Adobe Creative Cloud Workflow Helps Create VR Experiences for Healthcare, Education and More

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Look On Media is a VR production company focused on creating experiences for the 

education, healthcare and business sectors. Co-founders 

Jonathan Powell and Brian Mahoney speak to Adobe about using Creative Cloud in their workflow.

Explains Powell, "

We shoot footage, pull all the files into a stitching software, and stitch them together to make the full 360, equirectangular video. From there we pull it into Adobe Premiere Pro CC and start pulling all the shots and actually cutting up the scenes to establish the flow of the video. We also do a lot of color correcting in Premiere Pro using the basic correction and color wheels in the Lumetri color panel in combination with the Vectorscope YUV, Parade RGB, and Waveform YC Scopes. This helps us get the most accurate color possible. After we establish how we want it to flow, we’ll export from Premiere Pro into Adobe After Effects CC. We use the Mettle SkyBox plugin for After Effects to do all of our graphics, motion graphics, visual effects, and animation. Finally, we repackage the project, export it back into Premiere Pro, and export the final. We also use Adobe Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC for graphics work."

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