Forum Replies Created

Page 129 of 129
  • Dennis Radeke

    October 29, 2008 at 5:12 pm in reply to: premiere or final cut pro?

    Your US editor should be able to move from FCP to Premiere Pro without much difficulty. There are even FCP (version 3) shortcuts that are available in Premiere Pro. Basic functionality is the same between the apps (j,k,l,i,o, etc.) I find that most editors have no problems moving, though there are some differences.

    That being said, if you finish FCP, you can capture your clips to Quicktime and then export your EDL. FCP should be able to read it without much difficulty.

  • Dennis Radeke

    October 21, 2008 at 4:51 pm in reply to: CS4 breaks basic editing habits

    You can map the source targeting functions. The problem is that Adobe is running out of keyboard shortcuts!

  • Dennis Radeke

    October 21, 2008 at 4:47 pm in reply to: CS4 breaks basic editing habits

    Hey Kevin, You can still take video or audio separately to the timeline via the source panel. there are two icons right beneath the video.

  • Dennis Radeke

    October 21, 2008 at 4:39 pm in reply to: adobe premiere pro cs3 crushes at start

    Try updating Premiere Pro to the latest version (3.2). You can get it at the Adobe website. If that doesn’t work, try downloading a current nvidia driver for your graphics card.

  • Dennis Radeke

    September 29, 2008 at 3:23 pm in reply to: Ultra CS4?

    Ultra is not included in the Production Premium bundle this time as Adobe’s goal was to have complete parity between Mac and PC versions. You do have an excellent green screen program called Keylight that is a part of AFter Effects for many years.

Page 129 of 129

We use anonymous cookies to give you the best experience we can.
Our Privacy policy | GDPR Policy