Reviews the tools and techniques aspiring video editors, cinematographers, and directors need to know to start a career in video production and editing.
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Discover how to compress video and get it ready for publishing in Compressor, and learn about key compression concepts, from transcoding to codec types.
Learn to create a video portfolio and start marketing and monetizing your work with Vimeo.
Leverage the enormous audience and unique video platform of YouTube to communicate your brand, engage your audience, and achieve your marketing goals.
Explains the popularity, pervasiveness, and functionality behind online social video services like YouTube and Vimeo, and shows you how to choose a platform that's right for you.
Discover how you can find a creative outlet and audience for your videos on Vimeo, the high-quality, ad-free video-hosting alternative.
Learn how to start a YouTube account, build a following, promote videos on Facebook and Twitter, and shoot and edit film specifically for a YouTube audience.
Streamline the compressing and encoding media processes with Compressor, the companion compression software for Final Cut Pro.
Demystifies the art of producing compressed video with the powerful Adobe Media Encoder.
Explores Encore CS5, Adobe's powerful application for authoring DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, and Flash-based video for the web.
Shows the complete workflow and new features of this important Final Cut Studio application, including batch templates and auto-detection.
Teaches how to import and organize assets; assemble them into a timeline; and provide navigation via menus, buttons, and links.
Shows how to use Compressor to compress and export all kinds of files for use on DVDs, Apple devices, and the web.
Discover how Compressor takes the pain and guesswork out of media compression with its presets.
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