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Art of the Guillotine Interviews Adobe’s Al Mooney on the Future of Editing and the Design of Premiere Pro

April 22nd, 2013 / By Angelo Lorenzo / No Comments

AOTG got a hold of Al Mooney durning NAB to discuss how Adobe designed and integrated Premiere Pro’s new features, the usefulness of Adobe Story and the use of a script as metadata, and the future of interactivity with Adobe Premiere and Adobe Edge. Mr. Mooney touches on some interesting predictions in the future of…

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Premiere Pro Quick Tip: Avoid Pillarboxes While Mixing SD Footage into an HD Project

April 21st, 2013 / By Angelo Lorenzo / No Comments

If you’re a documentarian working with archival footage or just seem to find yourself splicing standard definition footage into high definition projects a little more often than you’d like, below you’ll find an effects presets for Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 or newer that will hide those unsightly pillarboxes. Click to download our SD to HD…

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Demystifying Digital Cinema Camera Specifications – A Talk by Panavision’s John Galt and Canon’s Larry Thorpe

April 19th, 2013 / By Angelo Lorenzo / No Comments

Filmed in 2008, this talk is still packed with pertinent information. Referenced on a number of websites but missing from Panavision’s media page, I’ve taken the time to repost it on Youtube. In this talk, Panavision’s John Galt and Canon’s Larry Thorpe discuss the finer points of sensor design and how it relates to sensor…

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Premiere Pro Next Introduces Avid DNxHD Preview and Smart Rendering

April 18th, 2013 / By Angelo Lorenzo / No Comments

Kevin Monahan was kind enough to chime in on my question on the Adobe forums concerning what Adobe means when they say Adobe Premiere Pro Next will include full support for MXF-wrapped Avid DNxHD files. Turns out they really mean full support, including timeline preview rendering and smart rendering during export. While Karl Soule described…

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