Adobe Video World is a six-day conference for Adobe Premiere Pro® CC and Adobe After Effects® CC professional users and creatives.
Produced by Future Media Concepts in close conjunction with Adobe, the event brings together video, VFX, and motion graphics professionals and connects them with industry experts and Adobe engineers.
The event kicks off with four days of Premiere Pro sessions, followed by four day of After Effects sessions. A two-day overlap is planned to allow the two communities to interact with each other.
(rates increase starting July 1)
Adobe Day – Sept. 29
Meet the Adobe app developers, designers and engineers behind Premiere Pro and After Effects. Attend keynote presentations about the future of the platforms, participate in session breakouts, provide your feedback, and have lunch with the Adobe product teams.
Expo Night – Sept. 29
Learn about new products and services that can help you streamline your workflow. Meet the companies that provide you with new solutions and mingle with like-minded professionals.
I had such a special time as an attendee and just loved every second of it. I really needed to up my game with After FX and this conference was the best educational eventI have had all year long. It was perfect for me as a beginner in Ae because it was concise, there were classes at all levels — I got the basics and was equally prepared for continuing education. The instructors were the best in the world, I got to make important connections with Adobe staff and make new friends from every corner of the business. You all did a fantastic job!
Mitch Jacobson, Category Five Studios | AVW 2015 Attendee
Day 3 was Adobe Day. This is what makes Adobe Video World stand out from other conferences and is the reason why I loved last year and came back this year. I don’t know of anywhere else where you can spend a day interacting one on one with the Adobe video team.
What is even more amazing is how every one of them loves hearing from us. They come into the conference knowing they are going to be barraged by people with issues and questions but you never get the sense that it is a problem. Instead you are met with eager people excited to hear from the people that use what they make.
Matt Christensen | AVW 2015 Attendee