The Adobe Production Studio offers a complete post-production package that combines Adobe's video and graphics software with the timesaving integration and workflow features of Adobe Dynamic Link and Adobe Bridge. With the addition of Flash, videographers and filmmakers can bring their content to a rich, interactive presence on the Web as well. The benefits of using all of the tools in the bundle are many and here to help guide readers through the wide range of features is an info-packed guide that hits all the key techniques they are most likely to use in their digital video projects. Each stand-alone tip includes relevant hints and a graphic example so that readers can learn exactly what they need to know and move on to the next important technique. When each program has been explored, additional tips on integration and workflow are included to show how you can use the various programs for a complete solution in this exciting, integrated environment.
Adobe Production Studio, part of the Adobe Creative Suite family, brings extraordinary power and efficiency to anyone who wants to create films, videos, DVDs, and video for the Web.
At Adobe, we're proud of our digital video products. Adobe After Effects is the industry standard for creating motion graphics and visual effects. Adobe Premiere Pro continues to break new ground in digital video editing, and Adobe Encore DVD lets anyone produce professional-quality DVDs.
We understand, too, that video professionals need to be able to move easily and effortlessly between applications, and so individual components of Adobe Production Studio are designed to work as well together as they do apart.
Adobe Digital Video How-Tos is the ideal reference for videographers and filmmakers who want to learn to use Adobe Production Studio to streamline their digital video productions. In the 12 chapters of this book, you'll find helpful, standalone tips that show you the best of Production Studio and its integrated parts. Learn how to use Bridge to organize your assets and learn when to use Photoshop or Illustrator to create titles for your movie. Use After Effects to animate Illustrator graphics and to create motion menus for Encore DVD. Send audio from Premiere Pro and After Effects to Audition for detailed editing and cleanup, and learn how to copy effects and motion graphics from one clip to another.
Throughout this book, author Jan Ozer provides plenty of sidebars offering additional tips and hard-won advice to make your video productions efficient, rewarding, and fun.
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