that's awesome. really. Tony Anderson and Adam Taylor I mean thats a catalog. Thanks for letting us know.
pretty great, could someone explain how it works though if you have liscened a track for a project while you have the membership, and then a year later if you don't have a subscription anymore? What happens to the videos you have live? MB has such a quality library I'm only wondering about this.
I honestly don't know how adobe gets away with the consistent breakage of their own software in every single update. If I wasn't so invested in the platform for editing I'd be smart to just start over with avid. Every single update breaks something or does not address a bug that goes back years. I don't know how many other professions would let their livelihood be effected by so much consistent poor implementation. If we had even one version that introduced zero new features but addressed ram leak bugs and performance issues I think it would be a start. But one look in their forums shows their 'workarounds' are silly.
Hate to sound so negative but it's such a frustration for so many who make a living cutting or shooting. Wish we had FCP7 with a modern engine underneath.
yes! nice to hear some other people felt the same way. the film was an amazing experience, but I felt like some quiet between would have given it so much more rhythm and tension than a constant barrage. Incredible film though.
If samyang is smart they will cut that cost way down. Lenses are all about brand reputation and history nearly as much as the look itself and I think thats still probably too much to ask as most people here will say.
so glad its finally updated. some of those bugs were causing serious problems in trying to get work done. but with all do respect to adobe progressing premiere, why does this always happen? I think we can all very safely say we would rather have waited and received this version than the headache the last was.
and please please change that splash screen.