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Creative Dynamic Link workflows with Premiere Pro and After Effects
Get the most out of the instantly-updating Dynamic Link relationship between Premiere Pro and After Effects. With great ease, you can work on video files in both applications simultaneously, seeing updates immediately in either application, and vastly expanding your special effects and compositing toolset. This lesson shows you how easy it is to connect these two powerful applications.
Script-based production management with Story
Adobe Story is far more than a script-writing application. Story knows the difference between interior and exterior scenes, recognizes character names, and can even keep track of props and special effects. All of this information can be used to automatically generate production reports and schedules. Learn how in this lesson.
Use Property Linking to control effects in multiple clips
Show: Learn After Effects CC
Learn to use the new Property Linking feature in After Effects CC. Author Maxim Jago demonstrates a new special effects workflow that provides one set of controls for multiple clips.
Photoshop for video: The essential techniques
Photoshop is not just for photos! This lesson shows how to use the essential Photoshop tools for working with video files. Learn to benefit from powerful lens correction and special effects features that are only possible with Photoshop.
Adding a Tilt Shift Lens Blur to Aerial Photos for Special Effect
Learn how to add a blur effect called Tilt Shift, to your GoPro aerial images, in combination with the Radial Blur filter in ACR. The combination of the features and create some amazing images.
Using blur to call focus or create a special effect in Photoshop CC
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Learn to use the Iris Blur, Tilt Shift Blur, and Field Blur filters to create special effects in Photoshop CC. You'll learn how you can run these filters as smart filters and create radial depth of field for an interesting focal point in an image. Learn more at Adobe Photoshop CC: Learn by Video
Nesting a sequence in Premiere Pro
Sequence nesting is a powerful but simple technique used in editing and special effects workflows. In a nutshell, you put one sequence inside another – but there is so much more to it than that, as Maxim Jago demonstrates. See the full course at Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Learn by Video
Lightroom 5 - Adding Special Effects
Explore the best way to convert images to black and white, as well as add tonal overlays, edge effects, selective coloring and film grain textures. Then, learn how to apply those effects to multiple files using Sync options and Presets.