Category Archives: Miscellaneous
IBC is just around the corner, and with that comes what seems to be Adobe’s bi-yearly tradition of major updates to the video applications.
There is so much to cover in this update to Premiere CC 2014, so let’s dive right in. Remember to read to the end because I will definitely save some of the best for last.
You can listen to the interview here.
It hasn’t made it to the iTunes version yet, but check out the link to the official podcast. Rate The Cutting Room, and show your support!
I’m happy to announce that I’ll be doing a live demo of reLink reTooled for this month’s AENY meeting. We’ll do a few sample relinks and demonstrate how you can use reLink reTooled with your NLE to conform color corrected footage, and even how it can be used with After Effects or other compositing programs. Most importantly, I’ll be there to answer any questions you might have about the product. Be sure to get there on time, because we’ll be going on first!
You can get the full meeting information here:
Please remember to register with Eventbrite due to new security regulations:
Like many other editors currently in limbo over the state of Apple’s pro desktop line, the Mac Pro, I asked myself what my next computer would be. Now, I want to clarify, my situation is not a dire one. I’m not a facility manager trying to decide how to manage a large number of machine upgrades over the next few years. In fact, the computer I’m looking to replace is not my work machine at all. It is my home setup, currently a 2006, Mac Pro 1,1. My work machine is a 2010 Mac Pro, with 12 cores, fully specked out, with 64 GB or RAM and an SSD boot. While I do have concerns about what my office will do if the Mac Pro ceases to exist, or exist in a usable form factor for our needs, this post isn’t about that. I think myself and my company have taken a wait and see approach to that issue for the time being. If 2013 passes and we’ve still seen or heard nothing from Apple on that front, that is when the tough decisions will probably need to get made.