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DVD10 Adobe Encore

Adobe Encore DVD software takes DVD authoring to a new level of creativity and efficiency. Through its flexible interface and unparalleled integration with Adobe Premiere®, Photoshop®, and After Effects®, Adobe Encore DVD gives professional videographers, DVD authors, and independent producers the power to create sophisticated, multi-language DVDs with interactive menus, multiple audio tracks, and subtitle tracks.Adobe Encore offers integrated transcoding that automatically converts video and audio source files in a variety of formats to MPEG-2 video and Dolby Digital audio. Adobe Encore DVD allows you to create menus in Photoshop (PSD) format, greatly increasing your productivity. Edit a menu in Photoshop, and any changes are reflected globally throughout your project—without having to re-render and re-import the asset.

Course topics include:

• Planning the DVD Project
• The Encore DVD Interface - windows and palettes
• Importing files
• Editing assets in the timeline
• Understanding the menu editing workspace
• Working with the Library palette and customizing templates
• Working with Adobe Photoshop
• Building interactivity with buttons
• Creating subpictures and color sets
• Creating subtitles
• Setting remote control buttons and customizing routing
• Adding Chapter markers
• Creating and managing links
• Setting disc navigation and properties
• Understanding transcoding
• Understanding bit budgeting
• Testing and Building a DVD

Prerequisites: DV10, PS10 or permission of the instructor

Duration: 2 days, 14 hours
Fee: $795.00 CDN + GST ($645.00 USD + GST)

Available on Windows XP only.

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