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Video Production with Creative Suite 6
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Video Production with Creative Suite 6

with Maxim Jago

Video: Welcome

(music playing) Hi there. I'm Maxim Jago. Welcome to this video workflows course for Adobe Production Premium CS 6. Much of my work involves visiting television stations and production companies around the world to help them get the most of their media technology. Time and time again I find there's great demand for clear workflows when moving assets between multiple applications. Though the information on how to share creative work across platforms and between tools is out there, it's not always described in simple, clear steps. That's why I felt it'd be worth producing this course. These lessons include almost no creative advice on using the individual applications included in the Adobe Creative Suite. Instead, the focus is on how to get you from A to B. We'll look at formats, import and export options, how to make the most of Adobe's Dynamic Link, and round-tripping options, and some best practice for getting content from concept to completion.
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  1. 1m 25s
    1. Welcome
      1m 25s
  2. 14m 1s
    1. Introduction to multi-application post-production
      4m 46s
    2. Dynamic Link vs. round-tripping
      5m 22s
    3. One-way trips and the Edit Original command
      3m 53s
  3. 10m 53s
    1. Improving speech-to-text analysis
      5m 57s
    2. Using breakdown reports
      4m 56s
  4. 13m 16s
    1. Organizing projects with Prelude
      7m 53s
    2. Sharing rough cuts with Premiere Pro
      5m 23s
  5. 21m 10s
    1. Browsing in Bridge
      8m 35s
    2. Batch renaming with Bridge
      7m 26s
    3. Editing metadata with Bridge
      5m 9s
  6. 19m 22s
    1. Preparing images for video in Illustrator
      8m 32s
    2. Using Illustrator files in After Effects
      6m 27s
    3. Using Illustrator files with the Premiere Pro Title tool
      4m 23s
  7. 24m 38s
    1. Preparing images for video in Photoshop
      7m 52s
    2. Working with Photoshop files in After Effects
      10m 11s
    3. Working with Photoshop files in Premiere Pro
      6m 35s
  8. 27m 52s
    1. Creating audio for video with Audition
      11m 45s
    2. Sending work from Premiere Pro to Audition
      6m 32s
    3. Round-tripping a soundtrack from Premiere Pro to Audition and back again
      9m 35s
  9. 31m 19s
    1. Preparing content for Premiere Pro in After Effects
      7m 54s
    2. Preparing content for After Effects in Premiere Pro
      3m 36s
    3. Sending work from Premiere Pro to After Effects
      11m 14s
    4. Sending work from After Effects to Premiere Pro
      8m 35s
  10. 14m 39s
    1. Outputting pregraded shots for the edit from SpeedGrade
      5m 40s
    2. Sending work from Premiere Pro to SpeedGrade
      8m 59s
  11. 7m 31s
    1. Using Dynamic Link to share sequences between Premiere Pro and Encore
      7m 31s
  12. 10m 13s
    1. Sending work from Premiere Pro to the Media Encoder
      7m 12s
    2. Using the Media Encoder to output from After Effects
      3m 1s

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Video Production with Creative Suite 6
3h 16m Beginner Sep 24, 2012

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One of the great strengths of the Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium 6 is the seamless integration between the various applications. Even so, the best-practice approach to sharing media and creative work between applications remains mysterious to many users. In this course filmmaker and author Maxim Jago breaks everything down into simple, clear steps, offering guidance on project and file management and examples that demonstrate the best use of the technology. If you use Adobe Creative Suite CS6 for video post-production, this course can make your work faster, easier, and more efficient.

Topics include:
  • Improving speech-to-text analysis with Story
  • Organizing projects in Prelude
  • Batch renaming with Bridge
  • Preparing images for video in Illustrator
  • Working with Photoshop files in Premiere Pro
  • Round-tripping a soundtrack from Premiere Pro to Audition and back again
  • Preparing content for After Effects in Premiere Pro
  • Sending work from Premiere Pro to SpeedGrade
  • Using Dynamic Link to share sequences between Premiere Pro and Encore
  • Using the Media Encoder to output from After Effects
Subjects:
Video Video Editing Motion Graphics video2brain
Software:
After Effects Premiere Pro
Author:
Maxim Jago

Welcome

(music playing) Hi there. I'm Maxim Jago. Welcome to this video workflows course for Adobe Production Premium CS 6. Much of my work involves visiting television stations and production companies around the world to help them get the most of their media technology. Time and time again I find there's great demand for clear workflows when moving assets between multiple applications. Though the information on how to share creative work across platforms and between tools is out there, it's not always described in simple, clear steps. That's why I felt it'd be worth producing this course. These lessons include almost no creative advice on using the individual applications included in the Adobe Creative Suite. Instead, the focus is on how to get you from A to B. We'll look at formats, import and export options, how to make the most of Adobe's Dynamic Link, and round-tripping options, and some best practice for getting content from concept to completion.

This course is divided into simple chapters. There's no particular need for you to watch the lessons in the order they appear. So if you just need to know about one particular workflow, going from, Premiere Pro into After Effects for example, or from Premiere Pro to SpeedGrade, then just jump into the chapter you need. I'm hoping you'll find this course a useful reference, as you expand your skills, and make more of the tools provided with Creative Suite. Let's get started.

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