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Articles By Luisa Winters
Luisa Winters, Jan Ozer, and Shawn Lam | New Shawn Lam tutorial added: Author & Deliver in Multiple Formats with a Single Encore CS5.5 Workflow. Also featured: Jan Ozer on Roundtrip Pro Audio Editing, Luisa Winters on the new Merge Clips feature in Premiere Pro CS5.5, Jan Ozer on new capabilities of Adobe Media Encoder CS5.5, Luisa Winters on using Photoshop's Content Aware Fill with After Effects, Shawn Lam on Image Stabilization Using Adobe After Effects' new Warp Stabilizer.
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Luisa Winters | In December, Lance Gray explained how to isolate a color in a still image in Photoshop. You can also achieve this effect on the video side of things, and for that, the perfect application is After Effects—which is, after all, Photoshop on a timeline.
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In this video tutorial, EventDV Moving Picture columnist Jan Ozer explains how you can stabilize your video effectively and efficiently with proDAD Mercalli using a host of well-chosen presets and more.
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Luisa Winters | Adobe's new CS3 Production Premium raises the bar for postproduction suite features and application integration by including the video-centric and task-oriented Soundbooth; Blu-ray and Flash output support in Encore; the newly acquired Ultra and OnLocation, and more. With Adobe Certified Trainer Luisa Winters as your guide, here's a tour of the new features that will improve your workflow the most.
Posted 29 Jun 2007 By
Luisa Winters | Loop-based music creation is a technique that is being used in a lot of the programs that you see (and hear) on broadcast television today, and it can benefit our productions as well. Here's how to build loop-based soundtracts in Adobe Audition.
Posted 02 Mar 2007 By
Luisa Winters | Many times during our video shoots we get persistent, intrusive noises like the hum of an air conditioner that we can't turn off or avoid with careful mic placement, and need to be cleaned up in post. Adobe Audition lets you do that quickly and efficiently with the Noise Reduction effect. Here's how it works.
Posted 05 Sep 2006 By
Luisa Winters | Postproduction software is all about suites these days, and Adobe has taken suite integration-seamless interplay between applications-to a new level with Adobe Production Studio, thanks to a feature called Dynamic Link. Here's how you can use it to your best advantage.
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Have you ever wondered how to carve out a dancing couple in a wedding reception video, and make them pop by blurring the background behind them? Because moving pictures move, creating masks in video sequences is more challenging than creating masks in still images in Photoshop or other image editors. In this intermediate tutorial, Adobe certified instructor Luisa Winters explains how to create animated masks in Adobe After Effects.
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Award-winning videographer and Adobe certified trainer Luisa Winters presents a step-by-step tutorial on how to create customized motion menus in Encore DVD, maximizing the interchange capabilities of the Adobe Video Collection.
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Shooting weddings in military settings presents unique challenges to videographers, from security issues to matters of military protocol and tradition. Here we take a look inside the U.S. Naval Academy Chapel, with a closeup view of how Naval Academy weddings work and what videographers need to know before tackling a project in such an environment.
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