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« on: December 17, 2008, 12:52:31 PM »
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Just found that I can open /import & export video from my new canon 5D mkII with the extended version of photoshop CS3.
Having never done video editing & correction etc before, does anyone have tips or resources online that they could pass on?

...Alan
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« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2008, 05:03:33 PM »
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Hi Alan,

I think CS3 extended may be appropriate for working on the images at a frame per frame basis and do things like colour correction/manipulation. To do any basic video editing, you will find it a lot easier to use a specialised program like Premier Pro, Final Cut Pro, Vegas, Avid, Edius etc...  Most of these programs have a "lite" version that is a lot cheaper than buying the full package ie  Final Cut Express, Premier elements etc...

Cheers John  


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Just found that I can open /import & export video from my new canon 5D mkII with the extended version of photoshop CS3.
Having never done video editing & correction etc before, does anyone have tips or resources online that they could pass on?

...Alan
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« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2008, 12:06:11 AM »
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Somewhat related to this question... is there any easy way to compensate or correct for 5D2 video lens vignetting in either Premiere Pro or AE?  I know how to do it in ACR, but with the 5D2 footage I'm scratching my head.

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« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2008, 09:00:32 AM »
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Hi Alan,

I think CS3 extended may be appropriate for working on the images at a frame per frame basis and do things like colour correction/manipulation. To do any basic video editing, you will find it a lot easier to use a specialised program like Premier Pro, Final Cut Pro, Vegas, Avid, Edius etc...  Most of these programs have a "lite" version that is a lot cheaper than buying the full package ie  Final Cut Express, Premier elements etc...

Cheers John


Thanks John,
.... correct in CS3 extended, & edit in Premier elements etc.

..Alan
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« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2008, 03:00:20 PM »
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Alan,

just one a little word of caution, if you use OSX, don't buy Premier Pro CS3 as it is a shambles, I believe it is ok on Windows though.

Cheers John


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Thanks John,
.... correct in CS3 extended, & edit in Premier elements etc.

..Alan
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