Monthly Archives: July 2011

Takin’ it to the Streets…of the USA

As the title suggests, I’m proud to announce that the Creative Suite Evangelists (myself, Greg Rewis, Paul Trani & Rufus Deuchler) will be hitting the road for a series of CS5.5 Evolution Tour-themed seminars in U.S.!! It’s been nearly 6 years since we last toured the United States (as a team, that is) and we couldn’t be more excited to bring Creative Suite 5.5 to the Adobe User Group/Adobe Camp communities.

Here are the cities and registration links. Several of the cities will also feature additional speakers and activities at the venues, so please check the links for details…

9 August 2011: Austin, TX @ St. Edward’s University
23 August 2011: Cleveland, OH @ Botanical Gardens
31 August 2011: Hollywood, CA @ Moviola
1 September 2011: Denver, CO @ Casselman’s Bar & Venue

A big thanks to all of our Adobe User Group managers/Adobe Camp managers for putting all of this together.

Hope to see you there!



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An Offer You Can’t Refuse – 50% Off Premiere Pro & Production Premium CS 5.5 to FCP & Avid Users!

Hello all. Well, today’s a rather exciting day at Adobe, as we’ve announced a very enticing, very aggressive discount on Production Premium and Premiere Pro for Final Cut and Avid users…50% off until 30 September!

There’s truly never been a better time to get your feet wet and roadtest Production Premium or Premiere Pro CS5.5.

If you’ve been thinking about switching, or if you’ve merely been trying to find a better workflow solution between your existing NLE (FCP, AVID) and Creative Suite products, the time has never been better to check out what we’re offering.

A couple of highlights in Premiere Pro & Production Premium:

–Truly native, file-based format support (incl. RED R3D, Canon XF, DSLR, AVC-Intra, DPX, etc);
–Dynamic Link integration between Premiere Pro, After Effects, Encore & Adobe Media Encoder for render-free application integration;
–Mercury Playback Engine in Premiere Pro for accelerated playback, effects processing (w/adding Mercury GPU acceleration) and rendering;
–Warp Stabilizer and RotoBrush in After Effects for effortless image stabilization and quick rotoscoping tasks;
–Native Photoshop (PSD) workflows in After Effects, Encore and Premiere Pro;
–32-bit Floating Point Color Workflow in PPRO, with switchable 8/16/32-bit options in AE;
–FCP XML/AAF/EDL support in Premiere Pro and OMF & FCP XML support in Adobe Audition;
–Easily background export to virtually any format for screenss and tablet device with Adobe Media Encoder.

These are, of course, only a few of the highlights. Check out all the online videos and help docs to learn more.

Switch to Adobe Premiere Pro

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