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Nvidia Talks About Adobe Anywhere at NAB 2013
Hear it live from NAB 2013 how Adobe and NVIDIA have worked closely together on Adobe Anywhere to ensure NVIDIA Tesla GPUs give video pros ultra-fast Adobe Mercury Playback Engine performance and provide smooth remote access across the network with the new Adobe Mercury Streaming Engine.
NVIDIA® Tesla® GPUs Deliver Fast Streaming Performance for Adobe® Anywhere
Hear how NVIDIA and Adobe have worked closely together on Adobe Anywhere to ensure NVIDIA Tesla GPUs give video pros ultra-fast Adobe Mercury Playback Engine performance and enable smooth remote access across the network with the new Adobe Mercury Streaming Engine.
Tech Demo: Thunderbolt, MacBook Air, RED Rocket
Here's a quick look at some Thunderbolt solutions I've been testing in my lab. In this video, you'll see an Apple MacBook Air 13" running Windows 7 64bit via Boot Camp with an activeThunderbolt port connected to Sonnet Chassis with a RED Rocket installed delivering full 4K playback on Ultra Lightweight notebook. **Note** the Mac OS does extremely well in this test as well. I only show Windows7 to help expand Thunderbolt across both platforms. The more users, the more devices.
Time Remapping, or “Speed Ramps” in some programs, is a visually dynamic editing technique that we can’t seem to get enough of these days. Premiere Pro has a unique and powerful way to control not only the speed changes, but also the transition from one speed to another. See how easy it is to create and edit time changes directly in the timeline and how to copy and paste this same keyframes right into After Effects. As an added bonus we’ve included Timewarp in After Effects which allows you to create new intermediate frames with the ultra smooth Pixel Motion effect.
Premier Pro CS5 Green Screen Ultra Key
Show: Creative Sweet TV
Get a glimpse behind the scenes of Creative Sweet TV. Using Premier Pro to do a really quick and really effective green screen key. Using native AVCHD footage and very basic fold out screen. The entire episode created with Premiere Pro CS5.
DSLR Workflow in Premiere Pro CS5 - Keying, Time Remapping & Stills
In this short video, Jason Levine will show you how to use the new Ultra Keyer in Premiere Pro CS5 to pull quick keys from your footage, even with unevenly lit green screen. Once again, the 'key' here (ha ha) is the fact that Jason is running this process without rendering, leveraging the Mercury Playback Engine solely in software mode.