Quick News- Right on cue and holding true to their initial word, Adobe has just released the eagerly-anticipated Creative Suite 6, much to the delight of all our Photoshopping, After Effecting, Premiere Pro-ing friends.
When John August created his website, (JohnAugust.com) back in 2003, it was intended further to connect with the screenwriting community and answer any and all inquiries that his previous position as an IMDB columnist couldn’t handle. As the years past, and his notarity flourished, he created sections of the site devoted to Q/A’s and the basic questions any aspiring screenwriter may have. Although August still provides answers to reader questions on a regular basis, his website developed more of a full-fledged blog rather than a solitary resource for basic screenwriting information.
RED, the digital cinema company we have come to love, and sometimes hate, has built up a reputation for creating some of the most desirable cameras on earth. As November 3rd draws ever so near, the latest addition to the RED line-up will be unveiled, the “new” Scarlet. This will mark RED’s leap into a new consumer market and a glimpse into the company’s bright future.
If you are a screenwriter, you’ve undoubtedly heard about, or have used the cloud-based screenwriting app from Adobe, aptly named Story. As part of Adobe’s CSLive suite of applications, Story allows users to streamline post-production workflows by using metadata to edit more efficiently in Premiere Pro CS5.5. Being a cloud-based service, it was only a matter of time before this great resource would be available to mobile devices. iPhone and iPod touch users can now enjoy “some” of the valuable tools currently available on the web-version with the free IOS app called Script. Script allows for:
1. Access your scripts and documents on your iPhone
2. Receive notifications for all changes and comments made to your shared scripts and documents
3. Review comments and changes made to your scripts in a fast and intuitive way
4. Comment on your scripts and documents to capture ideas as and when they occur
5. All comments are synced back to your Story account
6. Recently used document list
If you aren’t familiar with the desktop version of Abobe’s screenwriting web-app, check out the video below.
Download Adobe Script (IOS) for free, HERE.