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Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book: Getting to Know Your Workspace
By Adobe Creative Team
Apr 14, 2010
Get a brief tour of the Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS5 video-editing workspace and learn how to customize it so it works best for you.
Q&A with the Authors of From Still to Motion
By James Ball, Robbie Carman, Matt Gottshalk, Richard Harrington
Mar 2, 2010
Peachpit talks to James Ball, Robbie Carman, Matt Gottshalk, and Richard Harrington about their new book and DVD, From Still to Motion, what photographers struggle with the most when learning video, and how to stay up to date on the latest in the world of video.
5 Documentary Filmmaking Tips from "American Teen"
By Ron Dawson
Feb 9, 2010
Ron Dawson points out techniques used in Nanette Burstein’s award-winning film that you can apply to your own video creation.
Use iMovie to Share Videos on YouTube, MobileMe Gallery, and iPhone
By John Tollett
Feb 1, 2010
John Tollett shows how to use iMovie to share your videos with your pals worldwide.
Q&A with Michael Wohl
By Michael Wohl
Jan 25, 2010
Michael Wohl talks about the best updates to Final Cut Pro 7, the most exciting developments in the world of film and video editing, and what it takes to be a good editor.
The Film Editing Room Handbook: Shooting
By Norman Hollyn
Jan 20, 2010
This chapter covers a brief history of video editing, three primary workflows, dealing with metadata, and preparing, synching and screening dailies.
Use iMovie's "Snap to Beats" Feature to Make a Music Video
By John Tollett
Jan 11, 2010
Your Mac's iMovie application provides a fast, easy (and free) way to create music videos out of footage you already have on hand. John Tollett shows how it's done.
Q&A with Norman Hollyn
By Norman Hollyn
Dec 14, 2009
Norm Hollyn chats with Peachpit about his new book, The Film Editing Room Handbook, including how he broke into film editing, the danger in chasing the technical cutting edge, and where he gets his inspiration.
Creating a Heads-Up Display with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Dec 8, 2009
Continuing his series on enhancing your Premiere Elements 7 movies with cool custom effects, Paul Ekert shows how to create a realistic Heads-up-Display using your own video content.
Replacing a TV Screen with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Nov 30, 2009
Continuing his series on enhancing your Premiere Elements 7 movies with cool custom effects, Paul Ekert shows how to replace a TV screen with your own video content.
Working with Settings, Destinations, and Actions in Compressor 3.5
By Brian Gary
Nov 24, 2009
This lesson will detail targets, which consist of settings and destinations, and it will also cover actions that Compressor can apply after processing completes.
Final Cut Pro Power Skills: Working in the Application
By Larry Jordan
Nov 16, 2009
Based on how well you understand the Final Cut Pro interface, it can determine whether we are happy or frustrated, productive or panicking. Larry Jordan offers dozens of Power Skills you can use to turn yourself into an interface master.
Pro Tools 8 for Mac OS X and Windows: Working with Tracks
By Tom Dambly
Nov 16, 2009
This chapter explains the track types available in Pro Tools, and shows you how to create and name tracks, assign track inputs and outputs, and organize tracks in a session.
Equipment for Video Podcasting, Part 2: Cameras and Accessories to Make You Shoot Like a Pro
By Jennie Bourne
Oct 26, 2009
Your quick thrown-together vids that used to do the trick won't catch the eye of today's more sophisticated viewers. Jennie Bourne continues her discussion of how to upgrade your video podcasts to more professional-level equipment.
Creating a 'Lasers of Doom' Effect with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Oct 20, 2009
Continuing his series on enhancing your Premiere Elements 7 movies with cool custom effects, Paul Ekert shows how to create a laser beam blazing across the screen.
Creating Great Balls of Fire with Premiere Elements 7
By Paul Ekert
Oct 12, 2009
Paul Ekert shows how to use Premiere Elements 7 to create the illusion of a ball bursting into flames.
Q&A with Lisa Brenneis
By Lisa Brenneis, Damon Hampson
Oct 6, 2009
Peachpit marketing manager Damon Hampson interviews Lisa Brenneis, author of Final Cut Pro 7: Visual QuickPro Guide, about some of her favorite new features in Final Cut Pro 7, exciting new developments in the world of film/video production and editing, and why all-girl bands aren't for her.
Working with Projects, Sequences, and Clips in Final Cut Pro 7
By Lisa Brenneis
Oct 6, 2009
Lisa Brenneis gives an overview of Final Cut Pro's organizing frameworks—projects, sequences, and clips. You'll also learn how to manipulate that organizational framework so that your projects, sequences, and clips stay sound and organized.
The Last Video Camera You’ll Ever Need to Buy
By Noah Kadner
Oct 5, 2009
In Pursuit of the Ultimate Movie Camera: Noah Kadner imagines the attributes that would be necessary to qualify as “the only camera you’d ever need,” from resolution to sensor size to frame rate, and gauges how close we are to the goal. Shopping for a new video camera, even if your budget isn’t “ultimate”? His guide will help you understand where the technology is headed.
Video with Adobe Flash CS4 Professional: Compression and Encoding Primer
By Robert Reinhardt
Sep 15, 2009
Learn how to make the right decisions when it comes time to compress digital video and audio into Flash-compatible video files.

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