Adobe Creative Cloud and HP Webinar Notes and Links

I want to thank hundreds of people that virtually attended my Moviola Webinar Session yesterday. It was a pleasure to do and I want to personally Thank my long time friend Michael Horton for hosting.

Moviola Webinar

This seminar will be available as a free download thanks to the sponsorship from MelroseMac, Adobe and HP.

Here are the Links I referenced in the Webinar.

An FAQ on Adobe’s Creative Cloud

An FAQ on Adobe Anywhere 

Adobe Broadcast Solutions  

Calvin Klein’s Downtown Fragrance ad on YouTube.

David Fincher directed this shoot and the entire project was handled end to end in Premiere Pro 6 on HP’s Z820 Workstations and
CUDA empowering Nvidia cards.

RED Digital Cinema
Information regarding RED’s ongoing support for the HP / Adobe Premiere RED Workstations including the 2012 NAB video interview with Ted Schilowitz 

CreativeCloudUser.com

Creative Cloud User, your source for Adobe specific information

Creative Cloud User.com,
your source for Adobe specific information

Adobe and HP Specific information and online guides 

hp.com/go/zworkstations

hp.com/go/ME

hp.com/go/adobe

hp.com/go/switch

hp.com/go/mobileworkstations

tv.adobe.com

nvidia.com/builtforadobepros 

If you need HP specific guidance for your configuration choices 

North America:  hp.com/go/workstationfinder 

APA:  hp.com/apac/workstations 

I would also like to thank MelroseMac for the support
and effort by their entire team.

www.melrosemac.com

info@melrosemac.com

 @melrosemac.com on Twitter 

 

 

CreativeCloudUser.com

OK,

I have been offline working and traveling on a new project for the last couple of weeks, I apologize for the lack of connecting with you.

Myself, along with Rod Harlan, Rich Harrington and Robbie Carmen have launched a new tech and training resource designed specifically for people working with or migrating to the Adobe Video platform.

http://CreativeCloudUser.com launched in May at the AdobeMax Conference.

CCU

CreativeCloudUser.com has been designed for the way information is acquired and disseminated. Our content is served up to you in segments that you will be able to understand and enjoy within your fast paced, mobile lifestyle, with content tailored to fit into small, but extremely efficient bite-sized segments. We have planned to offer a wide variety of content and information about all things Creative Cloud and also cover hardware and item’s of interest to the Production and Post Production artist.

It’s just starting now, but take a look and let us know how you feel about the content and website.

gary

Monday at AdobeMax, breaking bounds and showing off by including TypeKit in the Cloud.

AdobeMax kicked off in the Nokia Theatre yesterday in a wildly colorful and often humorous presentations launching what we have been calling Adobe”Next” since it’s public announcement at NAB.

So by now everyone knows that Adobe has abandoned the box in favor of the digital download format we all embrace on our phone and what Apple users were forced into using on their desktops a couple of years ago.

Frankly I could not be happier, I am not harried by not having a disk and being connected is becoming more and more a part of our working and lifestyles. IMHO The CreativeCloud versions of Adobe’s product lines is only disconcerting if you are a pirate or live a non-connective lifestyle.

Rich is cutting his audio podcast while waiting for the shot to begin

Rich Harrington cutting his audio podcast while waiting for the show to begin at the Nokia Theatre.

I have been playing with a few of the soon to be released titles, with some of my tools becoming simpler to use, while others gained from their conversion. Photoshop’s ability to deal with “camera shake” looks as if it evolved from the wonderfully resourceful HDR toolset, while the added capabilities of direct accessing “CameraRaw” with a far greater level of control and adjustments.

We have all seen sneak peaks at what is in AfterEffects, Premiere and Speedgrade, but the Photoshop and the announcement that Illustrator now has “Touch Type”  while enabled for touch surfaces, Touch Type really astounded me by allowing full access to the full vector information in a single character without having to separate or break apart the word.

Also astounding was the announcement that Typekit is now included in your Creative Cloud Membership, nothing like tossing in $10K in fonts as part of your online toolkit to stimulate the adoption

The stage was an impressive way to hide the single person on stage

The stage was an impressive way to hide the single person on stage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Little surprised the audience at the Nokia Theatre more than the announcement of Project Mighty, a pen-based CreativeCloud connected device that can actually carry your preferences from device to device.

For current info on Project Mighty go here

For current info on Project Mighty go to adobe.com/go/projectmighty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3 of AdobeMax covers the next generation of innovative genius that Adobe has kept offering us. I cannot wait for the sneak previews.