Come take a look at the editing suite in Adobe’s new office in downtown Santa Monica, as seen through the eyes of Hollywood editor Vashi Nedomansky.
Meet the man who is largely responsible for the future of Premiere Pro CC. Premiere Bro is proud to share this exclusive Premiere Profile with Adobe's Patrick Palmer. In this interview, we ask Patrick about Adobe's recent push into the Hollywood market and how that focus impacts non-Hollywood editors. He discusses the latest challenges facing video editors, and how the new features in Premiere Pro CC 2018 expand creativity by saving valuable time.
Mr. Boris FX himself, Boris Yamnitsky, CEO, shares the vision behind Boris FX and the beginning of the visual effects plug-in industry, and answers questions like what’s new in Continuum 11 and Sapphire 11, which product should I buy, and which products include Mocha integration in this Premiere Bro interview.
In a post Final Cut Pro 7 world, video editors are concerned about the integrity and longevity of their editing software. Like modern rock n’ roll, technology is making it easy for post-production software manufacturers to “sell out” by prioritizing consumer accessibility over professional functionality. In the wake of the Creative Cloud 2017 release, Adobe’s Steve Forde assures Premiere Pro CC users that Adobe is steadfastly sold out for video professionals.