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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

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Published in Post & VFX

Make a spooky 'Halloween'-inspired video and you could win an Oculus Rift! [sponsored]

All those looking for an easier way to work with ProRes on Windows might just have had some of their wishes granted with a forthcoming update to Creative Cloud.

A just-announced video stabilisation plug-in might be just what you need to steady shaky GoPro footage. And you can try it for free.

Adobe unveils numerous enhancements for PremierePro and more

Published in Post & VFX

Adobe’s IBC 2016 announcements revolve around enhancements to its Creative Cloud suite of video applications and the introduction of Team Projects, as well as some interesting enhancements to its ad insertion service.

At the Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles Adobe have announced updates to their Creative Cloud offerings and the end of the line for Creative Suite 

How much GPU power do you need for your Adobe video applications? After looking at the Quadro K1200 and Quadro M4000, Tom Lansford from professional-workstation.com came up with an answer that surprised him.

Is it finally time to move on from the Mac?

Published in Post & VFX

Enough is enough. Simon Wyndham is a long-time Mac user, but, like more than a few others, in the wake of the new MacBook Pro announcement he is now considering changing computing and NLE platforms. 

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

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