When Premiere Pro CS 5.0 came out I really didn’t think nonlinear editing tools could get any better. The new Mercury engine in Premiere Pro was amazing. The ability to edit multiple formats in the same timeline without any decrease in performance just blew me away. We all know time is money. As budgets get [...]
Shrinking client budgets. Compressed schedules. New camera formats. Rendering movies to be viewed on anything from the silver screen to a mobile phone. Today’s post-production landscape is an obstacle course of sorts, and smart filmmakers everywhere are looking for new ways to navigate through it so they can deliver great work while staying profitable.
The video “The Mercury Playback Engine: CUDA Improvements” is part of the following training course: What’s New and Changed in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 Stay Up to Date with Premiere Pro CS5.5 In this free workshop, Adobe Technical Support Lead Todd Kopriva is your guide to the changes in the CS5.5 version of Adobe Premiere [...]
While not a milestone release, this incremental upgrade includes new support for camera formats and an improved Adobe Story We know from the way the world works that they ought to come in predictable waves. Every eighteen months we eagerly await them. Invariably powerful and potentially game changing, we’re not talking about the Tibetan monsoons [...]