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PREMIER PRO TUTORIAL SCREENSHOTS


Episode Get Editing Quickly: Screen shot #1

Top left = source monitor Top right = Project monitor Bottom left = Project Panel Middle = TimeLine Bottom right = Audio/Media

Episode Get Editing Quickly: Screen shot #2

This screen shot shows how to import media. It is done by double clicking the project panel and then chose the folder or file and then just click import folder to import the folder or just click open to download the files. If the files are separate and you want to put it into the same folder just click and drag it into the folder (icon) of the folder you want it to go in.

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Episode Get Editing Quickly: Screen shot #3

In order to create a new sequence just click on any random video and drag that onto the second icon from the bottom right moving left. After that is done a new sequence in the time line will show and so will there be a new icon of a sequence in the project panel, in order to rename the sequence just click on the name of the sequence in the project panel (click once and the name should be changeable). In that new sequence there should be a video of the random video that was picked, if it isnt needed just click on it and delete it. The project panel would look better if the new sequence in the project panel was separated from the folder just drag it out of it.

Episode Get Editing Quickly: Screen shot #4

In this screen shot it is to show how to use the source monitor to edit the videos. This pane is to cut the videos so there would be the starting markers which would be pressed where the video should be started and the end mark which would be pressed to mark the end of the video that would be cut. In order to paste the video into the timeline just drag the video into the timeline and chose where it should go or just click the second last or third to last button on the source monitor. TO edit the video n the timeline and not wanting the video to move or shorter further from the rest of the videos is by pressing the CTRL and pointer would turn yellow and that would allow you to drag the videos length.

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Episode Three-Point and Four-point Edits: Screen shot #1

Introducing the three point edits point one is the start marker and the second is the end marker and the third is in the timeline where the video is placed after the edit. This could be done in a cheating way by using the play head to be at the position where the in part of the video would be placed and then clicking insert in the source monitor. But a proper three point edit woul d be by placing the play head where it wants to go and then clicking on the I key which would create an in mark in the timeline and that would be where the video would enter when clicking on insert in the source monitor.

Episode Three-Point and Four-point Edits: Screen shot #2

This screenshot shows that instead of using the I as the in marker in the timeline and it would mark where the start of the video should be this is using the end marker where the video would indicates the end of the video should be placed. This is added by hovering the play header at where the end should be and in the project monitor (top right) click on the end mark which is circled red.

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Episode Three-Point and Four-point Edits: Screen shot #3

There is another edit of adding videos into the timeline called the reverse Three -point edit where I must be on the time line and mark out the in-mark and the out-mark of the video and that blue area highlighted will be marked on the timeline. That highlighted part is the part that the video clip will fit into that is why you only need to mark only the in-point that the video will start playing at (delete the original in and out points by doing CTRL+SHIFT+X). Then click the overwrite button that is circled and the video will fit into the highlighted area (so the end mark will automatically mark out where the clip should end, but the start will be where we marked it off in the first place and vice versa.).

Episode Three-Point and Four-point Edits: Screen shot #4

A four point edit is where there are four points selected; two in the timeline and two in the source monitor. But the dialog box (like above) would come up if the frames are not fit for each other. The timeline duration gives 6:01 and the source monitor gives 4:11 which means that the frames dont match, so the dialog box comes up and gives choices of what to do with the clip so then the most logical is to change the clip speed to fit the duration in the timeline meaning that the clip would go in slow motion.

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Episode trimming on the Timeline: Screen shot #1

The first way is by hovering the mouse over the beginning or end of the clip until a red arrow appears and that will allow you to drag in to make the clip shorter, but if using the red arrow it would cause all the clips to be where they were (not moving anything) but there would be a gap in between two clips (if clipping in between clips so at the end of the first clip and beginning of the second one).

Episode trimming on the Timeline: Screen shot #2

Second way to trim the clip is by pressing CTRL before trimming, this would create a yellow arrow that would trim the clip by moving the clips as well so then there wouldnt be any gaps and the videos would disappear because the yellow arrow leads things to move around o the timeline.

