Adobe is teasing some of its new Premiere Pro features just ahead of NAB 2013, which kicks off next week.
Over the past couple of years, Adobe has been doing a decent job of listening to customer feedback in adding features to Premiere Pro. In many instances, these added features were simply standard features picked up from Final Cut Pro 7 – things that those switching to Premiere Pro instantly missed. [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…]
It looks like the folks over at Intelligent Assistance have figured out a way to translate FCP X projects into FCP 7 timelines. Project X₂7 is a $50 XML translator that takes your FCP X XML file and translates it into something that FCP 7 can understand. Once in FCP 7, you can then take your project to a number of different applications, including Premiere Pro, which is the gateway to Dynamic Link with After Effects and other Adobe apps.
Project X₂7 looks like a pretty solid plugin that appears to do what is asked of it. Check out the screenshots below for a comparison of FCP X to FCP 7 projects. [click to continue…]