Easily incorporate video and audio transitions into your Premiere Pro project. Learn how to place transitions on the Timeline and use keyboard shortcuts to add transitions. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
There are several ways to modify transitions in Premiere Pro. This movie shows how to lengthen or shorten transitions, adjust default transition length, and add and adjust wipes and cross-dissolves. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Learn how to add music to a project and adjust the overall audio level, as well as how to fine-tune your audio adjustments by using keyframes in the Timeline. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Transitions can smooth out abrupt changes in a clip or make a sequence more exciting. Find out how to add dissolves, wipes, and other transitions to your project. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Discover why Adobe Photoshop is an essential daily production tool and a fantastic complement to Adobe Premiere Pro. Join Abba Shapiro, Adobe Certified Instructor and Master Trainer, as he covers the basics of Photoshop and explains key functionality for use with Adobe Premiere Pro.In this session, you’ll learn how to:• Repair still images and process camera raw photos for video output• Take images back and forth between Adobe Premiere Pro and Photoshop• Use and benefit from the Photoshop ability to work with native video files
Interviews are an efficient way of creating content, because they are inexpensive to produce, effective for gathering and presenting information, and easy to edit. Join Adobe Certified Instructor and Master Trainer Abba Shapiro as he teaches you how to shoot and produce an interview video successfully.In this session, you'll learn how to:• Set up a set and choose the best gear for your interview• Choose the best shooting and editing techniques• Output your interview video for the web
Learn how to set up Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 projects for speed and efficiency. Join Adobe Certified Instructor and Master Trainer Abba Shapiro as he shares the basics and explains key considerations when getting started with Adobe Premiere Pro.In this session, you’ll learn how to:• Choose the best hardware setup for your workflow• Import all types of media into Adobe Premiere Pro• Navigate the Adobe Premiere Pro interface and organize your media
This movie introduces the robust audio tools in Premiere Pro. Abba Shapiro shows how to preview and trim audio in the Source Monitor. Whether it’s an audio-only file or the audio channel of a video clip, Abba shows how to enable sub-frame audio scrubbing and trimming. He also shows how to interpret clips to combine or separate stereo channels. At the same time, he introduces fundamental audio tools that are essential to working with audio in Premiere Pro. (Premiere Pro CS6 & CC)
There is a lot of information about clips and sequences to be found in the Timeline with a few clicks. This movie demonstrates how to show and hide essential information that will help with the decision-making process during editing. This includes audio waveforms and keyframe controls right in the Timeline. It also covers different options for thumbnail previews of the clips in the Timeline and methods for enlarging and shrinking certain areas of the Timeline for greater control.
When it comes to performing precise edits without changing the timing of other clips on the Timeline, a three-point edit is a mainstay. Abba Shapiro shows how to perform a three-point edit to place a clip into the Timeline in an exact potion with an exact trim length.
In this movie, it’s time to get started with an editing project. The first step is to import media—all of the raw video, photographs, and audio that will be edited together into a final movie. Abba Shapiro demonstrates how to import individual files, or complete folders full of media. He explains how files are stored and linked to a project. He also demonstrates how to browse and preview clips on the hard drive before importing them into Premiere Pro.
The Timeline is where clips are edited together to create a complete narrative. In this movie, Abba Shapiro demonstrates the basic techniques to get started trimming clips and laying them out in the Timeline. He starts by browsing clips in the Project panel. Then he previews and trims clips in the Source Monitor before adding them into the Timeline to begin an edit. (Premiere Pro CS6 & CC)
Before getting started in Premiere Pro, it’s important to get familiar with the core interface. In this movie, Abba Shapiro identifies the four primary windows—the Source Monitor, the Program Monitor, the Timeline, and the Project panel. He discusses the roles that each of these panels play in organizing, previewing, marking, laying out, and editing video.