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Adobe Media Encoder Help/Reference Manuals/Guides

Posted on Dec 19, 2014 by Mircea Lungu Last Activity on Dec 19, 2014

I have uploaded this resource which contains the Web links to the original Adobe Media Encoder help/reference manuals/guides for those people who needed them, but didn't know where to find them and, therefore, couldn't get them. They are PDF files that can be downloaded and used offline, anytime, without the need of an Internet connection. There are different documents corresponding to the versions/releases of the software. All these electronic documents are copyrighted to Adobe Systems Incorporated and its licensors - they have all the rights reserved. The documents are licensed for use under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 License. To view a copy of this license, please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ You can download the PDF files from the following links: Adobe Media Encoder CC reference:http://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/mediaencoder_reference.pdf Adobe Media Encoder reference - Archive (older versions - CC, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4):https://helpx.a... Read More
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Animation Lesson Plan using After Effects

Posted on Dec 19, 2014 by Michael Timpano Last Activity on Dec 19, 2014

Attached is a PDF document that outlines details of the lesson plan. It includes objectives, learning skills, a rubric for assessment, list of activities, integration of lesson based on this course and a tutorial that guides you through the process of creating an animation using After Affects. A student sample is provided in a link at the end of the tutorial. If there are items that are expected to be part of this final assignment that I may have missed please let me know and I can update my submission. Thanks in advance for this concern.
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Adobe After Effects Help/Reference Manuals/Guides

Posted on Dec 17, 2014 by Mircea Lungu Last Activity on Dec 17, 2014

I have uploaded this resource which contains the Web links to the original Adobe After Effects help/reference manuals/guides for those people who needed them, but didn't know where to find them and, therefore, couldn't get them. They are PDF files that can be downloaded and used offline, anytime, without the need of an Internet connection. There are different documents corresponding to the versions/releases of the software. All these electronic documents are copyrighted to Adobe Systems Incorporated and its licensors - they have all the rights reserved. The documents are licensed for use under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 License. To view a copy of this license, please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ You can download the PDF files from the following links: Adobe After Effects CC reference:http://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/after_effects_reference.pdf Adobe After Effects reference - Archive (older versions - CC, CS6,  CS5.5, CS5, CS4, CS3):htt... Read More
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Adobe Audition Help/Reference Manuals/Guides

Posted on Dec 17, 2014 by Mircea Lungu Last Activity on Dec 17, 2014

I have uploaded this resource which contains the Web links to the original Adobe Audition help/reference manuals/guides for those people who needed them, but didn't know where to find them and, therefore, couldn't get them. They are PDF files that can be downloaded and used offline, anytime, without the need of an Internet connection. There are different documents corresponding to the versions/releases of the software. All these electronic documents are copyrighted to Adobe Systems Incorporated and its licensors - they have all the rights reserved. The documents are licensed for use under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 License. To view a copy of this license, please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ You can download the PDF files from the following links: Adobe Audition CC reference:http://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/audition_reference.pdf Adobe Audition reference - Archive (older versions - CC, CS6,  CS5.5, 3.0):http://helpx.adobe.com/audition/a... Read More
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A simple how to guide for Premiere Pro

Posted on Dec 16, 2014 by Brian Shaw Last Activity on Dec 18, 2014

A handout I prepared for staff at my school. While it uses videos made at the school which I cannot share, I am sure that you can use videos that you have created or go to https://archive.org/details/movies for a huge range of public domain/creative commons use videos. I placed these videos into a shared folder on the school's network for staff to use during the professional learning session of 1 hour.
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Creating Video For Use In Teaching & Learning - Premiere Pro

Posted on Dec 15, 2014 by Rob Knight Last Activity on Dec 16, 2014

A structured 8+ hour professional development plan designed to help educators across all subject areas consider how the creation of video material can support teaching & learning especially using flipped methodologies. We look at the use of Premiere Pro from the capture stage all the way through editing and creating an output video file which educators can use in their teaching & learning via their institutional VLE or a media sharing web site such as YouTube / Vimeo. The course incorporates 'flipped' principles for the direct instruction portion so as to allow educators to maximise the valuable face to face time for guided / independent practice as well as allowing us as course leaders to harness the experience of higher level users and foster an environment of peer support and social learning. The session has been used successfully to support the delivery of media suite facilities in a UK higher education establishment within subject areas of Business, law and Social Science although it is equ... Read More
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Animation in the Classroom? Yes you can, it is easy.

