Category: Software

Premiere Pro 22.3 is here and it's a step... forward?

Premiere Pro 22.3 is here and it introduces some changes that will definitely push away some season editors. So I thought I'd share my perspective on the new release. I hope you find it helpful. 1. This release brings the first stage of native integration into Adobe's ecosystem. And that's great news for most of […]

ShareBrowser: MAM Software for Creative Professionals

I started my adventure with creative artwork in photography.  Once I bought my first digital camera, Nikon D100, I embraced programs like Photoshop Camera RAW or Lightroom. Not only could I edit pictures with them but also manage thousands of photos in an easy way.  When I transitioned to filmmaking and eventually editing, I was […]

11 New Features in Premiere Pro 15.4

Even though I made a lot of videos about Premiere Pro features and how efficient you can be in that NLE, I made it obvious that there are things about Premiere that I don’t like at all. Like for example, Markers panel experience. I also complained many times that they are not improving features they […]

What's New in Premiere Pro 2021 (15.0)

The title says it all - Premiere Pro 15.0 is here. There are a few new features in Adobe's video ecosystem and I think of it as my duty to let you know about them, together with my commentary 🙂 1. New Captions Workflow Meaning the new Text panel I already talked about in the […]

Premiere Pro will transcribe your footage

I took a first look at the early access version of the speech-to-text feature in Premiere Pro. As a reminder, Adobe announced a new Captioning Workflow coming to Premiere (at last!). You can already test it yourself in Premiere Pro Beta as I did in this video: But they also announced an automatic speech-to-text feature meaning […]

Everything you need to know about Audition’s Remix feature

This is an extract from The Editing Chef. While it can always be done manually, Audition’s remix feature uses powerful AI to shorten or lengthen virtually any piece of instrumental* music. Because it can save a lot of work, or whenever you are stuck trying manually (or simply arrhythmic), it’s often worth a try. Often […]

Scene Cut Detection (Premiere Pro vs DaVinci Resolve)

I’ve always used Resolve to automatically detect cuts for a rendered video. Adobe just announced that Premiere Pro will have that option as well. But how does it compare to Resolve? First, I need to stress the fact that this feature is still in development. I’m using a beta build to check how it works […]

Kyno on steroids (1.8 release)

Kyno 1.8 will be most useful for Blackmagic Design fans but all users will appreciate Incremental Transcoding and some of the other updates. Full List of Updates Blackmagic RAW support Playback and transcoding for Blackmagic RAW files are now available for both Standard and Pro editions.  You can change a preview resolution if you’re working […]

What’s new in Premiere Pro 14.2

"Efficiency and Performance to Maximize Creativity" is Adobe's logline for May 2020 release. Let's see what it's all about. Not a long time ago Productions were introduced to Premiere Pro and now we get another update. What a treat! 🙂 Filter the Effect Controls Panel There's a new funnel icon at the bottom of the […]


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