Adobe After Effects: Green Smoke

Chapter: Visual and Creative Effects

Topic: Fire, Flame or Smoke

Create a wispy smoke title with real footage

http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorial/green_smoke/

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Adobe Premiere Pro: New RED Color Science, and How To Make It All Work with After Effects CS5 and Premiere Pro CS5

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Capture, Digitize, Import

Adobe just released a new RED importer plug-in for After Effects CS5 and Premiere Pro CS5 on the Adobe Labs website. This new set of software supports the current RED firmware (#30) and new color science.

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Adobe Premiere Pro: New Exporting Features in CS5

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Output

New Exporting Features in CS5

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Working with Tapeless Formats in Premiere Pro CS5

Premiere will now work with various tapeless video formats, including videos footage from a dslr camera, and allow editors to work with the footage directly in Premiere.

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Adobe Premiere Pro: Using Final Cut Pro with Premiere Pro

Chapter: Workflow

Topic: Inter-application Workflow

Learn how to move a project from Final Cut Pro to Adobe Premiere Pro and back again.

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Adobe Premiere Pro: How to Create the Opening Scene of “2001: A Space Odyssey” in Adobe Premiere Pro

Chapter: Visual and Creative Effects

Topic: Reproducing TV or Film Effects

How to create the opening scene of “2001: A Space Odyssey” in Adobe Premiere Pro

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Intelligent Assistance, Inc. Announces Transcriptize

Intelligent Assistance, Inc has introduced a new software tool that takes Transcription XML from Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 or Soundbooth CS4 and converts it text, Excel Spreadsheet or Final Cut Pro clip markers.

Transcriptize imports the transcription XML from the Adobe Production Bundle and allows editors and producers to name the speakers – something not possible in the Production Bundle. From there users have the option to:

Export a plain text file, suitable for the needs of a producer or to import into Media Composer’s Script Sync engine.

Export an Excel spreadsheet with a variable number of words per row.

Open the XML from a Final Cut Pro clip and add the transcription to Markers where:

  • There are a variable number of words per Marker (including one Marker per speaker)
  • The speaker name is placed in the Marker name
  • Transcription appears in the clip Marker comment
  • Marker colors are used to identify each speaker (FCP 7 onward).
  • The transcription can be searched within Final Cut Pro.
  • Markers can be easily subclipped based on transcription content.

For more information click here.

Adobe Premiere Pro: How to Make a Waving Flag in Adobe Premiere Pro

Chapter: Visual and Creative Effects

Topic: Reproducing TV or Film Effects

How to make a waving flag in Adobe Premiere Pro

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Adobe Premiere Pro: The Write-on Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro

Chapter: Titling

Topic: Animation Techniques

The Write-on Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro

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Adobe Premiere Pro: Taking the Project from Avid to Premiere

Chapter: Workflow

Topic: Inter-application Workflow

Last night, I was working on editing the first trailer for the new doc Unheralded. It’s been many weeks, indeed months since I worked out the bugs between my Avid to Premiere workflow. I’d forgotten and had to relearn what I did. So, since what I want to do isn’t really documented anywhere, here’s what you want to do:

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