MacProVideo releases iPhone app, Premiere tutorials

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Mac video tutorial company, MacProVideo, on Friday released its iPhone app, allowing customers to transfer and watch video tutorials on the iPhone. The company also released a new set of tutorials for users of Adobe's professional video software, Premiere.

N.E.D.i (Nonlinear Educating Device for iPhone) features detailed menus that let you quickly find topics and videos that you are looking for. The app also gives you access to the company's forums, so you can get help from fellow users if you need it.

In addition to the iPhone app, DesignProVideo (MacProVideo's sister site) released a new set of videos called Premiere CS4 101: Core Premiere CS4. The videos give you an overview of the Premiere workspace, as well as video editing theory like aspect ratios, keyframes and codecs. You'll also learn about using transitions to achieve effects, manipulating time, and how to create titles to display extra information for your videos.

In its final piece of news, MacProVideo said it will no longer sell DVD copies of its training videos, opting instead to offer only downloadable versions. The company considers the move as a way to help the environment.

N.E.D.i is available free from the App Store. The Premiere tutorial costs $39.50 and is available for immediate download.

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