Adobe creative tools give life to Terminator: Dark Fate

The sixth installment of the successful movie franchise – Terminator: Dark Fate has been cut on the Adobe Creative Cloud. Director Tim Miller said that the visual effects created by Adobe creative tools have brought to life the otherwise mechanical human-machine conversation.

During the special screening of the movie at the Regal LA Live, Miler said – “We knew we cannot create the nostalgia of the original ‘Terminator’ movie but we wanted to continue with the story of Sarah Conner. This is a worthy continuation of the story of Conner with tons of action created on Adobe tools. I am proud of this franchise which is about Sarah and not John Conner (her son). We achieved smooth editing operation thanks to various Adobe tools that made the shots look real. Adobe creative tools helped us iron out visual effects for a seamless visual experience in some of the toughest shots. People may think that Adobe only listens to me because I’m working on a big movie, but I had that same level of connection even when I was just a dude with a computer. Adobe’s goal is to make the best tools for the artist, and my goal is to have the best tools available. So I’m a big fan of working with a company like Adobe that actively asks for your feedback. Everyone benefits. If you’ve ever worked on feature films, you know that the assistant editors end up spending a lot of their time on housekeeping tasks, like organising clips into the right bins. Adobe Premiere Pro is very good at helping us automate and streamline those tasks so that our assistant editors can spend more time working on the actual edit.”

Tim Miller and this crew harnessed the power of Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Photoshop to bring the movie to the big screen. According to reports, there are at least 2,500-2,600 high-quality visual effects in the movie. Arnold Schwarzenegger is back with this film and the bigger catch is the return of Sarah Conner, which is played by Linda Hamilton.         - IANS