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A Practical Look at Improving Footage in Premiere Pro CS6
No matter what camera you use, the footage you capture will not always be perfect. Clay Asbury shows how to improve footage using Premiere Pro CS6's Warp Stabilizer and Adjustment Layers.
Nov. 24, 2012
Exploring the New Audio Features in Premiere CS6
A few months on from its release, Premiere CS6's audio enhancements and features are still not as well acknowledged as they perhaps should be. Hollin Jones sets out to correct this!
Nov. 23, 2012
Trimming Tips in Premiere Pro CS6
When it comes to NLEs, Adobe's Premiere Pro CS6 packs a serious punch! In this article Clay Asbury outlines how to make the most of Premiere's trimming features.
Oct. 1, 2012
Interview: Jeff Greenberg Talks Avid, Adobe and Apple
Jeff Greenberg is a Master Adobe, Apple, and Avid Instructor in editorial, compositing, sound, color correction & compression. He popped by The Hub to chat about what's going on in the video world.
Apr. 12, 2012
Edit sound from Adobe Premiere in Audition
In a film, bad video quality is bad. Bad sound quality is even worse! Hollin Jones takes you through the essential steps needed to edit audio from Adobe Premiere in Adobe Audition.
Mar. 20, 2012
Creating a Multi-Format Export Queue in Premiere Pro
There are many video playback devices, from iPhones to TiVo boxes, and each require video in different formats. David Smith demonstrates how to easily batch export from Premiere for multiple formats.
Feb. 4, 2012
Working with speed changes in Adobe Premiere
You've probably seen speed change effects in your favourite movie(s). Hollin Jones takes you through the essentials of speeding up, down and reversing your footage in Adobe Premiere.
Jan. 29, 2012
FCP X vs. Adobe Premiere, Part 5: Exporting
It's the final part of this 5-article series comparing Final Cut Pro X & Adobe Premiere Pro. David Smith sits back after a hard day's edit to explore the different export options in both NLEs.
Oct. 26, 2011
FCP X vs. Adobe Premiere, Part 4: Crossfading Audio
"Video is two-thirds audio", or so the saying goes. Whatever the actual percentage, bad audio can ruin a great film. David Smith takes a tour of audio editing in Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere.
Oct. 11, 2011
Speed Up Your Workflow With 5 Adobe Premiere Shortcuts
There are more efficient ways to perform editing tasks in Premiere than by using the mouse. David Smith exercises his digits and demonstrates 5 shortcuts every editor needs to know.
Oct. 4, 2011
Understanding Premiere Pro's Audio Filters: An Overview
Whether you use the built-in or 3rd party audio filters, Premiere provides an intuitive way to apply and control their parameters. Hollin Jones sounds out the basics in Premiere.
Sep. 27, 2011
FCP X vs. Adobe Premiere, Part 3: Effects and Filters
Much has been said about the radical new version of Final Cut Pro. So how does it compare to Adobe's Premiere Pro? David Smith contrasts how both NLEs deal with effects and filters.
Sep. 26, 2011
FCP X vs Adobe Premiere Pro, Part 2: Editing
Much has been said about the radical new version of Final Cut Pro. So how does it compare to Adobe's Premiere Pro ? David Smith contrasts how both NLEs deal with the editing process.
Sep. 19, 2011
Adobe Premiere vs. FCP X, Part 1: Comparing Media Capture and Management
Lots has been written about the radical new version of Final Cut Pro X. So just how does it compare to Adobe's Premiere Pro? David Smith contrasts how both NLEs deal with media capture and management.
Sep. 13, 2011
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