recently made some additions to our reptoire of website tools. Notably Adobe Media Encoder has been added to After Effects. This tool has many features we are still exploring. But it is safe to say we like it. Check out this video to see some of what can be done. Then we'll point out some website tips you can use...
BWT Videos Animations
Did you notice the timecode stamped onto the end scenes? If you don't know what that is... timecode is a clock that goes frame by frame. There are 30 frames per second in video. Each frame can be identified easily by time code. This greatly enables editing of content. Timecode stamping is a feature of Adobe Media Encoder.
Adobe Media encoder is an audio / video processing program that can convert media files to other media types. E.g. converting an .AVI file to a .MP4 file. Or convert a MP4 file to a .WAV file. AME works with other Adobe products like After Effects, Premier Pro, Character Animator and Audition.
Adobe Media Encoder opens up opportunities of endeveor for BWT Videos. We probably won't be offering any file conversion services. But will have them available for future projects.
Getting back to the video seen above. It is mostly a cutting room floor compilation of learning experiments as opposed to a script driven production. This video represents a cross over from .AVI to MP4 conversions. We used Adobe After Effects to compose some scenes and converted them to .MP4 for Camtasia Studio to compile the final video.
What does this mean for you? As part of our Animated Spokesperson video creation service it will allow us to work with just about any media type file. Including .AVI, MP3, .MP4, .MOV, .WAV, Full HD 1080p, 4k 2160p, and many more formats. We can incorporate more user supplied content in video creations. Contact BWT Videos for more information...