Take a tour of the new, modern interface in Adobe Premiere Elements 11. See where to find key tools and options in the three-column Organizer, learn your way around Quick and Expert editing workspaces, and see how to add transitions, effects, and other enhancements to your movies. Finally, learn how to share your finished movies to disc, YouTube™, Vimeo, and more.
Sep 24, 2012
Interface, Philip Andrews, Premiere Elements 11
*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 our entry for the San Francisco 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 and vimeo.com/25480586
In the final installment of this series, Adobe Worldwide Evangelist Jason Levine takes you through the process of exporting/rendering your DSLR video/stills creations using the 64-bit Adobe Media Encoder. He'll talk about some of the most common formats for going to mobile devices, iPods, blu-ray discs as well as common formats for Web delivery. You'll learn about background rendering and the ability to 'queue' multiple versions of your video edits. Also featured: using *presets* in the Media Encoder for your favorite destinations (like YouTube, Vimeo, HDTV, etc)
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Oct 06, 2010
64-bit, Adobe Media Encoder, DSLR, Formats, HDTV , Jason Levine, Vimeo, YouTube
In this multi-part series, Jason Levine will cover the step-by-step process of working with DSLR video in Premiere Pro CS5, from the Camera to the Timeline to the Web and beyond. If you're a photographer looking to get into DSLR video, or maybe you're already shooting video but just don't know how to get started, Jason will cover all the basics, including tips for adding images, music, text, PSD files and more, all the way through exporting to popular sites like YouTube and Vimeo.
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Sep 27, 2010
DSLR, Premiere Pro CS5, editing, photographer, video