PSA for Video Editors: Using Catalina With Network Storage

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The highly anticipated Mac Pro and the latest version of Apple’s MacBook Pro (Nov. 2019) are shipping with macOS Catalina, and it’s causing issues for some pro video users.

With two new Apple devices shipping with macOS Catalina, thousands of users are upgrading their existing systems, and thousands more are wondering if they should make the leap.

If you’re undecided about whether or not you should upgrade, or you’ve already ordered the latest Mac Pro tower or MacBook Pro, here’s what you need to know.

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February 13, 2020 by Andrew McKay in BLOG

EDL, XML, and AAF: The 3 Methods for Premiere Pro to Resolve Roundtrip Workflows

Premiere Pro and Blackmagic Resolve both offer incredibly powerful standalone features. Even though Adobe and Blackmagic are actively battling it out in a war for our timelines, using the two applications together opens up an entirely new world of possibility.

While the Premiere Pro Lumetri Color panel allows for some speedy color grading and automatic adjustments, many teams benefit from using Resolve’s in-depth color grading tools alongside an Adobe Premiere Pro editing workflow. Thankfully, both applications support a large variety of file types and formats, which makes for a very complementary experience.

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February 4, 2020 by Ana Lafser in BLOG

8 of the Best Editing and Filmmaking Podcasts


One of the greatest things about podcasts is that there’s always a show (or eight) for everyone. Every topic or niche, no matter how obscure, is represented. Editing and filmmaking are no exception.

With so many to choose from, how do you find the best podcasts about video production? You’re in luck, we did some of the work for you.

We put together some of our favorite podcasts for editors, filmmakers, and VFX artists. Geek out over in-depth interviews with your Hollywood heroes, gain new insights into the craft, and let these podcasts transport you onto some of the biggest sets and cutting room floors, all in a day’s commute.

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January 29, 2020 by Andrew McKay in BLOG

Using the ShareBrowser Panel with Premiere Pro Search Bins

 
Earlier this year, we launched the ShareBrowser Panel, a new way for teams to manage media and interact with their storage systems from inside of Premiere and After Effects.

The ShareBrowser panel brings all of your files, metadata, and bins seamlessly into your Premiere Pro or After Effects projects. If you’re already using ShareBrowser, you know how valuable metadata can be—especially when you’re always digging through Broll and stock footage libraries or trying to find finished projects after they’ve been delivered or even after they’ve been sent to archive. But there are also a few neat tricks you can use to take advantage of the metadata you’re entering into ShareBrowser. Like search bins.

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November 4, 2019 by SNS Editor in BLOG

Introducing ShareBrowser 5.0.3

ShareBrowser 5.0.3 is here! With it comes new ways to work inside of Final Cut Pro X and Adobe After Effects, support for audio file previews, new ways to explore media, and better ways to manage third party NAS storage and keep track of your cloud backups in Amazon S3.

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August 12, 2019 by Andrew McKay in BLOG
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