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Lens Correction and Smart Filters for Aerial Videos
Using the Lens Correction filter in Photoshop and a look into using smart filters, as well as how to make a letterbox to apply to your video files for removing the rotor blades from the top of the frame.
Creative Dynamic Link workflows with Premiere Pro and After Effects
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CC
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.
Photoshop for video: The essential techniques
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
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.
Color Correction Video with Adobe Photoshop CC
Discover how easy it is to color correct a video file with all your favorite tools inside of Adobe Photoshop. What is even more amazing is that you can use all the features found in Adobe Camera Raw to color correct video as well.
Building a slideshow with still images and video files
Show: Learn Lightroom 5
Learn about a new feature in the Slideshow module that allows you to include video files in your slideshows along with still images. Learn from the full courses at lynda.com.
Color grading Premiere Pro sequences in SpeedGrade
Show: Learn SpeedGrade CS6
Roundtrip your video sequences from Premiere to Speedgrade for color grading, and back to Premiere. Infinite Skills author Jeff Sengstack shows how Premiere Pro sequences can be exported to SpeedGrade either as DPX still image sequences or edit decision lists (EDLs). After completing color grading in SpeedGrade, those projects can be exported as stand-alone video files back into Premiere Pro for more editing.