New Tutorial Available for Matrox MXO2 Family with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
Waukesha, Wis. – “Mastering Matrox MXO2 with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5” provides in-depth training for editors working on the PC. Produced using the MXO2 Mini with MAX hardware, the content will also apply to users of the MXO2 LE, MXO2 and MXO2 Rack hardware (with or without the MAX option).
Safe Harbor Computers’ in-house video expert Jeff Pulera (author RT.X2 Revealed, HDV & Blu-ray for RT.X2, and Introduction to MXO2 Mini with MAX) shares his years of experience gained using Matrox hardware with Adobe software, providing over three hours of unique training in this exclusive offering.
Created to save Matrox MXO2 users the time and frustration often associated with learning new hardware and software on their own, this tutorial addresses the common problems faced by new users, who often overlook or misunderstand many of the features and benefits that their Matrox hardware has to offer.
Lessons are presented in chapters using a logical workflow to cover everything from Capture to Effects to Exporting - and everything in between. The “Quick Start” segment covers just the basics needed to get started immediately, and users can then work through more detailed chapters to benefit from the advanced techniques, tips, and tricks presented there.
Beyond technical instruction, Jeff also shares many creative ideas demonstrated using the Matrox effects plugins. Editors of all experience levels will appreciate getting the maximum productivity from their Matrox MXO2 hardware, while also avoiding common user mistakes.
MXO2 Quick Start
MXO2 Features Overview
MXO2 Drivers and User Guides
CS5 Project Presets
CS5 Sequence Settings
CS5 Capture Settings
Matrox AV Tools
Matrox X.info Tool
Matrox Effects – General
Matrox Wipes Transitions
Matrox Chroma Key
Matrox Luma Key
Matrox Color Correction – Primary
Matrox Color Correction – Secondary
Matrox 32-bit .avi + Alpha codec
CS5 Export Settings
Matrox MAX H.264 Encoding
Run time: 3 hours 25 minutes, in 18 chapters
This exclusive tutorial is available now as an ESD (Electronic Software Download) from Safe Harbor Computers at http://www.sharbor.com/products/SAHN3010016.html.
System Requirements: PC, min. 1024x768 display, sound card/speakers, Windows Media Player