Posts tagged "CS5.5"

Premiere Pro CS5 & CS5.5 Keyboard Shortcuts

For Premiere Pro, the keyboard shortcuts article is typically the most popular page in the Help system. However, when we launched CS6, there were some issues with search engines not finding specific pages that were previously easy to find. The page, Default keyboard shortcuts (CS5 & CS5.5), was unfortunately one of those pages. While we search for a fix, here is a link to the current set of keyboard shortcuts for Premiere Pro CS5 & Premiere Pro CS5.5:

Adobe Premiere Pro (CS5 & CS5.5) keyboard shortcuts

For Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 keyboard shortcuts, see this blog post.Share on Facebook

Free After Effects CS5.5 Tutorials from Lynda.com

Recently, After Effects CS5.5 was released with a bunch of new features you’ll want to know more about. Lynda.com has commissioned After Effects whiz Mark Christiansen to create helpful tutorials describing these features. Here, you’ll find two free sample movies that will help you learn about the Warp Stabilizer and creating lens blur with the After Effects camera. The course delves into most of the main features of After Effects CS5.5 including Light Falloff, Stereoscopic 3D, and workflow improvements.

In this blog, I’ve provided links to the videos and some related links below each one.

Welcome

Performing a basic stabilization with the Warp Stabilizer
Help: Stabilize Motion (CS5.5)
Adobe TV: Warp Stabilizer Instant Gratification

Creating lens blur with the After Effects camera
Help: Camera Settings
Adobe TV: 3D Camera Depth of Field Parameters

Thanks to Mark and Lynda.com for creating the tutorials. Here is a link to all the tutorials and the courseware: After Effects CS5.5 New Features. Enjoy!Share on Facebook

Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 Information: Articles and Tutorials

It’s finally out! Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 was announced recently, and there is already a good deal of articles and videos that were released in support it. Take a look at each of these links for more info on your favorite Creative Suite Application.

Adobe Blogs
After Effects Region of Interest: After Effects CS5.5: What’s New and Changed
After Effects Region of Interest: Warp Stabilizer in After Effects CS5.5
After Effects Region of Interest: After Effects CS5.5 Integration with Audition CS5.5
After Effects Region of Interest: Source Timecode and other Timecode Features in After Effects CS5.5
After Effects Region of Interest: Improved Trial Version for After Effects CS5.5
After Effects Region of Interest: Stereoscopic 3D in After Effects CS5.5
After Effects Region of Interest: Camera Lens Blur Effect and Camera Depth of Field Properties in After Effects CS5.5
After Effects Region of Interest: Save a Project from After Effects CS5.5 for After Effects
After Effects Region of Interest: Light Falloff in After Effects CS5.5

Premiere Pro Work Area: Premiere Pro CS5.5: What’s New and Changed
Premiere Pro Work Area: Media Encoder CS5.5: What’s New and Changed
Premiere Pro Work Area: Merge Clips and Dual-System Sound in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
Premiere Pro Work Area: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 Integration with Audition CS5.5
Premiere Pro Work Area: Closed Captions in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
Premiere Pro Work Area: Improved Trial Version for Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
Premiere Pro Work Area: Unified Audio Effects in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
Premiere Pro Work Area: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 Improvements in CUDA processing and the Mercury Playback Engine
Premiere Pro Work Area: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 Integration with Adobe Story

Adobe TV
Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium Feature Tour Overview
Greater Performance Gains with the Mercury Playback Engine in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
A Smoother Editing Workflow with Dual-System Sound Support in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
Control Light Intensity Falloff with the Light Falloff Effect in After Effects CS5.5
Stabilize Shaky Footage with the Warp Stabilizer in After Effects CS5.5
Create Soft-Focus Effects with the Camera Lens Blur Feature in After Effects CS5.5
What’s New in Audition CS5.5
Experience an Integrated Audio-For-Video Workflow
Get Direct Integration with Adobe Story and Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
Improved 64-Bit Adobe Media Encoder in Premiere Pro CS5.5
CS Subscription Overview
Camera Lens Blur in AE CS5.5
Dude, Where’s My Task? Soundbooth vs. Audition
Premiere Pro to Audition
Nested Mercury CUDA
Media Encoder 5.5 on the Z800
Adobe Story: An Introduction
Adobe Story: Collaborating with Co-Authors
CS Review: Integration with Adobe Premiere Pro
Production Workflow Using Metadata
Adobe and Gareth Edwards (Warp Stabilizer)
AE CS5.5: New Creative Techniques Introduction
AE CS5.5: Warp Stabilizer Instant Gratification
AE CS5.5: Warp Stabilizer Basic Parameters
AE CS5.5: Warp Stabilizer Advanced Parameters
AE CS5.5: Outsmarting the Warp Stabilizer
AE CS5.5: Enhancements including Light Falloff
AE CS5.5: Camera Depth of Field Parameters
AE CS5.5: Camera Depth of Field Utilities
AE CS5.5: Orbit Camera Rigs
AE CS5.5: Camera Lens Blur Effect
AE CS5.5: The New Stereoscopic 3D Camera Rig
AE CS5.5: Stereo 3D Controls
AE CS5.5: Stereo 3D Glasses Effect
AE CS5.5: 3D Focus and Stereoscopic Convergence
AE CS5.5: The After Effects/Audition Workflow
AE CS5.5: Advanced Audition for After Effects
AE CS5.5: Edit This/Look at That
AE CS5.5: Searching and Sorting
AE CS5.5: Source Timecode
AE CS5.5: Enhanced Caching
AE CS5.5: Expression Enhancements
AE CS5.5: Save Project as After Effects CS5
AE CS5.5: New Creative Techniques Conclusion

