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Watch as filmmaker and author Maxim Jago presents a quick, easy-to-use workshop for editors who want to make the transition from Avid Media Composer to Adobe Premiere Pro, or even to move back and forth between the two. Premiere Pro CS5 supports roundtrip editing with Avid, and offers great new features like the Media Browser, 64-bit support, and the powerful Mercury Playback Engine. And of course Premiere Pro makes it easy to harness the power of the entire Adobe Creative Suite to help with everything from writing scripts and creating titles to capturing live video and tracking metadata. For Avid editors looking to quickly and painlessly make the leap without having to wade through concepts they're already familiar with, this course provides a detailed, fast, and fun way to quickly get up and running with this powerful program.
Hi, my name is Maxim Jago. I'm a film maker, trainer, script writer, and author. I'm also a certified Adobe trainer, certified Avid trainer, and certified Grass Valley trainer. In this course I will show you how similar Premiere Pro and Avid really are. If you are a confident Avid editor this course will help you to translate your skills quickly and easily to the world of Premiere Pro. If you're just starting out, and have just started to learn how Avid works, that's fine too. I won't presume you know technical jargon.
I will cover each step fully. It's going to be detailed, fast learning and fun. Avid is a very highly regarded editing system, which for many is the standard by which other systems are measured. It's an excellent cutting system with respect from industry and Indy film maker alike. Things that are changing though, Premier Pro is quickly being taken up by broadcasters and facilities and it has a loyal user base among the Indies. Part of the attraction of Premiere Pro is its excellent native support from multiple file formats. And unique interoperability with other Adobe applications like Photoshop and After Effects.
CS5 brings various special new features to Premier Pro. The new Mercury playback engine and 64 bit support, make Premiere Pro a playback powerhouse with great support, not just for regular formats like DV, HDV or HD CAM, but also for the tough ones like H264, AVCHD and even RED. The RED support alone is enough reason to consider switching to Premiere Pro. Not only is Premiere Pro an advanced professional editing system already used by broadcasters with stringent technical requirements, it's also fast and forgiving.
It's one of those systems that just works, and it's intuitive too. You'll find it easy to work things out. Once you have a basic familiarity with the Premiere Pro interface. Premiere Pro CS5 can import Avid projects, work on them, and then export them back for Avid to continue editing. We'll be covering this important round-trip workflow too. I'm excited to be sharing this distilled knowledge with you. I think you'll find the learning super fast and effective. Along with Premiere Pro we'll also touch on the unique interaction between it and other applications like After Effects and Photoshop.
I hope you'll find this course does more than teach you Premiere Pro. It will show you how much you already know. I might just answer a few of those questions you never got around asking about video technology and non linear editing. Happy cutting.
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