Modern Marketing LIVE and Mo Jogie, Design and Strategy Director at MSD, hosted the online Adobe Creative Cloud 2020 Power Half Hour online on 20 August. The session focused on how users can bring their ideas to life with Adobe applications for video editing, visual effects, animation and more.
Adobe Premiere Rush
Premiere Pro works seamlessly with other apps and services, including Photoshop, After Effects, Adobe Audition and Adobe Stock. Open a Motion Graphics template from After Effects, customise one from Adobe Stock or integrate with hundreds of third-party extensions. Premiere Pro comes with Premiere Rush, a new all-in-one app that works across all devices. Film and edit on your phone, then share to social from your device or desktop, or open Rush files in Premiere Pro to take them even further.
Automated tools powered by Adobe Sensei save time so users can focus on their story. Integrated workflows let you polish your work without leaving your timeline and allow you to edit footage in any format, from 8K to virtual reality. Native file support, lightweight proxy workflows and faster ProRes HDR let you work the way you want with your media, even on mobile workstations.
Adobe After Effects
Adobe After Effects is a digital visual effects, motion graphics, and compositing application developed by Adobe Systems and used in the post-production process of film making, video games and television production. Among other things, After Effects can be used for keying, tracking, compositing and animation.
You can Animate titles, credits and lower thirds. Start from scratch or with presets available right from the app. From spin to swipe to slide — your text is on the move. It allows you to combine videos and images to create anything you can imagine. Choose exciting effects from hundreds of options, remove unwanted objects or people and create VR videos to drop your audience right into the action.
You can draw a shape multiple times or duplicate the shape automatically. The Repeater path operation lets you multiply a shape and transform its properties to achieve different results. You’ll use the Repeater path operation to duplicate a shape that was created in Adobe Illustrator and then pasted into the path property of a shape layer in the project file.