1. This instructional video teaches you how to prepare and export your Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 sequence to generate a Digital Master File (DMF) for the proper delivery of your video project for a department sponsored screening event.

    This video is based on the guidelines set by our Screener Delivery Outline [ operationalportal.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Screener_Delivery_Outline_CS6_v1.pdf].

    Media files generated by this outline will be played back using the AJA Ki Pro Apple ProRes 422 Quicktime Media Streamer.

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  2. This instructional video demonstrates how to export and transcode Premiere Pro sequences and footage using Adobe Media Encoder CS6. UCF Film graduate student Zachary Beckler gives an overview of the application, and shows how to export sequences out of Premiere Pro, create presets, use watch folders, and create various file formats, including a ProRes Digital Master File, an h.264 for online playback and for classroom playback at UCF Film.

    To download the additional codecs and presets used in this video from Adobe, go to adobe.com/downloads

    # vimeo.com/69176055 Uploaded 2,653 Plays 1 Comment
  3. This is part one of our three part instructional video series about using Adobe Encore CS6. UCF Film graduate student Max Rousseau provides an overview of the application, and begins the process of creating a DVD and Blu-Ray of his feature length film, Pembroke Circle.

    This section covers the interface of the application, and creating simple "First Play" discs.

    Part 2 of 3: DVD Authoring & Menu Structure [ vimeo.com/69174832 ]
    Part 3 of 3: Blu-Ray Authoring & Pop-Up Menus [ vimeo.com/69174834 ]
    Appendixes: Advanced Topics & Easter Eggs [ vimeo.com/69981517 ]

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  4. This is part two of our three part instructional video series about using Adobe Encore CS6. UCF Film graduate student Max Rousseau provides an overview of the application, and begins the process of creating a DVD and Blu-Ray of his feature length film, Pembroke Circle.

    This section covers DVD Authoring and creating menus.

    Part 1 of 3: Program Interface & First Play Discs [ vimeo.com/69174830 ]
    Part 3 of 3: Blu-Ray Authoring & Pop-Up Menus [ vimeo.com/69174834 ]
    Appendixes: Advanced Topics & Easter Eggs [ vimeo.com/69981517 ]

    # vimeo.com/69174832 Uploaded 8,341 Plays 7 Comments
  5. This is part three of our three part instructional video series about using Adobe Encore CS6. UCF Film graduate student Max Rousseau provides an overview of the application, and begins the process of creating a DVD and Blu-Ray of his feature length film, Pembroke Circle.

    This section covers Blu-Ray Authoring and Pop-Up menus.

    Part 1 of 3: Program Interface & First Play Discs [ vimeo.com/69174830 ]
    Part 2 of 3: DVD Authoring & Menu Structure [ vimeo.com/69174832 ]
    Appendixes: Advanced Topics & Easter Eggs [ vimeo.com/69981517 ]

    # vimeo.com/69174834 Uploaded 8,781 Plays 2 Comments

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