Last week's webinar looked at the "New Features in Adobe Premiere Pro (beta)." Adobe is embarking on a significant upgrade to the entire app. But, rather than do it all at once, they are staging the update. This first release updates import, export and tweaks the main interface. My webinar illustrates these changes along with how you can provide Adobe feedback on your reactions.
There's no webinar
this week. I'll be back in two weeks with something new. Your ideas are always welcome - simply email me
As we await Apple's latest operating systems, I'm reminded that we have been here before. In fact, every summer for the last decade is a waiting period for the "next best thing." It is easy to fall into the trap of "gotta have the latest OS." But, as media creators, we have a higher calling: deadlines. Let the college kids beta test the software. Let the rumor and blog sites wax rhapsodic about the coming new features. We gotta get work done. Don't even think about upgrading at this point. In fact:
Changing the whole complexion of the future is the slow switch to Apple silicon. This promises to change how we configure our computers. Except... that only the first, entry-level chip is released. Yes, I'm as anxious as anyone for the next round of chips and gear that use them. So, here's a tutorial the describes:
Finally, I get emails each week from editors worried whether they are getting a "perfect," future-proofed system for media editing. The search for perfect is a fool's errand. We don't need perfect, we need a computer system that helps us get our work done.
Summer is here in all its heat and bright sunlight. A time for many of us to finally, after an indescribable 18 months, get out and about. Enjoy your time in the sun. Work will start again soon.
In the meantime, stay safe, stay healthy and stay hopeful. Until next Monday, edit well.