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Create a video portfolio website
Show: Learn Adobe Muse CC
The first step in creating an online demo reel is to make a new website. This lesson covers some key design considerations, such as making sure your layout works on multiple screens. Muse makes this simple by helping you build sites for desktops, tablets, and phones. Let’s start out by discovering the main parts of the Muse interface.
Edit sequences in the Source monitor into other sequences
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CC
Learn to edit from sequences loaded into the Source monitor. Infinite Skills author Jeff Sengstack demonstrates Premiere Pro's ability to let editors place any number of clips in a sequence, open that sequence in the Source Monitor, and select segments and add them to another sequence. The feature harkens back to a frequently used feature film-editing technique, called a KEM roll, whereby editors put multiple takes of the same scene on the same reel, giving the director an easy way to select the best take.
FITC Amsterdam 2011 - Multiscreen development challenges
The mobile evolution brings interesting multiscreen development challenges to developers. Adobe’s Doug Winnie, Tom Higgins from Unity and Mattias Ekendahl & Riccardo Giraldi from B-Reel share their thoughts on developing for multiple screens and platforms at Flash in The Can 2011 (FITC) in Amsterdam.
Roundtripping with Adobe® Soundbooth® CS5
Using Adobe® Soundbooth® CS5 you can export the audio for your entire project as a single file. Once you have finished editing the audio you can import it back into Adobe® Captivate® whilst still maintaining slide association and audio quality.