Looking at Adobe’s announcements between the lines

Published in Post & VFX

Opinion: Ned Soltz on the significance of Adobe’s IBC news and how it’s both leading in some areas and knows it has to play catch-up in others.

Is the end finally near for Final Cut Pro 7?

Published in Post & VFX

Four years after Apple pulled the plug,  Final Cut Pro 7 still plays an important role in the industry. But, with rumours that it will not run on the forthcoming El Capitan OS growing, how long can editors keep relying on it? By Andrew Johnstone.

Adobe's Creative Cloud Controversy

Published in Studio & Broadcast

It’s been a little over a week since Adobe announced the end of perpetual licenses for its Creative Suite software family. Adobe CS6 will be the last product line to be available as a boxed set or download. There will be no future development. The future is the Adobe Creative Cloud

 There was a lot of news at IBC2014, particularly on the camera and camera accessory front, and we published a lot of stories as a result (with more still in the pipeline). Here, in case you’ve missed any of our coverage, are the highlights so far (with added Photokina).

David Fincher's Gone Girl could have used a "traditional" workflow, but opted for the combination of Adobe Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC. Here's why:

Adobe releases 2015 version of Creative Cloud

Published in Post & VFX

With major updates to Photoshop, After Effects, and Premiere Pro, not to mention the addition of the new integrated Adobe Stock, as far as upgrades go the 2015 release of Creative Cloud certainly looks like a biggie.

Adobe Updates Creative Cloud Video Apps

Published in Post & VFX

Big upgrades to Creative Cloud software have been announced by Adobe

A new plug-in for Premiere Pro, PDFviewer, could be your simple fix to a common editing dilemma.

 Some parts of Adobe's Creative Cloud system were unavailable for some time. Some forum users report being locked out of current projects. How can this be prevented in future?

Once again, ingenuity, creativity and hard work trump budget, as exhibited by an impressive new music video for Jennifer Davies' Lapse of Time, from director Maxx Peter and timelapse photographer Paul Richardson.

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