All tagged Nick Harauz
Join Adobe certified trainer Nick Harauz as he takes an introductory look at the Sapphire Effect Builder tool in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Sapphire Builder allow you to stack and combine multiple effects and transitions in infinitely creative ways, then promote the look to Premier as a single effect instance. —Boris FX
Join Nick Harauz of clipsandhandles.com as he takes an introductory look at the Sapphire Effect Builder tool in Adobe Premiere Pro. Sapphire Builder allows you to stack and combine multiple effects and transitions in infinitely creative ways, then promote the look to Premiere Pro CC as a single effect instance. Nick will guide you through the basics of the Effect Builder so that you can hit the ground running with this revolutionary workflow enhancer. —Boris FX
Sapphire Lens Flare creates highly customizable flares on your footage thanks to the Lens Flare Designer, an easy to use application that allows you to break down your flare into individual editable elements. Watch this short video on how to use this legendary effect and learn the key parameters that matter most to Premiere Pro editors. —Boris FX
We’ve teamed up with the expert training team at Lynda.com to bring the Sapphire community one-month free access to their new Sapphire for Video Editors training series. Hosted by Adobe certified trainer and motion graphics artist, Nick Harauz, Sapphire for Video Editors gives Premiere Pro editors over 2 1⁄2 hours of essential training. Take your Sapphire skills to the next level. —Boris FX
There's always a level of ambiguity around beta software, and Adobe's Team Projects no different. How does it work? Who's it for? This Screenlight blog post written by Adobe Certified Trainer, Nick Harauz, answers those questions in one of the most definitive Team Projects tutorials to date. Specifically, this post focuses on collaborating with Team Projects in Premiere Pro, not After Effects. (Remember, Team Projects does not support Dynamic Link with After Effects at this time.) Nick covers everything you need to know to get started with Team Projects: creating a Team Project, sharing, media mapping, conflict resolution and version history. He also has a section on Ingest settings, which includes how to setup a proxy workflow in Team Projects.
Working with multiple team members in post- production has been simplified with Team Projects. The new feature is available in the latest release of Creative Cloud. To use it, you’ll need a Creative Cloud account for Teams or Enterprise. Once you’re setup, Premiere Pro, After Effects and Prelude allow for multiple video editors, producers and motion graphic designers to work simultaneously in each application sharing various versions of there work. —Nick Harauz, Screenlight Blog
Watch instructor, Nck Harauz, demo the Sapphire 10 Transition Builder in Premiere Pro CC in this free webinar hosted by Boris FX, GenArts, and Imagineer Systems. Nick is a certified Adobe trainer with lots of experience teaching Premiere Pro. Whether you're new to Sapphire plugins or not, this is the perfect opportunity for editors to see Sapphire 10 at work in Premiere Pro CC. Sign up here.
Transitions can seamlessly blend cuts together or instantly set the style of your project. Join Adobe certified trainer Nick Harauz as he teaches Premiere Pro editors how to take transitions to the next level with the new Sapphire 10 Transition Builder. —Boris FX
Dive into the Lumetri Color panel in part one of this two-part Screenlight blog post with certified Adobe Premiere Pro trainer Nick Harauz. He goes over how to access and manage the panel, as well as how to understand the Lumetri Scopes and master clip effects. This is a wonderful introduction to color correction using the Lumetri Color panel in Premiere Pro CC. Stay tuned for part two!
Premiere Pro comes with several color correction tools to help enhance your footage. Over the last few Creative Cloud updates these features have drastically expanded. One of these additions is the Lumetri Color Panel. It combines SpeedGrade and Lightroom technology to bring sophisticated color correction right inside of Premiere Pro. The best part about it is no matter what background you come from (ie: photography, motion graphics, editing) there are tools inside to make you feel right at home for correcting images. —Nick Harauz, Screenlight Blog
Another terrific Screenlight blog post by Adobe Certified Trainer, Nick Harauz. Learn how to maximize efficiency in Premiere Pro by automating tasks with search bins, watch folders and more! This is an excellent followup to Nick's popular 10 Features in Adobe Premiere Pro That Every Video Editor Should Know.
Premiere Pro comes with a robust set of tools to make your editing life easier ... Here are some tips you can use to help automate tasks in Premiere Pro so you can meet those project deadlines. —Nick Harauz, Screenlight blog