The Future of Adobe Premiere Pro and what it means for Indie Filmmakers
bill-roberts-q7Video & Filmmaker interviews Bill Roberts, Adobe's Sr. Director of Product Management for Video. Learn about what's in store for the Adobe Premiere Pro & Creative Cloud. As Adobe Premiere Pro gains more tools and performance, it's also picking up new users in Hollywood, Broadcast, Network, Cable TV and Indy Filmmaking.
Video & Filmmaker THE FUTURE FOR ADOBE – INTERVIEW WITH BILL ROBERTS It’s easy to see how Adobe has been at the forefront of these technological shifts. Largely due to the availability of it’s Creative Cloud subscription service, putting into the hands of indie filmmakers a relativly inexpensive stable of programs, covering all aspects of the post production workflow. Editor, colourist and guest writer Julien Chichignoud caught up with Bill Roberts, Adobe’s Sr. Director of Product Managment for Video, during the recent SMTPE conference in Sydney. My job has many aspects, but primarily it’s to ensure we’re developing the right products for the market. This involves extensive time by my team working with customers and our engineers – often trying to bridge the two worlds. Customers are a great resource for feedback on how to iterate or improve existing products and engineers often have brilliant, revolutionary ideas. My role requires me to ensure these ideas are focused and applied to the products in the right way, leading the team to develop truly meaningful products and features that directly address customer concerns. A great example of this is how our team developed Time Tuner – a feature found in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015. read more...
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