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Go Beyond the Canvas Box to Create Your Own Cinematic Effects
Go Beyond the Canvas Box to Create Your Own Cinematic Effects
Join Adobe evangelist Alan Greenblatt as he shows you how to bring special effects previously seen only in programs like Photoshop, to your Web content. You already know HTML5 Canvas lets you draw beautiful 3D graphics on your Web page, but Alan will teach you what you can do with the rest of the content which you have so beautifully created. You will learn:• How to create your own cinematic effects with CSS Filters & Shaders• About the W3C specs to which Adobe is contributing• Which W3C specs describe and define filters and shaders• The state of these specs, what browsers they're implemented in, and where you can use them right now
  • Views: 241
  • Added: May 06, 2013
  • Runtime: 01:03:31
Speed up or slow down video segments with Time Remapping
Speed up or slow down video segments with Time Remapping
In this movie, Steve Grisetti explains how to use the Time Remapping tool. He shows you how to take a single clip and shift it into fast and slow motion to give your video a cinematic effect.
  • Premiere Elements
  • Views: 23,561
  • Added: Dec 03, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:06:15
  • Tags: Cinematic Effect, Fast Motion, Premiere Elements 11, Slow Motion, Steve Grisetti, Time Remapping
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