While at Premiere Pro World we were able to interview two presenters: Kanen Flowers of That Studio and Maxim Jago, an Adobe Master Trainer. We talked with them for a bit on what Premiere Pro World is all about, and what each of their respective presentations were about.
Kanen Flowers will be known to many, as his diverse creative endeavors have him involved in many different productions at the same time. So it was only natural that his presentation be on post workflow among a large team that’s spread over not only one country, but the world over. As you can see in the video below, his team was able to use Adobe Creative Cloud in conjunction with a number of other services (Dropbox, Trello, etc.) to create their trailer. Kanen flat out says that to do it all in another NLE would simply be impossible, as the workflow in Adobe is the best they’ve experienced.
As for his views on Premiere Pro World, Kanen explains that even though he already “loved Adobe products, but the opportunity to meet the people behind them just makes me love [the products] even more”.
You can catch Kanen at the next Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group (LACPUG) meeting on August 27th, where he will discuss “…the future of indie filmmaking and what’s possible for rebels who embrace new software, tools and techniques.”
You can find out more about Kanen Flowers at either Kanen.me or ThatStudio.com.
Maxim Jago is a Master Trainer for Adobe Premiere Pro, and he frequently presents for Adobe at various events. For example he’ll be presenting at this year’s IBC on the Adobe stage. He praised Adobe for their active support of creative individuals and providing them the tools they need to be as such. When it comes to Premiere Pro World, Jago praised its overall focus. The opportunity to have all Adobe’s master trainers in one place to interface and present to the user base he noted to be another highlight of the weekend.
You can find out more about Maxim Jago at his website, MaximJago.com.
If you missed this very first Premiere Pro World Conference, you should definitely make plans soon, and you can find out more on their website at PremiereWorldConf.com.
Although for After Effects, Future Media Concepts is producing the upcoming After Effects World Conference coming up this September in Seattle.