Applying effects to groups of clips

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Apply effects to groups of clips. Create a multieffect preset, save it in a new custom bin, and apply it to a group of clips.
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Getting Started: 01 What is Premiere Pro CS4? 00:01:37
 
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Getting Started: 02 Setting up your first project 00:02:07
 
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Getting Started: 03 Capturing video from tape 00:02:35
 
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Getting Started: 04 Importing footage 00:04:18
 
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Getting Started: 05 Exploring the workspace 00:02:54
 
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Getting Started: 06 Editing your video 00:06:43
 
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Getting Started: 07 Correcting color 00:05:26
 
  • Premiere Pro
 
Getting Started: 08 Applying transitions 00:03:58
 
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Getting Started: 09 Applying effects 00:04:20
 
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Getting Started: 10 Inserting graphics 00:04:00
 
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Getting Started: 11 Adding titles 00:08:06
 
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Getting Started: 12 Adding and adjusting audio 00:10:24
 
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Getting Started: 13 Exporting your project 00:05:01
 
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Importing tapeless assets in Media Browser 00:03:59
 
  • Premiere Pro
 
Batch encoding with Adobe Media Encoder 00:05:45
 
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Using Dynamic Link with Encore 00:09:33
 
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  • Encore
 
Introducing Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 00:15:59
 
  • Premiere Pro
 
Viewing and editing metadata 00:05:07
 
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Using Speech Search to speed editing 00:03:01
 
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Mapping source tracks to target tracks 00:06:48
 
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Normalizing audio for the whole Master track 00:02:06
 
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Applying effects to groups of clips 00:03:29
 
  • Premiere Pro
 
Creating FLV and F4V files 00:04:23
 
  • After Effects
  • Premiere Pro
  • Bridge
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Understanding digital video metadata workflow 00:03:16
 
  • After Effects
  • Premiere Pro
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Using Dynamic Link 00:05:15
 
  • After Effects
  • Premiere Pro
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  • Encore
 
Using markers and cue points 00:03:48
 
  • After Effects
  • Premiere Pro
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Creating video-rich websites in Encore 00:02:05
 
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  • Encore
 
Using Photoshop with Premiere 00:06:54
 
  • Photoshop
  • Premiere Pro
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Creating an event DVD 00:10:00
 
  • Premiere Pro
  • Bridge
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  • Encore
 
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