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Nov222010

Ask a CS Pro was fun.

I never thought to post a link to this talk that I did for Adobe, mainly because its not a pretty “embed” procedure but if you missed my talk last Monday you can watch a rerun of it here

A bit about viewing it. It is what is called an “Adobe Connect” session. You will be watching a bit flash movie that fills your browser and it will look like you are a part of a live broadcast and you’ll be able to view the chat window on the left side of the screen.

I had never heard of Adobe Connect before a couple months ago. Its pretty damn cool. 

The talk was MY views on the History of Final Cut Pro and there is a bit in there about Randy Ubillos, the man I call the “Godfather of Digital Video”.

Feel free to comment back here if you like it. (or I guess if you don’t like it)

Also, you may want to follow Randy Ubillos on Twitter. Although it doesn’t appear that he is very active on his account. I guess it may be a “Steve Job’s imposed embargo on social media”. Its a shame too. I remember back when Randy worked for Adobe he answered a digitizing question I had about Premiere 4.2 on an old school AOL chat forum. Made me feel really good that the main dude behind the app was answering MY post. Ah the good ol’ days.

 

 

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Adobe Connect ... i will not hold my breath.

November 22, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterThomas

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