DMN by by Jeff Schell DMNEditing 101: Video Editing for Beginners If you're new to video editing or Premiere Pro, Jeff Schell walks you through the basic building blocks of Premiere Pro CS3: importing, setting In and Out points, and assembling clips in the Timeline. Learn the major panels of Premiere Pro, and how they work together to help you accomplish the task of editing a program Editing 101: Importing Still Images Graphics such as still images and photographs come in all shapes and sizes. In this week's podcast, host Jeff Schell shows you some of the options and configurations available when working with images that do not match the dimensions of your program monitor in Premiere Pro CS3 . In addition, Jeff will introduce you to the 'Automate to Timeline" feature that helps you quickly create a photo montage or slide show with the click of a button. Editing 101: Color correcting bright areas of a clip In this week's podcast, host Jeff Schell walks you through steps for fixing unevenly lit video. He shows you how to use the Ramp video effect in conjunction with the Calculations video effect to mimic the transparency modes commonly found in Photoshop and After Effects. Editing 101: Compositing video with a still image In this week's podcast, host Jeff Schell provides 4 tutorials in one: first, you'll start by compositing video with a still image to create a photograph that appears to move; you'll see how the Fast Color Corrector can be used (as the name implies!) to quickly match the color between two clips Editing 101:Restoring detail with the RGB Parade Vectorscope In this week's podcast, Jeff Schell walks you through the steps of color correcting your footage with the RGB Parade vectorscope. In conjunction with monitoring the RGB waveforms, Jeff shows you how to take advantage of the "Maximum Bit-Depth" option by using high bit-depth effects like ProcAmp and RGB Curves Editing 101: Advanced Effects with the Track Matte Key Advanced Effects with the Track Matte Key. The track matte is one of the most versatile effects--it can be used to simply add a vignette around your video, to blur a face, or to display moving video inside of your titles. Podcast host Jeff Schell walks you through, step by step, how to create a handful of different track mattes in Premiere Pro CS3. While these tutorials are shown using Premiere Pro CS3 for Windows, these can be equally duplicated on the new Macintosh version of Premiere Pro CS3. Editing 101: Color correcting dark areas of a clip This week's podcast is the second in the 2 part series that began with last week's podcast. In this half, podcast host Jeff Schell shows you how to take unevenly lit video that may be too dim, and quickly brighten it up using the Ramp and Calculations video effect with a nested sequence

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