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Going from Premiere Pro to Encore to Flash is as easy as CS3In Encore CS3 I could now export to Flash! The best part? You don?t need to know a thing about Flash to do it
For the better part of 2005 I spent countless hours in front of my computer learning Flash. Since I wanted to create Flash sites, animations, and video, it was important I learn the ins and outs of the program. After much pain I finally got a decent grip on Actionscript.
Flash forward (pun intended) to yesterday. I sat on my new MacPro checking out my recent purchase of Adobes CS3 Production Premium Suite. As my amigo Ko Maruyama stated in one of his articles, the Adobe box weighed in at 15 pounds of pure creativity. I was chomping at the bit to get going.
I decided to bring in a video clip into Premiere Pro CS3 and see what new features I could play with. As I chose File > Export I saw something new. Export to Encore. Ok Ill bite. What ended up happening was Premiere Pro CS3 rendered out an Mpeg2 file and sent it to Encore CS3. I added a menu and was about to burn a DVD when I saw something even better. In Encore CS3 I could now export to Flash! The best part? You dont need to know a thing about Flash to do it. Wow.
In the following video I take you on a journey of discovery and new tricks with Abobes CS3 Production Premium Suite. Enjoy.
David Basulto is an independent filmmaker in Los Angeles. After 17 plus years, David is well versed in all aspects of filmmaking from development to distribution. He produces, directs, edits, and now is addicted to motion graphics and 3d. His last film, Death Clique is in Blockbusters nationwide. David is also the host of the www.filmmakingcentral.com. In his spare time David is an avid gamer and can be found slaying monsters in the world of Vanguard. For more info visit www.davidbasulto.com
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