Steve begins with a walkthrough of the interface and workspace. Next you'll dive into time remapping and the Time Warp tool. These video effects will give your production some real punch. But wait, video is only half the fun.
Learn how to clean up audio on the timeline using the Edit in Soundbooth feature.
Create a Flash version of a DVD from Encore.
Discover how to output your timeline to any mobile device using Adobe Media Encoder.
Use the Time Remapping for ramping of slow motion effects.
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Try out the Chorus, DeClicker, DeCrackler, and Flangler audio filters in Premiere Pro CS3. To explore more on what’s new in this version, you’ll just have to watch Steve’s in-depth lessons and practice along with the accompanying project files.
Chapter 1: REVISING THE INTERFACE & WORKSPACE (23 min)
Using Flex Bins
Finding Clips with Smart Search
Editing with Keystrokes
Using the Replace Clip Option
Saving Space by Disabling Render Previews
Chapter 2: USING THE NEW VIDEO EFFECTS (27 min)
Understanding Time Remapping
Manipulating Speed with Keyframes
Using Hold Keyframes
Reverse Time Remapping
Introducing Time Warp
Applying the Dip to White Transition
Compositing with Difference Matte
Chapter 3: USING THE NEW AUDIO EFFECTS (34 min)
Using the Chorus Filter
Using the DeClicker Filter
Using the DeCrackler Filter
Using the Flanger Filter
Using the Phaser Filter
Working with Audio Channel Mapping
Chapter 4: EXPORTING VIA THE MEDIA ENCODER (14 min)
Exploring New Adobe Media Encoder Settings
Using Adobe Device Central
Adding Marker Comments with Clip Notes
XMP Support & Using Flash(R) Cue Points
Chapter 5: WORKING WITH ADOBE SOUNDBOOTH™ & ENCORE® (19 min)
Correcting Audio Problems in Soundbooth
Exporting Directly to Encore
Building a DVD in Encore
Exporting from Encore to Flash
Chapter 6: EXPLORING ONLOCATION™ (21 min)
OnLocation Features Overview
Flexible Recording Options
Exploring the Digital Field Monitor
Audio & Video Analysis
Calibrating a Camera with SureShot
Looking at the Production Menus
Final Comments & Credits
Steve is a Dynamic Media Systems Engineer at Adobe. Steve travels the United States presenting Digital Video software and solutions to Adobe customers. You may have seen him at Digital Video tours and seminars, tradeshows like NAB, or an Adobe eSeminar where he presents Adobe software as well. You can also see Steve on the web with his blog called “aftereffectscookbook.”
Steve’s career started in the 70’s as a commercial airbrush illustrator for print. 20 years of Illustration and design gave Steve the opportunity to work as Art Director and creator of most of the Posters for the original 3 StarWars movies. After 20 years in his own Graphic Design Studio doing both print design and photography, Steve started moving into Video and Animation in the early 90’s. Steve worked in both 2D (After Effects) and 3D for corporate and Broadcast Television, with a stint doing nightly news graphics for the Fox Network. Steve is a multi-platform guy working with Mac, PC and SGI computers.
October of 2000 Steve was recruited by Adobe to become a Systems Engineer for Dynamic Media.
Steve is an Adobe Certified Expert in; Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, After Effects, InDesign and is an Adobe certified Video Specialist.