panny better step up and match this with their mystery announcement coming up in two weeks ...
** NO. the point being missed here is not whether this site tilts all it's coverage to CC; as someone said, probably the vast majority here are using ppro as their NLE. the real point is that this site has never come close to a critical REVIEW of CC, or in particular, Ppro. every single ppro release is a bug-laden POS. they charge us a steep licensing fee to use it, then they beta-test it on all us professionals.
i've learned the hard way to ignore new releases for months on end, and ignore there brand new feature packages like the plague for the the better part of a year. (i just started using ppro 2017 about three months ago -- and it still has issues.)
if adobe wants to work the bugs out of their not-ready-for-primetime upgrades, they should alert us that the new releases are unstable, and that anyone who is patient enough to try them and patiently send crash logs back to adobe should be getting free usage for a few months without license payment. predictably, below, there are comments warning that 'Essential Graphics' is making their systems lag, crash and burn. ... no thanks. i don't even use dynamic link unless i have to, and most of the time: it's rickety and unpredictable. and btw ... i'm sure the template library is a market for adobe to sell heinously overpriced title templates.
i look forward to a year's worth of bug-riddled releases that will grind our workflows to a halt.
okay, remind me what kind of look we're getting here ? i don't really get it ...
and that would be about a terabyte a minute in storage ?
seriously ? that first clip .... i noticed the Bigger continuity error, but i didn't notice the jacket error. look at the cutaways of the train passing by .... in one scene, it has advertising all over the side of it ... two cuts later, as it leaves the vicinity, it's a clean train with no ads ..... the film maker never noticed that ?