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High-bit Color Support in Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0

High-bit Color Support in Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0

What does the new color depth capability in Premiere Pro 2.0 actually do? How does it differ from its sibling applications? And most importantly, what can it do for you? In this article from Timothy Kurkoski, we're going to explore the enhanced color features in Premiere Pro 2.0 and find out.

Timothy Kurkoski
Adobe Premiere Pro
Using Clip Notes in Premiere Pro 2.0

Using Clip Notes in Premiere Pro 2.0

The newly added clip notes function in Premiere Pro 2.0 is certainly an excellent feature, for a variety of reasons. Perhaps the biggest reason is compatibility. Clip notes generated from Premiere Pro 2.0 can be opened up in the free and commonly used Adobe Acrobat Reader. Secondly, clip note comments can easily imported and exported via email. There is no need for complicated web servers or any other forms of media. In order to use clip-notes successfully, you have to follow a specific procedure and the following tutorial from Aanarav Sareen briefly describes how to use this newly added feature.

Aanarav Sareen
Adobe Premiere Pro
Editing Multicam Footage in Premiere Pro 2.0

Editing Multicam Footage in Premiere Pro 2.0

Adobe has released a major release in their Adobe Production Studio. In this article, Creativecow leader, Aanarav Sareen, an Adobe Certified Expert in Premiere, gives us an overview of the new Multi-Cam feature in Premiere Pro 2.0. In order to edit multi-camera footage within Premiere Pro 2.0, there are certain steps you have to follow. This tutorial briefly describes the process of getting to the multi-camera interface.

Aanarav Sareen
Adobe Premiere Pro
Bullet-Time Effect in Adobe Premiere

Bullet-Time Effect in Adobe Premiere

In this tutorial, Satish Kumar demonstrates the famous Matrix style Bullet-time effect in Premiere: A man leaps in the air with a gun, fires a shot, and then hovers in the air while the camera moves around him by 180 degrees. To create this effect, we have the shot of the man leaping in the air as a video and 6 still shots of him in the air at different angles. The still shots will be morphed between using the WinMorph plugin for Premiere. This morphed video composited with a moving background will give the 180 degree camera rotation effect.

Satish Kumar
Adobe Premiere Pro
An Adventure in Photogrammetry

An Adventure in Photogrammetry

Strictly speaking, photogrammetry is the process of measuring and extracting data from photos, but in the film and video world there is a more exciting twist to the idea - if you've seen Panic Room you'll know what I am talking about. Photogrammetry is used to create or replace real-world objects with CGI models - in the case of Panic Room, the camera was able to swoop through banister railings and through the handle of a coffeepot because these objects were created digitally. In this tutorial, Lucas Young gives us a quick example.

Lucas Young
Adobe Premiere Pro
DVD Creation using Adobe Premiere

DVD Creation using Adobe Premiere

Dan Gordon explores the process of DVD Authoring using Adobe Premiere for Windows. The techniques he lays out can be used in both 5.1 and in 6.x. Dan looks at the set-up, export, compression, audio and other considerations that are a part of the DVD Authoring process. In an easy to understand, graphically presented overview, Dan makes the topic of DVD Authoring a quick jump for those considering the subject.

Dan Gordon
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere 6 Quick Start: Square versus Rectangular Pixels

Premiere 6 Quick Start: Square versus Rectangular Pixels
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Mike Velte has created a great Premiere 6 Quick Start Video Tutorial. In this excerpt from his video-cd, he walks us through the ever-popular square versus rectangular pixel dilemma. There is another excerpt and a walk through of the new features in Premiere 6 on Mikes site:

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Mike Velte


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