Adobe Premiere Pro
Miller’s Deadpool is action-packed,
vulgar (in a good way) and a ton of fun. It’s
also one of the few Hollywood blockbusters to
be edited entirely on Adobe’s Premiere Pro.
On the Saturday following the film’s release,
Adobe hosted a panel on the Fox Studios lot
that included Deadpool’s post
supervisor Joan Bierman, first assistant
editor Matt Carson and Adobe consultants Vashi
Nedomansky and Mike Kanfer. Here are some
Why Premiere Pro?
According to Bierman, much of the credit for
choosing Premiere Pro for the edit goes to Tim
Miller. “Even before we had a crew, Tim knew
he wanted to do this,” she said. Miller, a
first-time feature director is no stranger to
technology — he is co-founder of Culver City’s
Studio, which specializes in visual
effects and animation.