Video2Brain: Video Production with Creative Suite 6 (2012)
DVD | ISO | 1.00 GB | English | VIDEO2BRAIN | NO Incl. Project Files | Vídeo Training
Trainer: Maxim Jago | Duration: 3 hrs 15 min
Advanced Creative Workflows Made Simple
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 expert 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.
In this course you’ll best practices for sharing files and creative decisions between applications in the Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium 6. The contents of this course include:
Introduction: An Overview of Dynamic Link and Round-Tripping
Interoperability between applications is one of the key benefits of the Adobe Creative Suite and the Creative Cloud. This chapter introduces the key concepts involved in sharing work between multiple applications.
Adobe Story is a powerful scriptwriting, production planning, and scheduling application. It also provides some useful support for editors. This chapter shows you how to get the most out of Story.
Prelude is a powerful tool with user-friendly features to help you ingest, transcode, and tag your media. This chapter will show you how to integrate Prelude into your workflow.
Though Bridge is mainly used by photographers and designers, it has some wonderful features for creatives who want to collaborate. This chapter will show you how to bridge the gap with Bridge.
Illustrator is a great choice for graphic art creation. Because it is vector-based, work you create with Illustrator can very easily be repurposed for productions at different resolutions. This chapter will show you some ways to integrate Illustrator into your workflow.
Photoshop has a longstanding relationship with Premiere Pro. PSD files (Photoshop’s native format) are supported natively, both as combined layers and as pre-built sequences, with layer styles displayed dynamically. This chapter shows you some best practices.
Audition is a powerful standalone application for recording audio and creating multitrack music and soundtracks. It also has some powerful tricks up its sleeve to help out nonlinear editors who are in a fix. This chapter will show you how easy it is to add Audition to your toolkit, even if you're not an audio engineer.
Premiere Pro and After Effects have always worked well together, but with the new Global Performance Cache, 64-bit computing, and GPU accelerated workflows, they get along better than ever. This chapter will show you what the combination of After Effects CS6 and Premiere Pro CS6 can do.
SpeedGrade is a very welcome addition to the Creative Suite family. This chapter shows you how to add SpeedGrade to your workflow both at the beginning and at the end.
Encore is a user-friendly and powerful DVD, Blu-ray, and Web DVD authoring application that benefits from a Dynamic Link connection with Premiere Pro. This chapter shows you how easy it is to share work between the two applications.
Adobe Media Encoder
The CS6 version of the Adobe Media Encoder includes more standalone features than ever. This chapter will show you important preferences and workflows that can save you time when it’s time to transcode.
The lessons are wrapped in a feature-rich interface that lets you jump to any topic and bookmark individual sections for later review. Full-Screen mode provides a hi-def, immersive experience, and Watch-and-Work mode shrinks the video into a small window so you can play the videos alongside your application. Also included are exercise files that give you an easy way to try out the techniques you learn.
Broadband internet connection
Up-to-date browser with Flash plug-in
Screen resolution 1024x768 or higher
Sound card with speakers or headphones attached
Pentium 4 2.6 GHz or higher, or Apple Mac G5
512 MB RAM