenbaum | October 05, 2014

Editors at every level, from students to established professionals, question their creative abilities.  From one day to the next, their feelings can go from total confidence to utter hopelessness.  One reason for this emotional fluctuation is that editors lack a concrete method of measuring their progress.  Their feelings are usually based on isolated events (e.g., screenings) that can go well or go poorly depending on a variety of factors — some of which they may not be able to control. 

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Reimagining the Way Content is Created

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

Eliminating limitation while enabling collaboration

By George Olver | October 05, 2014

How many times have you been working on a project and found yourself running into logistical or physical limitations? How many times have you known exactly what sort of shot you needed, only it was of a location that was halfway around the world? How many times have you had an... Read More

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The Padcaster Mini is now available

A Q and A with Experienced Adobe Anywhere Users

iPad Mini mediographers now have more frame/case/mount options.

By Allan Tépper | October 04, 2014

Joining the original (larger sized) Padcaster, the new Padcaster Mini is similar, but sized to match Apple’s iPad Mini and iPad Mini Retina. Padcaster Mini’s purpose is to mount the iPad Mini (Retina) on a tripod or other support device, and to mount accessories and lenses. In many prior iOS mediography articles, I have covered the original Padcaster and its closest competitor, the iOgrapher. Ahead you’ll find virtues of each and help you pick the option for your iPad Mini (Retina).

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