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Premiere Pro World Conference: Al Mooney

Premiere Pro World Conference: Al Mooney

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.

 

 

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New icons for all of those different Adobe Creative Cloud Apps

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Well for After Effects and Premiere Pro really but you can make more

By Scott Simmons | July 11, 2014

If you updated your Adobe Creative Cloud apps a few weeks ago then you might have noticed it didn’t really update the apps at all. Rather you got brand new 2014 versions of the CC apps like Premiere Pro in your applications folder. You may have noticed those app icons look the same. Never fear the Internet is here to help with that first world problem.

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Free Webinar: UAV’s, Green Screens and Post

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The PVC Experts & Answers Series webinar will be held Thursday, July 31; Sponsored by Optical Cables by Corning

By PVC News Staff | July 11, 2014

Production and post-production pros  can acquire some free advice and insight from an industry expert in an upcoming webinar presented by ProVideo Coalition, the leading online news resource for video professionals. The webinar, set for Thursday, July 31 at 11:00am PST;  titled... Read More

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Greetings from the Premiere Pro World Conference!

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There's just too much good stuff to see...

By Bruce A Johnson | July 10, 2014

Howdy from San Jose!  I've traveled from the great Midwest out to California to attend the inaugural Premiere Pro World Conference.  The three-and-a-half day event actually started this afternoon with warmup sessions by luminaties including Eran Stern, Jeff Greenberg, Rich... Read More

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Canon DPP4: Only for Full Frame DSLRs

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Canon's new DPP software, the first supporting video, is not for all Canon users, only for those using Full Frame.

By Jose Antunes | July 10, 2014

It may be a technical requirement, or it may be a marketing decision. For the first time the FREE Canon Digital Photo Professional is not available for all DSLR users (and other Canon users) but only for those that have a full frame DSLR and can show it. This means that the first Canon DPP with video playback support is not for all owners of Canon cameras.

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Colour Studio Uruguay Shoots and Scores in Post Production

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By PVC News Staff | July 10, 2014

As the first post-production boutique in Uruguay, Colour Studio is much like their football (soccer) star Luis Suarez – up and running hard and fast (but fortunately they don’t bite!). After only two+ months of opening the doors, founders and colorists German Nocella and Daff... Read More

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Color Grading for the Masses

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Adjusting color in your video footage does not always have to cost hundreds of dollars. ColorDirector 2 is a good example.

By Jose Antunes | July 09, 2014

Color Grading is an advanced video editing technique used by all professional film makers to inject mood and energy into productions. Color Grading was, in the past, almost a science practiced by a few selected, but in fact, these days, it is accessible to almost anyone, either through specific programs or with plugins that extend functionalities of popular NLEs.

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Adobe Premiere Pro and the evolution of the NLE

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Interview with product manager Al Mooney

By Eric Philpott | July 09, 2014

Al Mooney, senior product manager for Adobe Premiere Pro, has a long history in digital video editing and has played his part in the evolution of the NLE. Mooney grew up in the Southwest of England and studied music and sound recording at the University of Surrey. Starting out as a broadcast... Read More

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Using CycoreFX plug-ins in Premiere Pro and After Effects

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By Rich Young | July 09, 2014

Over the last several years a few users have experimented with using CycoreFX ("CC") plug-ins built into After Effects inside of Premiere Pro. The current version that ships with AE, the only supported host app for the product, is CycoreFX HD (AE Bundle Only). CS6 saw an upgrade of dozens of the effects to 16-bpc and 32-bpc color depth.

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After Effects Menu Command ID’s

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AE menu command id listing

By David Torno | July 08, 2014

 

Update: AECC2014_MenuIDs_v1_0.pdf released 7/29/14

So for awhile now, many After Effects community members have been using After Effects menu command id's in their ExtendScript scripts. Some compare the numbers against the text version of a menu command,... Read More

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Thinking About Extras

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By Arthur Vincie | July 08, 2014

This happens a lot: I’m budgeting a script and I get to this crowded street scene, or a basketball game, or a really killer dance set piece.  I figure out as best I can how many extras are needed, and budget all the related costs accordingly.  Then I present the budget to the producer and she’s horrified.  “One hundred thousand for extras?  What the hell?”

