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Audio: Adobe Tools for Post-Production
Show: Adobe at NAB 2014
Join Jason Levine, principal worldwide evangelist for Creative Cloud as takes the audience at NAB 2014 though some of the key capabilities of Adobe Audition CC. The presentation covers audio restoration for video sound, and how to use side-chaining to automate soundtrack volume changes alongside a speaking track. Jason also looks at new features coming to Audition CC, including custom channelization, export to Dolby Digital formats, and enhanced multitrack tools for mixing and mastering, as well as Spectral display editing using intuitive Photoshop style tools.
Highlights from the Adobe Filmmaker Panel at Sundance 2014
Show: Adobe at Sundance
Low budget doesn’t have to mean low quality for independent film. In this panel, meet noted filmmakers who have created entertaining and high-quality independent films on undeniably low—even micro—budgets. Hear about the latest technology trends for budget-conscious indie filmmakers, including the cameras and integrated software solutions that make stunning storytelling possible. Learn how brilliant visuals, awe-inspiring stories, and high-quality filmmaking are possible, even on a low budget.
Moving from Final Cut Pro to Adobe Creative Cloud for the Making of Sundance Film "C.O.G"
Show: Adobe at NAB 2013
See how filmmaker Kyle Alvarez created the first film adaptation of David Sedaris’ short story “C.O.G.,” which premiered in US Dramatic Competition at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Alvarez wrote the screenplay, as well as directed and edited the film. This presentation will cover Kyle's switch from Final Cut Pro to Adobe Premiere Pro and use of other Adobe Creative Cloud products.
Interactivity in "Bringing Old Recordings Back to Life with Adobe Audition CC"
In this December 2013 article on remastering audio, you can switch a record player on and off by clicking a button.
Adobe Audition CC: Correcting the Timing and Pitch
Al Vertucci shows you how to make timing and pitch corrections when remixing a song. (Read the article to learn more.)