Michael Linder

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    4 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Essential Graphics  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Michael Linder commented  · 

    Apparently, a bunch of coders who know nothing about fine typography, and could care less, are trying to automate something that's an artistic decision by their customers. I needed to kern some letter pairs in Premiere Pro 14 just now. No way to do it. That meant opening up Photoshop, which (for the time being) allows full kerning, doing my typesetting and importing into Premiere. Absolute idiocy.

    This feels like another step by Adobe to regain control of the font market, which it lost years ago after new tools unleashed a wealth of fonts in the market. Adobe is already abandoning support for Type 1 fonts. meaning 300 of our fonts will no longer be able to be used in Adobe apps by next year. You watch. Adobe will kill off every font it can and resort to making us subscribe to its "rental: fonts. Some of which may allow niceties like kerning. Corporate greed. Ugh!

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    Michael Linder commented  · 

    I'm sick of Adobe cut-and-paste replies, blaming customers' computers when 2020 14.0.1 is the issue: slow playback with stuttering audio and multi-frame backtracking regardless of CUDA settings. Just as galling is Adobe's refusal to apologize, admit its mistakes and keep customers aware of resolution progress. Transparency is the responsibility of CEOs, Shantanu Narayen.

    Being tone deaf to customers is inexcusable lack of corporate governance. Time to follow the money trail and take Adobe's failures to stock market websites in advance of the company's March 12 quarterly conference call. Adobe's Busines Ethics hotline: (800) 300-1026,

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