Reviews several non-fiction books about Adobe computer programming. ' Adobe Premiere 6.5: Classroom in a Book,' by Adobe Systems; 'SAMS Teach Yourself Adobe Premiere 6.5 in 24 Hours,' by Jeff Sengstack; 'Adobe Premiere for Dummies,' by Keith Underdahl.
The article reviews three books about Adobe software including "Adobe Premiere 2.0 Revealed," by Chris Botello and Ann Fisher, "Adobe Premiere Pro 2 Bible," by Adele Droblas and "Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0: Classroom in a Book," by Jeff Sengstack.
The article offers step-by step instructions on how to use Merge Clips (MC), the audio software from the Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 dual-system, to merge the audio from the audio recording unit with the reference audio recorded with the camera.
Wiley Publishers has released the book "Adobe Premiere Pro Bible," written by Adele Droblas and Seth Greenberg. Whether an expert or beginner, or outputting to the web or DVD, readers of this book benefit from tutorials, tips, and tricks for quickly and easily producing and editing digital video productions. Priced at $49.99, the roughly 700-page text is accompanied by a bonus DVD. The book "Visual Design Fundamentals: A Digital Approach From Charles River Media," is written by Alan Hashimoto, an associate professor in the graphic design and computer art field. It teaches the principles behind creating brilliant, entertaining, and effective computer-generated designs and images.
Macworld. Jan1999, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p115. 3p. 4 Color Photographs, 2 Black and White Photographs.
Computer software, Adobe software, Video production & direction, and Audiovisual materials
Presents expert tips and techniques for commanding the Adobe Premiere 5.0 video-editing software. How to cross the platform divide; Use the right codec; How to survive Premiere's flaws; Timeline tricks.