Adobe Premiere Pro CC Guide © 2017 Adobe Systems Incorporated. This document requires Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017. Technical instructions may differ depending on your version. 1 Overview of Adobe Premiere Pro Premiere Pro Guide Overview of Adobe Premiere Pro Premiere Pro is a powerful, feature-rich, cross-platform, non-linear editing application built for modern file-based video editing production ( Figure 1 ). Every day, hundreds of thousands of filmmakers, broadcast editors, videographers, and journalists around the world rely on Premiere Pro to create a wide array of compelling content. Premiere Pro is resolution independent, allowing editors to work at HD, 4K, 8K, and beyond, freely mixing frame rates and video formats on the same timeline without the need for time-consuming transcoding. Extensive native media support allows creatives to get to work right away, no matter which device their footage is coming from, whether it’s a broadcast camera, high-end digital device, mobile device, action camera, DSLR, or almost any other source. You can use Premiere Pro to easily assemble clips and sequences, edit, add audio and video effects, create titles, manipulate colors and light for the perfect aesthetic, and export your finished project to any screen and any format. Figure 1 The Premiere Pro working area
2 Overview of Adobe Premiere Pro Premiere Pro Guide © 2017 Adobe Systems Incorporated. This document requires Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017. Technical instructions may differ depending on your version. In this guide, you’ll learn your way around the Premiere Pro interface, how to create your own custom workspaces, how to use panels, and review the Tools panel. You can work through this guide by creating a new, empty project using your own assets, or download the completed project file and assets used in this tutorial here . You can also use these same asset files for many of the step-by-step guides in this Premiere Pro curriculum series. Note : More detail is available on creating and updating projects in the Premiere Pro guide How to create and change a project . About workspaces All user interfaces across Adobe’s video and audio applications provide options for consistent, customizable workspaces. Although each application has its own set of panels (such as Project, Metadata, and Timeline), you move and group panels in the same way across products. The main window of a program is the application window . Panels are organized in this window in an arrangement called a workspace . The application window contains both grouped panels, and individual panels ( Figure 2 ). Figure 2 Adobe Premiere Pro user interface Individual panel Grouped panels Application window
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