On this Episode, Steve Forde teases us with an unannounced Adobe products, talks After Effects, Adobe, products, editing, finishing and clarifies that After Effects is in fact a "64 bit" application.
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Alternate Show Titles
- 50 Dials to Fiddle
- Not 32 bit
- I don't hate it...
- Something new...
- Pull a Motion
This episode of That Post Show was edited by the talented Ryan Jacobi. Ryan is the Dark Lord of Adobe Audition (that's a Star Wars-ish reference).
That Post Show is sponsored by Adobe Production Premium.
This episode of That Post Show is sponsored by Noise Industries -- they make fxFactory. So, you know, that's cool.
Kanen is the troublemaker behind Scruffy.TV -- he is the host of [That Post Show] and Scruffy Thinking, and the Writer & Creative Director for That Media Show and the upcoming HERO PUNK web-series. He writes code and generates words and pictures, sometimes together. You can follow him on twitter.
Steve Forde joined Adobe in 2011 as senior product manager for After Effects, the industry-leading software for creating sophisticated motion graphics and cinematic visual effects. In this role, Forde oversees extending After Effects into new markets and workflows. Forde is an experienced executive and co-founder of multiple businesses within media and emerging technology. Steve joined Adobe from Gridiron Software where he was co-founder/CEO and CTO.
Music and Lyrics
Information about the music and lyrics for the shows, available at Scruffy Thinking: lyrics.
My Steve Forde Notes
x Warp Stabilizer in Premiere x Dynamic linking, the future or one app? (from your perspective) x Terrible twiddle-fiddlers for effects in PrPro - like keyer, better in AE x One sentence - Bridge... x Real-time playback, 32 bit x (Easy q?) How long have you been at Adobe? x Have you thought about an After Effects successor (like Motion was for Apple) x What do you think about Element 3D?