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All  - Adobe Encore  Using x264 To Encode Video For Blu-ray Disc Authoring
Adobe Encore Using x264 To Encode Video For Blu-ray Disc Authoring
In this video tutorial, Jeff shows you how to set up x264 to encode video files that Adobe Encore will import for Blu-ray authoring without re-transcoding them. He demonstrates the open-source Advanced Frameserver, as well as MeGUI an open-source graphical front-end for x264 that also contains its own version of AviSynth. He shows you how to use the Advanced Frameserver to simplify exporting the Adobe Premiere Pro sequence that x264 will encode.
All  - Adobe Premiere Pro - Using Camtasia Studio Footage in Premiere
Adobe Premiere Pro - Using Camtasia Studio Footage in Premiere
In this video tutorial, Jeff shows off a good workflow for exporting screen recordings from Camtasia Studio, importing them into Premiere, creating sequences, adding screen recordings and screen captures to sequences, and preparing the sequences for export. The workflow is designed to keep text in the screen recordings crisp and clear. And don't let the Camtasia name scare you away if you use different screen recording software; these techniques can work equally well for clips from almost any screen recording program.

Running time: 14 minutes, 26 seconds
All  - Adobe Premiere Pro - New Exporting Features in CS5
Adobe Premiere Pro - New Exporting Features in CS5
In this video tutorial, Jeff gives an overview and a demo of the new features that Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 has for exporting. Included is a discussion of some additional controls that have been added to the Adobe Media Encoder to make your encoding jobs just a little bit easier.

Running time: 12 minutes, 4 seconds
All  - dv2Film - Giving Your Video a Film Look
dv2Film - Giving Your Video a Film Look
In this video tutorial, Jeff demonstrates how to get that coveted "film look" for your video footage. Using Dan Isaacs' dv2Film AviSynth filter and other free, open-source applications, you can give harsh, overly-sharp video a softer, film-like look and feel. The raw video is converted before any editing is done, which enables you to edit the converted clips in your favorite editing program as if they were film. And although the name of the filter is dv2Film, it works just as well if you need to give HD footage a film look. You'll need some of the tools from Jeff's Essential Open-Source Toolkit tutorial to be able to use dv2Film.

Running Time: 22 minutes, 36 seconds
All  - hd2sd - High Quality Scaling From HD to SD
hd2sd - High Quality Scaling From HD to SD
In this video tutorial, Jeff shows you how to use Dan Isaacs' excellent AviSynth filter, hd2sd. This filter uses high-quality scaling and deinterlacing algorithms to produce pristine results when you scale your High Definition footage down to Standard Definition resolution. Although some commercial editing programs can produce results almost as good as hd2sd when progressive HD footage is scaled down, nothing comes close to hd2sd's quality when you're scaling down interlaced HD footage. This tutorial requires that you have some of the tools that Jeff demonstrated in his "Essential Open-Source Toolkit" tutorial.

Running Time: 27 minutes, 43 seconds
All  - The Essential Open-Source Toolkit
The Essential Open-Source Toolkit
In this video tutorial, Jeff shows you how to find, download and install several free, open-source applications that will enhance and expand the capabilities of your current editing and effects software. These tools work on their own, or in concert with your software, to streamline your workflow and make your final output better. The tools Jeff has chosen to include are stable, reliable and arguably best-in-class. They are the foundation you'll need to be able to use the additional tools that Jeff demonstrates in some of his other tutorials.

Running Time: 24 minutes, 19 seconds
All  - Adobe Premiere Pro - HD to SD Using Premiere Pro CS4
Adobe Premiere Pro - HD to SD Using Premiere Pro CS4
In this video tutorial, Jeff shows you how to use Adobe Premiere Pro CS4's new Maximum Render Quality feature to get great results when you scale your High Definition footage down to Standard Definition frame sizes for delivery on DVD. Maximum Render Quality makes Premiere's scaling and deinterlacing better than ever before.

Running time: 19 minutes, 17 seconds
All  - Adobe Encore - Frameserving from Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Encore - Frameserving from Adobe Premiere Pro
In this video tutorial, Jeff guides you on a trip from Adobe Premiere Pro to Adobe Encore using the DebugMode FrameServer plug-in. Adobe Encore CS4 added a new feature that allowed a live Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 sequence to be added to an Encore DVD or Blu-ray project. But what about Encore version CS3 or earlier? The DebugMode FrameServer lets you send a Premiere sequence to older versions of Encore without having to first render an intermediate file from Premiere.

Running Time: 11 minutes, 2 seconds
All  - Adobe After Effects - Secondary Color Correction using Color Finesse
Adobe After Effects - Secondary Color Correction using Color Finesse
In this video tutorial, Jeff shows you how to use After Effects and Color Finesse to perform a secondary color correction on a video clip. The clip had its white balance fixed by Color Finesse in a previous tutorial, but even with a proper white balance, some scene elements were dull and almost colorless. The secondary color correction makes the dull colors more lively, while leaving other scene elements unaffected.

Running Time: 14 minutes, 27 seconds
All  - Adobe After Effects - Easy White Balance Using Color Finesse
Adobe After Effects - Easy White Balance Using Color Finesse
In this video tutorial, Jeff shows you how to quickly and easily correct a clip's white balance using After Effects and Color Finesse. Other color-correction plug-ins for After Effects have dedicated one-click white balance correction tools, but not Color Finesse. However, by using the tools that Color Finesse does have, you can correct white balance almost as easily. What may surprise you is that the easiest way to correct white balance in Color Finesse is hidden within the most complex tool.

Running Time: 10 minutes, 47 seconds
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