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Premiere Pro CC Visual QuickStart Guide

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ISBN-10: 0321929543

ISBN-13: 9780321929549

Edition: 2013

Authors: Jan Ozer

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In this clear and straightforward guide, digital video veteran Jan Ozer gives beginning and intermediate video editors just what they need to know on Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Tasked-based, step-by-step instructions and loads of visuals and time-saving tips help professionals and newcomers alike quickly find and learn tasks specific to their needs, benefiting from the award-winning Visual QuickStart style. Topics covered include essential editing tasks and media-management strategies, transitions, effects and filters, rendering options, and optimal editing and production strategies for streaming delivery of HD source content. It includes coverage of all the new features in Premiere Pro CC,…    
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Book details

List price: $39.99
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Publication date: 6/17/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.892
Language: English

Welcome to Adobe Premiere Pro
Touring the Interface
The Premiere Pro Workflow
Choosing Your Workspace
About Your Workspace
Customizing Your Workspace
Working with Keyboard Shortcuts
Setting Up Projects
Working with Projects
Working with Missing and Offline Files
Importing Media
Import Options
Ingesting File-based Content in the Media Browser
Importing from Tape-based Devices: Hardware
Importing from Tape-based Devices: Software
Using Playback Controls in the Capture Panel
Working with Adobe Photoshop Files
Importing Files from Your Hard Disk
Importing Content from Premiere Pro Projects
Generating Media with Adobe Premiere Pro
Working with Dynamic Link
Organizing and Viewing Clips
Working in the Project Panel
Project Panel Basics
Clip Management in the Project Panel
Finding Clips in the Project Panel
Organizing Your Content with Bins
Working with Bin-Related Preferences
Working in List View
Working in Icon View
Viewing Clips in the Source Monitor
Controlling Playback in the Source Monitor
Configuring the Source Monitor
Working with Clips in the Source Monitor
Working with Subclips
Choosing Display Modes
Working with Metadata
Working with Sequences
Storyboard Editing in the Project Panel
Working with the Timeline
Customizing the Timeline
Adding and Deleting Tracks
Choosing the Timecode Display Format
Navigating in the Timeline
Monitoring Audio and Video
Sync Lock and Track Lock
Getting Clips to the Timeline
Insert and Overwrite Edits
Three- and Four-Point Edits
Playing Clips in the Program Monitor
Editing in the Timeline
Selecting Clips on the Timeline
Grouping and Ungrouping Clips
Working with Snapping
Dragging Clips in the Timeline
Moving Clips via Keyboard Controls and the Keypad
Moving Clips from Track to Track
Working with Track Targeting
Cut, Copy, Paste, and Paste Insert
Deleting Clips on the Timeline
Finding and Deleting Gaps in the Timeline
Performing Lift and Extract Edits
Replacing a Clip on the Timeline
Splitting Clips
Linking and Unlinking Clips
Adding Markers on the Timeline
Advanced Timeline Techniques
About the Trimming Modes
Editing in the Program Monitor
Trimming with Keyboard Controls
Producing Split Edits
Changing Clip Speed
Working with Nested Clips
Finding Stuff
Adding Motion to Clips
Working with Premiere Pro's Motion Controls
Adjusting Effects in the Timeline
Working with Keyframes
Working with Keyframes in the Effect Controls Panel
Customizing Keyframes
Time Remapping via Keyframes
Working with Video Effects
About Premiere Pro Effects
The Effects Workflow
Animate an Effect with Keyframes
Applying Effects to Multiple Clips
Keying and Greenscreen Basics
Applying and Configuring the Ultra Key Effect
Cleaning Up Edges with Garbage Mattes
Working with Transitions
About Transitions
Working with Transitions
Customizing Transitions
Fading In from and Out to Black
Audio Transitions
Adding the Default Transitions to Multiple Clips
Color and Brightness Correction
Working in Color Correction Mode
Using the Waveform Monitor
Color-Correcting Your Video
Applying Lumetri Effects with Adjustment Layers
Multi-Camera Editing
Syncing Clips from Multiple Cameras
Identifying Sync Points Using a Multi-Camera Source Sequence
Accessing the Multi-Camera Source Sequence in the Timeline
The Nested Sequence Method
Producing Multi-Camera Edits
A Few Additional Audio Notes
Working with Titles
About Titles
Working with the Titler
Working with Premiere Pro's Title Templates
Working with Text
Setting Text and Shape Properties
Working with Styles
Creating Shapes
Arranging Shapes and Text
Centering, Aligning, and Distributing Objects
Working with Logos
Creating Rolls and Crawls
Working with Audio
Adjusting Volume in the Effect Controls Panel
Adjusting Volume on the Timeline
Working with Gain
Sending Audio to Adobe Audition
Entering the Audio Workspace
Working with Audio Effects
Publishing Your Video
Exporting Still Images
Exporting Media from Premiere Pro
About Adobe Media Encoder
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