6 NOV 2014 - COIN STREET CENTRE SE1 9NH - MORE INFO

Adobe - Niels Stevens

Niels has 16 years consultancy experience in the Post Production industry.

He spent 10 years in the content creation reseller business, specialising in sales and training for Audio post production systems, and 4 years at AVID as Senior Pre-Sales Consultant, looking after most of the major Broadcast Accounts in EMEA, and specialising in storage networks, media asset management, and editing / finishing / dubbing workflows.

He joined Adobe in 2010 as the UK Business Development Manager for the Creative Cloud Video products. He came on board at an exciting time, as the profile of Adobe’s Video applications became a renewed priority and continues to rise steadily in professional markets.

At the expo, Niels will talk about Adobe Creative Cloud.

With Creative Cloud, your tools are always evolving, making everyday tasks easier and faster — and keeping you ahead of the curve in a fast-moving industry. In October, Adobe released the latest updates to the pro video apps. Streamline your workflow with industry-leading integration — and open up new creative possibilities with a little more Adobe magic.

  • Powerful media and project management — Take control of large projects with new features like Search bins, Consolidate & Transcode, and Multiproject workflows in Premiere Pro.
  • Support for cutting-edge technologies — Focus on your content with a refreshed user-interface across all of the video applications, including support for Windows 8.1 HiDPI displays.
  • Streamlined workflows — Complete everyday tasks more efficiently, thanks to new tools and refinements, such as Curve adjustments and hover preview Looks in SpeedGrade.
  • Premiere Pro helps you keep on top of today’s high-resolution workflows. Open or encode GoPro CineForm, an easily managed, cross-platform codec, ideal for high resolution footage.
  • Harness the power of the GPU with native support for 4K, 5K, 6K and higher content, now including AJA RAW, Canon RAW, and Phantom Cine, as well as RED and Cinema DNG footage.