Adobe Video World 2015 Periscope Broadcasts
Q&A's With Adobe Employees And Master Trainers From Premiere Pro World 2015
Get the inside scoop on the Premiere Pro portion of Adobe Video World 2015 in these exclusive Periscope interviews with 3 Adobe Master Trainers and 1 Adobe Product Manager. Many thanks to the Adobe Marketing and Social Media teams (Nakiesha!) for collaborating with me on these broadcasts. The following discussions range from the future of Adobe Premiere Pro to the softer skills of video editing.
NOTE: WATCH ON YOUTUBE FOR JUMP-TO-QUESTION LINKS IN THE VIDEO DESCRIPTIONS.
Maxim Jago And The Future Of Video Editing
Filmmaker and futurist, Maxim Jago, predicts the future of video editing in this Periscope broadcast from Adobe Video World Day 1. He explains how Adobe's professional video applications are ahead of the curve when it comes to approaching video trends such as High Dynamic Range.
Christine Steele And The Universal Truths Of Editing
Founder, producer, and director at Steele Pictures, Christine Steele describes the difference between a theme and a message from the perspective of editing network promos. In this Periscope broadcast, Christine also shares her current work on feature film documentary Take Me Home Huey. Visit takemehomehuey.org for more information.
Al Mooney And The Vision For Premiere Pro
Al Mooney, Product Manager for Adobe Premiere Pro, explains how Premiere Pro is constantly improving with the help customer feedback. In this Periscope broadcast, Al gives out several ways to submit feature requests and bug reports. He defines what a "JDI" feature request is and how they're a regular part of Premiere Pro's feature cycle.
Eran Stern And Flexibility Of Dynamic Link
Motion graphics designer, Eran Stern, gives tips and best practices for using Dynamic Link to hand off media from Premiere Pro to After Effects. Also in this Periscope broadcast, Eran shares his vision for accelerated previews in Adobe After Effects.