Posted by Rich Young on May 3, 2013 •
“This is the beginning of a series of as-they-come notes on news of assorted Premiere Pro tutorials, tips, and related tools.
As a reminder before go/AdobeNext next week, Richard Harrington has a Premiere Pro Technology Preview at Lynda.com and Josh Weiss has a similar number of tutorials for free at reTooled. For more on the new versions of Creative Suite, see CS Next Sneak Peeks, and stuff on Adobe TV like Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Editing Finesse.
In Film Impact and Creative Impatience Review, Kes Akalaonu (@NLE_Ninja) says that Premiere Pro’s native transitions are lacking and that native masking and compositing tools in FCP puts Premiere Pro to shame. That may be true, but 3rd-party plug-ins now put a damper on realtime CUDA renders that some users now rely on. Expected changes to the Premiere SDK should allow 3rd parties to join the CUDA fun, so things may change soon. In the meantime, check out Kes’ review of transtions and free masking plug-ins.”
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