- idustrial Revolution is providing several free animated text templates for FCP X. Click here to learn more.
- KeyFlow Pro has updated to version 2.0 with several important new features. Click here.
- Zoom has announced an new F1 digital audio package. Click here.
And there's lots more news to come. Shortly after this newsletter is released, the flood-gates will open. Expect new releases and news from Apple, Atomos, and lots more companies as the day wears on.
Webinars remain on hiatus for April so we can cover NAB. I have a
that takes you behind the scenes of what we are doing here at the show. Visit
to learn more - 27 hours of live programming in four days. And all of this is in addition to our weekly show which, last week, was a
of what to expect at NAB, while this week's show will be the highlights of our NAB coverage.
Finally, I have articles covering the
new Adobe releases
, which shipped last week, the
new Apple announcements
, which will release today. An in-depth look at the
new Apple ProRes RAW
, along with announcements from
to support it.
Finally, and this is important, Adobe announced that several
older codecs will no longer be supported
in their video apps. This is because Apple will no longer support 32-bit applications - OR CODECS - in future versions of the macOS. Adobe's announcement is the tip of the iceberg. Shortly, we will be facing the need to convert all older videos into a newer codec. NOT today, or tomorrow, but soon. This means that you need to pay attention to what's going on and determine which legacy media projects need to be converted and preserved.
This week's article
is the start of that process. I've reached out to
to learn more specifically about what their plans are and will keep you informed as I learn more. In the meantime, consider this announcement as a reason to start thinking about how much of your past you want to preserve for the future.
Well, even the carpet sweepers are done for the evening, so I'll wrap this up. Please join us at
for our NAB coverage. I'll also have more blogs during the week to share what we are doing and learning during the show.