April 9, 2013

NAB Video: A Chat with Adobe Part 1 & 2

FreshDV sits down with Premiere Product Manager Al Mooney to discuss the latest from Adobe, including highlights from Premiere and their approach to providing "editing finesse" for users. They also talk about SpeedGrade integration, the Creative Cloud, the competition from Avid and Final Cut, GPU support, enhanced ProRes and DNXHD support, and the "link and locate" feature. Hit the jump for the videos:

Adobe strives to listen to the editing community and try to provide a tool that will serve professionals. How are they doing so far this year? Share your thoughts below.

Your Comment

12 Comments

Thanks for your coverage but can you please level your audio? The commercials in front and end are much louder then the interview :)

April 9, 2013

2
Reply
Joran

same here, thanks.

April 9, 2013

1
Reply

i second that

April 9, 2013

1
Reply

Everything they (Adobe) make is not included in the Creative Cloud! FALSE

April 9, 2013

0
Reply
Joe

I'm glad he started off the interview by talking about how much they've been listening to their user base. It's really starting to become apparent in their last few releases.

April 9, 2013

-1
Reply

It's so true. I feel like all the heavy hitters in that NFS post about what people want from the next premiere release were addressed. Yay adobe

April 9, 2013

0
Reply
dv

They've finally got "join through edit" and "nudge clip vertically"??

Don't know how many dozens of feature requests I submitted on those...

April 9, 2013

1
Reply

HEY!
That's my editing teacher! :D (Scott the interviewer)

April 9, 2013

-2
Reply

Being able to manually enable MPE and supporting more wider range of cuda or open GL graphics cards is huge. That's a big enough an improvement alone to warrant an upgrade.

April 9, 2013

-1
Reply
JMosley3D

So Premiere is starting to get as good as FCP7? lol wow!

April 10, 2013

-1
Reply
Thomas

I do not want to do the cloud and was told by adobe that is the only way to use current adobe products. I for one feel duped that i have been paying for u[grades and versions and now am forced to pay 50 per month. Adobe is trying to make more money by force. In the past they said her is a great upgrade and you had a choice. Now they are saying if you want our software pay every month. They will dbl profits.

April 10, 2013

0
Reply
Andy