I would love to learn Autodesk 3ds Max (my goal is to use it for 3d architectural and product visualization) and Adobe Premiere Pro (I need to study the technical aspects of editing and hopefully move on to other offline and online NLEs). I fear at this point in my life, it might be too late to embark on such career-changing endeavors, especially that the learning curves for both these programs are reputably steep. What is the easiest and best way to learn these programs, and can I do it on my own? [more inside]
Best/easiest youtube tutorials for leaning Adobe Premiere (CS5) [more inside]
I have a camcorder and Adobe Premiere. I'm working on this video project where I want to replace the movement of mouths and change up the dialogue from old movies. Something akin to these etrade commercials (except, of course, not as technically tight). How can I most ably accomplish this?
Any tips for going from Adobe Premiere Pro to Final Cut Pro? [more inside]
I'd like to make a presumably simple video in the style of a series of opening credits for a tv show. What's my cheapest way to do it, and how? [more inside]
What video editing software is best for me? [more inside]
When I change the pixel size in Adobe Premiere Pro...why doesn't it change? [more inside]
Is it possible to take Adobe Premiere Pro project files back and forth between 1.5 and 2.0? [more inside]
Best way to rip video from a DVD into MPEG or AVI? I need to grab scenes from a movie and monkey with them in Premiere (Windows).