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Organizing Media in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2014 release)
By Maxim Jago
Oct 21, 2014
In this lesson from Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release), you’ll learn how to organize your clips using the Project panel, which is the heart of your project. You’ll create special folders, called bins, to divide your clips into categories. You’ll also learn about adding important metadata and labels to your clips.
Retiming Clips in Adobe Premiere Pro Professional CC (2014 release)
By Maxim Jago
Sep 3, 2014
Maxim Jago reviews fixed speed changes, the time-remapping feature, and some other options that let you make clip playback speed, in this excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release).
Professional Audio Techniques for Adobe Premiere Pro
By Luisa Winters
Feb 26, 2014
This chapter will help you start to generate great audio in your program. Because you don’t always get to work with perfect audio, this chapter also features a section on how to fix common audio problems using Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Audition CC. From setting up your working environment to adjusting levels to adding effects, you’ll work with audio just like the pros do.
Organizing Your Content in Adobe Premiere Elements 12
By . Adobe Creative Team
Nov 21, 2013
Fast and efficient movie production requires organization before and during the edit. When you’re working with content from multiple sources and dates, Adobe Organizer is a very powerful tool for categorizing content and quickly finding video, audio clips, and pictures to use in your projects.
Importing Media into Adobe Premiere Pro
By Richard Harrington, Robbie Carman, Jeff I. Greenberg
Nov 29, 2012
Adobe Premiere Pro offers different paths to importing including an Import command, Media Browser, and Adobe Dynamic Link. This chapter discusses the details of how to import media into Adobe Premiere Pro.
More Quick Tips to Ease Your Jump to Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
By Jeff I. Greenberg
Nov 15, 2012
Jeff Greenberg, coauthor of An Editor's Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro, Second Edition, shares more tips to help you adjust to working in Premiere Pro and maximize the results you get from familiar editing features.
Six Tips Before You Jump to Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
By Jeff I. Greenberg
Nov 8, 2012
Spend minutes, save hours! Jeff Greenberg, coauthor of An Editor's Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro, Second Edition, cuts to the chase by pointing out what you need to know to get up to speed quickly and save time with Premiere Pro.
Tagging Clips to Places and Events in Premiere Elements 11
By Adobe Creative Team
Sep 29, 2012
Learn how to tag clips to places and events in Premiere Elements 11.
Keying and Compositing Green Screen Footage in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
By Adobe Creative Team
Apr 13, 2012
This excerpt explains how to convincingly insert a subject recorded in front of a green (or blue) background into a scene, thereby creating the illusion to the viewer that the subject is actually part of that scene.
Stabilizing Footage with the Warp Stabilizer in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
By Adobe Creative Team
Apr 13, 2012
The Warp Stabilizer, introduced in Adobe After Effects CS5.5 and now available in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, is an incredibly advanced stabilization tool that can make shaky footage look as if it was recorded with a sophisticated camera rig.
Monitoring Footage in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
By Adobe Creative Team
Apr 12, 2012
This excerpt covers ways of performing common tasks such as playing video clips, including a new browsing feature in Premiere Pro CS6 called hover scrub, and other key topics such as essential playback controls and customizing your monitors.
Setting Up a Project in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
By Adobe Creative Team
Apr 12, 2012
This excerpt walks you through how to set up a project in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, including choosing project settings, rendering and playback settings, video and audio display settings, and capture format settings; creating scratch disks; using sequence presets; and customizing sequence settings.
Touring the Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Interface
By Adobe Creative Team
Apr 12, 2012
To make it easier to configure the user interface, Premiere Pro offers workspaces. Workspaces quickly configure the various panels and tools on-screen in ways that are helpful for particular activities, such as editing, special effects work, or audio mixing. This excerpt walks you through the workspace layout, customizing your workspace, and setting up preferences.
Using Markers in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
By Adobe Creative Team
Apr 12, 2012
This excerpt explains how you can mark clips with comments and flag up areas of interest for later using markers, and explains how to use sequence markers, clip markers, and interactive markers.
An Editor's Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro: Importing Media
By Richard Harrington, Robbie Carman, Jeff I. Greenberg
Jul 12, 2011
In this chapter, you'll learn about importing files and the effect it will have on your system. You'll also learn how to bring in audio and even how to record your own narration tracks.
Authoring DVDs with Adobe Encore CS5
By Adobe Creative Team
Dec 12, 2010
This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you how to create professional-looking DVDs on your computer in minutes.
Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
By Adobe Creative Team
Dec 12, 2010
This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you all of your export options in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.
Using Photoshop and After Effects to Enhance Your Video Projects
By Adobe Creative Team
Dec 12, 2010
This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book explores the unique integration between Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop and After Effects for powerful and timesaving techniques.
Applying Specialized Editing Tools in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
By Adobe Creative Team
Dec 11, 2010
This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you how to use Rolling Edit, Slide, Slip, Lift and Extract to simplify certain tasks.
Creating Cuts-only Videos in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
By Adobe Creative Team
Dec 11, 2010
This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you how to use the Trim panel, the Ripple Edit tool, and move clips on the Timeline using the Source Monitor or keyboard modifiers to build your cuts-only video.

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