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Premiere and Post Oxford April Meeting
Date and Time
April 19, 2012 07:30 PM - 09:30 PM (GMT Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London, Canary Islands)
Film Oxford 54 Catherine Street Oxford OX4 3AH
Alun Ward will demo the Photoshop CS6 beta (get it here: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/photoshopcs6/) and he and Glenn Clarkson will talk about some of the upcoming features in Creative Suite 6 and the Creative Cloud and their recent trip to Adobe HQ.
Dariusz Dziala is going to talk mainly about upgrades to Premiere Pro and After Effects in CS6.
Premiere Pro is getting a few new features that help professionals to speed the workflow, including improved trimming, adjustment layers, new keyboard shortcuts, better multicamera editing and more.
After Effects CS6 offers faster RAM preview, 3D camera tracking, rolling shutter repair, conversion of Illustrator vector graphics to shape layers, raytraced motion graphics and other improvements.
Dariusz is also going to say a few words about two new video applications – SpeedGrade for color grading and Prelude for ingest, logging and transcoding.
Quick Character Motion in Flash Jim Gwilliam, a sometime animator and film maker in Oxford. He also moonlights doing games.
Flash has got excellent motion capabilies to make character animation quick and easy to do, making it the firm favourite of people like me with dubious quantities of talent. The idea is to show people how to get a walking character movement created quickly in Flash, using just simple motion animation - no coding or other voodoo. I'm going illustrate how the basic motion tweening in Flash can be used to get characters moving realistically in a short time, so you can get on with the important business of drawing silly faces and hats and laser guns on them.
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