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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.
What Is The Reference Monitor For in Premiere Pro?
The Reference Monitor in Premiere Pro is perfect for comparing frames from different parts of a sequence. It’s also perfect to show any of the built-in scopes for precision color correction. Find out how you can begin using this powerful tool to be more productive and get accurate color.
Kelley Blue Book Customer Success Video
Show: Adobe Marketing Cloud
Social media insights are quickly brought to the surface at Kelley Blue Book (KBB), helping the company get to the most important pieces of information about its customers sooner. With the Adobe Marketing Cloud, KBB created clear, timely insights into social media successes with metrics and tracking, informed insights into relationships between social media and website activity, and streamlined publishing and monitoring of social promotions.
Editing in the Timeline with source patching & track targeting
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CC
Learn timeline-based editing techniques in Premiere Pro. Infinite Skills author Jeff Sengstack explains how to use the timeline's separate source and track indicators to gain more control over timeline navigation, copy/paste, and inserting and overwriting clips from the Source monitor and the Project panel.
Adobe Audition CC: TC Electronic ITU Loudness Radar
Show: Adobe at NAB 2013
Conform to today's broadcast regulations with a loudness monitor you can reference as you work. The TC Electronic ITU Loudness Radar panel provides visual feedback so you can quickly find and fix audio passages that exceed volume limits.
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.
Look Your Best: Introduction to Color Correction and Grading
Discover how to make your productions look their best with Adobe's powerful tools for color correction. Join Adobe Certified Instructor and Master Trainer Maxim Jago as he takes you through the basics.In this session, you'll learn how to:• Interpret the Vectorscope and Waveform monitor for color correction • Do basic color correction in Adobe Premiere Pro• Leverage the tight integration between Adobe Premiere Pro and SpeedGrade to make your productions look amazing• Access the powerful color grading capabilities in Photoshop and SpeedGrade to help you create picture-perfect output for virtually any format
Designing for Mobile Devices with Adobe Muse
Learn how to build unique tablet and smartphone versions of your desktop site. With Adobe Muse, you can create distinctive and relevant experiences whether the site is viewed on a large monitor while sitting at a desk or on a small screen while on the go. Adobe Muse Group Product Manager Dani Beaumont will show you how to:• Define unique site plans and master pages for tablet and smartphone layouts• Design the content and style for each experience• Link phone numbers to automatically dial when tapped, and email addresses to open an email client with the "To" address already filled in• Work with touch-enabled Adobe Muse widgets in mobile layouts so that site menu navigation, slide shows, forms, and more will work automatically, with the touch of a finger