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Patrick Zadrobilek has developed a tool that replaces the lost Direct Link to Speedgrade functionality in CC 2015.3. PrProBCC (Premiere Pro Back Compatibility Converter) allows Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 projects to be opened in Speedgrade (version 2015.1), graded, and reopened again in Premiere Pro CC 2015.3. The only limitation is its for Windows only.
Award-winning editor and certified Adobe Premiere Pro trainer, Dylan Osborn, launches his Done with Dylan Premiere Pro tutorial series for intermediate editors. In this first tutorial, Dylan demonstrates the difference between Scale to Frame Size and Set to Frame Size in Premiere Pro.
What is the difference between the Scale and Set to Frame Size options in Premiere Pro, and how can you use them? I hear this question frequently in my training sessions. This tutorial covers all your options in under two minutes. —Dylan Osborn
"The Underdog" from RED Digital Cinema and presented by Abandon Visuals is the story of an unnamed fighter and his quest to become the champion of an underground fight club. Shot on a WEAPON with HELIUM 8K S35 sensor and Leica Summicron-C lenses, the short film showcases a fighter as he prepares for his shot at glory. —Abandon Visuals
Adobe and Tangent have come together to give users an increadible color workflow environment with the release of the Ripple and Premiere Pro 2013.4. The Ripple can control the Lumetri Color Panel to give you instant, tactile feedback when making color corrections or color grading. —VideoRevealed