Learn how to use the basic editing tools found within Adobe Premiere 6.5 This video clip is a sample from the full length tutorial ...
During this clip we will show you haw to perform basic transitions with Adobe Premiere 6.5 This video clip is a sample from the full ...
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Introduction to Premiere Pro CS6 Training
2 Class Overview
In this Adobe Premiere Pro training course, students will learn the fundamentals of working with Premiere Pro. Class Goals
Learn to comfortably navigate the user interface. Learn to set up a project. Learn to work with the Media Browser and import assets and images. Learn to organize media. Learn to work with clips. Learn the basics of video editing Learn how to use markers and identify gaps in the timeline. Learn to work with transitions. Learn advanced editing techniques. Learn to work with motion-related effects. Learn to edit and mix audio.
Class Outline 1. Touring Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 a. Introducing Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 b. Nonlinear Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro c. Expanding the Workflow d. Touring the Adobe Premiere Pro Workspace 2. Setting Up a Project a. Setting Up a Project b. Setting Up a Sequence
3. Importing Media a. b. c. d. Importing Assets Working with the Media Browser Importing Images ...
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What is Premiere Pro?
Premiere Pro has a new default editing workspace with larger Source and Program monitors (a configuration referred to as "2up"). This view allows you to view high-definition video much more easily in this workspace.
Premiere Pro CS6 looks pretty similar to its predecessors. But Adobe has added more flexibility and customizability. For example, the Project panel has been revamped so that it can show source clips at a much larger size--at maximum magnification, four clips filled the width of my 24-inch monitor. New icons show you how often a clip has been used, and if you click the icons, you'll see the sequences in which they appear. A new built-in Media Browser, which you can use to view clips too, lets you look at files you have on your system and drag them into your Project. And a new hover-scrub feature lets you play the clips as you run your mouse over them (playback begins after 0.35 seconds, says Adobe). ...