Yesterday Adobe announced a series of free sample videos for those looking to learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro CS5. Premiere Pro is a high-end video editing suite that allows to “work natively with the video formats you want and accelerate production from scriptwriting to editing, encoding, and final delivery.”
The video series is based on the Peachpit Press and Video2Brain DVD series called Adobe Premiere Pro CS5: Learn by Video. The full DVD set retails for $44.09 on Amazon.
In all, there are 15 free videos covering such subjects as Get Editing, Track Patching, Adding Motion to clips, Creating and editing titles, and Combining layers to name just a few.
Adobe Premiere is not a cheap product – even with a good deal you can expect to pay $700 plus. Anyone investing that kind of money will certainly be interested in learning all of the details for making the most of it. I can’t say that this DVD series in the best one for helping you with that, but the 15 free sample available should give users a chance to see if plunking down money on the full DVD series is worth it.
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Wow, looking forward how this tutorial improve my video editing capabilities..
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