Seven new tutorials - most revolving around the new features in Adobe Premiere Pro. First, though, the news.
Signiant announced they had acquired Lesspain Software, the makers of media asset management software Kyno. I've been a fan of Kyno for years, so I reached out to the CEO of Signiant, Margaret Craig, to learn more about what this acquisition means to media creators.
AppleInsider has a detailed article, listing current, significant applications that do not yet support M1 Macs. The list is surprisingly long. This also details the challenges in creating applications that support the new Apple silicon.
[Thinking of upgrades, I'm planning to update to Big Sur on Monday. I already know my mouse won't work, and key apps need upgrades, but I'm hopeful everything else works. I'll let you know how it all turns out in next week's issue.]
Cinenso, based in Los Angeles, launched its Cinenso Channel platform last week. This enables curators to create channels for film screenings, discussions and archival content. The secure platform includes DRM and payment infrastructure and storage at a nominal cost for global programmers of independent film content.
GV Live presented Inform 2021. These two free sessions (each runs about 30 minutes) discuss the rising influence of the cloud, changes in monetization models and the shifting habits of viewers, and how traditional media companies and their solution suppliers can not only survive, but thrive.
One of my readers called my attention to DriveDx. Written by Binary Fruit, DriveDX is an advanced storage media diagnostics monitoring and analysis software. It supports both SSDs and HDDs. A free trial is available, with a purchase price of $19.99.
March 15, 1985, the first internet domain name, symbolics.com, was registered.