Antony Bolante freelances in video post-production and technical writing. He has taught video editing to graduate and undergraduate students using Avid, Media 100, and of course, After Effects. He is a contributor to the Adobe Certified Expert exam as well as the Premiere Pro User Guide and Help system. He is also the author of the previous edition of this guide and After Effects 7.0 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickPro Guide.
Premiere Pro CS3 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickPro Guideby Antony Bolante
Here to get filmmakers and digital video pros up to speed on Premiere Pro CS3 - in time to meet their next deadline -is everyone's favorite task-based guide, but geared toward more advanced users. Through step-by-step instructions, enhanced by tips, sidebars, and plenty of visual aids, veteran video editor Antony Bolante shows you how to effectively and efficiently work with audio, create transitions and titles, manipulate subclips and virtual clips, and more. you'll learn about key features with real-world examples of how and when features should be used, including all that's new in Premiere Pro CS3: the ability to build Blu-ray Disc, DVD, and Flash projects with Adobe Encore CS3 (now included with Premiere Pro CS3); Adobe OnLocation CS3, which lets on-the-road users record footage directly to their computer disk--removing the need to capture video to tape later. You will enjoy learning to create slow-motion effects with Time Remapping, and will get up to speed on Premiere's new editing tools.
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