So it has all of the limitations of the BMPCC but not all of the features but at least it costs more.
My favorite new feature in Premiere is the shortcut Ctrl+D+R which automatically downloads and installs a far superior video editor that includes essentially After Effects and Audition built-in and puts 50 bucks into your pocket every month.
I've been thinking about taking this approach. I usually pick my shorts apart after I finish them but then it's too late to do anything about it. It would be great to sit down and watch the whole thing and to note what did and what did not work and see how to improve when actually shooting it.
Meh. A couple good features here and there. Wake me up when they introduce auto waveform syncing on the timeline or when they fix half the bugs I've reported. Great software but I'm not so bad an editor that I need my nle to tell me my shit is boring. Let's fix the problems instead of doing what marketing wants.
I can't wait to see how Abrams screws this one up. They should have an actual Star Wars fan direct Star Wars movies. It is a shame what has become of this great Saga.
A couple things I learned from building these: First, the $8 LED strips are no good. They just don't put out enough light. Buy a triple-wide strip with a CRI rating over 90 or so. About $25 on Amazon. Second, make sure the LEDs aren't too close to the diffuser, otherwise you'll be able to see the individual diodes. Third, you can get good, free diffusion from a broken LED TV (as was illustrated in a previous NFS post.) It's pretty easy, just grab a small screw driver and take out all 5,000 screws. Just make sure the TV has been unplugged a while so you don't get zapped. Having disassembled about 5 TVs and building a few lights, I would suggest just getting the $100 RGB LED light on Amazon. It is not that expensive, it can run on battery or AC, and while it's not pro level, it isn't hokey.