IBC 2014: What?s Coming Next to Creative Cloud for Video
Streamline video workflows with industry-leading integration
This month at IBC 2014 in Amsterdam, Adobe will preview the updates coming soon to Creative Cloud?s pro video applications. In a fast-moving industry, video pros need tools that keep them ahead of the curve, allowing them to work confidently with the latest hardware and camera formats. With regular updates, Creative Cloud meets that need, making everyday tasks faster and easier?and opens new creative possibilities with a little more Adobe magic.
- Powerful media and project management?Take control of large projects with new features like Search bins, Consolidate & Transcode, and Multi-project workflows in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
- Support for cutting-edge technologies?Focus on the content with a refreshed user-interface across all of the video applications, including HiDPI support for Windows 8.1 and Mac Retina displays.
- Streamlined workflows?Complete everyday tasks more efficiently, thanks to new tools and refinements, such as Curve adjustments and hover preview Looks in Adobe SpeedGrade CC.
After a successful run using Premiere Pro CC to edit David Fincher?s upcoming thriller Gone Girl, two-time Academy Award winner Kirk Baxter has made Premiere Pro CC the NLE of choice for his new company, EXILE. ?I?m happy to see so many of the new features we asked Adobe for during Gone Girl in the upcoming release.? ?Kirk Baxter, ACE
This post provides an overview of the upcoming video releases, including many of the top features and enhancements. For more in-depth information, visit the product blogs for Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe After Effects CC, Adobe SpeedGrade CC, Adobe Prelude CC, Adobe Media Encoder CC, Adobe Audition CC, and Adobe Story Plus CC.
Updated user interface
All of the Creative Cloud video applications have been given gentle facelifts, using a more subtle color scheme and simplified UI elements.
?The first thing you?ll notice when you open them, is the cleaner look to all of the video apps,? said Bill Roberts, senior director of product management. ?We?ve modernized and simplified the user interface so that it doesn?t compete with the content. The point is to allow video pros to focus more on their content, and less on the widgets.? read more...
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