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Renaming and Relinking Files in Final Cut Pro X

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This Week on MacBreak Studio

By Mark Spencer | July 08, 2014

 

 

Keep your filenames - and find them more easily.

This week on MacBreak Studio, Steve and Mark from Ripple Training continue their exploration of the new features in the 10.1.2 update to Final Cut Pro X. Today, they explore two improvements:... Read More

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Being a Videographer in Virtual Worlds

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Creating a Space Simulation video is easy with the tools available to videographers. Let me take you into a virtual world!

By Jose Antunes | July 08, 2014

I continue to test PowerDirector 12 as an option to edit my videos, and this is a new article about the program and what I am doing with it. It is also a mix of different technologies in use, from nVidia's ShadowPlay to a PC game that will be launched this year, Elite: Dangerous, from Frontier, so I thought this may interest some readers.

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After Effects Icons

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Free AE Application Icons

By David Torno | July 07, 2014

Update: 07/08/14 Added AE 7 just for fun

Random post this week. I wanted to share some application icons for After Effects. I made these mostly for my ridiculous laptop that is running AE versions as far back as CS3 AE7. Being that the Adobe included icons are simple in... Read More

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3D Technology Revolutionizes Advertising and Distribution for Everyone

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An in-depth interview about how developments in 3D are impacting the way we produce and consume content

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | July 07, 2014

San Francisco-based DMAX Imaging creates high-end visualizations and animations for leaders in design and innovation such as Beats, Mini and Nest. Founded by three partners who wanted to reinvent the prepress experience, DMAX focuses on meeting customer needs instead of selling a particular... Read More

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Brian Hallett’s New Channel: In Focus

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With permanent links to everything I've published on PVC

By Brian Hallett | July 07, 2014

I've been contributing to various production/post-production channels on the PVC Exclusive channel for awhile now, but my new channel, "In Focus" is where you'll be able to find new articles from me moving forward. Below are the links to everything I've published on the Exclusive... Read More

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The Consolidation of Media & Entertainment - A PVC Roundtable Discussion

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Are we witnessing the end of an era or the beginning of a new one?

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | July 06, 2014

AJA Raw Workflow, from the AJA website

 

Mergers and acquisitions have been part of the way businesses have operated for centuries, but the incredible pace of technology makes these sorts of transactions more powerful than ever. That's especially true in the media... Read More

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Lightworks: a Professional Editor for Free

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The Non-Linear Editor from EditShare for Mac, Windows and Linux, has a free version for users that only need to work at 720p.

By Jose Antunes | July 03, 2014

A non-linear editor system praised by many of Hollywood's top names, Lightworks is not on the top list of video editors, but that does not stop the creators from investing in a program that is popular in Windows and now can claim to be the first offering versions for Mac, Windows and Linux. Furthermore, there are recent public beta versions of the program to download, for the different platforms. So, why not give it a try?

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Videoguys’ Guide to HP Z Workstations:  The Video Editors Best Choice

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The Pros are Moving from Mac to Z

By videoguys.com | July 02, 2014

When it comes to choosing a workstation that delivers uncompromising performance, there’s simply no contest. Take it from experienced pros like Rob Legato, Jonathan Bird, Devin Super Tramp and the techs at Videoguys.com.

Videoguys.com recommends the HP z Workstations. HP uses... Read More

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The Library Inspector in Final Cut Pro 10.1.2

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This Week on MacBreak Studio

By Mark Spencer | July 01, 2014

Last week Apple released its 12th update to Final Cut Pro X since its release 3 years ago.

This 10.1.2 update includes a variety of workflow improvements which we covered in detail in this PVC article. Over the next few weeks we'll be discussing these changes here on... Read More

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