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Adobe Premiere Pro 2015.3 Drops Video Card Support

Published on July 6, 2016, by in Post, Software.

Apparently Premiere Pro 2015.3 drops support for some video cards, which they now consider “legacy.” Some of the info is behind a LinkedIn members-only group, so I’m reposting it here. These are the cards that have apparently been dropped: GTX-200 series GTX-300 series GTX-400 series GTX-500 series GTX-600 series FX4800 Quadro K2000 Quadro FX series and

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AVerMedia ExtremeCap U3: Review, Walkthrough & Quality Comparisons

AVerMedia sent me one of their new ExtremeCap U3 capture units, which promises 1080p60 H.264 and uncompressed capture options for under $200. I’ve spent the past month putting it through its paces. Check out the video coverage:    

 
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OS X Mavericks Production Software & Driver Compatibility

In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, OS X Mavericks (10.9) released yesterday, and it’s free. But should you upgrade? If you’re in production, check this list first to see if your software is compatible. Obviously this list is only current as of 10/23/2013 – I doubt I’ll be proactive enough to come back

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Mid-June Madness: E3, WWDC, and More!

June is going to be pretty nuts for those of us in the tech/content space. E3 and WWDC plus some big product launches from Adobe and Avid mean it’s going to pretty hard to keep track of everything. But not to fear! I made myself a handy list of all the events – and more

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In Brilliant Move, Adobe Makes CS2 Illegally Free

The internet was aflutter earlier this week over reports that Adobe had quietly made CS2 freely available for download. While not current software by any means, many users were excited about a chance to maybe learn Photoshop or other programs without a significant financial commitment. Well, as most things are, it was too good to

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Video Game Recording Hardware Round-Up

I get a lot of people asking me about the best way to capture gameplay. It’s not a simple answer: there’s a wide range of options, from very consumer-focused products all the way up to the same stuff TV shows and movies use. Your own “best way” is going to be determined by your specific

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Adobe Releases New Features Exclusively to Creative Cloud Members

Published on August 28, 2012, by in Post, Software.

Adobe seems to be following through on its promise to release features to its Creative Cloud subscribers before retail customers. Today, CC subscribers have access to some new features in Illustrator – those features, as well as upcoming September releases, are detailed in the press release:   New features in this Adobe Illustrator release include:

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Muzzle Flashes and DV Rebels

Published on August 13, 2012, by in Post, Software.

Rich Young at ProVideo Coalition has compiled a massive list of resources for creating muzzle flashes in After Effects. While that’s pretty awesome on its own, I was pleased to see both Freddie Wong and Corridor Digital included in the list. For those who don’t know, these are both big names in YouTube world. Fewer than

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Is Adobe Creative Cloud Worth It?

Adobe’s generated a lot of buzz with their Creative Cloud, launched in April of this year. The idea is that you subscribe and pay a monthly fee for access to the entire Master Collection. Cancel the subscription, lose your access. The flipside is that you constantly have access to the latest version, possibly before the

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