Posted on Dec 15, 2014 by Trevor Milevskiy Last Activity on Dec 16, 2014

Animation is a powerful tool to use in the classroom, however many think that creating a simple animation can be very difficult. This PD should help those who are willing to try something new by creating two types of animations using the motion feature in Photoshop. I have had the opportunity to present this PD to a group of 24 adults recently. While the plan worked, one of the biggest challenges was the amount of time allowed for the session. By the time all the participants were ready to begin I lost 5 minutes which meant that an already tight session became more so, in terms of the time allocations. To overcome this the PD plan has been changed from one session to two sessions. Another challenge was that some of the participants did not bring their computer to the session which meant they had to work with another person. While this was not ideal it did allow for those with limited skills to work with participants with better skills. All the feedback provided by the participant... Read More
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Create a Poetry App for the iPad 1

Posted on Dec 15, 2014 by Siobhán Murphy Last Activity on Dec 15, 2014

This lesson is proposed as the first of three sessions during which participants will create a magazine-style poetry app for the iPad. This (first) session deals with creating an animated title/intro page in Photoshop (think of it as an animated front cover for a magazine). The completed 5 second video that will be created in direct and guided practice may be viewed here. Here is a link to the resources created for this plan. 'title_intro.mp4' – MP4 of final video, so participants can see what they are working towards. 'title_intro.psd' – so participants can cycle through the layers during direct instruction, to see the effect of each step. 'daylight.jpg' and 'ambient.m4a' – so participants can recreate the video in Photoshop, during guided practice. 'session1_notes.pdf' – e-copy of notes to be emailed to participants (with clickable links to further resources). 'session1_notesPRINT.pdf' – hard-copy hand-outs for class, for use during guided and ind... Read More
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Video - Types of Shots (Real World Examples)

Posted on Dec 14, 2014 by Mircea Lungu Last Activity on Dec 14, 2014

This is my assignment of "AdobeGenPro: Video" course - week 2, a video called "At a Great Ice Skating Rink - The Shot Scavenger Hunt". I went to a great indoor ice skating rink, going past the Parliament Palace and, while video-recording, I took into account what I had learned so far, part of the video course. I used a full HD digital handheld camcorder with no advanced features available. I also used a tripod while filming at the indoor ice skating rink. There are various types of shots according to the theory. Basic static shots (which are the shots with no camera movement): Extreme Wide Shot (EWS)Extreme Long Shot (ELS)Wide Shot (W/S) - this is sometimes called a Full Shot (FS)Long Shot (L/S)Medium Shot (M/S)Medium Close Up (MCU)Close Up (C/U)Extreme Close Up (ECU)Over the Shoulder Shot (O/S)Point of View Shot (POV)Dutch Angle (DA) Action shots (which are the shots in which the camera moves): Zoom or IN/OUTPan or LEFT/RIGHTTruck or Track, or IN/OUTTilt or UP/DOWNArch The types of... Read More
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AS3-WebVTT

Posted on Dec 12, 2014 by Joseph Labrecque Last Activity on Dec 12, 2014

AS3-WebVTT is a set of ActionScript 3.0 utility classes which enable the parsing and sorting of standard WebVTT (.vtt) files for video captioning. Maintained by the Office of Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver in light of the university's dedication to the public good.
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AS3-WebVTT Demos

Posted on Dec 12, 2014 by Joseph Labrecque Last Activity on Dec 12, 2014

A video recording, demonstrating the demo projects included with the AS3-WebVTT utility library.  AS3-WebVTT is a set of ActionScript 3.0 utility classes which enable the parsing and sorting of standard WebVTT (.vtt) files for video captioning.
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Giving Students a Voice: How to create storytellers using Adobe Voice.

Posted on Dec 9, 2014 by Albert Thomas Last Activity on Dec 10, 2014

This session is designed to be introduction to the Adobe Voice. The learning objective will be to explore ideas and ways to use Adobe Voice to as a creative tool for presenting ideas and provide engaging ways to introduce new concepts. At the end of the professional development, participants will be able to apply basic functionalities to successfully navigate the Adobe Voice App. and will create a foundation to their first lesson for students through Adobe Voice.  The participants should be able to identify and apply the basic operations of the app. and produce an intro presentation to share with others.
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Free Music Sites - Free Music for Class Assignments and Projects

