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Applying targeted adjustments
One of the most powerful capabilities in Photoshop CC is the variety of ways you can apply adjustments that only affect a specific area of a photo. This lesson will introduce you to the use of layer masks for targeted adjustments.
What's New in SpeedGrade CC - NAB 2014
Show: Adobe at NAB 2014
Join SpeedGrade product manager Patrick Palmer for a sneak peek of the new features coming soon to SpeedGrade. The new updates also offer a more flexible Direct Link color pipeline between Premiere Pro and SpeedGrade CC, the powerful grading application included with Creative Cloud. The Direct Link integration now includes the ability to toggle the Lumetri effect on and off inside SpeedGrade and hide or show tracks or adjustment layers for an easier overview of complex timelines. The new Master Clip effect in Premiere Pro also works in SpeedGrade so grading adjustments applied to one part of a master clip automatically affect all the other parts of that clip on the timeline. With new broadcast standard scopes, including a new YUV Vectorscope, and more refined grading tools it’s never been easier to bring cinematic brilliance to video projects.
FrameMaker and WORD: Shrinkwrap for "autosized" anchored frames
This video shows how to combine two commands (a) keyboard shortcut "ESC m p" to automatically shrinkwrap your anchored frame around the size of graphic contents and (b) Object Style Designer to create a "named frame" that has the vertical baseline adjustment you desire. This is ideal for projects in which you have a lot of small screen captures for "key caps" on the baseline of your text. In this very brief video, Product Evangelist, Maxwell Hoffmann (@maxwellhoffmann) shows you how.
Adobe Media Encoder CC: October 2013 Release Overview
Show: Adobe at IBC 2013
Create customized output of media with Automated Image Processing, including watermarks and cime code, as well as image adjustments, such as applying LUTs to rendered content.
Using the New Adjustment Layers in Premiere Pro CS6
Show: Digital Video CS6
Product Manager Al Mooney shows how to apply adjustment layers, similar to those in After Effects and Photoshop, to apply effects and have the effects automatically modify all of the underlying tracks.
Editing Faster You Way with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
Show: Adobe at NAB 2012
Join Karl Soule, Business Development Manager at Adobe, as he unveils and demos the exciting new features in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. See how Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 combines incredible performance with a sleek revamped UI, and a host of powerful new creative features, including Warp Stabilizer for stabilizing footage, dynamic timeline trimming, expanded multicam editing, adjustment layers, and more for a fluid workflow.