In this lesson our instructor talks about video effects. First, he discusses smart fix and color such as hue, lightness, saturation, and vibrance. Then he talks about copying effects. He ends the lesson with a helpful lesson summary.
The Smart Fix function usually does a pretty good job of fixing color and exposure issues with your videos
Saturation and Vibrance adjustments are usually needed for camcorder video
Video Effects, Part 1
Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.
Educator.com recommends Adobe Premiere Elements 11 for use with the Educator Premiere Elements course. Organize - Keep track of all your memories with intelligent options that help you quickly organize, find, and view all your video clips and photos. Edit - Count on automated moviemaking options to take the work out of video editing. Enhance - Add professional polish with a wide range of great-looking effects, transitions, themes, titles, disc menus, and more. Share - Create your movie once and then quickly share it in many ways, including on discs, HD TVs, YouTube, and Facebook.
Educator.com recommends this combination of both Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 & Premiere Elements 11 for use with the Educator Premiere Elements course (Photoshop Elements 11 also on Educator.com). Intuitively organize and find photos and videos; edit and enhance photos; create custom photo keepsakes; edit your video footage manually or use smart, automated moviemaking options; and share via print and the web. Find and manage all your photos and video clips in the convenient Organizer. Use automated options to find your best photos and clips?or photos of specific things and people. Take advantage of Hollywood directors? techniques with InstantMovie, which automatically edits together your best clips with coordinated music, titles, and effects from your choice of movie theme.