Beginner’s Guide – Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Media Lab 2012 1. Locate Adobe Premiere Pro icon from your dock. Select “New Project.” The New Project dialog box will prompt you to set your Video and Audio Display Formats. Don’t change these settings. Select the Scratch Disks tab. Click on Browse to navigate to your project location on eachof the locations. These should be set to your own firewire drive or to your project folder. Name your project. Hit OK. 2. A “New Sequence” prompt will appear. You must select your sequence settings. If you are shooting on a DSLR , your selection will be “Digital SLR” and “1080p.” Frame rate will be based on how you shot. If you are shooting on a P2 camera, your selection will be DVCPROHD and either 720p24 or 720p60” depending on how you shot,
3. The Premiere workspace is set up with a timeline, a project bin, a viewer, and a program monitor. There is also a toolbar and function buttons. 4. The next step is linking to your digital files. Got to your Project Bin. Select the Media Browser Tab. Navigate to the your file folder. Adobe Premiere Pro will automatically link to the digital files it recognizes. Clicking on the linked file will bring up the video in the Viewer. Mark your In and Out points using the “I” and “O” keys. Files in the viewer will appear to your project tab once files have been added to your sequence in the timeline.
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