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Adobe Premiere Pro CC with Access Code (Visual QuickStart Guides) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 15. Juni 2013

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Jan Ozer has worked with digital video since 1990, and since 1996 has served as a contributing editor for Streaming Media Magazine and has written extensively for other web and print publications. Jan's numerous titles on digital video, including Producing Streaming Video for Multiple Screen Delivery, The Hands-On Guide to Flash Video, DV 101: A Hands-On Guide for Business, Government and Educators and his books on Adobe Premiere Elements" have been translated into seven languages. Jan also co-produced Adobe Premiere Pro: Learn by Video, and was the sole producer of Producing Great Video with the Adobe Media Encoder, both for Video2Brain. When not chasing his daughters around with a camcorder, Jan shoots, streams, and produces concert and training DVDs for local musicians in Southwest Virginia, and teaches courses in digital video production.

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New to Premiere? Strongly recommend you start with this book! 8. März 2014
Von Susanne Cardwell - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Finding Jan Ozer’s Adobe Premiere Pro CC book on the shelf was a big sigh of relief for me! When scouting out books on Adobe products I’m not yet familiar with, I’ve come to learn that the ultimate first stop is a Visual Quickstart Guide—and Jan Ozer’s book was not just a perfect introduction, but also a complete learning package in one book. Although I had some background with Avid Express Pro editing, I’d highly recommend anyone new to Premiere (regardless of editing experience) to not hesitate in buying Jan Ozer’s book!

Jan’s book starts with a delightful introduction into the workspace, moves on to an outline of how to set up projects, and then crescendos to the editing process for making the video sequences all the way through to the exporting of the media for outlets such as YouTube, Vimeo, Brightcove, Ooyala, and Kaltwa (p. 434). As for other Adobe products that integrate seamlessly, Jan has light to intensive discussion on products such as Adobe Media Encoder, Adobe Audition (for audio), and Adobe After Effects (especially useful for compositing with Photoshop and Illustrator and for making unparalleled text effects).

Jan’s book provides beautifully labeled screenshots of the various Premiere interfaces that are relevant, such as the main interface, the toolbar, the timeline, the various panels, and the monitors with full and detailed descriptions of how to use each feature in your project.

Also very much appreciated, the book goes into detail on not just shortcuts for performing operations, such as overwrites, lifts, inserts, and extracts edits (p. 189), but takes you through various ways of performing the procedures without having to rely on shortcuts (which other books such as Adobe in a Classroom tend unfortunately not to do).

One of the most outstanding highlights of the book for me included the section on compositing with greenscreening, which outlined detail on both the alpha channel and garbage mattes for helping to remove unwanted detail from the image (compositing, in case you weren’t aware, is the layering of multiple disparate images together, usually with the uppermost image having some transparency to reveal the image(s) below as a background).

Another highlight was the discussion on the effects panel and effects control panel, complete with keyframes for animating the various effects, such as opacity (for doing things such as making text gradually appear on the screen or for making a logo scale from a small to large size).

Still another highlight was the audio section that shows you how to pan, mix, and equalize the audio; add effects such as chorus; and add keyframes for animating even the audio for even greater control.

Yet another delightful feature of the book was the section on text control, which allows you to add appealing visual effects to text such as drop shadows and inner strokes. Perhaps most importantly, the text chapter shows you how to implement rolling credits that you often see at the end of movies in addition to crawling text that you see going left to right at the bottom of the screen as breaking news items on news channels.

Jan even recommends settings for outlets such as youtube that you can directly influence in Premiere’s export options, such as setting the file format to H.264 (which has overcome MPEG as the latest standard), setting the recommended data rate to around 25 mbps, and even setting the frame resolution and frame rate (as in an example screen shot he provides) to 1920 X 1080 with a 29.97 frame rate (p. 417, p. 434).

Jan’s book is packed with so much breadth in what Premiere can do that I cannot begin to articulate even a partial scope in just one review. (Multi-camera editing , for instance, is also covered in the book in great depth.)

To add to the learning curve, I subscribed to and watched the video tutorials on Premiere CC in tandem while reading the book. No other learning tool could possibly exceed these two working together, and oftentimes I’d find myself having to read ahead in the book just to be able to follow along with the tutorials.

