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Mapping and Importing Audio in Premiere Pro 5.5
Go beyond the default settings for importing audio in Premiere Pro and control if all audio is imported as mono, stereo or 5.1. Colin will show you how do take control of all your imported audio and how to change and remap the output setting for each clip in your project. He’ll also show you the difference between Track keyframes and Clip keyframes and hot to use fader automation to create them.
Dual-System Sound Synchronization without Timecode in Premiere Pro CS5.5
In this tutorial, Principal Worldwide Evangelist for Adobe, Jason Levine will highlight using updated 'merge clip' options to synchronize externally-recorded audio with your DSLR video clips (and other video formats, without timecode).
Work Natively with PSD files in Premiere Pro
In this tutorial, Principal Worldwide Evangelist for Adobe, Jason Levine will reveal the native import options when working with Adobe Photoshop files (PSD) in Premiere Pro CS5.5. Bring in individual layers, merge your layers together, or create sequences, all the while maintaining transparency, layer styles, animation, even layer sets!
Basic Secondary Color Correction/Grading in Premiere Pro CS5.5
In this tutorial, Principal Worldwide Evangelist for Adobe, Jason Levine walks you through some basic techniques for using Secondary Color Correction in Premiere Pro CS5.5, focusing on skin tones, as well as individual color selections for more intricate grading tasks…all played in real-time thanks to the amazing, 64-bit Mercury Playback Engine.
Quick-Start DSLR Editing Workflow for Final Cut Users/Switchers (updated for CS5.5!)
In this tutorial, Principal Worldwide Evangelist for Adobe, Jason Levine will take you 'from the camera to the timeline', showcasing a complete Ingest-Edit-Export workflow when working with DSLR video media, or really any tapeless, file-based format in Premiere Pro CS5.5. Along the way, he'll describe many of the benefits of working natively with Photoshop and After Effects as well. And, if you're coming from Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer, this short tutorial will have you editing and exporting your DSLR footage very quickly.
Closed Captions in Premiere Pro CS5.5
In this episode of Short and Suite, Karl Soule shows how to import Closed Caption files such as .scc and .mcc and embed them into the timeline. You'll also learn how to preview closed captioning directly in Premiere Pro, as well as how to output your closed captioned video for broadcast.
Using the Trim Monitor in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
The Trim Monitor maybe an often-overlooked tool in Premiere Pro that can be used to precisely tweak an edit. Karl Soule shows you how to use this feature to fine-tune the in and out points of clips on a timeline at a cut with ease.
Meet a new breed of filmmakers who are changing the rules for film production and distribution. Defying the big, bloated movie budgets of the past, today’s digital rebels are making their films fast and with surprisingly low budgets. But make no mistake, the caliber and quality of these films is right up there with the best of the best. In this video, you’ll meet a few trailblazers from this new generation of filmmakers and learn about the tools they’re using.
Premiere Pro CS5.5 Resources for Pro Editors
Thinking about switching to Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5? Join Karl Soule as he shares some of the tricks that can make that transition easier as well as a variety of assets which will help you make an informed decision. *Please check the comment section for a list of links used in this video*