Adobe Premiere Pro is a powerful editing software and its extensive list of tools means that the editing possibilities are practically endless. It can be overwhelming when there’s always something new to learn, but shortcuts and small setting changes can help you master your next video project, whether you are looking to save time or improve the quality of your work.
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Last week on October 16-17 the Jacob Javits Center hosted the National Associations of Broadcasters Show New York. NAB Show New York focuses on new outlooks on media and technology in nearly every vertical of the industry.
Meet Our Speaker, Luisa Winters, Private/Remote Pilot and Adobe Master Instructor!
"Why Do I Teach?"
I have been a trainer for over 20 years. Started teaching when I was 19 years old, and continued teaching professionals starting in 1998. I have seen my share of students, all of them with challenges and accomplishments. All of them with similar goals: to learn, get better at their jobs and be more efficient in their workflows. I think everyone can agree that continuing education benefits both the employee and the
company that this person works for.
The question has been asked on how to make a pizza. In the kitchen, I have my
grandmother’s recipe which is quite delicious. In Illustrator, we can also make a
pretty nice pizza. Here are some simple steps to do so for both… bon appetit!
Very often, I encounter After Effects students that want to create text animation that appears to start from inside of the viewable area. This is a very easy process that can be mastered in a very short period of time. Let's begin!
There’s exciting news on the gaming software and hardware fronts for 3D artists who are considering or who are already using the game development software, Unity 3D.