October 21, 2014

Adobe ‘Gone Girl’ panel: Premiere & After Effects

On October 23, you can join Adobe for a panel discussion with the editorial and post-production team behind the movie Gone Girl from director David Fincher. As you may have heard, the Fincher team leveraged Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects in a workflow based on RED Dragon 6K raw footage files framed in 5K.

There background and related resources at PVC in Adobe ‘Gone Girl’ panel: Premiere & After Effects.


October 10, 2014

Free models & other tools for Element 3D


As we're waiting for Element 3D v2, Topher Welsh collected information on Free models for Element 3D, as well as recent AE scripts in his return to blogging this week.

It's also a good time to mention a few related recent products, and it's all on PVC.

October 6, 2014

Video Copilot Element 3D v2 unveiled

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

Creative Cloud updates and iOS mobile apps


Today at Adobe MAX 2014, Adobe unveiled a new family of iOS mobile apps and enhanced Creative Cloud desktop tools that enable creatives to access, use and create from anywhere. Details on what's available today is noted at PVC in New Creative Cloud and mobile apps at MAX 2014.

The new iOS app Adobe Premiere Clip is pictured below. You can check out an example, of a demo of Project Animal, AE-related tech in general pre-release.

 

October 3, 2014

After Effects World keynote by Andrew Kramer


Andrew Kramer presented the keynote at the 2014 After Effects World conference and made it available on Video Copilot. It was edited using the multi-camera workflow in Premiere Pro CC.

Andrew spoke on demo reels and some keys to becoming a better artist. A few link on demo reels and such were also included at PVC in After Effects World keynote by Andrew Kramer.

October 2, 2014

Premiere Pro News Notes #10

Here's another collection of news on tutorials, tips, and related tools assorted with Adobe Premiere Pro. Things have been a little slower, perhaps in anticipation of a Creative Cloud update, though paywall training courses saw several new releases.

Premiere Pro News Notes #10