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  • Dennis Radeke

    July 31, 2019 at 4:31 pm

    I like the FilmicPro app and guys involved with it. I use it for submitting to Stock when I don’t have a DSLR or other camera around.

    Dennis – Adobe guy

  • Dennis Radeke

    June 25, 2019 at 11:43 am

    I used to miss the 17″ but now I don’t think it is as necessary.

    And you may be joking about the thinness and thermal throttling, but you might be spot on.

  • Dennis Radeke

    October 16, 2018 at 1:39 pm

    [Bill Davis] “So open iMovie files in FCP X brought forward 2 years or so?

    Welcome aboard, Adobe!”

    You sound strident and a bit lost when you say things like this.

    I could list all of the things that other editors have copied from Premiere Pro, but we generally take the high road and more to the point, this isn’t Adobe imitating an iMovie to FCX workflow.

    Adobe is offering a new tool and workflow to creatives, especially those without deep editing chops to make story creation easier.

    I get it, you like FCX. As a matter of fact, I think we all get it.

  • Dennis Radeke

    October 16, 2018 at 1:34 pm

    [Oliver Peters] “The strategy is start on a mobile device and finish on the desktop”

    I would edit it to say, “The strategy is to create, edit and deliver with whatever device you prefer or have handy.”

  • Dennis Radeke

    September 12, 2018 at 3:20 pm

    [David Mathis] “wondering whether there is a month to month plan without an annual contract”

    David – there is a month to month option that you can find on the plans page. There is also a credit pack option that is also available which can be found on the same link.

    Cheers,
    Dennis

  • Dennis Radeke

    September 11, 2018 at 8:41 pm

    [Bill Davis] “The Adobe approach has kinda been like their software approach, everything remains primarily ADOBE property that you just rent. (Yes, they pay royalties to some asset creators, but Adobe manages everything and remains the “primary contractor” for all intents and purposes.””

    Let me also quote you to give part of my response:

    [Bill Davis] “Sigh.”

    Your response is mostly factually incorrect and in the case of any stock outlet, having another company like Adobe, Pond5, etc take care of the dirty work (like hosting, promoting, marketing, integration, etc) is a GOOD thing. Stock is a great way to create another revenue stream that can work for you. For people that need meet deadlines, Stock can be a great time saver. As for finding the right clip amongst millions, we have added a lot of powerful filters including visual search to help you hone in on what you need.

    You’re looking at Adobe Stock in the wrong way: Fully realized, Stock is a way that Adobe can pay YOU to help create you living.

  • Dennis Radeke

    March 2, 2018 at 4:11 pm

    Just chiming in as I come over once in a while to see what’s going on.

    A ton that I’d like to chime in on but will be brief and circumspect as I’ve always tried.

    Where’s the marketplace today?
    – There’s a lot of outlets including Adobe Stock that offer the ability to sell your footage. There are at least a few differences between the marketplaces but all have something to offer.

    Is there an opportunity for making ‘beer money’ or much more?
    – Assuming your content is interesting and viable, then I generally say that people get from stock sites what they put into them. If you put in a hundred clips, you’re going to make beer money. If you’re a regular shooter and you’re taking time to get stock shots and upload them to the sites and ultimately build a collection of thousands of clips, then you’re going to make a part time living and add some coin to your bank account. Since I’ve moved over to Adobe Stock, I’ve met many people whose full time job is doing nothing but traveling and shooting stock footage. To that point, there will be Rick Ray at the Adobe booth at NAB this year who is one of those people.

    Adobe is also sponsoring a 2 day workshop at NAB in association with Post Production World as well. If you are going to NAB this year and have an interest, here’s a link: Adobe Stock Shooting event

    Why potentially submit to Adobe Stock?
    – best answer is why not? I could wax poetic about the advantages of Adobe Stock, but I always try and walk the line and avoid pushing what might be perceived as an agenda. Reality is that most of the successful contributors put their content on all of the major sites and then they all work for you. The recent article from Daniel Hurst of Via Films is a great example.

    If anyone has any questions, always happy to engage with you.

    Best,
    Dennis – Adobe guy

  • Dennis Radeke

    November 4, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    Premiere internally handles all of the frame rates for you naturally. If memory serves (as I’m not in the DVA team any longer), in the timeline, Premiere natively handles different frame rates and does a good looking playback so you can edit. However, when it is time to encode, it calculates any cadence issues and resolves them with proper rendering.

    That said, if you’re looking to do slow motion shots, 60fps is really even in the game and likely your camera isn’t thinking 60fps is a slow motion mode. Really, 120fps or 240fps is where you start to get into that.

    Hope this helps,
    Dennis – former Adobe video guy.

  • Dennis Radeke

    October 19, 2017 at 12:54 pm

    Hey there!

    Appreciate your response and interest in the legacy titler. While I hear ya on things like stroke, the overwhelming number of people shouted for a new titler as the legacy one was very old and had not been updated in a while. That said, the legacy titler is still there, so have at it!

    I thought I would pop on as there was a part of MAX of which I was directly involved. Yesterday at MAX, Adobe also launched a Motion Graphics templates marketplace on Adobe Stock. I am very proud to have had a hand in making this happen and for Adobe users, it should be a very welcomed addition to their Creative Cloud use. As of this moment, we have over 1,000 templates of which over 100 are free. These are high quality After Effects designs that can be leveraged directly in Premiere Pro.

    Among these, is a small Master Artists Collection which has some extremely high quality free content.

    For Adobe users, I hope you enjoy it and provide some feedback.

    For yesterday’s MAX keynote, go to around 1:50:00 to get to Jason’s portion on mogrts.
    Adobe MAX Keynote

    Best to you all!
    Dennis (former video guy, now Stock guy)

  • Dennis Radeke

    October 19, 2017 at 12:50 pm

    Remember me everybody? ???? I hope you’re all well and I can see a lot of the same folks still chatting on editing, preferred NLE’s and the like!

    I thought I would pop on as there was a part of MAX of which I was directly involved. Yesterday at MAX, Adobe also launched a Motion Graphics templates marketplace on Adobe Stock. I am very proud to have had a hand in making this happen and for Adobe users, it should be a very welcomed addition to their Creative Cloud use. As of this moment, we have over 1,000 templates of which over 100 are free. These are high quality After Effects designs that can be leveraged directly in Premiere Pro.

    Among these, is a small Master Artists Collection which has some extremely high quality free content.

    For Adobe users, I hope you enjoy it and provide some feedback. For FCXer’s, yes, I know! I’ve heard it all before!

    For yesterday’s MAX keynote, go to around 1:50:00 to get to Jason’s portion on mogrts.
    Adobe MAX Keynote

    Best to you all!
    Dennis (former video guy, now Stock guy)

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