Contents. Chapter 1: Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro Basic workflow. .. Video tutorial: Editing in the Timeline with source patching & track targeting. Browse the latest Adobe Premiere Pro tutorials, video tutorials, hands-on projects , and more. Ranging from beginner to advanced, these tutorials provide basics. To begin using Adobe Premiere Pro please choose the icon in CORE APPS on At first the Premiere Pro interface may be a little daunting but it can be easily.
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Tutorial for Basic Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5. Interface Overview Highlighting Key Tools. - Project Files – This is where all the files you import into . Adobe Premiere Tutorial. I. Creating a New Project a) Each video you create in Premiere should start by creating a new project. The project file will contain. programs, you can have a good time learning and using Premiere Pro if you don't try to conquer Adobe Premiere Pro can interpret these folders and files and.
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How to manage media in the Project panel 4. How to create a storyboard in the Project panel 5. How to trim clips in the Timeline panel 6. How to work with clips in the Timeline panel 7. How to create standard image, movie, and audio files 8. How to capture video 9. How to use editing tools in the Source Monitor How to apply and adjust video transitions How to adjust audio and apply crossfades How to record a narration in the Audio Mixer How to create TV news-style J- and L- cuts How to edit in the Program Monitor How to use the Trim Monitor Understanding the Titler How to build text and objects in the Titler How to work with alpha channel transparencies How to use the Motion effect How to add text effects How to apply and adjust video effects How to work with audio How to change clip speed and direction How to apply and adjust video keying effects How to work with temporal and spatial keyframe interpolation How to make text roll and crawl How to use nested sequences How to work with other motion effects and features Key terms: premiere pro cs6, video production, video editing Learn how to use Adobe After Effects CS6 Technical guides include: 1.
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Stay organized. Bad news. Assuming the files were just moved and not deleted, it is easy to reconnect them. When you reconnect that one file, Premiere will automatically reconnect all the missing files in that folder. At the top of the box is the name of the missing clip and its original file name.
NOTE: This requires that you know where the file is!!! Premiere is a very powerful video editor complete with many special effects, gadgets and super powers. Color Correction Ideally of course, you shot your video at the perfect exposure, with your white balance exactly right. Your footage is underexposed? Premiere allows us to correct some mistakes in our video - but NOT all mistakes are fixable. There are many, many, many, did I say many, ways to adjust your video. I will show you some very basic techniques.
Video Effects Video effects in Premiere can be found under the effects tab in the Project Panel in the lower left of the screen. Edit with purpose. Avoid those special effects unless there is a compelling reason to use them. For color correction we will be looking in the Video Effects folder. BUT note the search box!! Great way to find what you need. We will be using the Three-Way Color Corrector. To apply any filter to a clip, simply drag it from the list onto the clip in the timeline.
A few things to note.
We are in the basic video editing mode at this point. This will rearrange the panels and show more controls for color correction.
But for this tutorial we will stay in this view. If you have correctly dragged the Three-Way Color Corrector filter onto your clip in the timeline, AND if the playhead is over the clip, you will see the clip in the Program window top right. You MAY also see it in the Source window, top left.
To view the effects, click on the Effect Controls tab at the top of the Source window. The Three-Way Color Corrector gets its name from the fact that you can control the shadows, midtones and highlights separately.
Just a few basics, then just explore and see what you can do. There are books on the subject and a million resources online. The three circles correspond to the shadow, midtone and highlights of your clip. You can control each separately OR click on the master button and work on the entire tonal range at once.
This can be useful if you have an overall colorcast to your image for example. Use the sliders below the wheels. Or, the white triangle to the left to brighten the whites.
By doing both you are making the image contrastier. The middle gray arrow can be used to brighten or darken the middle range of tones The eye droppers next to each circle can set a neutral tone for that range. Use the white eyedropper on a white piece of paper, for example, to neutralize a colorcast in the highlights. The top image is the original version, and too yellow.
By using the controls, in this case the midtone and highlights, we corrected the colorcast. Select any similar clips. The middle one first, opened up the shadows on her face. The black and white sliders added some contrast. THEN I adjusted the color, first using the eyedroppers and then manually moving the center circles within each tone to remove some of the yellow and orange color cast.
Two other things to note. Click it to disable the filter.
Absolutely not. The biggest problem is that the lighting is not very good to begin with - she is backlit by a very bright doorway and the light overhead is not daylight. Mixed lighting, backlighting, poor lighting cannot be fixed in Premiere. When possible, look for scenes with better light. Be aware of the direction and quality as you shoot. One method that works well is to use three filters in combination.
All three filters are in the Video Effects folder. Apply all three filters by dragging them, one at a time, onto the clip you wish to convert. Premiere offers a powerful type tool. The title tool is hidden at the top of the screen under the Title menu. The rest of the settings should simply match your existing project, so you can click OK and proceed. When you finish working on a title, just click the red button to close the window top left.
Your title will automatically be saved into your Project Folder. I have misplaced many a title this way After saving your title, drag it onto your timeline and place it on a track above your video. A few basics: You can see the image behind your title by positioning the playhead on the timeline.
For TV some information can be cropped off your image. So it is safest to keep your titles inside the boxes.
You can also use the J, K and L keys to shuttle around the timeline. Edit a Sequence In addition to adding In and Out points in the source monitor, you can also perform Insert, Overwrite, Overlay, and Replace edits just by simply dragging your clips directly over the Program monitor.
You can also drag clips directly from the Project panel onto the timeline, which is how I often like to work. To trim clips in the Timeline panel, simply grab the edge of a clip and drag. In addition to the Selection tool, there are a number of basic and advanced editing tools available in the Tools panel. One of the most used tools is the Razor, which you can activate via keyboard shortcut C. Use this to cut and split clips. With my current knowledge, I can now quickly put together a rough cut.
Adjust the Audio With my rough cut in place, I now want to take care of the sound. The audio of my interview subject is quite low, so I need to boost it a bit. Now I need to go through and make sure that the transitions sound good with nothing overlapping. As a final touch, I'll drag in a music clip on audio track 2. Here I can control the levels of each track, performing a proper 'mix'. Since the music is on track 2, I'll grab and bring down the fader bar to an adequate level.