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Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Logging By Antony Bolante In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses how to watch the tape and log the shots you want before you capture them. He details how to log the tape using the playback controls and the controls in the logging area of the capture panel, which enables you to specify if you want to capture the video and the audio or just the video or audio. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Viewing By Antony Bolante The first step in the editing process is to watch the clips so you can start making editing decisions. In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante shows how to view clips for organizational reasons, view the clips in the source monitor, controls to play it back, specify the edit points and specify some other editing options. ...Read More »
First Look: Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 By John Virata While Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 has been out for several months now, I thought I'd take a look at it from a Premiere Elements user perspective while still looking at some of the new features. The application is for professional video editors, but there is an upgrade path for Premiere Elements users. Both applications edit video, and both offer a wealth of transitions and effects, but Premiere Pro offers more professional features that aren't found in consumer level video editing applications. ...Read More »
60+ Free Adobe Premiere Tutorials Here are over 60 Adobe Premiere training clips, advanced Adobe Premiere techniques, and loads of Adobe Premiere tutorials and tips. And all free! ...Read More »
G-Technology's G-Drive mini SSD 120GB By John Virata When I first reviewed an 8MB flash based USB thumb drive from M-Systems and IBM back in 2001, I was astounded at its durability. I dropped the device, went surf fishing with it and got it wet, and basically abused it until the plastic casing came off and all that was left was the memory module and the USB arm. It still works today, but at 8MB, it has since been replaced by several drives at varying capacities. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Batch Capture By Antony Bolante In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses how to use the batch capture feature in Premiere Pro CS4. He details how when logging clips the files are still not captured, and how you can use the batch capture command to capture the entire group of logged clips, or selecting just those clips that you think you will use. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Offline Media By Antony Bolante In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante reiterates that Premiere Pro refers to files on a hard drive and doesn't contain them, so if you move the files on your hard drive, Premiere Pro won't know where to find them. If you open the project file and can't find the files associated with them, Premiere Pro will open a dialog box so you can locate where it is and select it so Premiere Pro can know where it is in the future ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Video Capture By Antony Bolante In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses how to import tape-based footage from the tap to the computer. He shows how to capture footage from DV format tape, but explains the process is similar with other tape based formats. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Importing Layered Images By Antony Bolante In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses importing stills with layers into Premiere Pro, detailing how you can import them as a single merged image or as separate layers, or import the file and retail the layered structure in a sequence. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: The Interface By Antony Bolante In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante goes over Premiere Pro CS4's interface, including the panes and panels that open when you launch Premiere Pro. He also covers the various workspaces in Premiere Pro CS4, including editing, color correction, audio, effects, and metalogging workspaces, and what each performs during the editing process. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Importing Still images By Antony Bolante In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses some of the issues that crop up when importing still images into Premiere Pro CS4. He notes that stills are just a single frame of duration but when in video the frame plays much longer. In Premiere Pro, the still frame on the Timeline is set to play by default, for five seconds. He shows how to change the duration in the general pane of the preferences dialog box. He also covers setting a preference for still image scale. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Importing Assets By Antony Bolante In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses how Premiere Pro CS4 generates a list of assets by importing files. You can import all sorts of files, and Bolante discusses the three methods available to you; using the dialog box, the media browser, or via Adobe Bridge. Using any of these methods, you can import individual files, multiple files, or an entire folder of files. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Settings By Antony Bolante In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante covers how to specify the settings, such as general settings, safe zones, and scratch disks, in Adobe Premiere Pro CS4. He details how to start a new project, what a project is, and how to create a project and add assets to a Premiere Pro CS4 project. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Elements 7.0 By John Virata Welcome to the new age of video capture. With that comes new tools for video editing. One of those tools is Adobe Premiere Elements 7.0 for Windows. The application, now in version 5 but called 7.0, is a consumer level video editing tool that has embraced some of the latest consumer video capture devices, as well as the output mediums that many people view video, including YouTube. The big news with version 7.0 is its support for AVCHD and JVC TOD files. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 Level 1: Trim Operations By Tom Mavro-Michaelis In this training video, host Tom Mavro-Michaelis discusses how to amend clips in a sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. He specifically discusses moving clips, moving edits, and trimming clips in a sequence on a timeline. ...Read More »
Premiere CS3 level 1: Applying effects By Tom Mavro-Michaelis In this training video, host Tom Mavro-Michaelis discusses how to apply video filter effects to clips on the timeline in a sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. He covers the various effects in the effects folder. ...Read More »
Start in Final Cut and end with Adobe Premiere Pro via Automatic Duck By David Basulto A film school grad contacted me recently and told me how he was really getting into compositing and color correction. He really enjoyed Adobe After Effects and edited with Premiere Pro. His dilemma was as a recent grad he really wanted to start making money but all his opportunities were from people who cut their projects in Final Cut Pro. How was he to do his work, including some audio tweaks if he was not an Apple guy? ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro Podcast 26: Creating ESPN Style Video Effects (part 3) By Jeff Schell In part 3 of this podcast, host Jeff Schell shows you how to take a clip of a football game -- or any sports event-- and add a Track Matte effect to highlight or emphasize specific players, similar to effects used on ESPN SportsCenter. Jeff walks you through the steps of defining the region to be emphasized by using the Pen tool in the Premiere Pro Titler to create a matte shape. ...Read More »
Adobe Premiere Pro Podcast #25: Creating a Sports Highlight Reel (part 2) By Jeff Schell In part 2 of this podcast, host Jeff Schell shows you how to take a clip of a football game -- or any sports event -- and export a frame of video to Adobe Photoshop in order to create ESPN-style visual effects, such as having two players briefly grow and shrink on the screen to highlight them. ...Read More »
Premiere Pro Podcast #24: Creating a Sports Highlight Reel part 1 By Jeff Schell In Part 1 of this two part podcast, host Jeff Schell shows you how to take a clip of a football game -- or any sporting event -- and use Premiere Pro's built-in Time Remapping effects to create slow motion "slowmos" and freeze frames. This real-world example illustrates how to identify an event in a video clip and separate the Time-Remapping keyframes around that event so that the video speed smoothly decelerates instead of immediately jumping to slow-motion, as previous versions of Premiere used to do. ...Read More »
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