Adobe Premiere 6.5 Bible

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Wiley, Dec 6, 2002 - Computers - 744 pages
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* 100 percent of what people need to master the latest version of the world's most popular digital video editing application
* Covers the brand-new release of Adobe Premiere, including all of the latest features
* Offers tutorials, tips, and tricks for editing video in Premiere as well as how to create special effects in Premiere, After Effects, Electrifier and other applications
* Demonstrates how to integrate narration, music, and sound effects with moving images like a pro
* CD-ROM contains video-based tutorials, a library of usable video clips and sample effects, useful video filters and utilities, and Premiere tryouts for both Mac and Windows.

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Contents

Getting Started with Premiere
1
rPrV
3
Premiere Basics
29
Working with Project Settings
53
Capturing Video
67
Editing with Premiere
91
Understanding the Timeline Window
98
Setting In and Out Points in the Timeline Window
105
Outputting Digital Video from Premiere
465
Outputting to the Web and Intranets
489
Exporting Video to the Web
509
Exporting to Videotape and Edit Decision Lists
521
Outputting to CDROM and Using Macromedia Director
533
Using Macromedia Director
541
Using Macromedia Flash with Premiere movies
549
Premiere and Beyond
555

Editing Audio
115
Creating Transitions
149
Working with Type and Graphics
199
Saving Closing and Opening a Title
207
Using Color
215
Creating Type and Graphic Effects
259
Creating the Time Flies project
266
Advanced Techniques and Special Effects
283
IM?i? ?FTi
285
Using Video Effects
309
Superimposing
359
Using Color Mattes and Backdrops
387
Creating Motion Effects in Premiere
411
Enhancing Video
441
Using Selections in Photoshop
454
The Photoshop Connection
571
Using Adobe Premiere and Adobe Illustrator
587
Working with Masks in Adobe After Effects
617
Adding Special Effects in Adobe After Effects
631
ThirdParty Special Effects Software
651
2 E 21
659
Appendixes
661
Whats on the CDROM
663
Places to Visit on the Web
667
Licensing QuickTime
673
The Digital Video Recording Studio
675
Index
685
EndUser License Agreement
715
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Adele Droblas is an artist, writer, and computer consultant. She has produced digital video clips that appear on the Web for her clients.

Seth Greenberg is a computer consultant, programmer, and author. He has worked as a television producer and scriptwriter.

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