RSS

Pro Video Coalition

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Airline’s in-house video team uses Adobe Creative Cloud to tell stories that engage and inspire crewmembers and customers

By Meagan Keane | July 15, 2014

JetBlue Airways began flying in 2000 with a promise “to bring humanity back to air travel.”  That commitment is the backbone of the airline’s external brand, as well as its internal culture; JetBlue’s workers are “crewmembers,” whether they’re... Read More

0 Comments

Inexpensive balanced XLR lavalier microphone test

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Can you really get a pair of balanced XLR lavalier mics for under US$100?

By Allan Tépper | July 15, 2014

If you have ever priced lavalier microphones with balanced XLR connections, you know that they typically cost upwards of US$150 each, and sometimes can cost more than double that price. However, my friend María found a package deal where she was able to receive not one, but two balanced XLR lavalier microphones for well under US$100, which means that each mic cost less than US$50. Ahead you’ll get to hear four recorded tests and make your own conclusion about the quality.

Read More

1 Comments

Finder Logging for Final Cut Pro X

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

This Week on MacBreak Studio

By Mark Spencer | July 15, 2014

I can log my footage in the Finder?

Yes, that is now possible thanks to a new feature in the 10.1.2 update to Final Cut Pro X which imports Finder Tags as keyword collections.

In Mavericks, you can now assign metadata to any file in the Finder with Finder Tags - an... Read More

1 Comments

Inventing the non-linear edit suite

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

How five different products were created from five different philosophies

By ChrisZwar | July 15, 2014

If you're developing a groundbreaking new product, where do you start?  The desktop video revolution was driven by the emergence of non-linear editing systems running on home computers, but adapting them for video production was a gradual process.  The products that were being... Read More

2 Comments

Once in a lifetime experience in Brazil

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

By Dave McGavran | July 14, 2014

As a senior engineering manager at Adobe, I’ve been very lucky to visit broadcasters, post houses, and other customers all around the world. I really appreciate learning about how customers use our products and what types of content they produce. Getting to know the people and the... Read More

0 Comments

Rampant Design’s 4K Flares

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Working in a 4K environment

By Brian Hallett | July 14, 2014

Rampant Design moves into the 4K fray with their new 4K and 5K flares and smoke effects.  Designed as easy to use drag and drop effects for editors, motion/visual effects creatives.

Read More

0 Comments

Advertisement

Premiere Pro World Conference: Robbie Carman

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

A 60-Second Premiere Pro Tip

By Bruce A Johnson | July 13, 2014

Robbie Carman is an editor who operates Amigo Media. Here's his favorite 60-second Premiere Pro tip.

 

 

Read More

0 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Luisa Winters

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

A 60-Second Premiere Pro Tip

By Bruce A Johnson | July 13, 2014

Luisa Winters is an editor and clinician from the East Coast of the USA.  Here is her favorite 60-second Premiere Pro tip.

 

 

Read More

0 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Eran Stern

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

A 60-Second Premiere Pro Tip

By Bruce A Johnson | July 13, 2014

Eran Stern is a special effects artist from Israel.  Here's his favorite quick Premiere Pro tip.

 

 

Read More

0 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Jeff Greenberg

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

A 60-Second Premiere Pro Tip

By Bruce A Johnson | July 13, 2014

Jeff Greenberg is a well-known author and Adobe clinician.  Here's his favorite quick Premiere Pro tip. After you watch this one, click here to find TWENTY more.  Thanks Jeff!

 

 

Read More

0 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Gary Adcock

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

A 60-Second Premiere Pro Tip

By Bruce A Johnson | July 13, 2014

Gary Adcock is a director, editor and DIT operating out of his company Studio 37 in Chicago.  Here is one of the things he loves about Adobe Premiere Pro.

 

 

Read More

0 Comments

Useful Tools for Editors - Been a Long Time Edition

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Rejoice in small software developers!

By Scott Simmons | July 13, 2014

It’s been a long time, been a long time, been a long lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely time since we last had a Useful Tools for Editors roundup. Let’s jump into it with a long list of stand-alone applications, tools and items that support many different other tools and workflows. They all have one thing in common which we’ll discuss at the end of the post.

Read More

1 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Jarle Leirpoll

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

A 60-Second Premiere Pro Tip

By Bruce A Johnson | July 12, 2014

Jarle Lierpoll is an extremely successful shooter and editor from Norway.  Here are his best quick tips on managing audio in Adobe Premiere Pro.

 

 

Read More

0 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Rich Harrington

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

A 60-Second Premiere Pro Tip

By Bruce A Johnson | July 12, 2014

Rich Harrington is one of the best-known clinicians on Adobe products.  Here is his best one-minute tip on using Premiere Pro to it's fullest.

 

 

Read More

0 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Adam Epstein

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Editor, Saturday Night Live Film Unit

By Bruce A Johnson | July 12, 2014

Adam Epstein of the Saturday Night Live Film Unit just gave a informative and hilarious keynote speech to the 120+ participants at Premiere Pro World Conference.  I grabbed him after the show to ask him: Why Premiere Pro?

 

 

Read More

0 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Gone Girl

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Impressive!

By Bruce A Johnson | July 12, 2014

One of the announcements made at the Adobe headquarters included several fimmakers that have switched to Adobe tools, including the Coen brothers and David Fincher.  The entirety of his latest film, Gone Girl, was created with Adobe tools.  And the trailer looks really, well,... Read More

0 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: The History of Premiere Pro

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

It used to be named Hitchcock...

By Bruce A Johnson | July 11, 2014

If you have ever edited on Premiere Pro or its predecessors, these pictures will take you back!

1991: This is the editing interface of Premiere 1.0, which was originally only a Mac program.  Three video tracks, three audio tracks, 160x120 resolution...who could ask for... Read More

1 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Rob Ing

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Never looked back.

By Bruce A Johnson | July 11, 2014

Visiting from our northern neighbor, Rob Ing tells us about how he came to edit on Adobe Premiere Pro.

 

 

 

Read More

0 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Kirk Johnson

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Jimmy Kimmel on gas pumps?

By Bruce A Johnson | July 11, 2014

Next up is Kirk Johnson, who edits promos for ABC-TV in Los Angeles.

 

 

 

 

 

Read More

0 Comments

Premiere Pro World Conference: Al Mooney

Top-flight videos fuel the JetBlue brand

Pay attention - he's the boss!

By Bruce A Johnson | July 11, 2014

I took some time out of the (TOTALLY AWESOME) sessions at the Adobe headquarters on Friday to grab quick interviews with several folks.  First up is Al Mooney, the Premiere Pro product manager.

 

 

Read More

0 Comments