If you have ever spent hours on end with the pen and bezier tool rotoscoping frame-by-frame in After Effects, then you’ll appreciate the magic happening with this future tech that Adobe will be showing off at NAB 2013 (and hopefully releasing inside of After Effects CS6.5). Check out the video tease below for a closer look: [click to continue…]
Adobe has released Premiere Elements 11 Editor and Premiere Elements 11 Quick Editor in the Mac App Store. Premiere Elements 11 Quick features only the “Quick” editing options from the full-featured Premiere Elements 11 Editor. [click to continue…]
FxFactory PRO v4 is a plug-in for popular NLE editors like Final Cut Pro X, FCP 7 and Premiere Pro CS6. I have been using FxFactory PRO v4 for a few months now in both FCP X and Premier Pro CS6. While it also works in After Effects and Motion, my use has been limited to NLEs.
FxFactory PRO v4 uses the FxFactory plug-in manager for installation and updates. I have used several plug-ins with FxFactory and find it to be one of the easiest installation processes to use with NLE plug-ins. [click to continue…]
Noise Industries has a new keyer tool for FCP X, PHYX Keyer, which lets you key inside the app with a powerful set of controls so you don’t have to roundtrip to Motion or After Effects. PHYX Keyer also works in Adobe Premiere Pro, as well as After Effects and Motion. [click to continue…]
Photoshop Touch is now available for the iPhone, as well as Android phones. Previously, Photoshop Touch was only available on tablet devices. [click to continue…]
Adobe just announced release candidates for Lightroom 4.4 and Camera Raw 7.4, which are now available in Adobe Labs. Lightroom 4.4 and Camera Raw 7.4 offer support for the following cameras:
Additionally, the updates including corrections to the demosaic algorithms for Fujifilm cameras with the X-Trans sensor (e.g., the Fujifilm X-Pro1 and X-E1).
Remember, these are release candidates, which means they’ve been pretty well tested and Adobe thinks they are ready for full release; however, it’s recommended that you keep production work to prior versions until the official releases drop. Expect those to come soon though. Release candidates mean that the final versions are just around the corner.