Perfecting Audio Quality in Adobe Audition

Here’s a tutorial on perfecting audio quality in Apple SoundTrack Pro (RIP) with the following agenda. The tutorial is from a training product that has been discontinued and uses an older version of Audition, though the functionality has not meaningfully changed since then, so the knowledge should transfer.  If you’d like to follow along with…

Ozer Releases Online Training: Producing Great Video with the Adobe Media Encoder

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan Ozer Streaming Learning Center 276-238-9135 jozer@mindspring.com www.streaminglearningcenter.com   Ozer Releases Online Training: Producing Great Video with the Adobe Media Encoder New online training workshop helps Adobe CS5.5 producers efficiently encode top-quality video for streaming, iDevices and optical media Galax – August 30, 2011 – The Streaming Learning Center announces the immediate…

Color Correction in Premiere Pro

Here’s a tutorial on perfecting video quality in Adobe Premiere Pro CS 3 with the following agenda. The tutorial is from a training product that has been discontinued and uses an older version of Premiere Pro, though the functionality has not meaningfully changed since then, so the knowledge should transfer.  If you’d like to follow…

Power to the Patent Trolls

In April 2011, the Department of Justice began investigating the MPEG Licensing Association (MPEG LA) to learn whether or not the group is unfairly trying to damage Google’s competitive prospects with the WebM video format. But maybe MPEG LA would be doing us all a favor by damaging WebM. That’s my take, anyway. Here’s the…

Potential Patent Claims Mount Against Google’s WebM

In a story for Streaming Media Magazine, I asked patent licensing authority MPEG-LA whether any claims had emerged against the VP8 video codec used Google’s WebM. As you recall, MPEG-LA announced a call for patents “essential” to VP8 in March 2011. Apparently, there have been 12 patents found to be essential to Google’s WebM technology…