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Last Man Standing - 48 Second Teaser (3D Anaglyph)
Show: Stereoscopic 3D
*Best viewed in HD* LAST MAN STANDING: A team of detectives called to investigate a dead body are surprised to find that the body is the caller. ----- This is a 48 second teaser video of our entry for the SF 48 Hour Film Project. Our team wrote, shot and edited a stereoscopic 3D movie in a single weekend! ----- More details at www.48hourfilm.com/sanfrancisco
What's New with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 and Adobe Story CS5.5
Show: Adobe at NAB 2011
Join Adobe evangelist Jason Levine to find out how you can to edit faster with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 software, which offers cross-platform, native file–based workflows as well as GPU-accelerated filters and effects with the enhanced Adobe Mercury Playback Engine—now on workstations and laptops. Work easily with dual-system sound support; enjoy enhanced project exchange with Apple Final Cut Pro and Avid software, as well as direct integration with Adobe Story; and efficiently export with reliable batch background encoding for delivery to smartphones, tablets, and PCs.
Stereoscopic 3D Workflows with Adobe CS5.5 Production Premium
Show: Adobe at NAB 2011
Join Adobe evangelist Jason Levine to learn how Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 powers efficient, convenient and flexible editing and post-production workflows when working with stereoscopic content.
Entry-Level Video Editing Performance with the Intel Xeon E3 Processor
Learn how an entry-level workstation built with the brand new Intel Xeon E3 processor can give you unprecedented editing performance in Premiere Pro CS5.5 at an unbeatable price.
Editing Performance with Intel Xeon Processors
Premiere Pro CS5.5 and it's faster-than-ever Mercury Playback Engine, provides unprecedented productivity. Learn how a professional-grade workstation with Intel Xeon processors, combined with CS5.5, enables you to work faster and be more creative than ever.
Episode 43 - Premiere Pro Basics:Automate to Sequence & Effects
In this Premiere Pro Basics series we'll cover these two useful and powerful features. Automate to sequence can help you get a jump start on framing out the story or timeline while applying an effect across multiple clips (like a cross dissolve) will speed the editing process along.
Episode 42 - Premiere Pro Basics:How to use J&L cuts in editing
What is a J or L cut? Why do I need it? Join Dennis in Adobe Beginner Classes as he tackles the tough questions that face editors who are just starting out. In this Premiere Pro Basics episode, Dennis will discuss what these edits are and how they can be used in the story telling process to good effect.