Episode trimming on the Timeline: Screen shot #3


Main Trimming tools Selection tool (V) Selecting clips (A) Ripple Edit Tool (B) the yellow arrow Rolling edit tool (N) To adjust timing of both clips at the same time Razor Tool (C) Slide Tool (U) opposite of slip tool Hand Tool (H) Zoom Tool (Z) Rate stretch tool (X) changes playback speed filling gaps Slip Tool (Y) To extend and shorten clips on either side (content changes) Pen Tool (P)

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Episode trimming on the Timeline: Screen shot #4

WINDOW TRIM MONITOR This window would show full trimming in big scale. We are able to do all trimming techniques in this window. Doing this would give you more information and details.

Episode Delete and Ripple Delete: Screen shot #1

Normal delete that is easiest but would create a gap in between the videos would be just by pressing delete on the keyboard, but to delete without creating a gap between the videos or in other words shift the videos together is just by adding a shift (SHIFT+DEL).

Episode Delete and Ripple Delete: Screen shot #2

In order to delete just the audio just click ALT and DELETE and that would just choose the specific things that you wanted deleted, so to take out the audio just ALT click the audio file which is under the video line and just delete it once it is selected.

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Episode Delete and Ripple Delete: Screen shot #3

If the clips needed to be broken in two or needed to cut a big chunk out from a very large piece take the RAZOR tool which is on the tool bar on the left side of the timeline and use that tool to cut or mark out which ever part of the clip that is needed to be taken apart (it will automatically cut the video for you).

Episode Delete and Ripple Delete: Screen shot #3

In order to do a cut that will get all videos at once (not just one) press the SHIFT key at the same time as using the razor tool to cut, the razor icon will become a double razor and it will cut through all media. Another way is use the play head to cut through all media by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+K while the play head is hovering over the area that is needed to be cut.

Episode Add a Simple Title, Some Fades, and Music: Screen shot #1

Fading is when the video comes in or out from black to clear video at full capacity or from full capacity fading to black. In order to fade the video is by putting the play head at where the video should be at full complicity and press CTRL at the same time as clicking on the yellow line (circled above) and an arrow with a plus sign should come up and just click and it will mark the first point, Then do the same thing but with the part where it wants to be started from black and click on the yellow line there and then just drag the first one down and that will cause a slope, if you want to do it at the end where the video goes to black just do the same thing but this time instead of clicking dragging the first point down, drag the second one down to make it fade to black.

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Episode Add a Simple Title, Some Fades, and Music: Screen shot #2

This screen shot shows how to create a title, to do a simple text style just click on the timeline where the text should go and click CTRL T. Then this screen should come up then click on the T (circled top left) and then you have to click on the video where the text should go and just type away. But make sure that the writing is within the smallest box since that is where the video may be cut off so the text will still be seen no matter what. To change the fonts just click on any font at the bottom and it will change, the change the size slide the size around (circled middle) and bellow it would be the spacing between the letters.

Episode Add a Simple Title, Some Fades, and Music: Screen shot #2
In order to get the shady foggy navy shade at the bottom of the text (like above) these are the steps. Get the rectangular tool and make a rectangle over half of the text from the bottom and then go the title properties column and make sure shadow is clicked and has the same settings, then click on the fill and tick it then on fill type choose linear gradient and then on the left square slide the colour stop opacity to zero. On the left coloured square use the colour stop colour (the pipette) and then choose the colour you want. Then click on the colour stop opacity and slide it right till it gets at around 90 100%. Afterwards we must move the text forward so go back to the mouse tool and click on the text box and right click and then choose arrange and choose bring to front.

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Episode Add a Simple Title, Some Fades, and Music: Screen shot #3

To create a bolder out lined shadow for the text you must click on the text box and go over to title properties column and click the tick on outer strokes. Make sure the type is EDGE and the size is around 10 then choose the opacity to be at 100%. The important part is the shadow when you click it be sure that the opacity is around 45% and also check the distance, make the distance 0.0 and the size and spread to 100%. This will make sure that the word does not have a hanging shadow but it will help make the word more clearly and easily seen.

