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ADOBE is bringing the big screen to life, and weaving magic with the big stars in the film and media industry, at the IBC 2000 Show in Amsterdam.
Two major attractions are Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere software. Adobe After Effects software has already had a major impact on the world of professional television and film production.
Now viewers will be able to see at first-hand how After-Effects software delivers creative flexibility for today’s production professionals.
Adobe Premiere software and Pinnacle Systems real-time video capture and edit solutions bring the world of broadcasting and online media to the desktop.
The line-up will provide the opportunity to find out why Adobe products are helping creative work for film, video, DVD, CD-ROM and the web.
Angie Taylor, After Effects guru and author of a forthcoming guide to After Effects for digital designers will be making an appearance. Taylor will be demonstrating how Adobe products have helped her push the limits in her creative work for film and television production.
Demonstrations will be given every half hour, of how the award-winning collection of Adobe dynamic media and web products have been effectively used in the creation of the latest blockbuster movies, as well as video, DVD, CD-ROM and the web.
Adobe will be at the IBC Show on Stand No. 7.340.
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