All tagged Adobe MAX 2016
Kelsey Brannan shares some tips and tools from Adobe MAX 2016 in this Screenlight blog post. Hear from top Adobe Premiere Pro trainers like Jarle Leirpoll, Luisa Winters and Jeff Greenberg, as they share some of their favorite Premiere Pro tips.
While at #AdobeMax Nov 2 through 4 in San Diego, CA I had the pleasure of speaking with several trainers and Adobe evangelists about their favorite Adobe video & audio tools. Here is a recap of what I learned from them. —Kelsey Brannan, Screenlight Blog
Adobe has unveiled a new project at Adobe MAX called "VoCo" that will allow audio and video editors to "photoshop voiceovers". Watch this hilarious demo of VoCo, seen here in Adobe Audition, converting text to speech based on recorded dialogue. THIS IS NOT A ROBOT VOICE! VoCo can actually rearrange, subtract or add words in a human voiceover track. Watch the video to see it in action with guest Jordan Peele.
VoCo allows you to change words in a voiceover simply by typing new words. Presented live during the Adobe MAX 2016 Sneak Peeks, co-hosted by Jordan Peele. —Adobe
One of the Premiere Pro highlights from day one of Adobe MAX was the announcement of a new social publishing panel (beta) in Premiere Pro CC. Adobe Worldwide Evangelist and #AdobeJesus, Jason Levine, introduced the new panel with unmatchable enthusiasm. Read this Adobe blog post to learn more about the panel and sign up for the beta. Also, watch the video included in the post featuring Adobe Product Manager, Bronwyn Lewis, describing the background and functionality of the new social publishing panel.
We’re thrilled to announce that we are piloting a new streamlined workflow in Premiere Pro for publishing videos to social media, optimized for how Creators want to work. With cross-platform social publishing and performance tracking, strategic recommendations to achieve peak performance, and time-savers like the ability to save custom keyword sets and upload custom thumbnails, the Social Publishing panel (beta) is designed for the ways online video creation is changing the industry. —Bronwyn Lewis, Adobe
Adobe has released the 2017 version of Creative Cloud! The release coincided with the opening keynote of Adobe MAX 2016, where all the newest Adobe developments were demoed onstage and online. Creative Cloud 2017 includes much anticipated features such as Team Projects, and, of course, all the new features in Premiere Pro CC. There were also some surprises, like the sneak peak at a new social publishing panel (beta) for Premiere Pro CC. Read MAX and the Future of Creativity and Design for more information about what's new in Creative Cloud 2017. Also, check out the DVA Overview blog post: Connected Creativity. What’s New for Video and Audio in CC by Anita Engelman, Adobe Marketing Director for Video.
Today we announced the 2017 release of Creative Cloud. To make sure the Creative Cloud stays at the forefront of innovation and continues to meet the top challenges designers, photographers and filmmakers face today, we have focused on three guiding principles: cloud-first... marketplace... experience... This is the essence of the 2017 release of Creative Cloud. Much of this is available today, with more updates available over the coming months. —Bryan Lamkin, Adobe