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Adobe Production Suite: August 2011 Archives

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More and more of our students are exploring a move from Final Cut Studio to Adobe's Production Premium bundle of Creative Suite software–especially with Adobe's 50% discount for pros who switch.  If you're an FCP 7 editor, you'll feel right at home in Adobe Premiere, and you can be confident that the features you love most from Final Cut Pro are available, although they're probably hiding somewhere new.

For example, Final Cut Pro 7 places basic clip attributes in the Motion tab of the Viewer.  When you rotate, resize, crop or position a clip in the Canvas, you're really just taking a shortcut to set the clip's attributes that appear in the Viewer's Motion tab.  In Premiere, it's harder to manipulate clips' geometry directly in the "Canvas."
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Changing your clip's Wireframe in the Canvas actually changes attributes in the Viewer's Motion Tab

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