Posted on Dec 9, 2014 by Mircea Lungu Last Activity on Dec 10, 2014

Here are some very useful music sites: www.soundbible.comwww.freeplaymusic.comwww.audionautix.comwww.freesfx.co.ukvimeo.com/musicstorewww.freemusicarchive.orgcreativecommons.org/legalmusicforvideos You can access these sites to get some free music which you can use for your Adobe Generation Professional assignments and projects. You can also use it for your classes with your students, for your personal work, flipped classrooms, instructional videos, etc. There are different types of licenses. There are options to pay, as well. Read carefully and choose the right music, according to your needs. If your students use some music downloaded from these sites, please make sure the children acknowledge the value of copyright and the creative process, and they also understand the limitations and users' obligations in case of this kind of free music.
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Advertising and Critical Thinking

Posted on Dec 7, 2014 by Craig Richardson Last Activity on Dec 8, 2014

Advertising and Critical Thinking Skills Advertisement is a powerful manipulative force as well as a powerful creative force. Learning how to identify the different strategies used by advertisers and how they are used is an important life skill and involves critical thinking skills.   One project involves having students first evaluate advertisements from different media and brainstorm on the different strategies they believe are being utilized and how effective they believe them to be and whether they are used alone or in tandem.   Second, students will learn about different advertising strategies by watching video and reading articles before creating a summary chart.   Third, students will use various media to create their own advertisements using digital manipulation including still photos and video as well as audio effects.   Fourth, we will explore our views on the ethics of digital manipulation and the inaccurate messages they convey in both advertising and other medi... Read More
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Adobe Premiere Pro Help/Reference Manuals/Guides

Posted on Dec 1, 2014 by Mircea Lungu Last Activity on Dec 12, 2014

I have uploaded this resource which contains the Web links to the original Adobe Premiere Pro help/reference manuals/guides for those people who needed them, but didn't know where to find them and, therefore, couldn't get them.They are PDF files that can be downloaded and used offline, anytime, without the need of an Internet connection. There are different documents corresponding to the versions/releases of the software. All these electronic documents are copyrighted to Adobe Systems Incorporated and its licensors - they have all the rights reserved. The documents are licensed for use under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 License. To view a copy of this license, please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ You can download the PDF files from the following links: Adobe Premiere Pro CC reference : http://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/premiere_pro_reference.pdf Adobe Premiere Pro reference - Archive (old... Read More
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Make Instructional Videos with Adobe Video Presenter Express

Posted on Nov 30, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Dec 15, 2014

Create simple instructional videos—no video production experience required! In this beginner-level session, technology educator and Adobe Education Advocate Dr. Tim Kitchen will teach you how to use Adobe Presenter to capture content and actions on your computer screen. See Session Recording below.
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Flipping Learning with Adobe

Posted on Nov 30, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Dec 15, 2014

Flipped Learning and Adobe are a perfect match. Through the use of Adobe Presenter and Adobe Captivate a strong structure for flipped learning can be constructed.  In this three week course you will discover ways you can use Adobe software to easily create content for flipped learning experiences in your class.  Learn to create interactive content that feeds back to you learning analytics and engagement data. We will spend time looking at eLearning Software such as Presenter 10 and Captivate 8. These webinars will show you how to create, deliver and analyse student engagement with digital content: Session 1 - November 24, 8pm - 9pm - (Syd AEDST) Creating simple Tutorials with Adobe Presenter and Adobe CaptivateSession 2 - December 1, 8pm - 9pm - (Syd AEDST) Adding Interactive Components to your tutorials using Adobe Presenter and Adobe CaptivateSession 3 - December 8, 8pm to 9pm (Syd AEDST) Using Presenter for Learning Analytics and Going Mobile with Adobe Captivat... Read More
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Using Premiere Pro with After Effects and Photoshop

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Dec 8, 2014

Make amazing videos with help from the Dynamic Link feature in Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, and After Effects! Premiere Pro CC is a powerful nonlinear video editor that lets you edit your way. In this advanced session, educator Matthijs Clasener will teach you how to create eye-popping effects using dynamic linking between Premiere Pro and Adobe’s image-editing and visual effects creation apps. Session links and recording can be found below.
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Easy video showreels with Premiere Pro

Posted on Nov 26, 2014 by Pip Cleaves Last Activity on Dec 7, 2014

Put together a showreel of video clips for any class or activity using Adobe Premiere Pro, a powerful, customizable, nonlinear video editor that lets you edit your way. In this beginner-level class, educator Matthijs Clasener will teach you how to create a showreel—and inspire you to use Premiere Pro for your next video-editing project.  Resources and Recording can be found below.
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