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tad newberry
PP CC 2014 - is it ready for prime time? What's the skinny?
on Apr 15, 2015 at 9:14:36 pm

i hate to start a new project and then not have it work at some point AND not be able to finish it in PPCC, so thought i would see how 2014 is working for any of you who are using it.

thanks for helping out a bonehead!
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Max Frank
Re: PP CC 2014 - is it ready for prime time? What's the skinny?
on Apr 16, 2015 at 12:35:39 pm

Define 'ready for prime time'.

Many of us around here are using it to delivery for broadcast and features every day.
And I think a newcomer called, Fincher, or something, has cut has last few films with it.

But your mileage may vary.


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Max Frank
Re: PP CC 2014 - is it ready for prime time? What's the skinny?
on Apr 16, 2015 at 12:42:56 pm

https://library.creativecow.net/wall_kylee/Gone-Girl_Edited-in-Adobe-Premie...


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Herb Sevush
Re: PP CC 2014 - is it ready for prime time? What's the skinny?
on Apr 16, 2015 at 2:37:06 pm

[tad newberry] "i hate to start a new project and then not have it work at some point AND not be able to finish it in PPCC, so thought i would see how 2014 is working for any of you who are using it."

Like any of the 3A's, you can cut any type of project on it very efficiently. If your coming from FCP7, other than a few missing keyboard commands, it has everything you've ever had and a ton of stuff you've never had before. I'm just completing a 26 show series for PBS and have been very happy coming over from FCP7. What specifically are you worried about?

Herb Sevush
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tad newberry
Re: PP CC 2014 - is it ready for prime time? What's the skinny?
on Apr 16, 2015 at 2:56:46 pm

Thanks for the replies, guys. What i was worried about was when 2014 first came out, it was pretty buggy, and we had tried it and had problems, but that was almost a year ago, so just checking. i've been using CC 6 and CC 7 and they've both been pretty stable, but based on these responses today, it sounds like i should make the move to 2014. i hear you can actually modify things like AE lower thirds right on the PP2014 timeline, which would be great.

thanks for helping out a bonehead!
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Herb Sevush
Re: PP CC 2014 - is it ready for prime time? What's the skinny?
on Apr 16, 2015 at 2:59:48 pm

[tad newberry] " What i was worried about was when 2014 first came out, it was pretty buggy, and we had tried it and had problems, but that was almost a year ago, so just checking."

PPro 2014 is very stable at this point. Of course CC 2015 is just around the corner, and there are generally issues when a new version of anything comes out.

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tad newberry
Re: PP CC 2014 - is it ready for prime time? What's the skinny?
on Apr 16, 2015 at 3:02:23 pm

thanks for the reassurance, Herb. i'll give it a go today.

thanks for helping out a bonehead!
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Chris Borjis
Re: PP CC 2014 - is it ready for prime time? What's the skinny?
on Apr 16, 2015 at 5:42:19 pm

For Me 2014.1 was a great update and stable. (seems like every other release works well)

2014.2 not so much, so I reverted to 2014.1. waiting for 2015 to try.



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tad newberry
Re: PP CC 2014 - is it ready for prime time? What's the skinny?
on Apr 16, 2015 at 6:03:19 pm

oops! mine installed 14.2...so we'll see! so far, so good! those imbedded AE graphics (lower thirds, mostly) are pretty darn slow though...

thanks for helping out a bonehead!
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Chris Borjis
Re: PP CC 2014 - is it ready for prime time? What's the skinny?
on Apr 17, 2015 at 4:11:01 pm

the issues I got with 2014.2 (mac version) were random spinning beach ball
as well as sluggish mult-camera editing.



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