Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 Tutorial
2 GETTING STARTED Adobe Premiere Pro CC is a video layout software that can be used to create videos as well as manipulate video and audio files. Whether you plan to put a video together or alter video and audio with the use of effects, Premiere Pro offers all the tools needed to produce professional videos for even a beginner. This tutorial will take you through some of the basic uses of Premiere Pro CC. TABLE OF CONTENTS In this tutorial, you will learn the following: 1. Getting Started 2. Setting Up a New Project 3. Work Space 4. Toolbar 5. Toolbar Description 6. Importing Files into Premiere 7. Sequence 8. Titles 9. Video Motion 10. Video Opacity 11. Transitions Panel 12. Effects Panel 13. Color Correction 14. Adjusting Video Speed 15. Saving Your Project 16. Exporting Your Video 17. Conclusion Pg. 3 Pg. 3 Pg. 4 Pg. 6 Pg. 6 Pg. 7 Pg.7 Pg. 8 Pg. 9 Pg. 10 Pg. 11 Pg. 11 Pg. 12 Pg. 13 Pg. 14 Pg. 14 Pg..15
3 1. GETTING STARTED Begin by opening Adobe Premiere Pro CC. On a PC, click Start > All Programs > Adobe > Adobe Premiere Pro CC , or click on the Premiere Pro short cut on the desktop. (Figure 1) On a Mac, click Macintosh HD > Applications > Adobe Premiere Pro CC , or click the Premiere Pro icon in the Dock. (Figure 2) Figure 2. Navigation to Premiere Pro CC on a Mac. 2. SETTING UP A NEW PROJECT Setting up your project correctly from the start will make your job much easier as you work through your project. When starting your project, you are going to set up your general video settings and your scratch disks. This will tell premiere where exactly you want everything to be saved and the videos general settings. Figure 3. Opening a new project in Premiere Pro CC Figure 1. Navigation to Premiere Pro CC on a PC.
4 1. When starting Premiere Pro CC, you will be prompted to start a new project. To create a new project within Premiere Pro CC, click File > New > Project . This will open the Project Settings dialog box. Here you will be able to set the duration and size of your composition. Options include, but are not limited to: Name : This is the name your project will be saved as. Location : By clicking browse, you can navigate to the place in which you choose to have your project file save to. General : This is where you set up the formats of each part of your project. You set the video display, audio display, and capture display settings. NOTE: when you drag your video clips into your project sequence later, premiere sets all of these settings for you. Scratch Disks: This is where you set the destination for premiere to save the captured video, captured audio, video previews, audio previews, and project auto save files. NOTE: Make a folder for your project and create a folder within that titled “cache”. Save all your scratch disks to the “cache” folder that you created.
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