Week in Premiere 6/19/15
This Week In Premiere Pro
• Adobe Creative Cloud CC 2015 release
Tweet Of The Week
Best Advice. Shortly after users began updating, word quickly got around that CC 2015 updates were uninstalling old app versions by default. The solution surfaced within minutes, thanks to the active Premiere Pro Twitter community. Practice safe updating!
Most Helpful. With Lumetri Color panel and Morph Cut stealing the show, it's easy to overlook the many enhancements in the new Premiere Pro. Scott Simmons gives a detailed look at the "little" things in Premiere Pro CC 2015 that collectively make it a BIG release.
Most Likely To Pick The Red Pill. Update Adobe Skilz (Sz) in the Creative Cloud dock. You may want to uncheck "Remove old versions" under the advanced options of the update as it will uninstall previous skills.
Best In Show. I've been waiting for an opportunity to plug AOTG's Post Mortem—a weekly postproduction industry roundup. With Creative Cloud 2015 making headlines this week, go subscribe!
Best Look. "What is this? A color panel for ants?"
Most Likely To Be Abused. This is Adobe's official tips and best practices for getting the best results with Morph Cut. Give it a glance and see what works!
Most Thought Provoking. This review by Alan Stafford, via PCWorld, garnered a lot of buzz on Twitter. The Tweet itself drew some comments. Whether or not you agree Premiere Pro CC 2015 is becoming a one-stop shop, this article gives a great overview of the integration between Premiere Pro and the new Adobe Hue mobile app.
Most Colorful. So you've played around with the new Lumetri Color panel and now you want to get the most out of it. Start here. Alex Jordan, via No Film School, gives possibly the best walkthrough of the Lumetri Color panel.
Best CC 2015 Tweets. See your Tweet? Which is your fave?
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