Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 Bible
Totally revised and enhanced to cover the major new upgrade to the overall leading desktop digital video application Packed with tutorials, tips, and tricks, this is the authoritative and comprehensive guide to creating, editing, and outputting digital video to DVD, CD-ROM, the Web, or videotape Shows how to create special effects using Premiere and After Effects, Encore, and other software; how to integrate narration, music, and sound effects with moving images; and how to create digital video productions from movies shot on a camcorder Bonus CD-ROM is loaded with video-based tutorials, a library of usable video clips and sample effects, useful video filters and utilities, and software tryouts
- Paperback | 768 pages
- 187.96 x 231.14 x 45.72mm | 1,179.33g
- 26 Dec 2003
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
Table of contents
Foreword.Preface.Acknowledgments.Part I: Getting Started with Premiere Pro.Chapter 1: Premiere Pro Quickstart.Chapter 2: Premiere Pro Basics.Chapter 3: Customizing Premiere Pro.Chapter 4: Working with Project Settings.Chapter 5: Capturing Video and Audio.Part II: Editing with Premiere Pro.Chapter 6: Using the Timeline and Sequences.Chapter 7: Basic Editing with the Timeline and Monitor Windows.Chapter 8: Editing Audio.Chapter 9: Mixing and Creating Effects with the Audio Mixer.Chapter 10: Creating Transitions.Part III: Working with Type and Graphics.Chapter 11: Creating Titles and Graphics with Adobe Title Designer.Chapter 12: Creating Type and Graphic Effects.Part IV: Advanced Techniques and Special Effects.Chapter 13: Advanced Editing Techniques.Chapter 14: Using Video Effects.Chapter 15: Superimposing.Chapter 16: Using Color Mattes and Backdrops.Chapter 17: Creating Motion Effects in Premiere Pro.Chapter 18: Enhancing Video.Part V: Outputting Digital Video from Premiere Pro.Chapter 19: Exporting AVI, QuickTime, and MPEG Movies.Chapter 20: Outputting to the Web and Intranet.Chapter 21: Exporting Video to the Web.Chapter 22: Exporting to Videotape.Chapter 23: Outputting to CD-ROM, Macromedia Director, and Macromedia Flash.Part VI: Premiere Pro and Beyond.Chapter 24: Using Adobe Encore to Create DVDs.Chapter 25: Customizing DVD Screens and Navigation in Adobe Encore DVD.Chapter 26: Trimming Clips in After Effects.Chapter 27: The Photoshop Connection.Chapter 28: Using Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Illustrator.Chapter 29: Working with Masks in Adobe After Effects 6.0.Chapter 30: Adding Special Effects in Adobe After Effects.Part VII: Appendixes.Appendix A: What's on the DVD.Appendix B: Places to Visit on the Web.Appendix C: Licensing QuickTime.Appendix D: The Digital Video Recording Studio.Index.
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About Adele Droblas
Adele Droblas and Seth Greenberg are best-selling authors, educators and consultants. They have taught courses on After Effects, Premiere, Director, Dreamweaver, Flash, Painter, Photoshop and other applications for Columbia University and Pratt Institute. Adele has taught Adobe Premiere to news producers at CNBC, showing them how to edit video clips for use on their web site. She has also taught varies corporations in NYC how to use After Effects to create and incorporate title effects with video clips. Seth Greenberg has worked as a producer at a television production company, which produced syndicated television programming and industrial films. As a television producer, Seth wrote scripts and supervised production shoots, editing and postproduction sessions.
"...an invaluable and thorough resource...there's no other title we'd rather recommend. Buy it and be saved..." (Computer Arts, March 2004)