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Ten Most Useful Tips to Get the Most from Premiere Pro CC
By Maxim Jago
Dec 2, 2014
Maxim Jago, author of Adobe Premiere Pro CC Learn by Video (2014 release), shares simple tips you can use on countless Premiere Pro projects, including some hidden gems and helpful timesavers. Enjoy Premiere Pro CC, which is a powerful and flexible editing system with a huge range of features, with more added all the time.
Editing For Continuity: GoPro Filmmaking
By Bradford Schmidt, Brandon Thompson
Nov 24, 2014
Continuity in space means that audience members have a good sense of a video’s environment, and where characters are. Continuity in time ensures that the audience can follow what is happening, especially between cuts. Learn more from founding GoPro media team members Bradford Schmidt and Brandon Thompson, and watch the rough cut and then the final cut video of cycling in Valapairaso, Chile to see how the editor created continuity.
The Elements to a Good Story: GoPro Filmmaking
By Bradford Schmidt, Brandon Thompson
Nov 21, 2014
Good stories are simple, universal, and timeless. Learn more about storytelling from founding GoPro media team members Bradford Schmidt and Brandon Thompson, and watch a video showing the incredible story of a deer rescue in icy waters.
[digital] Visual Effects and Compositing: 3D for VFX
By Jon Gress
Nov 20, 2014
In 3D, anything can be created, from props and digital prosthetics to entire sets and even full 3D worlds. Jon Gress shows you how it works in this excerpt from [digital] Visual Effects and Compositing.
Diving with Whales: GoPro Filmmaking
By Bradford Schmidt, Brandon Thompson
Nov 20, 2014
When filming with a GoPro, it often pays to improvise, especially when filming wildlife. Founding GoPro media team members Bradford Schmidt and Brandon Thompson explain how improvisation is key in understanding how to create optimal scenarios, predict behavior, and adapt to wildlife characters, while still capturing a climatic beat for the story. Then, watch a beautiful video of humpback whales filmed with the GoPro.
Using Trapping As Coverage: GoPro Filmmaking
By Bradford Schmidt, Brandon Thompson
Nov 19, 2014
Getting the right shot often means waiting for it. Learn more about "trapping" the shot as coverage from founding GoPro media team members Bradford Schmidt and Brandon Thompson.
Video Modes for GoPro Cameras
By Bradford Schmidt, Brandon Thompson
Nov 18, 2014
There are many video settings available with the GoPro. Which format should you choose, and why? Learn more from founding GoPro media team members Bradford Schmidt and Brandon Thompson, and watch a video showing that while settings can be important, ultimately it's content that is king.
Using the Gnarwhal Mount With Your GoPro
By Bradford Schmidt, Brandon Thompson
Nov 17, 2014
The Gnarwhal is just one of many mounts that highlights how deeply imaginative a user can be with a GoPro camera. Learn more from founding GoPro media team members Bradford Schmidt and Brandon Thompson, and watch an amazing video showing a Base jump from GoPro athlete Neil Amonson.
Using a Chesty with Your GoPro
By Bradford Schmidt, Brandon Thompson
Nov 14, 2014
The Chesty can give a unique angle to your GoPro videos, and leave you hands-free for all your adventures. Learn more from founding GoPro media team members Bradford Schmidt and Brandon Thompson, and watch a video showing a front flip off a cliff, taken with a Chesty.
Organizing Media in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2014 release)
By Maxim Jago
Oct 21, 2014
In this lesson from Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release), you’ll learn how to organize your clips using the Project panel, which is the heart of your project. You’ll create special folders, called bins, to divide your clips into categories. You’ll also learn about adding important metadata and labels to your clips.
The Best Hidden Features in iMovie for iOS
By Jeff Carlson
Oct 2, 2014
If you haven’t opened iMovie for iOS recently (or if you’ve only dipped your toes), you’ll be surprised at what Apple’s mobile video editor can do. Jeff Carlson, author of iPad and iPhone Video: Film, Edit, and Share the Apple Way, uncovers some of the best hidden or hard to find features of the latest version.
How to Improve Video on iOS Before Editing
By Jeff Carlson
Sep 25, 2014
Just because you’re shooting video using an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch doesn’t mean you have to settle for shaky or drab video. Jeff Carlson, author of iPad and iPhone Video: Film, Edit, and Share the Apple Way, spotlights tools for improving video before you share it or edit it in iMovie.
Saving Assets with Adobe Generator
By Brie Gyncild, Andrew Faulkner
Sep 16, 2014
This excerpt from Adobe After Effects CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release) shows you how Adobe Generator can easily generate a JPEG, PNG, or GIF image from the contents of a layer or layer group in a Photoshop file.
Retiming Clips in Adobe Premiere Pro Professional CC (2014 release)
By Maxim Jago
Sep 3, 2014
Maxim Jago reviews fixed speed changes, the time-remapping feature, and some other options that let you make clip playback speed, in this excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release).
The Art of the Documentary: Lauren Lazin on Making Television With a Conscience
By Megan Cunningham
May 29, 2014
Megan Cunningham, author of The Art of the Documentary: Fifteen Conversations with Leading Directors, Cinematographers, Editors, and Producers, 2nd Edition, profiles and interviews Lauren Lazin, an MTV executive who has produced, written and directed a wide array of documentaries.
Color Correction in Nuke
By Ron Ganbar
Apr 15, 2014
Nuke is a very advanced system that uses cutting-edge technology and theory to work with color. Therefore, it is important to understand Nuke’s approach to color so you understand color correcting within Nuke.
Editing with Blade Speed in Final Cut Pro X 10.1
By Brendan Boykin
Mar 26, 2014
The variable speed change applies at least two different playback rates within a single clip. This effect requires dividing the clip into segments, one for each speed rate. Brendan Boykin shows you how in this excerpt from Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X 10.1: Professional Post-Production.
Making the First Edit in Final Cut Pro X 10.1
By Brendan Boykin
Mar 20, 2014
In this excerpt from Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X 10.1: Professional Post-Production, learn how to add and rearrange clips within a primary storyline; Ripple, Roll, and Slip trim clips; blade, replace with gap, ripple delete, and join through edit; perform connect edits; create and edit in a connected storyline; adjust audio levels; and share the project to a media file.
Professional Audio Techniques for Adobe Premiere Pro
By Luisa Winters
Feb 26, 2014
This chapter will help you start to generate great audio in your program. Because you don’t always get to work with perfect audio, this chapter also features a section on how to fix common audio problems using Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Audition CC. From setting up your working environment to adjusting levels to adding effects, you’ll work with audio just like the pros do.
Creative Grading Techniques for Film and Video: Blurred and Colored Vignettes
By Alexis Van Hurkman
Jan 7, 2014
Alexis Van Hurkman shows you how to use a shape to add a combination of color and/or blur to the outer border of an image.

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