- Getting started
- Exploring Adobe Creative Suite 5 Production Premium
- Importing Adobe Photoshop files as sequences
- Using Dynamic Link with After Effects
- Replacing a clip with an After Effects composition
Exploring Adobe Creative Suite 5 Production Premium
Adobe Creative Suite 5 Production Premium is not just a collection of software bundled together in a box. This suite of components is designed to work together through common interface elements and tight integration to provide you with the tools you need to move from vision to output on virtually any platform.
Adobe Premiere Pro by itself is a powerful tool for acquiring, editing, and outputting video projects. As part of Adobe Creative Suite 5 Production Premium, however, it becomes even stronger. If you purchased Adobe Premiere Pro by itself, you may not be able to follow along with all the examples in this lesson, but please read through them to understand how Adobe Premiere Pro fits into the larger picture of this suite of products. If you purchased Adobe Premiere Pro as part of Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium, read on to experience the impressive integration and timesaving techniques engineered into the product.
Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium combines Adobe Bridge CS5, Dynamic Link, and Adobe Device Central CS5, and it includes the following components:
- Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
- Adobe After Effects CS5
- Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended
- Adobe Flash Professional CS5
- Adobe Illustrator CS5
- Adobe Soundbooth CS5
- Adobe Encore CS5
- Adobe OnLocation CS5
You have already taken a look at capturing with Adobe OnLocation, importing Photoshop and Illustrator files, and sweetening and mixing audio with Soundbooth.
In this lesson, you’ll focus on the integration among Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Photoshop.