Sunday, April 15, 2012

More on Adobe CS6

Premiere Pro, After Effects and Audition CS6 FAQ and Highlights | ProDesignTools
Some interesting Q&A's on different products, including the new SpeedGrade:
Q: Do I need a special graphics card to run SpeedGrade CS6?
A: The SpeedGrade CS6 Lumetri Deep Color Engine is entirely GPU accelerated and requires a certified graphics card for optimum performance. Adobe recommends using an NVIDIA Quadro 4000, 5000, or 6000 graphics card.

Premiering Adobe Premiere | Mike J. Nichols | The Edit Doctor
Mike lists some of his favorite new features in Premiere Pro:
4. Colored Clips in Timeline. Always wanted this in FCP. You can colorize STOCK FOOTAGE for instance and at a glance see that you’ve used in the timeline. Colorize Audio too and choose a particular stock audio library to color for easy detection later. Lots of uses.

How Premiere Pro CS6 was used to create new music video for Keith Urban’s “For You” | Michelle Gallina | ProVideoCoalition
Adobe released an article (available as a PDF document [Uniquely Moving:PDF]) on the making of the video. This post goes over the highlights:
Shot with ARRI Alexa Studio and Canon Cinema EOS C300—new formats which can be mixed on a single timeline in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6—as well as Canon EOS 5D and 7D cameras, the project incorporates the newest digital cinematography processes. Features such as the enhanced multicam editor in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 gave the team creative freedom to tell the story in the most impactful way.

Adobe presents SpeedGrade CS6 | ColorGrader
More on Speedgrade:
SpeedGrade CS6 brings advanced color grading capabilities to Adobe Production Premium, the Creative Suite edition production professionals rely on to get great results efficiently. Offering best-in-class applications for editing, motion design, compositing, and audio, this comprehensive post-production hub now offers professional color grading to a new generation of artists and filmmakers.

Adobe Media Encoder User Interface Changes | Todd Kopriva
A short video that looks at the changes in Media Encoder:
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 has lots of new and enhanced features in many areas of the program, from importing and exporting to editing and audio. In this free course, Adobe Technical Support Lead Todd Kopriva walks you through all of them, including dynamic trimming, the new Warp Stabilizer and Rolling Shutter Repair effects, and improvements to Dynamic Link, multicamera editing, and the Three-Way Color Corrector. You’ll also learn about changes to performance and the user interface, and how these can affect your workflow.

Adobe Audition CS6 Multitrack Enhancements | Ron Day | Adobe
A list of some of the new features in Audition:
Clip Stretching: The return of clip stretching also brings new options and the ability to perform real-time or rendered stretches using iZotope Radius. We have also implemented a varispeed clip stretching option to allow independent adjustments of time vs pitch. We plan to have a more in-depth post about this feature later, but I suggest taking a peek at the reveal video posted on the Production Premium Reveal page for more details.

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