Premiere Pro CS4 Lift and Extract

Franklin McMahon goes over Premiere Pro CS4′s lift and extract tools and compares them with some of the other methods video editors may use when editing video clips.

Premiere Pro CS4 Blends

With CS4, Adobe has taken the fun of using Blend Modes in Photoshop and brought it over into Premiere Pro. In this tutorial, we’ll use blend modes in creating a simple project that uses video, logo

The new sync lock feature in Premiere Pro CS4 is a very useful tool that will maintain the relationship between clips in multiple tracks so that when you are editing you make changes to one clip, Premiere will keep your edits in place

Franklin McMahon talks about batch coding in Premiere Pro CS4 and getting the software to render video projects out to different file formats for different platforms.

Premiere Pro CS4 has made it easier to apply multiple effects to multiple clips, either by cutting and pasting attributes from one clip to another, or by creating an effects preset that can be applied to any clip with one step.

Rich Harrington talks about one his favorite new features in Premiere Pro CS4; the audio transcription options.

Adobe Media Encoder CS4 takes the place of several tools that users had to rely on for processing and compression.

Let’s explore how Premiere Pro, Photoshop, and After Effects can work together to take advantage of great keying.

The advantage of this method is that a producer or production assistant can gather all of the needed names and titles into a single text file (easily created with any word processor).

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