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Working with PremierePro CC & the New Mac Pro
In this video Dave Helmly gives you a quick tour of Apple's New Mac Pro running Premiere Pro CC in various workflows including Multi Layer GPU Effects, 4K, Mixed 4K timeline, the power of Dual GPU Exporting vs CPU (software/CPU) , and finally GPU based Debayer for Red RAW R3D files. Also featured in the video are a quick peek at the new LG 21:9 UltraWide QHD Monitors , Promise Pegasus 2 Raid, LaCie Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2 and more. Special thanks to Sony, Panasonic, Mammoth HD and Devin Supertramp for the use of their footage.
Apply effects and adjustments using Adjustment Layers
Show: Learn Premiere Elements
Apply effects and adjustments to an entire scene or your entire movie with an adjustment layer, new to Premiere Elements.
Understanding the Cineware effect and render engine
Show: Learn After Effects CC
Use the CINEWARE effect to control CINEMA 4D files in your comps in real time. Adobe Certified Expert Jeff Sengstack shows how to select layers and effects within C4D files and apply After Effects animations and effects directly to them. Learn more from the complete After Effects training course at Infiniteskills.com.
Working in 3D
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
Discover how to enable 3D in a composition and work in the Classic 3D mode. Review the difference in the UI and tools once 3D is activated and take a look at the new properties available in the "Materials" category, as well as in layers and effects, as well as 3D-only elements like cameras and lights. And of course, Brian provides some handy tips for setting up your comp window for 3D.
Quick Tip - How to Draw a Circle Around an Object in Photoshop
In this quick tip, Julieanne demonstrates the most flexible way to create a transparent circle around an object.
PS CS5 - Creating Transparent Logos for Watermarks and Overlays in Photoshop
In this Episode of The Complete Picture Julieanne demonstrates how to create a single vector logo out of multiple type and shape layers, specify a consistent size, apply a style and save the entire creation as a Tool Preset! In addition, Julieanne shows how to add a scan of your signature to any photograph with a simple change of a layer blend mode.