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Trimming on the Timeline in Premiere Pro
Easily trim and adjust your clips on the Timeline in Premiere Pro. Maxim Jago explains how to use the Timeline's source and track indicators to control your edit, and shows why Timeline trimming is one of the most powerful and popular editing techniques. Learn more at Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Learn by Video
Editing in the Timeline with source patching & track targeting
Learn timeline-based editing techniques in Premiere Pro. Infinite Skills author Jeff Sengstack explains how to use the timeline's separate source and track indicators to gain more control over timeline navigation, copy/paste, and inserting and overwriting clips from the Source monitor and the Project panel.
Edit sequences in the Source monitor into other sequences
Learn to edit from sequences loaded into the Source monitor. Infinite Skills author Jeff Sengstack demonstrates Premiere Pro's ability to let editors place any number of clips in a sequence, open that sequence in the Source Monitor, and select segments and add them to another sequence. The feature harkens back to a frequently used feature film-editing technique, called a KEM roll, whereby editors put multiple takes of the same scene on the same reel, giving the director an easy way to select the best take.
Shooting and Editing Interviews for Corporate Video
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
Advanced Editing Techniques: Adobe Premiere Pro for Speed and Precision
Discover fast editing and advanced post-production skills with Adobe Premiere Pro. Maxim Jago, Adobe Certified Instructor and Master Trainer, filmmaker, and coauthor of the Adobe Premiere Pro Classroom in a Book, brings you techniques that will set you apart as an editor.Take your post-production skills to the next level and learn:• Color correction techniques for creative and industry-standard results• Editing shortcuts to achieve more in less time• How to composite timelines• When to switch applications for more advanced work• Special techniques for multicam editing
Arranging and trimming clips
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Jeff Sengstack shows you how to do basic video editing. He explains how to put video clips on a timeline, review those clips to come up with an editing plan, rearrange the clips into a logical order, delete unneeded clips, and trim the clips to take out unwanted footage. Jeff goes on to show you how to several video editing techniques including making "matched-action" edits to enhance your video story-telling techniques. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.
Advanced Image Editing Techniques with CS6
Show: The Russell Brown Show
Learn how to start with a everyday good image and then make it look like a prize winning photo. This will all be done with some tips and techniques found in Adobe Photoshop CS6. This project combines Adobe Camera Raw, Smart Objects, Adaptive Wide Angle, and finally Puppet Warp to enhance the image.