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Motion details, my session and an EXCLUSIVE discount deal:

Note: The park in this video is one of my “creative spaces” I go to get out of the studio and regain focus. It’s generally very quiet and works wonders. What are some of your creative escapes? Leave a comment and let me know.

Motion 2011 and The Adobe Post Show are back-to-back conferences coming October 9-14. Both take place in Albuquerque.

Motion brings together the top creatives in the motion graphics, visual effects and animation industries to share what drives their creativity. The format is audience-interactive “TED Talks” style.

The Adobe Post Show immediately follows Motion. It features intermediate to advanced level training in the Adobe Production Premium applications. I am presenting a hands-on LAB session called “The Reel World: Final Cut Pro to Premiere Pro” amongst many other great sessions.

There is nothing else like Motion in our industry.

Exclusive Promo Codes
$100 off either Motion 2011 or The Adobe Post Show via promo code: REELmo11
$175 off the already-discounted price for both conferences via promo code: REELmoPS11

(the combo is the best deal as it nets you a $1200 value for just $874!)

To register click here

The eSeminar I presented earlier today is now live.

Ask A CS Pro: Updating Your Demo Reel with Premiere Pro

In this eSeminar, I talk about the importance of demo reels and provide an introduction to Premiere Pro, especially from the FCP editors point of view. I also demonstrate how to move FCP 7 projects to Premiere Pro via XML.

This is an Adobe Connect session. You can get to it by clicking either image below.

 

 

This Friday, I will be presenting an eSeminar on behalf of Adobe, entitled:
Ask a CS Pro: Update Your Demo Reel with Premiere Pro

 

Title: Ask a CS Pro: Update Your Demo Reel with Premiere Pro
Time: Friday, August 5, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. PT
Location: http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/askcspro

More Info:
In this week’s Ask a CS Pro, Carey Dissmore will talk about the importance of demo reels, and provide an overview of the editing workflow in Premiere Pro from the perspective of an editor who is comfortable with Final Cut Pro. Carey will also share the similarities, differences and unique advantages of Premiere Pro, including its tight integration with other products in the Adobe Production Premium bundle such as After Effects, Photoshop and Audition.

We’ll see you Friday, August 5, at 12 p.m. PT in our Connect Room: http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/askcspro. The room will open up 15 minutes before the session starts. At this time, please sign in as a guest to join.

Session start time for other time zones follows: http://bit.ly/qWKv5b

About Carey Dissmore:

Carey Dissmore is a television and media production professional with 25 years in the business. His work spans the broadcast news, entertainment, advertising, documentary and corporate ranges. He considers himself an editor first, with a heavy amount of motion graphics design as well. He uses an enormous number of tools but the biggies are Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, After Effects and the full Adobe suite. Carey is currently working on shows for Food Network and Spike TV, while also designing, editing and animating a series of corporate and medical projects.

Carey founded the International Media Users Group and the MediaMotion Ball at NAB, establishing it as a strong user community event that has been running since 1998. He is active on the MediaMotion IMUG and AE email lists that he helps administer.

Carey is principal of Carey Dissmore Productions, Inc., based in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Disclosure by Carey: I’m not an Adobe employee, but they are funding and hosting this eSeminar. Having said that, Adobe has encouraged me to be really honest and straightforward. This presentation is of my own design, prepared from my own perspective.