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Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Adobe Media Encoder

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Adobe Media Encoder
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In this tutorial for the Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline series, Richard Harrington uses the Adobe Media Encoder to go from your finished sequence right to the web, blu-ray, or other outputs with a quick hand-off and jump back in to your editing.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Black and White Converversion

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Black and White Converversion
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In this tutorial for the Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline series, Richard Harrington explores how to make a better black and white image with a combination of filters.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Correcting Lens Distortion

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Correcting Lens Distortion
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In this tutorial for the Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline series, Richard Harrington explores lens correction, a feature that shows integration between Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Photoshop Extended.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Recovering Skies

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Recovering Skies
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In this tutorial for the Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline series, Richard Harrington deals with a common problem with outdoor footage -- blown out skies. This episode shows what techniques are at your disposal to help you put more life into your footage.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Creating Custom Backgrounds

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Creating Custom Backgrounds
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In this tutorial for the Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline series, Richard Harrington demonstrates a graphics tip for quickly making your own customized backgrounds. Remix your own stock backgrounds inside the Premiere Pro timeline for a completely new look.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Organizing with Adobe Bridge

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Organizing with Adobe Bridge
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In this tutorial for the Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline series, Richard Harrington addresses the companion product: Adobe Bridge. A standard problem with tapeless acquisition is that it is difficult to name your clips. Use Adobe Bridge to batch rename your clips and organize your workflow.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Equalizing Color & Exposure

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Equalizing Color & Exposure
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In this tutorial for the Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline series, Richard Harrington tackles the equalizing command. If you have a clip that's washed out or too dark, this is the perfect effect to correct your levels.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: The Leave Color Effect

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: The Leave Color Effect
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In this Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline video tutorial Richard Harrington takes a look at the Leave Color Effect to desaturate the colors out of a shot leaving only the color you want.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Color Correction 6: The Filmic Blend Technique

Color Correction 6: The Filmic Blend Technique
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In this follow-on tutorial to Color Correction 5: Blend Modes, Andrew Devis demonstrates a technique that uses blend modes to help make video look a little more like film and so set your work apart. For almost no effort you can get some great results on individual clips, sequences or even whole projects.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Color Correction 5: Blend Modes

Color Correction 5: Blend Modes
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis introduces the 'Blend Modes' available in Premiere Pro and shows how to use them with black video and color mattes as an alternative color correction technique which can give subtly different looks to your work.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Edit to the Beat

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Edit to the Beat
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In this Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline tutorial, Richard Harrington shows how to edit a group of video clips quickly to sync them to an audio clip by using markers and the automate to sequence command.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Audio Recording 2: Recording Narration

Audio Recording 2: Recording Narration
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In this second audio recording tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to do the actual recording in Premiere Pro, including how to target tracks, mute tracks, solo tracks with some recording tips; as well as giving us a rendition of 'The Jabberwocky' by Lewis Carroll! Is this a first for Creative COW?

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Timeline Navigation

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Timeline Navigation
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In this Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline tutorial, Richard Harrington gives some quick tips on how to navigate the timeline quickly while controlling your video clips like a pro.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Audio Recording 1: Setting Up to Record Narration

Audio Recording 1: Setting Up to Record Narration
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In this PP video tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to set up Premiere Pro for audio recording, while looking at the options and explaining why they are important.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Changing Audio From Stereo to Dual Mono

Changing Audio From Stereo to Dual Mono
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Sometimes when you record you use different microphones on each audio channel of your camera. But, when you get into Premiere Pro, you find that you have one stereo channel and not two mono channels and so you can't edit them as you would like! So how can you change a single stereo channel into two mono channels? In this quick tip tutorial, Andrew Devis demonstrates how to make that change into two mono channels or even two 5.1 channels, as well as how to change a mono track into a stereo track and how to use the preferences to make it automatic if you have lots of clips changing from one thing to another.Changing

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adding and Removing Tracks

Adding and Removing Tracks
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In this Premiere Pro quick tip tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how easy it is to create new audio (stereo, mono and 5.1) and video tracks in your timeline with almost no effort at all.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Adjusting Exposure

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Adjusting Exposure
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In this Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline tutorial, Richard Harrington shows how to get the proper contrast range from your footage using the shadow and highlight effect.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
YC Waveform Graph in Premiere Pro

YC Waveform Graph in Premiere Pro
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The YC Waveform graph in Premiere Pro gives us a graphical display of the Luminance (brightness) and Chrominance (color) of our footage and is an essential tool for correcting and improving the look of our image by giving us empirical data about the changes we make rather than just relying on our eyes. In this short tutorial, Andrew Devis introduces the YC Waveform graph and shows how to use it as a reference for brightness adjustment of a shot.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Interpreting Footage in Premiere Pro

Interpreting Footage in Premiere Pro
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Sometimes you bring in footage to your project panel to add to a sequence and it just looks wrong! This is because Premiere Pro has interpreted the footage - or made assumptions about the footage - which aren't correct. So how do you tell PP to interpret the footage properly? In this tutorial Andrew Devis shows how to use the 'Interpret Footage' function in PP and then how to use the correctly interpreted footage in a sequence that matches that footage. NOTE: The Interpret Footage function works in previous versions but the the new comp function demonstrated is for CS5 and above.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Mastering the Project Manager

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Mastering the Project Manager
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In this Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline video tutorial, Richard Harrington uses some hidden features in the project manager to clean up a project.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
The Vectorscope in Premiere Pro

The Vectorscope in Premiere Pro
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The vectorscope provides graphical information on the colors in your footage and is an excellent way of checking your footage to find out if it is within broadcast safe limits or if additional work needs to be done. In this Premiere Pro tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to find the vectorscope in PP, how to interpret the information it gives and how to use regions of interest to check out specific parts of your footage to get a more detailed understanding of its chrominance levels and how any changes you make affect your footage.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
The 'Default Scale to Frame Size' Preference Option

The 'Default Scale to Frame Size' Preference Option
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The 'Default Scale to Frame Size' preference can cause some confusion as it is not always obvious how it works, and how it affects footage in your project. In this brief Premiere Pro tutorial, Andrew Devis explains what effect the preference has on your footage and why things may not always seem to act in the way you think they should when this preference is or isn't selected.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Creating a Custom Sequence 2: The Magic Bullet

Creating a Custom Sequence 2: The Magic Bullet
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In the second part of this Premiere Pro CS5+ tutorial series Andrew Devis shows how to create a new sequence which will exactly match your footage even if you have no idea what size, frame rate or pixel aspect ratio (PAR) it may be. With the use of a single drag and drop action a new sequence that matches your footage precisely can be created.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Fast Color Effect

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Fast Color Effect
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In this Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline tutorial, Richard Harrington shows how to use the Fast Color Effect to fix color fast.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Creating a Custom Sequence 1: Using the Numbers

Creating a Custom Sequence 1: Using the Numbers
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At some point in your video editing career, someone will come to you with footage that is non-standard in some way or other and ask you to deal with it! In this simple tutorial Andrew Devis shows how to create sequences that don't rely on the standard presets that ship with Premiere Pro so that you can deal with that non-standard footage quickly and simply without pulling all your hair out first!

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Andrew Devis
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