Join Chad Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Where do I go from here?, part of Ultra CS3 Essential Training.
So we have just about completed the training series.…You might be asking yourself now well, where do I go from here?…You have learned a lot about Ultra, you learned a lot about keying, but we haven't really covered the whole story…about codecs and file formats and all that kind of stuff.…So where do you go if you want to learn more?…Obviously, there is tons of stuff on lynda.com that can help fill in the holes that we have talked about with Ultra.…So if I go down to the Subject dropdown on lynda.com, I can go to Digital Video for example.…I think there might be one or two or fifty million video titles. So there is After Effects titles,…there is Blue and Green Screen Production Principles.…
So actually while you are producing stuff, a good 15 minutes on how to setup for blue and green screen.…Digital Video Principles, this is actually one of my favorite titles, a lot of really juicy stuff on video content…and all sorts of Apple products and of course, Premiere and all sorts of really good stuff.…So if you would like to take your knowledge even further talking about codecs, formats, about alpha channels and transparency,…
- Placing and fine-tuning key points Understanding and suppressing spill Adding overlays and animated backgrounds Customizing virtual sets Creating reflections and shadows Animating virtual camera tracking Keying complex footage Creating HD projects with SD footage Working with audio Increasing Ultra's efficiency
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Introducing Ultra
3. Basic Keying
4. Using Virtual Sets
6. Advanced Features in Ultra
7. Increasing Ultra's Efficiency
8. Shooting Good Footage for Keying
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