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20 Tips for Shooting Great Video
By Adobe Creative Team
Jun 16, 2009
20 tips for shooting great video, and four methods to transfer or capture your video to your workstation.
Adding Transitions in Premiere
By Adobe Creative Team
Feb 28, 2003
In this lesson, you'll create a short prelude to a television program about dreams, using transitions between clips, special effects, and precisely trimmed clips.
Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book: Getting to Know Your Workspace
By Adobe Creative Team
Apr 14, 2010
Get a brief tour of the Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS5 video-editing workspace and learn how to customize it so it works best for you.
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.
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.
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.
Capturing and Adding Footage in Premiere Elements 2 for Windows
By Antony Bolante
Mar 31, 2006
Before you can begin editing, you need to get the video from a tape to your hard driveโ€”a process known as video capture. In Premiere Elements, all the controls you'll need for capture are integrated into an easy-to-use Capture panel. The Capture panel lets you control a DV camera or deck, see and hear the video, and naturally, transfer the parts you want to your computer for editing in Premiere Elements. This chapter will help you get started with this process.
Create a Custom Workspace in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2015 release)
By Maxim Jago
Jun 24, 2015
Workspaces quickly configure the various panels and tools onscreen in ways that are helpful for particular activities, such as editing, special effects work, or audio mixing. Now in the 2015 release of Adobe Premiere Pro CC you can create custom workspaces. Maxim Jago shows you how in this excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2015 release).
Creating a Musical Photomontage with Premiere CS3: Part 1
By Paul Ekert
Apr 10, 2008
In a series of three articles, Paul Ekert will use the simple premise of a musical photomontage to demonstrate core Premiere skills often overlooked by beginners and proficient users alike.
Creating a Musical Photomontage with Premiere CS3: Part 2
By Paul Ekert
Apr 15, 2008
In the first article of this three-part series, Paul Ekert showed you how to automatically create a photomontage set to music using Premiere CS3. Part 2 demonstrates how to alter the scale of the images, move inaccurate markers to a better position, and trim the images to these new points.
Creating a Musical Photomontage with Premiere CS3: Part 3
By Paul Ekert
Apr 30, 2008
In this third and final tutorial in his series, Paul Ekert will show you how to add a little spice to your montage. You'll also see the effective use of transitions and filters and learn how to create a Picture-in-Picture effect (PiP).
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.
Editing a Dialogue Scene in Adobe Premiere Pro CC
By Joe Dockery, Conrad Chavez, Rob Schwartz
Feb 9, 2016
This chapter from Learn Adobe Premiere Pro CC for Video Communication: Adobe Certified Associate Exam Preparation shows you how to create a rough cut, edit on the timeline, understand and edit coverage, edit audio transitions, create a title crawl, use adjustment layers and effects, and review and export files.
Editing Fundamentals in Premiere
By Dennis Chominsky
Jun 27, 2003
Dennis Chominsky helps you get a firm grasp of the simple topics in Premiere in order to advance yourself to exceptional mastering of the program. Follow his steps, and you will be on your way to becoming a top editor.
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.
How to Use the Project Panel In Premiere Pro 2.0
By Jacob Rosenberg
Oct 27, 2006
Travel to the center of the Premiere Pro universe with this guided tour of the Premiere Pro 2.0 Project panel. Over the course of this chapter, author Jacob Rosenberg gives you an overview of the Project panel's functions, features, and behaviors and offers a few organizational tips you can use to make video editing easier.
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.
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.
Making a Movie in Premiere Elements: Assembling Your Clips
By Jan Ozer
Oct 6, 2005
Creating a movie in Premiere Elements is a snap, but creating a movie that's worth watching is somewhat more difficult. This chapter will teach you the basic elements of editing to bring out the most interesting and important clips in your movie.
Managing Media in Adobe Premiere Pro CS4
By Adobe Creative Team
Oct 7, 2008
The Adobe Creative Team demonstrates how to use the Project panel's folder-like systems to keep your many audio and video files, still images, and whatnot organized.

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