Remember the old days? :-( by Brian Cooney 4 years ago It seems to me and I don't totally blame Adobe, but with things moving so fast OS upgrade after OS revamp, it's no wonder I can't get a real stable editing system that will last and still take advanta
Re: Remember the old days? :-( by Brian Cooney 4 years ago Very well said! Telly Award Winning Editor and Motion Gfx Artist with MotionFoundry, Inc., Nashville, TN. Former Head of Post Production, Coca-Cola Studios Atlanta, GA.
AE CC on Macbook Pro Retina by Brian Cooney 6 years ago I was looking into purchasing a new Macbook Pro for the road but then discovered the RAM is hardwired to the board and only allows 16GB max. Wondering if I should just buy a previous model and be able
Re: AE CC on Macbook Pro Retina by Brian Cooney 6 years ago thanks.. so CUDA and Mercury playback engine should be just fine Telly Award Winning Editor, Motion Gfx Artist, Colorist MotionFoundry, Inc. Post: Verizon, GM, Kohl's, 3 Doors Down, L'Oreal, IKEA, Kel
Premiere encoding by Brian Cooney 8 years ago I've been using FCP since 2000 and getting poised for having to migrate over to another platform in the coming year or 2. Does anyone know if premiere has something similar to compressor that can be u
Re: Premiere encoding by Hector berrebi 8 years ago John-Michael Seng-Wheeler "Why exactly " the offline stage of a feature film is long and editing-intensive. people tend to shoot way over 10:1 ratios thats at least 1000 minutes for a 90 minute film