Episode Add a Simple Title, Some Fades, and Music: Screen shot #4

Once the title is finish click on the X then it will disappear but it will reappear in the project panel and just get that and drag it over to where you want it to be on the video (should be in row video 2). You can extend it or shorten it just like a video and also add some fade in and fade outs which would be recommended because the title should come in smoothly. All these fade in and outs are the same as the videos.

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Episode Add a Simple Title, Some Fades, and Music: Screen shot #4

Now to add music into the videos, there should be a audio file in the project panel so just drag that in to where it should be started. And then to add the effect of fading in (to create a smoother audio) just click CTRL and choose the point that the music would fade in from and the second where it would play at full volume. Then drag the first point down to create a slope and that is where it would fade in from.

Episode Creating and editing titles: Screen shot #1

Review of adding the title. Click on a part of the video (this is needed because in order to add the title there must be an image at the back (the video still). Once the point is selected click CTRL+T and that would bring up the window above. Choose the T at the top left and that would allow the editor to add in the title so just click on any part of the video and just type whatever there is to type. Then in order to position the texts just click the mouse key again and that would allow you to edit the text box. To change the size of the text click on the T (circled red) and just slide it left or right to make it bigger or smaller, and to change the spacing od each letter just click on the one bellow that T which is the AV and do the same but this time it will allow you to change the spacing between each of the letters. To change the font or the title styles the choices are at the bottom and just play around with the styles that are there. To create more detail in the title this is all in the left column title properties which will allow yo to edit the title, other ones that are mainly used would be the Strokes (outer strokes) just click on that and add the outer stroke and it would make the text bold and also shadow. Mostly shadow is used to highlight the text lightly, to do this just slide the distance to 0 and slide the spread and size to around 100.

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Episode Creating and editing titles: Screen shot #2

In order to creating rolling texts or rolling credits just choose where in the video that should be and just click CTRL+T and the title window will appear, but this time instead of typing first click on the ROLL/CRAWL (circled red). Once click the mini window will appear so you must choose the roll option and set the timing of the text to start off screen and end off screen, the ease in and ease out is not important.

Episode Creating and editing titles: Screen shot #3

In order to add the text into the rolling credits just click on the text icon and just choose a place on the screen to type the names of people in the movie or whatever is relevant to the credits. But an easier way is to write those things on a separate document because once that is done it is easier to just copy and paste the text into the text box. Once the text is pasted into the video it will be all written to the left so then just click on the middle tool and it will adjust the text to be in the middle. If the text isnt seen clearly maybe click on the outer stroke to add a little edge to the text and crank up the size so that the black outline is easily seen.

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Episode Creating and editing titles: Screen shot #4

Once the editing of the video is finish just click exit and it will appear in the project panel and just click that and drag it over to where in the video you want it to be and if its too short you could always make it longer by dragging the video out using the red arrow. To make changes to the title just double click. But if you use the title multiple times and you make a change it will affect all of the titles so to make changes without affecting anything just create a new title file by clicking new title based on current tile which this icon

Episode Add a Transition between 2 Clips: Screen shot #1

To transit between two videos it is usually just a simple straight where it goes from one video to another, but a very popularly used transition is cross dissolve where two videos blur and merge together for a limit of time. In order to get that transition use the play head to choose where in the end of the video you want to transition to start into the next video. After the position is selected click CTRL+D and an automatic cross dissolve transition will appear. To change the duration of the transition just simple hover the mouse over the ends of the transition and drag it to make it longer or shorter. (This is just to apply the default transition)

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Episode Add a Transition between 2 Clips: Screen shot #2


For the transition that isnt cross dissolve there are a ton of other transitions to choose for. This is all found in the project panel (bottom left box) and in that panel there is a slider bar at the top of it so slide it to the right and the effects tab will appear. Click on effects and a lot of other video, audio effects and transitions will appear. This allows you to have a wide variety of choice for the transitions and to get the transitions to work just drag it onto the video in the timeline either in between to clips or at the end of the clip before (this option would cut off the end of the first clip). If there was a transition on the timeline already and you want to replace it with another transition just click on one that you want to change and drag it on top of the transition that is already there and it will automatically replace the old transition to the new one.

