- What Is A Photomontage and Why Use It Here?
- Step 1: Good Housekeeping
- Step 2: Create a Project to Suit the Output
- Step 3: Create Good Housekeeping Inside Premiere CS3
- Step 4: Import Multiple Files
- Step 5: Create a Play Order
- Step 6: Mark the Beat
- Step 7: Use Automate to Sequence
- Until Next Time...
- Editor's Note
Step 5: Create a Play Order
The play order is the order in which your clips will appear using the Automate to Sequence function discussed later in Step 6. Creating a play order is just a matter of drag and drop, and can be altered over and over until you get it just right.
Task: To create a play order, do the following:
- With Premiere CS3 open, double-click the Images bin to open it. The bin should open in a separate window (see Figure 13).
- If it’s not already selected, click the Icon View button to show the images as "tiles;" then drag the window until you can see all the images (see Figure 14).
- Using the mouse, click one of the images. With the mouse key held down, drag the image between another two images and drop it (see Figure 15).
- Continue doing this until all the images are in the order you want.