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Adobe Onlocation CS3 Tutorial - User guide


 









Adobe Onlocation CS3 Tutorial - User guide

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Chapter 1: Getting started
Installation
System requirements
Install the software
Activating the software
Registering
Read Me
Resources
Adobe Help resources
Adobe Video Workshop
Extras
Adobe Design Center
Adobe Developer Center
Customer support
Downloads
Adobe Labs
User communities
Chapter 2: Setting up
Step 1 - Connecting cameras
Connect a single camera
Connecting multiple cameras
Step 2 - Setting the monitor aspect ratio
Step 3 - Setting the Flip Mode option
Step 4 - Calibrating the Field Monitor
Step 5 - Calibrating the camera with SureShot
Chapter 3: Workspace
User interface
Window controls
Scrolling in the main window
Right-click menu
Graphical dials
Settings Menu in the Field Monitor panel
Shortcut keys
Adding components
Removing components
Arranging components
Quit Adobe OnLocation
Components
Field Monitor
Digital Video Recorder
Waveform Monitors
Vectorscope
Spectra 60
Audio Spectrum Analyzer
DV Grabber
Shot Clock
Automatic Quality Monitor
SureShot
Chapter 4: Analyzing lighting, exposure, and color
Evaluating brightness with Zebras
Enable or disable a Zebra
Setting a Zebra to identify bright or dark areas
Setting the threshold for a Zebra
Using the Dark Zebra to preserve shadows
Evaluating brightness with the Waveform Monitors
About video dynamic range
About the waveform
Configuring the IRE Setup option
Configuring the Waveform Monitors
Waveform mode
Line mode and Full mode
Intensity and Illumination dials
Position and Scale dials
Panning and zooming in the Waveform Monitors
Analyzing color with the Vectorscope and Spectra 60
Vectorscope
Configuring the Vectorscope
Panning and zooming in the Vectorscope
Spectra 60
Maintaining consistent color and brightness for bluescreen or
greenscreen
About video clipping alerts
About the Split Screen and Onion Skin features
Enable the Split Screen feature
Move the split region
Resize the split region
Maximize or restore the split region
Adjust the split region opacity
Checking continuity
Creating stop-frame animation sequences
Setting the Split Mode option
Replace the image in the split region
Chapter 5: Monitoring the audio
Audio Spectrum Analyzer
Stereo and Mono modes
Peak, Wave, and Spectrum modes
Linear and Log modes
Hold and Freeze modes
About audio alerts
Audio popping alerts
Audio clipping alerts
Chapter 6: Checking the framing and focus
Overview of framing and focusing tools
Aesthetic framing
About the Grid feature
About the Underscan and Overscan modes
About the Video Safe Area display
About the Letterbox Mask feature
About the Zoom feature
Chapter 7: Recording and reviewing clips
Recording clips
Settings for recording
DV File Format option
Pre-Record Time option
Configuring MPEG decompression to avoid dropped frames . .57
Recording methods
Standard recording
Controlling recording from Adobe OnLocation
Controlling recording from the camera (Slave Recording)
Timecodes for recorded clips
Motion-activated recording
Stop-motion recording
Time-lapse recording
Time-lapse frequency settings for DV and DVCPro
Time lapse frequency settings for HDV
Pause and resume recording
Reviewing recorded clips
Selecting a clip
Using basic playback commands
Scrubbing and navigating in a clip
Add notes to clips
Reviewing clip information
DV Grabber
Setting the grabbed still pixel ratio
Capture still images
Configuring the DV Grabber
Accessing grabbed stills
Recording HDV
Balancing video quality and system resource usage
Visible Lines option
MPEG Resolution and MPEG Frames options
Choosing the best combination of settings
Recording DVCPro HD
Chapter 8: Managing projects and clips
Managing projects
Create a new project
Open a project
Moving projects between computers
Managing clips
Renaming clips
Moving clips within the DVR
Removing clips from the Clips in Use folder
Emptying the Garbage Clips folder
Importing clips and still images
Working with DVCPro clips in a video editing application
Recommended project settings for video editing applications
24P pulldown with Adobe OnLocation
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