Adobe Photoshop World – Vegas Keynote Video


As promised I have posted the Adobe Keynote Video from Photoshop World Las Vegas. The keynote features lots of new technology introductions from both NAPP and Adobe. It’s well worth a watch. The keynote opens with some great football themed content from Scott Kelby and the Photoshop Guys and then they hand it over to Adobe’s SVP Johnny L who not only covers the progress that we’ve made with Photoshop CS4, but all the things that have come out since CS4 was introduced and a glimpse at some technologies in the works. Russell Preston Brown aka "Dr. Brown" helps out with the demos and shows how to use some of the cool features of Photoshop CS4 and Bridge CS4.



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The Making of this Video

It’s amazing to me what can be accomplished these days with the technology that we have at our fingertips and the making of this video is a prime example of that technology being put to use. I shot the video with a small Canon VIXIA HF10 HD camera onto a Transcend 16GB SDHC memory card. I then brought the card up to my room (the camera too) and plugged it into my MacBook Pro (2.8GHz, 6GB RAM) via a Belkin Express Card Slot Multimedia Card Reader. Next I fired up Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, which allows me to edit in the NATIVE FORMAT of the AVCHD video from the Canon camera. I did this editing directly off the card without having to first copy any footage over. My opening was created using Adobe After Effects CS4. Once I got everything the way I wanted it on the timeline I exported it to H.264/MP4 format using the supplied CS4 Adobe Media Encoder. 

20 Replies to “Adobe Photoshop World – Vegas Keynote Video”

  1. Dear Terry,
    I went to PSW in Boston but couldn’t make it to Vegas… so I am avidly reading all blogs and tweets I can. Thanks for posting this and keeping us informed and with a taste of the whole thing. PSW is a wonderful experience and you PS guys are amazing instructors and great people to be around too. I miss all the fun, the seminars, and Dr. Russel Browne’s new wig ! Well, to my personal taste, I prefer the dreadlocks =)

  2. Great Video Terry!….Thanks for taking the time to post this tonight for those of us who were unable to to attend Photoshop World….

      1. Terry, you are one of my favorite instructors at PSWorld. I am an alumni.
        My question: I am trying to take out orphoned words in paragraphs. I have listened to the tutorial till I am blue in the face.
        Problem is, in my CS4 InDesign, I do not have the choice to apply a non-braeking character. Only Charactertstyles. Do I have a bad install?
        The turtortial shows things such as yellow highlights, which I would love, but mine does not.
        I am a publisher and want to do the best for my clients with the latest software.

        1. Hi Nancy,
          I’m trying to understand what you’re trying to accomplish. So i’ll just give you a list of things in hopes that I hit the right one 🙂
          1). You can insert a Nonbreaking Hyphen by choosing it from Type->Insert Special Character->Hyphens and Dashes
          2). You can insert a Nonbreaking Space by choosing it from Type->Insert White Space->Nonbreaking Space
          3). You can turn off Hyphenation by unchecking Hyphenate in the Paragraph Controls on the Control Panel
          You might also want to watch this video:

  3. Many thanks, Terry, that was a great video, and great quality (as usual), I’m so glad I was able to see it all through your generosity! Those Kelby video/skits in the beginning were pretty hilarious, good stuff!

    I’m gonna have to bite the bullet and make itr to one of these PSW one day here.

  4. thanks for posting the video! i was looking forward to this because i can’t go to this year’s psw… downloading the video now…

  5. Thanks, for the video. The Oh Johnny Video was Riot and the keynote was cool. It was almost like they knew you were in the audience. 🙂

  6. Ugh, a keynote in a warehouse-like room with nothing but echos and reverberations??
    Thank goodness I did not go. Bad video and bad graphics can be overlooked, but bad audio is PAINFUL!!!

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