Update: The feature was added in the October 2014 release, a few weeks after writing this note. See the short tutorial here.
One of the features in the soon incoming release of Premiere Pro is the ability to change clip names and labels project-wide. It’s a feature request coming mostly from the former FCP users, who were used to inflicting changes that propagate throughout the bins and timelines. It’s nice and I can see uses for it, but it also sets a very interesting precedent, which I believe should be exploited to push for another, much more useful feature – primacy of project metadata over file metadata. see more →
This year’s IBC gave me an opportunity to experience two very different kinds of 3D projection. One was Douglas Trumbull’s short movie “Ufotog”, and another the projection of “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” on 6P Christie laser projector and Dolby Atmos sound system. see more →
Quite often I hear from new users that SpeedGrade is not intuitive, difficult, and completely different from any other Adobe application. Curious but unaware people are quickly discouraged by its seemingly complicated and impenetrable interface. In some sense this is true, there are complex and dark places in SpeedGrade frequented only by those few who dare, but with each release, the software is becoming more and more similar to this company’s most famous application – the ubiquitous Photoshop. see more →