Join Adobe’s Dave Helmly, Sr. Manager, Solutions Consulting Pro Video/Audio and NVIDIA’s Greg Estes, GM of Media and Entertainment Industry live from IBC 2013 to hear about exciting new professional video solutions, from powerful Premiere Pro and After Effects tools on the workstation to the innovative Adobe Anywhere networked video collaboration platform, driven by NVIDIA Tesla. Dave and Greg share details of new GPU-accelerated features in Premiere Pro CC, such as high-res debayering with the new Mercury Debayering Engine, and powerful professional-grade NVIDIA GPUs, like the new NVIDIA Quadro K6000 and Quadro K5100M.
Product Version: CC
Oct 04, 2013
After Effects CC, Anywhere CC, Dave Helmly, GPU, Greg Estes, K5100M, K6000, Mercury Debayering Engine, NVIDIA, Premiere Pro CC
FrameMaker 11 can save you a great deal of time and money over seemingly "less expensive" XML solutions, due to the reduced time to create full formatting for all of your outputs. This brief video walks you through a carefully researched Return on Investment (ROI) Calculator that will identify "cash leaks" in many competitive XML or DITA solutions. Although the calculator is populated with typical, realistic values, you may swiftly customize it with your own data. Here is the URL shortcut to go to the calculator itself: http://adobe.ly/17QTK1K
The analytics landscape is evolving towards more data, more complexity and, hopefully, more insights. What was known as "web analytics" a few years ago is now "digital analytics", incorporating more than just the web. "Predictive analytics" are just around the corner. But will "customer analytics" be the next big step? Will it save those of us who embrace the change?
PWC: Matthew Tod, Partner, Consulting
In this booth interview, Thought Leader Jack Molisani emphasizes that we should seek out problems and helping find solutions. Instead of branding yourself as a tech writer, describe yourself as a business problem solver.