Adobe Premiere Pro

Lancit Digital Media Masters Visual Storytelling with EVO

There’s a golden rule in content creation: always tell a good story. Nobody practices that rule quite like Larry Lancit, President and Owner of Lancit Digital Media. In his Emmy-winning career in video production, Lancit has prioritized storytelling above all else. This is clear in his long-running educational program Reading Rainbow, which inspired countless children with books, music, and other media for over 20 years. Reading Rainbow was the first of many children’s programs produced by Larry and Cecily Lancit, and is widely regarded as one of the best shows of the genre.

Skubalon’s “The Cleansing Hour” Possesses Audiences with EVO

“The EVO was an invaluable part of our work. We couldn’t have made the movie without it.” That’s Damien LeVeck, founder of Skubalon, Inc. and director/writer/producer of The Cleansing Hour, a Shudder Original that’s been racking up streams, screams, and rave reviews since its 2020 release. In The Cleansing Hour, Lane (Alix Angelis) transforms from loving fiancée to terrifying antagonist.

Maestro Filmworks Scores with EVO for Esports Production

Located in the City of Brotherly Love, Maestro Filmworks is a full-service media production powerhouse. They’ve produced corporate video and commercials for brands like Google, Pfizer, Deloitte, Asics, Hyatt, Southwest Airlines, and more. Beyond corporate content, Maestro creates narrative and documentary work, broadcast television productions, and educational animations that entertain audiences everywhere. Specializing in commercial, corporate, and broadcast video productions, Maestro Filmworks’ mission is to produce engaging and imaginative films that inform, entertain, and inspire.

Adobe Productions, The Evolution of Shared Projects in Premiere Pro

Say goodbye to projects as you know them. Premiere Pro is entering a new, more feature-friendly era of collaboration. At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Adobe announced a new update coming soon (edit: it’s now available!) to Premiere Pro. And it’s sure to change the way teams use Premiere on large, multi-user projects like episodic television and feature films. It’s called “Productions,” and it’s not-so-much a new feature as it is a reimagining of the way a Premiere “project” is structured. Productions are a new way to manage projects, share assets, and keep everything organized when you’re collaborating with a team. Adobe is taking aim at Hollywood workflows, which shouldn’t come as a surprise to people who have been following Adobe’s rapid expansion into the TV and Film market. A growing number of Hollywood editors and up-and-coming filmmakers alike have been embracing Premiere Pro for a number of years.