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Publisher Comments:

If you're looking for an easy and stimulating way to master Adobe Encore DVD and fine-tune your moviemaking skills at the same time, look no further than Adobe Encore DVD: In the Studio. This full-color tutorial will help you push the limits of Adobe Encore DVD by helping you to create highly imaginative designs and projects.

Designed primarily for Adobe Creative Suite developers, particularly those using Adobe Premiere and AfterEffects, as well as filmmakers who wish to transfer their projects to DVDs, the book combines practical learning materials and project-based lessons.

But Adobe Encore DVD: In the Studio is not your average tutorial. The book draws on the experience of author Doug Dixon--an expert on Adobe Encore DVD, the author of other books on DVD development, and a core member of the product's alpha and beta programs. Well-versed in both the use and design of Adobe Encore DVD, Dixon imbues this O'Reilly Media digital book with the unique perspective of an insider who really knows his pixels.

Adobe Encore DVD: In the Studio discusses the protocols involved with DVD files and file systems; pixel aspect ratio issues; common gotchas using both still and motion media; and a plethora of tips and tricks to using dynamic buttons. You'll get up to speed on importing from Photoshop and AfterEffects, making motion video menus available, and looping video and audio. You'll also learn about adding multilingual menus and subtitles, encoding rules, scripting, and even placing Easter eggs in a DVD!

By studying this comprehensive, hands-on tutorial, you will be able to quickly and efficiently develop professional-looking DVDs studded with special effects worthy of a Hollywood studio.

Book News Annotation:

Covering Adobe Encore DVD 1.5 (released in May 2004 and also available as part of Adobe Video Collection 2.5), this book introduces a professional tool for user-friendly DVD authoring. After explaining DVD formats, Dixon, an independent technologist/ author specializing in digital media, deconstructs the phases of a DVD project from organizing with folders to going beyond burning DVDs to create one's own on a desktop computer. Color screenshots illustrate these capabilities and how to integrate Encore with other Adobe products such as Photoshop CS.
Annotation 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

A well-crafted, full-color book for a growing market, this title explores Adobe's DVD creation program, Encore. It's a complete tutorial for Adobe CS developers, particularly those who use Premiere and AfterEffect, as well as for professional filmmakers who wish to transfer their projects to DVDs.

Synopsis:

If you're looking for an easy and stimulating way to master Adobe Encore DVD and fine-tune your moviemaking skills at the same time, look no further than Adobe Encore DVD: In the Studio. This full-color tutorial will help you push the limits of Adobe Encore DVD by helping you to create highly imaginative designs and projects.

Designed primarily for Adobe Creative Suite developers, particularly those using Adobe Premiere and AfterEffects, as well as filmmakers who wish to transfer their projects to DVDs, the book combines practical learning materials and project-based lessons.

But Adobe Encore DVD: In the Studio is not your average tutorial. The book draws on the experience of author Doug Dixon--an expert on Adobe Encore DVD, the author of other books on DVD development, and a core member of the product's alpha and beta programs. Well-versed in both the use and design of Adobe Encore DVD, Dixon imbues this O'Reilly Media digital book with the unique perspective of an insider who really knows his pixels.

Adobe Encore DVD: In the Studio discusses the protocols involved with DVD files and file systems; pixel aspect ratio issues; common gotchas using both still and motion media; and a plethora of tips and tricks to using dynamic buttons. You'll get up to speed on importing from Photoshop and AfterEffects, making motion video menus available, and looping video and audio. You'll also learn about adding multilingual menus and subtitles, encoding rules, scripting, and even placing Easter eggs in a DVD!

By studying this comprehensive, hands-on tutorial, you will be able to quickly and efficiently develop professional-looking DVDs studded with special effects worthy of a Hollywoodstudio.

Synopsis:

- A well crafted full color book for a growing market
- Experienced author

About the Author

Douglas Dixon is an independent technology consultant, author, and speaker specializing in digital media. He is currently editor-at-large for IRMA's Mediaware magazine, Technical Editor for Camcorder and Computer Video magazine, and a contributor to DV Magazine and CNET Reviews. His most recent books are "Adobe Encore DVD: In The Studio" and "Desktop DVD Authoring." Doug shares his articles and technical references on his Manifest Technology website.

Table of Contents

About the AuthorPrefaceChapter 1: Introducing Adobe EncoreChapter 2: Deconstructing DVDsChapter 3: Assets and ProjectsChapter 4: TimelinesChapter 5: Encore Menu DesignChapter 6: Working with Photoshop and Other ApplicationsChapter 7: Links and DVD NavigationChapter 8: Transcoding and Building DiscsChapter 9: Designing Great DVDsColophon

Product Details

ISBN:
9780596006006
Author:
Dixon, Douglas
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media
Author:
Dixon, Doug
Subject:
Film - Direction & Production
Subject:
Video - Direction & Production
Subject:
Interactive multimedia
Subject:
Authoring programs
Subject:
Film & Video - Direction & Production
Subject:
DVDs
Subject:
Interactive multimedia -- Authoring programs.
Subject:
Interactive Media
Subject:
Computers-Reference - General
Subject:
AfterEffects integration;DVD burning;DVD generation;DVD+RW;DVD-RW;Premiere integration;chapters;multi-layer;tracks
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
O'Reilly Digital Studio
Publication Date:
20051031
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
336
Dimensions:
9.75 x 8 x 0.71 in 1.92 lb

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"Synopsis" by ,
A well-crafted, full-color book for a growing market, this title explores Adobe's DVD creation program, Encore. It's a complete tutorial for Adobe CS developers, particularly those who use Premiere and AfterEffect, as well as for professional filmmakers who wish to transfer their projects to DVDs.
"Synopsis" by , If you're looking for an easy and stimulating way to master Adobe Encore DVD and fine-tune your moviemaking skills at the same time, look no further than Adobe Encore DVD: In the Studio. This full-color tutorial will help you push the limits of Adobe Encore DVD by helping you to create highly imaginative designs and projects.

Designed primarily for Adobe Creative Suite developers, particularly those using Adobe Premiere and AfterEffects, as well as filmmakers who wish to transfer their projects to DVDs, the book combines practical learning materials and project-based lessons.

But Adobe Encore DVD: In the Studio is not your average tutorial. The book draws on the experience of author Doug Dixon--an expert on Adobe Encore DVD, the author of other books on DVD development, and a core member of the product's alpha and beta programs. Well-versed in both the use and design of Adobe Encore DVD, Dixon imbues this O'Reilly Media digital book with the unique perspective of an insider who really knows his pixels.

Adobe Encore DVD: In the Studio discusses the protocols involved with DVD files and file systems; pixel aspect ratio issues; common gotchas using both still and motion media; and a plethora of tips and tricks to using dynamic buttons. You'll get up to speed on importing from Photoshop and AfterEffects, making motion video menus available, and looping video and audio. You'll also learn about adding multilingual menus and subtitles, encoding rules, scripting, and even placing Easter eggs in a DVD!

By studying this comprehensive, hands-on tutorial, you will be able to quickly and efficiently develop professional-looking DVDs studded with special effects worthy of a Hollywoodstudio.

"Synopsis" by , - A well crafted full color book for a growing market
- Experienced author
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