Many editors currently proficient with FCP 7 have been left to wonder where they are to go once the workhorse editing system reaches the end of its useful life. FCP X is a radical departure from traditional NLEs, and Avid may be a little too much of a leap for many. The middle ground right now is Adobe’s Premiere Pro CS 5.5, the powerful NLE that comes along with the other production tools of CS 5.5.
FilmmakingWebinars.com has announced a free live webinar airing on Thursday, October 20th at 10:00 AM PDT that will help FCP 7 editors make this transition to Premiere Pro. Instead of offering a full breakdown of Premiere Pro and its abilities, FilmmakingWebinars.com will display a true side by side demonstration of how functions in FCP 7 transfer into Premiere Pro.
Presenter Alex Udell is a full time video editor and motion graphics designer for an advertising agency in south Florida where he uses Final Cut Studio and Adobe tools on a daily basis to create broadcast content. Over his 18 year career in the video industry he has made the transition from linear to nonlinear editor and worked as a trainer and consultant deploying workgroups based around various solutions including those from Apple and Adobe.
If all that wasn’t enough, Gold Sponsor Adobe will be giving away a full version copy of Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium. That’s a suite that includes Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop Extended, Audition, and many other applications!
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