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Offering enough templates, shapes, and enhancements that you can create menus without turning to Photoshop, the improved Library and Styles palettes in Encore DVD 1.5 represent just one of many reasons DVD creators like yourself are flocking to Adobe's recently updated authoring software. This no-nonsense guide offers the most practical way of getting proficient in it! Whether you're a first-time user or an Encore DVD veteran, you'll find all the simple step-by-step instructions you need to start taking advantage of all of Encore DVD 1.5's features immediately. In chapters on getting started, working with timelines and menus, linking, and previewing and finishing projects author Steve Tomich covers DVD authoring basics. He then shows you how to take advantage of the program's tighter-than-ever integration with Photoshop, After Effects, and Premiere Pro to do even cooler things, like create motion menus, produce pop-on effects, and more. Peppered throughout are the tips, tricks, and incisive advice you've come to expect from Peachpit's popular Visual QuickStart series.
A fast, easy way to learn Adobe's DVD authoring application, Adobe Encore DVD. Illustrated throughout with screenshots, the book also contains lots of tips and techniques.
As a serious videographer-professional or amateur-you want as many people as possible to see your work. And these days, that means delivering it in the format most widely embraced by consumers and professionals: DVD. Adobe's new high-end authoring program lets you do just that. By following the task-based visually oriented instructions contained within this Visual QuickStart Guide, you'll soon be using Encore to edit your video and create interactive menus, multiple audio tracks, subtitle tracks, and more for before using a rewritable DVD to burn it onto a DVD. Video pro and author Steve Tomich provides loads of tips and step-by-step instructions on how to make the most out of Encore's many features, including its tight integration with the rest of Adobe's products: You don't even have to leave Encore to edit menus with Photoshop, and you can transfer video projects straight from Premiere, Adobe's high-end editing program. It's all covered here, in the popular, no-nonsense QuickStart format!
The fastest, easiest way to learn Adobe's new DVD authoring application, Adobe Encore DVD. Adobe Encore DVD for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide is loaded with tips and techniques gleaned from author Steve Tomich and amply illustrated with hundreds of screenshots to reflect Adobe Encore DVD features. This incisive text, crystal clear screen shots, and step-by-step instructions allow you to get up and running fast with Adobe Encore DVD.
This new guide to Adobe's new DVD authoring software, Adobe Encore DVD: Visual QuickStart Guide uses a combination of task-based instruction and strong visuals to teach beginning and intermediate users how to liven up their DVDs. Readers learn how to use this fully integrated software to create multi-language DVDs with advanced features such as interactive menus, multiple audio tracks, and subtitle tracks. The author takes readers step-by-step through all of Adobe Encore DVD essentials.
About the Author
Steve Tomich has been part of the film and video community of the San Francisco Bay Area since 1979. He spent most of his career's first decade developing his skills as a video editor at one of the largest and most innovative post facilities in the area, One Pass Film and Video. The next 13 years were spent surfing the technology waves as a nationwide editor-evangelist for Avid Technology. Steve continues to edit and teach video editing in the Bay Area, and, along with writing books and scripts, has incorporated DVD authoring as part of his current post-production strategy.
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