Gone Girl From 6K Raw to Screen With Adobe Premiere Pro


David Fincher’s Gone Girl went to post as Red Dragon 6k footage then edited in Adobe Premiere Pro using Adobe After Effects. Editor Kirk Baxter discusses how Adobe’s Creative Cloud apps turned the 6k footage of Gone Girl into turn the into the final motion picture. From the Adobe description:

Two-time Academy-winning editor Kirk Baxter, ACE, discusses how Premiere Pro and other Adobe apps like After Effects give him a powerful editing and post-production toolset. See how the tight integration of Adobe video apps helped Baxter and team turn the raw footage of David Fincher’s thriller Gone Girl into a polished motion picture.

Featuring editor Kirk Baxter, assistant editor Tyler Nelson, post-production supervisor Peter Mavromates and post-production engineer Jeff Brue. Return to Thumbnail View.

Gone Girl From 6K Raw to Screen With Adobe Premiere Pro

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