After reading Jan’s book, I plan on reading the Adobe Premiere Classroom in A Book (which is not as lucid and friendly as Jan’s book, I've discovered, but offers some different angles) followed by a read of Adobe After Effects Classroom in a book, then followed by Adobe advanced compositing (for greenscreening purposes) in After Effects.

Jan Ozer’s book is an absolute must for getting the gist of Premiere in the fewest steps possible. I urge anyone new to Premiere to start with Jan’s comprehensive book as it entails everything you need to edit with confidence and flare.
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Clarity, precision and easy answers to any problems! 24. September 2013
Von Bob in Richmond - Veröffentlicht auf
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My first book which Jan Ozer authored was on Pinnacle 10.0, many years ago. I was absolutely astonished at how easy he made thoroughly learning that program. He has done the very same here (although the learning curve is admittedly somewhat more steep)! And while I also have the excellent, Adobe Creative Team book on the subject, his book provides instant gratification in terms getting the answers you need NOW, which are accompanied by more than ample illustrations! The illustrations are screenshots, some of which may require magnifying glasses for older eyes and certainly bright reading lights because the Adobe workplace itself is a dark grey for editing purposes and so are the illustrations.

Another bonus is the ability to download the book digitally at no cost for reading on a computer, Kindle or other devices. About the only thing missing is a DVD. But on the other hand, his examples are so complete as to make a DVD virtually superfluous.

Bottom line: As far as I'm concerned Ozer continues batting 1000!
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Excellent and really is a "QuickStart" 6. August 2013
Von J. Gurney - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Terrific book and a better way to start learning PPro CC or transition to PPro CC from another editing system. The Adobe Classroom in a Book is good but may take unnecessarily long for those wanting to jump right in. I think I own every book and tutorial on PPro (last 3 versions) and could have tossed most if this book and it's concise style of writing had existed.
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Premier pro cc Visual series book review. 7. Juli 2013
Von Michael L Barnes - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
This is a very good book at a great Kindle price. My other choice was the Adobe classroom series, at over twice the price. With creative cloud you have access to most of the Adobe products that can enhance Premier Pro. So if you need a good working introduction to three or four Adobe products, at an over 50% savings per book, this is at least to me an issue. Now as to quality. The visual series stands out because of its screen captures and illustrations. It also has very good explanations of the visual illustrations. I just finished the visual photoshop cc book and was pleased by the depth it went into on many issues. Their Premier pro book is of the same quality. For example, video capture. On the surface this may seem like a minor issue, but if you take into account all the variables that are in play, it is nice to have a well documented section on the problems that can occur and possible solutions. I use Mac computers and Canon cameras and was pleased by the fact that so does the author. In summary, a very good book at a great Kindle price. A last a word about Kindle books. On some levels I prefer a physical book, I like to take margin notes and create my own table of contents in the back of the book, but this comes at a higher price. However, I am a retired computer professional with my eye sight not what it was once was. This is where Kindle is at its best. I have really enjoyed its magnification feature. When I find a really great computer book I will buy a physical copy and the Kindle addition. With the visual series books, a book and a Kindle book at still affordable.
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Allowed me to begin and complete a project after just 90 minutes 27. September 2013
Von J. Lewis - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I began a video project yesterday in Photoshop CC and quickly found that it was inadequate for the task. As a CC member, I was able to download Premiere Pro CC. The only problem is that I've never used it before and know nothing about it. I struggled through some videos on the Adobe site, then came to Amazon, read reviews of how-to books, and ordered this one.

It was a great choice. To be fair, I am not a beginner. I have done video editing before, but that was back in the analog days, and I use other Adobe products, so understand the structure of their programs. I was able to skip most of the first two chapters and skim the third. Ninety minutes into the book, I had set some bookmarks and felt ready to tackle my project.

I have just completed a 12:36 video with fade-in and out and audio and video transitions between scenes. I corrected color and exposure on five clips that were shot in low light. I have uploaded the finished product to my server and viewed it on line.

This book is a quick start, but it is also very thorough. It is logically organized and well written, with abundant illustrations to take you through the thorny underbrush of the Premiere Pro interface. If you're looking for a firsts-rate guide to this fine, but complex program, look no further.
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