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…]
Final Cut Pro X Cookbook is a new book from editor and Apple certified trainer Jason Cox.
“The ‘Final Cut Pro X Cookbook’ contains recipes that will take you from the importing process and basic mechanics of editing up through many of FCPX’s advanced tools needed by top-tier editors on a daily basis. Edit quickly and efficiently, fix image and sound problems with ease, and get your video out to your client or the world easily.”
Final Cut Pro X Cookbook retails for $49.99; however, it is currently available for $44.43 on Amazon.com. The book is also available in a Kindle edition for $16.19.
FxFactory 4.0 is now available and adds support for Adobe Premiere Pro. The plug-in management program has been a great tool for using with FCP X, Motion, FCP 7 and After Effects; however, the one video editing program that I use the most hasn’t been supported and, as a result, I’ve not been able to take advantage of so many cool video plug-ins. But now it is.
FxFactory 4.0 is a free download and there are a few free plug-ins that are available with it. Additional plug-ins are available for trial and purchase with integration inside of FxFactory.
You can download FxFactory 4.0 from Noise Industries’ website.
Digital Anarchy has released a free plug-in for After Effects, Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro that turns subjects skin into ultra-damaged zombies or witches. [click to continue…]
Industrial Revolution’s XEffects Tech Transitions is a plug-in for Final Cut Pro X that features 30 stylized transitions that work from within the FCP X transitions panel. Check out the following demo video for a taste of several of the available transitions: [click to continue…]
Digital Anarchy has announced Beauty Box Video 2.0, which is a video plug-in for smoothing and retouching skin in the major NLEs. In addition to compatibility with After Effects 7.0–CS6, Final Cut Pro X, Final Cut Pro 7, and Premiere Pro CS4–CS6, version 2.0 adds support for Assimilate Scratch, Scratch Lab, Sony Vegas Por and Movie Studio.
Beauty Box Video 2.0 retails for $199, but is available for $149 through July 15, 2012.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]