Using Premiere Pro CC & Encore CS6

Check out Adobe’s Dave Helmly as he walks through how the new Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Encore CS6 can work together. You’ll also learn how to make videos with interactive poster frames and chapter markers for iPad, iPhone, AppleTV and other mobile devices.

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Contributor Gary Adcock specializes in creating and streamlining workflows for Episodic and Feature Production and Post-Production. Gary's extensive knowledge in Camera Technology, Image Acquisition and OnSet Data workflows is regarded by many as one of the most knowledgeable resources in the industry. With emphasis on understanding camera and production technologies and how they relate to post production and delivery. Gary assisted in writing the Data Handling Procedures and Best Practices documentation for IATSE Local 600 (Cinematographers Guild) as part of an ongoing education initiative project. Gary also regularly contributes to Macworld Magazine, as well as now being a regular contributor on Zacuto.com, he is also a moderator and blogger at CreativeCow.net Gary’s client list includes: Adobe, Aja Video, Apple, Arri, Autodesk, Sony, Panasonic, and JVC. Media outlets like CNN, MSNBC, Discovery Networks, MTV, WGBH (Antiques Roadshow), FOX, National Geographic Inc. and the Nat Geo Networks worldwide. Commercial clients include such prestigious brands as McDonalds, Taco Bell, HBO, MLB, NASA, Citibank, NBA Entertainment and NFL Films. Recent Production Work has included Transformers Dark Side of the Moon 2011 (3nd unit), Just Like a Women (2012) (data and dailies colorist), NBC's Playboy Club (camera tech), ABC's Detroit 187 (remote recording technologies). Gary can be followed on Twitter @garyadcock or on his new Wordpress blog about Technology and the Chicago food scene at http://garyadcock.com

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5 comments

  1. Evan

    When you made the IPad version, it started out as a QuickTime file with a .mov extension, but after your render it appeard to have a .m4v extension, how did the extension get switched? Is that supposed to happen automatically if it’s a QuickTime h.264?

    1. Evan

      I manually changed the .mov extension to .m4v and it seemed to work fine, the chapters opened no problem in ITunes. But when I transferred the movie to my iPhone 6, there were no chapters. When I pressed the skip chapter buttons on the video nothing happend.

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