- 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 7: Use Automate to Sequence
The timeline is now set to use the Automate to Sequence function. This will take the images and place them on the timeline in your preset play-order, matching the in-point and out-point of each image to the first and next marker on the timeline.
Task: To add the images to the timeline, do the following:
- With Premiere open, ensure that the timeline cursor is over your first marker (see Figure 20), then double-click the Images bin if it is not already open.
- Press Ctrl+A to highlight all the images in the bin (see Figure 21).
- From the Project menu, choose Automate to Sequence to send the images to the timeline (see Figure 22).
- When the Automate To Sequence dialog box appears, set Ordering to Sort Order and set Placement to At Unnumbered Markers (see Figure 23). Method is not important in this case.