Adobe Max is absolutely one of the best conferences I get a chance to go to. The people, the show floor, the event itself - amazing.
Here are the session notes:
- Thousands of Frames
- Avoid the Mistakes
- On the Cheap (plus 2 Premiere effect settings)
- Power Tips in Post
- Practical Video Compression in a Post Youtube World (plus several Media Encoder settings)
Yes, you can email me - yes, you can hire me too :D.
Oh, and if you have a picture of mine - either tag me on Facebook or email me directly - I'd love to have the picture!
UPDATE: Here is an upload link if you have a photo. It's good for about 1 week
Absolutely a blast.
I saw a bunch of old friends and made a bunch of new ones. It doesn't get better than that.
I'll post some more later, but wanted to get my sessions posted ASAP.
- Switching to FCPX from FCP7 (or any other editor)
- Smarter Editing in FCPX
- Designing 4k Workflows
- Realistic Compression in a Post YouTube World
- Practical Compression: Getting the most out of Compressor
- Optimizing and Troubleshooting your editing system
Yes, feel free to reach out to say hi, ask questions. Please remember the next 2-3 weeks, it's key to review everything!
Given how many sessions I did - this is a quick posting of the notes (as they happen.)
Here are all the talks:
- Indepth Host and Sell your content
- Switchers Guide to Windows
- Designing a 4k edit system
- Maximizing Performance Optimizing Ppro for Win and Mac
- Maximizing Performance Optimizing Avid for Win and Mac
- Maximizing Performance Optimizing FCPX for Mac
- Compression workshop
- h.264 and Beyond
Dubai and CabSat!
Just a couple of pictures from my iPhone.
Always a great time being in Dubai. Saw some friends, made some new ones and had great sessions (due to the audience!)
If you'd like the sessions notes - here they are. And yes, you're allowed to email me and ask followup questions!
Had an absolute blast teaching in DC.
It's always loads of fun. The show floor is usually about an hour or two of walking and talking, the educational sessions have the most value.
Here are there three sessions I taught.
And yes, if you have a question about these sessions or something else, you're supposed to reach out and email me!
Gratuitous picture of my parking space at the Fox Studio Lot:
Meanwhile, the last session I did at Adobe Max was on Color Correction.
For those of you who took the class - keep in mind the formula to work with 3 way CC...and the reverse for Curves. And that Adobe SpeedGrade has the same generalized toolset - just laid out differently.
Updated notes for Premiere Precision Techniques can be downloaded here.
Meanwhile, I thought I should share a picture - some six thousand plus people at Adobe Max.
Oh yeah, if you were thinking of coming to this conference and didn't - Microsoft gave everybody a Surface 3 Pro. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with mine, but I'm blown away what can be done in Photoshop and Illustrator with a touch interface
For those of you who attended - thanks for coming!
As I said at the event - NOW is the best time to review your notes. Don't wait until next week. 5-10 minutes per session. Totally worth it.
I met so many wonderful people. A silly selfie of me at one of the talks
On a series note, I apologize if I was a little withdrawn - my father passed about 2 weeks ago and it was dicey if I was going to even be able to attend the event at all.
As always, please be in touch. find me on your favorite social network and feel free to ask questions/drop a line etc.
At the last moment, I decided to jump in and help Liron Golan's Talk about Troubleshooting.
This is his slide deck with a couple of additions
Added were slides specifically about Adobe Premiere Pro troubleshooting (at the project level) as well as a slide about shared environments (SAN)
As always, feel free to drop a line if you have a question open still from the event.
This session covered some interface adjustments (lose the buttons already!), including how to really handle and configure the timeline, covered three point editorial, and delved into trimming.
I've mentioned this enough - here it is. 20 tips, 20 minutes, no extra junk.