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Take a look behind the scenes at the production of a real-world television commercial. Learn what it takes to plan, shoot, and edit a public service announcement for delivery to broadcast and the web.
Learn how to color correct footage with lookup tables (LUTs) and looks in Premiere Pro. Create custom LUTs and exchange LUTs with Photoshop, After Effects, and more.
Explore the new features added to Adobe Premiere Pro CC in 2015.
Get tips for importing, processing, editing, and color grading single- and multi-camera footage from a DSLR with software such as Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, and SpeedGrade.
Learn how to organize and run multicamera video productions, and use tools such as Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro to fine-tune the results.
Learn to create and manipulate 3D graphics for use in video, using Photoshop, After Effects, and Illustrator.
Learn how lens profiles can fix unwanted distortion and other problems in your photos and videos—and how to create new lens profiles of your own.
Learn how to colorize and enhance storyboards with Photoshop, and use the motion graphics tools in After Effects to create engaging animatics.
Learn how to create better transitions by combining Premiere Pro's built-in transitions with filters and other effects, and then find out how to customize and save your results.
Stay on top of the newest features in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Learn the terms and technology that will help you understand how vector and raster graphics are prepped and formatted for use in video and motion graphics.
Learn the fundamentals of working with type: compositing type, animating type, and creating 3D text and logos.
Learn how to import, sync, and edit footage from multiple cameras with Premiere Pro.
Create backgrounds for video projects using Photoshop and After Effects.
Learn the tricks to working with blending modes in Premiere Pro.
Learn how to fix contrast, color, noise and other problems in your footage with Premiere Pro CC.
Shoot and animate your own stop-motion films with an iPad, smartphone, or DSLR camera and the iStopMotion app for Mac OS and iOS devices.
Learn how to create an animated logo with After Effects, and get the motion graphics experience you need to succeed as a freelance video editor.
Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, and even Illustrator to correct problems like lens distortion, camera shake, noise and grain, and overblown exposure, and add creative effects.
Learn to save time, save disc space, and get more billable work done using Dynamic Link—the Adobe technology that allows you to use files from other Adobe apps inside your Premiere Pro projects.
Get on-location tips and post-production techniques to speed up time and create compelling visual effects with time-lapse photography.
Guides you through the keying process in Premiere Pro, After Effects, and other popular tools like Primatte Keyer and zMatte.
Learn how to shoot and edit green screen footage and images.
Capture footage of everyday objects and combine it with effects in popular postproduction tools like After Effects and Premiere Pro, resulting in rich, abstract backdrops for your project.
Explores new features like video adjustment layers and the redesigned interface in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.
Explores various methods in Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects for fixing exposure problems in video footage.
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