Video Editing in Adobe Premiere

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* 6 video clips for video editing tutorial: Attach:video-files-581.zip
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!!! Getting Windows Movie Maker

* Download the setup at [[http://windows.microsoft.com/en-AU/windows7/products/features/movie-maker]].
* Run the setup to install the software
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!!! Titles

This is a small collection of titles that I used for the video publication for a paper: Attach:ilab_title_template.zip
* If you want to use them in your Premiere-project, go to "File"->"Import..." and select the three .prtl files from my archive
* The titles are optimized for a 1280*720 video resolution, but can be used in any Adobe Premiere cs4 Project (didn't check compatibility with other versions)

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The Interactions Laboratory has a full license to Adobe Premiere and associated video editing products. You can get a free legal tryout copy of Adobe Premiere Pro. You will be able to use it for one month on that computer.
If you have your own computer, we recommend that you do this as its often easier to develop on your own machine than on a university computer (which may restrict what you can do due to security issues).
* Go to [[https://msdn01.e-academy.com/ucalgary_cs/index.cfm?loc=login/login]].
* Click on ">> Forgot Password?"
* Enter your full U Calgary preferred or cpsc email address as your username and then click on "Go Find It!"
* Once you are in, click the 'Softare link' to see what you can download.
* From then on, it should be fairly straightforward to download Visual Studio and the MSDN library.
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The Interactions Laboratory has a full license to Adobe Premiere and associated video editing products. However, you can get your own free legal tryout copy of Adobe Premiere Pro. You will be able to use it for one month on that computer.
* Go to [[http://www.adobe.com/products/tryadobe/main.jsp]].
* Create an account, and then just follow the instructions
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* [[How to Play a WAV File]]
* [[How to Play MIDI Instruments]]
* [[How to use Windows Media Player to play Audio and Video]]
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!!! Advanced Tutorials

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* %newwin% [[http://library.ucalgary.ca/researchdatabases/pages/rdd-scienceengineering-computerscience.php |U Calgary Library ]] gives ''free'' electronic access to many C# Programming Books, e.g., Books 24x7 and the Safari Tech Books Online.
* %newwin% [[http://msdn.microsoft.com/vcsharp/downloads/samples/23samples/ |Download 23 C# Code Samples.]] from the Microsoft Visual C# Developer Center.
* %newwin% [[http://www.codeproject.com/|The Code Project]] - A great resource for C# examples.
* %newwin%[[http://pluralsight.com/wiki/default.aspx/Craig.DirectX/DirectSoundBasicsTutorial.html| Managed Direct X]]: a tutorial on how to use Managed DirectSound to create a sound buffer and play it on command
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Video is an excellent way to capture and demonstrate your system. Videos are also timeless; by contrast, software demos are problematic due to compatability problems. Finally, you can easily reuse videos in your portfolio, your web site, and presentations.

!!! Contents

* [[#Download | Getting Adobe Premiere Pro]]
* [[#recipes | Recipes, How-To's]]
* [[#tutorials | Tutorials and Examples]]
* [[#links | Links]]
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[[#Download]]
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!!! Getting Adobe Premiere Pro

The Interactions Laboratory has a full license to Adobe Premiere and associated video editing products. You can get a free legal tryout copy of Adobe Premiere Pro. You will be able to use it for one month on that computer.
If you have your own computer, we recommend that you do this as its often easier to develop on your own machine than on a university computer (which may restrict what you can do due to security issues).
* Go to [[https://msdn01.e-academy.com/ucalgary_cs/index.cfm?loc=login/login]].
* Click on ">> Forgot Password?"
* Enter your full U Calgary preferred or cpsc email address as your username and then click on "Go Find It!"
* Once you are in, click the 'Softare link' to see what you can download.
* From then on, it should be fairly straightforward to download Visual Studio and the MSDN library.

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[[#recipes]]
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!!! Recipes and How-To's

* [[How to Use Image Transparency]]
* [[How to Do Double Buffering]]
* [[How to Play a WAV File]]
* [[How to Play MIDI Instruments]]
* [[How to use Windows Media Player to play Audio and Video]]
* [[How to do Drag and Drop]]


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[[#tutorials]]
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!!! Tutorials and Examples

* [[Using GDI+ to Draw Graphics]]

!!! Advanced Tutorials

* [[Examples go here]]


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[[#links]]
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!!! Links

* %newwin% [[http://library.ucalgary.ca/researchdatabases/pages/rdd-scienceengineering-computerscience.php |U Calgary Library ]] gives ''free'' electronic access to many C# Programming Books, e.g., Books 24x7 and the Safari Tech Books Online.
* %newwin% [[http://msdn.microsoft.com/vcsharp/downloads/samples/23samples/ |Download 23 C# Code Samples.]] from the Microsoft Visual C# Developer Center.
* %newwin% [[http://www.codeproject.com/|The Code Project]] - A great resource for C# examples.
* %newwin%[[http://pluralsight.com/wiki/default.aspx/Craig.DirectX/DirectSoundBasicsTutorial.html| Managed Direct X]]: a tutorial on how to use Managed DirectSound to create a sound buffer and play it on command


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