Adobe.com
Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 Production Premium
Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 Features
Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 System Requirements
Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 Reviews
Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 FAQ
Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 Showcase
Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 Extensibility (RED + plug-ins)
Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 Buying Guide + Subscriptions

Pro Video Coalition
After Effects CS5.5 by Trish and Chris Meyer
Updated: Adobe Warp Stabilizer (P)review by Chris Meyer
After Effects CS5.5 In Production by Mark Christiansen
Adobe Premiere Pro Hits 5.5 by Scott Simmons
AE CS5.5: New Creative Techniques Introduction by Rich Young
What’s New in Adobe Audition by Rich Young
Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium by Rich Young
Camera Lens Blur in CS5.5 by Rich Young
Production Premium CS5.5 Storms Onto the Scene by Adobe

Studio Daily
Adobe Announces Creative Suite CS5.5 by Bryant Frazier

Vimeo
Warp Stabilizer Effect, New in After Effects CS5.5 by Richard Harrington

RED User
Some Details about RED Improvements in CS5.5Share on Facebook

Promote Your Articles and Tutorials at Adobe

Do you write books, tutorials or DVDs about Premiere Pro or After Effects? Then you’d probably like to know that there is a simple and powerful way to promote your content. How? Add a comment to Help, that’s how! Comments, which may include links to your work, can be added quickly by content creators directly to Help. For example, if you made a video tutorial about titling in Premiere Pro you could go to the Help page about titling and add a comment with a link to your work. This will appear right at the bottom of the page. It’s easy to do too. This blog post aims to show you how to do just that.

Before I get into the methodology of adding comments to Help, content creators will want to know the advantages of adding comments in the first place.

  • Many more users come to Adobe.com than standard tutorial sites.
  • Your comment is targeted directly to users that need your content.
  • It’s a great way to promote your tutorial books or DVDs.
  • Drives more users to your content giving you more credibility at tutorial sites.
  • Positions you as as one of the “leaders” of the community.

To make a comment with a link, start by going to the Help Pages online.

  1. For Premiere Pro, go to Help online: http://bit.ly/a50FeO
    For After Effects, go to Help online: http://bit.ly/amSwN2
  2. In the upper left corner of help, check the “This Reference Only” option, type in the search term for the topic you wish to provide a link for, and then press Enter.
  3. After you’ve found the proper page, click “Add Your Comment and Rating” at the top of that Help page.
  4. The Adobe ID page launches.Log in to Help with your Adobe ID. If you do not have an Adobe ID, go here to get one: http://bit.ly/ab9Zj5
  5. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the “Add Comment” button.
  6. A comments field will launch. Enter the relevant information in the field. Don’t forget to include the link for your content in the body of the comment—no HTML code is required.
  7. When you are satisfied with the comment, click the “Save” button.
    Your comment will then be posted with a link to your content.

Feel free to do this on your own any time you like. If you need help doing this, you can contact me (kmonahan—AT—adobe.com) and I’ll add it to the Help comments. Help comments can be seen by every user that goes to help for that particular product. The best tutorials get permanently added to Help (folded in from comments) as long as they are high quality.

If you’re offering tutorials and “how to” books or videos for sale, I can also fold in portions of your content (via your publisher) into Help. This is a great way to promote your books and videos to the Adobe community completely free of charge. If you are authoring this kind of content, drop me a line and let me know what you’ve worked on so I can request access to your content from your publisher.

If you would like to do more tutorials but are running short of ideas, I can also help with that too. I have areas of content that do need reinforcing. Content that matches our needs is ideal.

If you know a content creator be sure to tell them, as well.Share on Facebook