Adobe Video World 2016 Day 6

Highlights from Day 6 of Adobe Video World 2016:

  • Adobe Character Animator

Today was the last day of Adobe Video World. In all honesty, I found myself reconnecting with industry friends more than attending sessions. But this is one of the primary benefits of attending conferences. The relationships are worth the price of admission to Adobe Video World. There's no video tutorial on the internet that can replace the value of networking with the trainers and attendees at this Adobe post-production event. I cant recommend Adobe Video World enough.

Cheers to another incredible Adobe Video World conference!

Morning

A New Approach to Animation: An Introduction to Adobe Character Animator

There were two Character Animator sessions today. Both of which were one of the five things things to look forward to at Adobe Video World 2016. These two sessions were hosted by David Simons and Dave Werner. The first session focused on the basics of Character Animator. Dave Werner demonstrated how easy it is to get started with Character Animator by building a puppet from scratch in Photoshop, and then rigging and animating it Character Animator — all in 75 minutes. Below you can follow all the live Tweets from that session.

The afternoon session was more advanced, and included material that was under NDA. Unfortunately, there are no live Tweets from this session. But the amount of material from the basics session was more than enough to compensate for the afternoon session. Follow the live Tweets below:


Premiere Bro's attendance at Adobe Video World is sponsored by Adobe, Future Media Concepts and JK Design.