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How NBC’s Saturday Night Live Uses Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and SpeedGrade CC to Meet Their Tight Production Deadlines
Show: Adobe at NAB 2014
Alex Buono, DP for SNL, discusses how his team uses the Adobe Creative Cloud toolset to meet the considerable demands of producing the shorts for Saturday Night Live. Switching from Final Cut Pro to Premiere Pro has helped save valuable time thanks to Dynamic Link and broad native camera format support.
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Audio in Premiere Pro CC
In this episode, Colin will dig deep into all aspects of working with audio in Premiere Pro including the best way to import audio and choose the right track format. You’ll also learn to setup sequences that take advantage of the powerful features in Premiere Pro like Adaptive audio tracks. So if your workflow is all Premiere Pro, or if you’re coming from Final Cut Pro, and if you need multichannel QuickTime or OMF compatibility, then Colin has you covered.
Moving from Final Cut Pro to Adobe Creative Cloud for the Making of Sundance Film "C.O.G"
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.
SoulPancake: Switching to Adobe Creative Cloud for Top 100 YouTube Channel Production
See how SoulPancake, a production company founded by Rainn Wilson (of NBC’s “The Office”), is using Adobe Creative Cloud to produce extraordinary original online video content for one of the top 100 YouTube channels. This presentation will cover SoulPancake's switch from Final Cut Pro to Adobe Premiere Pro and its workflows using After Effects, Photoshop, and other Adobe tools to create its daily content, which incudes series on topics ranging from art and philosophy to creativity and spirituality.
Moving from Final Cut Pro to Adobe Premiere Pro to Cut National TV Spots
See how Adam Pertofsky, award-winning editor and partner at Rock Paper Scissors, cut national and Super Bowl TV spots under tight timelines using high performance Adobe post-production tools. This presentation will cover Adam's switch from Final Cut Pro to Adobe Premiere Pro and his workflows using After Effects and Photoshop to create the high-quality national ads.