Episode Add a Transition between 2 Clips: Screen shot #3

The effect control panel is in the source monitor and the transition settings will appear once you click on the transition in the timeline. The original let side will have A and B in the slides but to see the actual video click on SHOW ACTUAL SOURCES. This effect doesnt have much to set up but if it were other transitions there may be more settings to the transition.

Episode Add a Transition between 2 Clips: Screen shot #4


Red line above the transition means that premier pro may not be able to playback the clip in the smoothest form or to fullest quality, so in order for it to be smooth you need a new preview file and that means to RENDER the video. To RENDER the video is easy, just click ENTER and it will render the video and the red line will turn green!

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Episode Green Screen: Screen shot #1

To create a green screen effect you need a normal background video and a video with you or anything on a green screen. For this just add the first video which is the background video into the timeline and then get the green screen video and add that over the first video (so that will go into video 2). In order to get the effect to work go to the project panel and slide the slider over to the right and click on EFFECTS that will bring up a list of effects for audio and video. Typing in ULTRA and the effect ultra -key will show and that is the effect that you need to use. Drag that effect onto the green screen video, nothing will change yet because this is an effect where its settings needs to be changed . For the ultra-key effect to function properly, go to the source monitor and click on effect controls and the setting and for the ultra-key effect will appear. Bring down the ultra-key option and choose the key colour, this is when you use the colour dropper and click on the background of the screen (the green or pink or red etc.). Then play around with the Matte Generation and the Matte Cleanup in order to get the right effect, also maybe you might want to work around with the Colour Correction because that is what will help make the person seem more realistic.

Episode Multi-Cam: Screen shot #1

Get the zoomed in view of the project panel by clicking the squiggly key then g et the different angle shots of the same video that you want to use then create in points that are all the same. TO do this use the J K and L (J=backwards, L=forward and K=stop) and just hold down the K at the same time as moving the J and L so its shot by shot and then when you have a certain shot just click I to get an in point, do this to all the vids and make sure all the in points are the same (same movements).

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Episode Multi-Cam: Screen shot #2

To make the shots into one sequence select all the multi-shots and right click and choose create multi camera source sequence and then name it whatever is appropriate and then make sure that the synchronized point is the in-point (since that is what we made all the same). And once the new sequence is made right click on it and select

Episode Multi-Cam: Screen shot #3

After there is new sequences from the multi-shot clip make sure that you are clicking on that sequence in the project panel and then go to window and then choose MULTICAMERA MONITOR and then this window will pop up but just drag that section into the source monitor where it will automatically create its own tab. Then we will work on that tab in the source monitor so click the squiggly key again and then it will pop up as full screen.

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Episode Multi-Cam: Screen shot #4

This is the last step in creating the multi-cam video shots. In the source monitor there will be a play pause record button at the bottom (circled red) and all that you need to do is click the record button then click play and then from then on when you want the angles to switch just click on the screen of either of the four and the video will record the switch and in the final one it will come out like this

Episode Working With Audio: Screen shot #1


In the source monitor, the video could be viewed, but for premier pro the audio could also be seen as well by going to the top right corner of the source monitor and then clicking on audio waveform and that will allow you to edit the audio without having to see the video. This screen will appear and it will allow you to do the inpoints and out-points just like the normal video viewing.

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Episode Working With Audio: Screen shot #2

This is a stereo audio I know this because if I right click on the video in the project panel and choose properties the properties of the video will appear including the audio info. There is also another type called duo-audio where there may have been two microphones to record the sound. In order to edit both separately you need to edit the channel format. This is done by right clicking the video and then choosing modify and then more choices come up and just click audio channels. Then this window will appear:

Then in order to make separate audios (so there will be audio 1 and 2 for the same clip) where it says channel format (if there is one audio in the video just choose stereo but if there are two then choose MONO and there will be a source channel for right and left.

Episode Working With Audio: Screen shot #2

To create audio transitions is exactly the same as creating video transitions. In the project panel click on effects and a list of effects will appear, chose audio transitions and there will be many transitions to choose from. Get the preferred one and click and drag it on to the audio transection that you want the transition to be at. TO remove it just click on the transition and press delete, and to make it a different transition just drag the new transition on top of the old one and it will automatically replace the old one.

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