PremierePro_CC_2014_Tutorial.pdf - Film editing is why people like movies Because in the end wouldnt we all want to edit our own lives I think everybody

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CC BASICS Tutorial “Film editing is why people like movies. Because in the end, wouldn’t we all want to edit our own lives? I think everybody would like to take out the bad parts, take out the slow parts, and look deeper into the good parts.” - Bob Cohen, director v. 1.0 Adobe Premiere College of Communications
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Editing With Adobe Premiere Pro Penn State College of Communications updated August 2014 2 TOPIC PAGE Preparing your project 3 Set up Adobe Premiere 5 Premiere Overview 8 Importing Media 9 Editing Basics 10 Audio 16 Reconnecting Media 19 Color Correction 21 Titles 28 Exporting 30 Advanced Audio Sizing Images 34 36 Table of Contents
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Editing With Adobe Premiere Pro Tips & Tricks Penn State College of Communications updated August 2014 3 Adobe Premiere is a non-linear video editor. You can edit your video in any order you want, and access the beginning, middle and end of your video simply and quickly. It is also non-destructive. This means you can cut, delete, move, change, and adjust your audio and video happy in the knowledge you haven’t destroyed anything. This tutorial is designed as a get-started tutorial NOT a complete Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Premiere And Were Afraid To Ask tutorial. IT is specifically written for Adobe Premiere CC 2014 GET READY Preparing yourself and Premiere Before you open the program it is extremely important to get organized. Video editing is complicated.. There are many files and folders and it is very easy to ‘lose’ stuff. Get Organized. Stay Organized. you will thank me later. *Create a Project Folder for every, er, project.* This folder will hold everything associated with your project. Here is a sample system - the exact naming convention is less important than being consistent and logical: Many of the terms we use in video editing come from the days of film and razor blades and linear, ‘do it by hand’ edit - ing. There are two kinds of people. Those with messy sock drawers and those who organize their socks. Multimedia requires you to organize your socks or pay the price later.
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Editing With Adobe Premiere Pro Tips & Tricks Penn State College of Communications updated August 2014 4 FOLDER NAME: It should include your name and a one-word description of your story. I use the year at the front to make it easy to find and sort _AUDIO: Any audio captured separately from video. This could include interviews, nat sound, sound effects, music, etc. _GRAPHICS: Any graphics that will be used in your project. This could include title slides or elements created in programs such as After Effects or Photoshop. _OUTPUT: Where you will put your finished movie _STILLS: Any still photos that are part of your project - they could be yours or archival images from other sources _VIDEO: All your video content NOTE the two files at the bottom. These are created by Premiere when you first save your project. MAKE SURE to save them to your project folder.
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