Posts Tagged ‘ premiere pro

Radical Media CTO Evan Schectman Talks The State Of The NLE

This is a must-see as @radical.media’s CTO Evan Schectman goes to Tekserve to discuss the current state of the NLE. @radical.media in New York City recently went all-in with Final Cut Pro X, Evan knows his stuff.

You should also check out his first look at FCP X from last summer. (Hat tip: Ray Sigmond)

RED EPIC-X With Filmmaker Jeremy Wiles

I had a chance recently to meet with Jeremy Wiles of Creative Lab in West Palm Beach, Florida, to check out his RED EPIC-X, learn his production and post-production workflow (he uses the latest version of Premiere Pro for Windows) and essentially get to know the EPIC-X. I did a write-up of it over at Digital Producer, so check it out!

Sync Your Audio And Video Quickly With PluralEyes

I did a review of Singular Software’s excellent PluralEyes, which syncs video and audio from separate sources, quickly and easily. It’s remarkable software, and I love that if you have footage from multiple cameras, it can sync, and if you wish, replace the audio with a clean track! It’s available for Final Cut Pro X and FCP 7, Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, Sony Vegas Pro and EDIUS. Check out my review of PluralEyes at Digital Media Net.