Once a thread passes 150 posts or so, you can assume that it's taken a turn or two, and this one sure has. From a casual query on the relative merits of Apple and Adobe's approach to integrating third-party interface elements in their NLEs, this thread has evolved to include screen layouts, keyboard shortcuts, business models, and careful consideration of why some applications -- including FCPX, Premiere Pro, Resolve, and Media Composer -- are especially well-suited to particular tasks. So what about you? Do some jobs have you reaching for specific tools every time? How does this work for you in practice?
How's THIS for another way that Blackmagic is changing the game? World class headline news, direct to you, no waiting in line at NAB. Following last month's press conference on BMD's broadcast products, CEO Grant Petty walks us through new control surfaces for DaVinci Resolve starting at $995, and the dynamite new Ursa Mini Pro camera ideal for digital cinema AND broadcast studios, starting at $5995 -- both available NOW, no less!
If you're reading this, it’s all but certain that you’ve at some point in your career made money using an Adobe product. With the Adobe Stock Contributor Portal comes a twist: Adobe now provides a platform for you to upload your footage, photos, and vector illustrations for sale into the libraries available to every Creative Cloud subscriber around the world, inside the Creative Cloud applications they’re using every day, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and more.
Adobe Creative Cloud is no longer just a place to make stuff, or a place to buy stuff from the existing content already available at Adobe Stock. Creative Cloud is well-positioned to become the premiere place to SELL stuff too.