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Merging and Syncing Clips with Audio Sync in Premiere Pro

Looking to save time when editing sync sound or multi cam? I really like a newer option in Adobe Premiere Pro called Audio Sync. You can select two clips that you think go together that have been recorded separately and use Audio Sync to sync them up.  In this video I will walk you through how to merge and sync clips with Audio Sync.

Quality and Format Improvements: Merging and Syncing Clips with Audio Sync

To learn more, I’ve created an exciting course called Premiere Pro: Creative Cloud Updates, for Lynda.com

http://www.lynda.com/Premiere-Pro-tutorials/Merging-syncing-clips-audio-syn...

Adobe Premiere Pro CC has some very exciting new features and updates.  It’s important to stay on top of these new features so you can maximize your experience and workflow as you’re in post production. This course is dedicated to the video producers and editors who need to leverage the latest Premiere Pro tools and techniques fast.  I will cover all of these new features, which include: a customizable user interface, quality and format improvements like the enhanced Mercury Playback Engine, timeline tricks, and media management techniques, and the best audio, multicamera, and closed captioning workflows.

Topics in this course include:

  • Switching between audio waveforms and video
  • Creating a new sequence
  • Integrating scripting with the Story panel
  • Working with different camera formats
  • Selecting and nudging clips
  • Using dupe-detection markers
  • Copying and pasting ranges
  • Nesting sequences
  • Relinking offline sequences
  • Color grading with the Lumetri Deep Color Engine
  • Adjusting clip volume
  • Automatic syncing with audio waveforms
  • Recording multicamera edits
  • Adjusting timing and display of captions
  • Exporting multiple clips/sequences

You can check out the class here - http://www.lynda.com/Premiere-Pro-tutorials/Merging-syncing-clips-audio-syn...







Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jan 25, 2014 at 6:10:08 am

A New Way of Sharing Photos

I've been working on something for a long time.  Can't (and don't) want to say too much.  Soon it can be in your hands.  Want you all to look at the image and explore the interactive features (let me know what you think in the comments).


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Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jan 15, 2014 at 10:45:59 am

Reducing Camera Shake in Video

It’s very common to have shaky footage, especially with the trend of handheld shooting. Adobe offers several ways to fix shaky footage.  One challenge is to remove the blur caused by camera shake. One of my favorite ways to fix it is to use a filter inside Photoshop CC called Shake Reduction.  

Restoration in Action: Video - Reducing Camera Shake in Video 

To learn more, I’ve created an exciting course called Repairing and Enhancing Video with Lynda.com.   http://www.lynda.com/After-Effects-tutorials/Reducing-camera-shake-video/14...

Whether you want to fix a problem in post or simply give your video more style, this course will help everyone from motion graphics designers to video editors improve their footage. Rich Harrington uses Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, and even Illustrator to correct problems you'd encounter in real-world projects, like lens distortion, camera shake, noise and grain, and overblown exposure. Plus, you'll learn advanced techniques for speeding up or slowing down your video, rotoscoping footage, and using the numerous creative color and texture effects in Photoshop and After Effects. If your footage has ever needed some extra attention, this course is for you.

Topics in this course include: 

  • Reviewing the retoucher's toolbox
  • Stabilizing footage
  • Fixing alignment
  • Retiming footage
  • Removing lens distortion
  • Using rotoscoping to enhance footage
  • Recovering exposure
  • Color grading with Photoshop
  • Converting to black and white
  • Creating a film or painterly look
  • Adding depth of field

You can check out the class here — http://www.lynda.com/After-Effects-tutorials/Reducing-camera-shake-video/14...

     




    Reducing Camera Shake in Video Republished by Richard Harrington


    Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jan 12, 2014 at 6:45:05 am

    New animations in Apple Keynote

    The new update to Apple Keynote adds additional animation options.  Learn how to animate text and slide transitions in new ways.  Remember to show restraint, but there are some classy new animations to choose from.

    Apple just released a brand new version of iWork has been released with OS X Mavericks.  All three applications — Keynote, Numbers, and Pages have new versions with major updates and major changes to the user interface. Some features are completely new to the iWork application, while other elements no longer exist.  There are some major changes in how to use the iWork app across all of your devices including, tablets, iPad minis, and smart phones as well as Macs and PCs.  Enjoy this course as you will learn all about the new iWork application and will feel both confident and eager to jump right into this exciting new workflow.

    To learn more I've created a new course called iWork: Workflows and New Features with Lynda.com.

    Topics in this course include:

    • Installing the Software
    • A New Way of Collaboration
    • Essential New Features in Pages
    • Essential New Features in Keynote
    • Essential New Features in Numbers



    New animations in Apple Keynote Republished by Richard Harrington


    Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jan 7, 2014 at 6:50:50 pm

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    Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jan 7, 2014 at 6:50:09 pm



    Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jan 7, 2014 at 5:44:00 pm

    Understanding the New Apple Keynote

    The new update to Apple Keynote completely changes the user interface.  There are a bunch of new things as well as several things missing.  Plus just about everything has a new place on the screen.  Let me help you make sense of it all.

    Apple just released a brand new version of iWork has been released with OS X Mavericks.  All three applications — Keynote, Numbers, and Pages have new versions with major updates and major changes to the user interface. Some features are completely new to the iWork application, while other elements no longer exist.  There are some major changes in how to use the iWork app across all of your devices including, tablets, iPad minis, and smart phones as well as Macs and PCs.  Enjoy this course as you will learn all about the new iWork application and will feel both confident and eager to jump right into this exciting new workflow.

    To learn more I've created a new course called iWork: Workflows and New Features with Lynda.com.

    Topics in this course include:

    • Installing the Software
    • A New Way of Collaboration
    • Essential New Features in Pages
    • Essential New Features in Keynote
    • Essential New Features in Numbers



    Understanding the New Apple Keynote Republished by Richard Harrington


    Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jan 2, 2014 at 10:40:22 pm

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