by Adobe Creative Cloud Got a spare minute? Pick one of these videos and learn a new Photoshop technique. Adobe Creative Cloud has the beginnings of a simple site with video’s all under a minute in length geared towards teaching you specific subjects in a short yet efficient manner. Check back often for what […]Read more "Adobe Photoshop’s New 60 Second “Make It Now” Series"
by Collin Smith, VideoRevealed This tutorial is in response to the questions about formatting the Word document with the correct right and left Tab stops to use in rolling credits in Adobe Premiere Pro. Check out the rest of Collin’s youtube channel chocked full of useful tuts here.Read more "Word Processing Tips for Rolling Credits in Microsoft Word and Google Docs for Premiere Pro"
by The Adobe Stock Team The Adobe team wishes you a delightful holiday season and a 2017 filled with creative inspiration. Here’s a free template to create your own seasonal greeting and spread some holiday cheer. It’s easy to design an artful holiday greeting with a template from Adobe Stock. Templates can be opened directly inside […]Read more "Create a Unique Holiday Card with an Adobe Stock Template"
By Caleb Ward | Shutterstock The Storm-inspired eyeball replacement effect is one of the coolest effects to come out of Hollywood. However, if you’ve ever tried to do it yourself, you’ve probably run into a few roadblocks like motion tracking and creating a convincing look. In the following tutorial we’ll take a look at how […]Read more "Create an ‘X-Men’ Inspired Eye Replacement in After Effects"
by Howard Pinsky Check out Howard Pinsky‘s Adobe Photoshop Tutorials on Google+ and his youtube channel here. For example: Looking to extract yourself from a background? +Adobe Photoshop‘s NEW Select and Mask feature will definitely help! Watch on +YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSVeSzzMrKs Follow me on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/pinskyplays 10 FREE days at Lynda.com: http://www.lynda.com/howardRead more "Howard Pinsky’s Adobe Photoshop Tutorials"
by Casey Faris Here’s an easy way to import your graded footage from Davinci Resolve back into Premiere…Read more "Resolve to Premiere – Easy Way to get Graded Footage Back to Premiere"
by Video School Online This is a tutorial we’ll be showing you how to add, edit, and export closed captioning to your Adobe Premiere Pro videos. Free Courses + Books + Guides Since the founding of Video School Online, we’ve strived to give away as much free content as possible. Our YouTube videos and articles are only some of the ways that […]Read more "How to Add (True) Closed Captions in Premiere Pro CC"