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Preparing media and batch processing with Prelude
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CC
Cut your ingest time significantly by using Prelude to get your media into your editing system. Prelude automates this important stage in post-production, letting you ingest individual media files or parts of media files, create multiple copies on different drives, batch-transcode, batch-rename and batch-assign metadata to whole groups of clips. You can even automatically verify that the files have arrived safely.
Using Image Processor to batch process multiple files
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Learn how to prepare hundreds of images and save them in different file formats at once using the Image Processor script. Explore entering and adjusting Image Processor options such as file location and type, and working with image size. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Photoshop for Web Designers
Join Justin Seeley, staff author at lynda.com, to learn automation techniques, shortcuts, and workflow enhancements to help you rapidly move from mockup to website using Adobe Photoshop. Seeley will reveal image optimization techniques while debunking web resolution myths. He'll also help you learn how to use Photoshop to work with HTML and CSS files, and show how these tools can help improve your workflow. He may even have time to sneak in a few new Photoshop features. In this session, you'll learn how to: • Use layer comps to simulate interactivity and multipage layouts• Create Retina display–caliber graphics using actions and batch processing• Build UI libraries with shape layers• Create image sprites• Work with pixel grid alignment and design with grid systems
Using the Lens Blur Filter on an image Sequence in Photoshop CS6
Even with the fantastic new Blur Gallery in Photoshop CS6, the Lens Blur filter is an essential tool when a high degree of control is needed to selectively (and realistically) blur an image. In this video tutorial, Julieanne uses the Lens Blur filter with a depth map to to create a series of images that appear as if they were captured with a tilt-shift lens. Julieanne also demonstrates how to quickly apply this filter to multiple images using actions and batch processing.
Repair AGC (automatic gain control) Clipping Artifacts from DSLR in Adobe Audition CS5.5
Show: Short and Suite
In this tutorial, Principal Worldwide Evangelist for Adobe, Jason Levine demonstrates how to detect, analyze and repair digitally clipped samples and distortions caused by AGC on your DSLR and other video cameras and audio-capture devices. Adobe Audition CS5.5's incredible tools for audio analysis and repair continue the application's legacy of fast, transparent, high-quality restoration.
Favorites and Batch Processing Behaviors
If you’ve ever had to edit numerous audio files one by one, then this episode is going to make you happy. We’re going to show you how to Batch Process as many files as you want out to different formats including sample type, format settings and and the same time, apply any process that you’ve saved as a favorite! In our example we’ll Stretch and Pitch so each file will end up with the exact same length regardless how long the original recording was.
Episode 44 - Gems inside of Adobe Media Encoder
Wish you could render After Effects comps in the background? Wish you could create a watch folder to batch convert media? Wish you had a 64-bit capable application to do all of these things? Well, Adobe Media Encoder is all of that and more. In this episode, Dennis delves into what he thinks are the hidden gems of this under-appreciated application.