My Current Collection of Adobe CC Videos

Hello from the road! Though I’ve already blogged about several of these videos, there’s been a recent request for “one place for ALL of my latest CC-related training content”.

As such, here’s the current collection of AdobeTV content that summarize a variety of Adobe CC applications and new features…

Enhanced Multitrack Editing in Adobe Audition CC

Frequency Band Splitter and Reversioning Stereo and Mono for 5.1

And a re-vamp of my popular DSLR series (new for Premiere Pro/Prelude/Audition CC)

DSLR Editing Workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Part 1: From the Camera Directly to Adobe Premiere Pro

DSLR Editing Workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Part 2: From the Camera to Adobe Prelude CC; Ingest & Rough Cut

DSLR Editing Workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Part 3: Multicamera DSLR Workflow with Automatic Audio Sync

Adobe Creative Cloud Overview for Video Pros

Adobe Premiere Pro as the Hub of Your Post-Production Workflow (NAB)

There’s also all the stuff I did at AdobeMAX, so you can find those (among several others from NAB) at the link below…
All of my AdobeTV videos in one long list.

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5 thoughts on “My Current Collection of Adobe CC Videos

  1. hello jason
    may i ask you a question about CD tracks? i saw your “How To Burn an Audio CD in Adobe Audition CS6” my question is: if i take from several different live recordings parts as CD tracks, how can i normalise these choosen tracks and not change the orginal file, so that i have one volume level for the whole CD and not for each track a different volume? is that possible!??
    thanks for your held and thanks for all your videos, very helpful!!!
    regards winfried from frankfurt germany

    1. Hi Winfried. You can use our Match Volume feature to peak and/or RMS normalize all your tracks before burning to CD. I *don’t* believe it makes you save the amplitude changes once applied (ie, I believe it’ll let you burn the modified CD tracks without saving the changes made) but worst case scenario…just duplicate the files ahead of time, process and save the changes, and then delete after burning. Truly tho, I think it’ll let you burn without have to save changes. Here’s a video that explains a little about using Match Volume (it’s part of the Loudness standard, but you’ll get the concept: Best–JL

  2. do you have any more tutorials your by far the best teacher when it comes to teaching adobe. Your hillar-balls as well.
    Just wondering if you have your own course at all? The world of editing could use you.

    1. Thanks so much, Sammy! I don’t do too many training vids these days, so nothing current to plug unfortunatey. Not sure that I’ll be doing any more either, but I sincerely appreciate the feedback. Never say never, right? 😉 Thanks again for the kind words, and I’ll keep you posted here, should I record any new series. All the best and Happy New Year to you! –jl

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