by Andy Dodd I had this happen to me last weekend after I imported Sony A7R3 MP4 files into my CC2019 Premiere project. Annoying to say the least! This was the fastest and easiest trick to “fix” the problem…Read more "HOW TO FIX ADOBE PREMIERE “GREEN FOOTAGE”"
By Boone | Shutterstock Premiere works notably well with Photoshop, giving users a number of different ways to import layered .psd files. You can even open an image in Photoshop directly within Premiere. Since many video editors often work with photographs, it makes sense that the two programs would work together seamlessly. Let’s take a […]Read more "How to Bring a Photoshop File into Premiere Pro"
April 5, 2013 So, I’ve been working with learning more of After Effects this week. I’m a Final Cut Pro 7 user, and wanted to know how to import my FCP7 project into AE CS5 to add more effects & grading. Upon further research, I found these two videos… from Hugo Goudswaard My first tutorial […]Read more "Final Cut Pro to After Effects"
May 18, 2012 by Larry Jordan Adobe Prelude CS6 is a brand-new application for Windows and Mac that shipped last week with the rest of the Adobe CS6 update. According to Adobe’s website: “Adobe® Prelude™ CS6 software streamlines your production tasks. Ingest nearly any file-based format and begin logging immediately, creating searchable markers and other […]Read more "First Look: Adobe Prelude CS6"
December 7, 2011 By Scott Simmons, Studio Daily We all know that with Adobe’s new release schedule a major upgrade to Adobe After Effects CS6 is in the works and will be released at some point in 2012, most likely around NAB. You may or may not like Adobe’s new upgrade policy (some definitely don’t […]Read more "A Hint at the Next After Effects, CS6"
November 9, 2011 by Wes Plate of Automatic Duck Wes Plate of Automatic Duck has moved onto a new job with Adobe and has made the Automatic Duck software for transfering between NLE’s and After Effects – Pro Import AE, Pro Export FCP and Pro Import FCP – free. Thanks Wes! And good luck on […]Read more "Automatic Duck Products Now Available as Free Downloads"
August 5, 2011 by Richard Harrington, RHED Pixel In this tutorial you’ll learn how to import a project from Final Cut Pro into Adobe Premiere Pro. This video (and many more) are included with the new training bundle from Peachpit Press. Check out An Editor’s Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro at http://www.peachpit.com/premiereguide […]Read more "Importing a Final Cut Pro Project into Adobe Premiere Pro"