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Premiere Pro 1.5 Essential Training

with Steven Gotz

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Premiere Pro 1.5 Essential Training with Steven Gotz is a movie-based tutorial designed to teach beginning users how to make the most of Adobe's non-linear video editing application. The tutorial starts out with basic skills such as creating a new project, capturing footage, basic editing, and adding effects, and then moves on to more advanced topics such as exporting a project to different formats. The tutorial's sample footage allows users to start editing right away and practice turning raw footage into a finished product.

Exercise Files: Please note, the full or evaluation version of WinZip 8.1 SR-1 or higher is required to extract the exercise files. Download all of the files into the same folder. Then open the .zip file and then extract the contents to an appropriate location.
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  1. 4m 30s
    1. what's in these tutorials
      4m 30s
  2. 1h 0m
    1. creating a new project
      3m 5s
    2. project window
      4m 36s
    3. project window views
      10m 14s
    4. monitor window
      7m 43s
    5. timeline window
      13m 33s
    6. menus
      5m 5s
    7. preferences dialog
      6m 29s
    8. project settings dialog
      6m 41s
    9. keyboard customization
      3m 24s
  3. 31m 52s
    1. capturing and importing media
      1m 2s
    2. optimize for capturing
      2m 19s
    3. understanding capture
      3m 40s
    4. video capturing options
      6m 36s
    5. capturing video
      6m 11s
    6. importing audio, video, and stills
      3m 58s
    7. importing a project
      1m 12s
    8. importing a Photoshop file
      3m 25s
    9. Photoshop
      1m 20s
    10. synthetic media
      2m 9s
  4. 33m 13s
    1. assets to timeline - project window
      3m 41s
    2. assets to timeline - source view
      4m 5s
    3. split clips in the source view
      3m 51s
    4. automate to timeline
      2m 28s
    5. scrubbing
      1m 57s
    6. the tool palette
      10m 30s
    7. the trim window
      2m 13s
    8. nested sequences
      2m 0s
    9. workspaces
      2m 28s
  5. 9m 56s
    1. using transitions
      6m 6s
    2. simple trims for transitions
      2m 45s
    3. setting the default transition
      1m 5s
  6. 7m 3s
    1. real-time and rendering
      7m 3s
  7. 14m 25s
    1. effects controls window
      2m 24s
    2. fixed effects
      5m 38s
    3. standard effects
      3m 10s
    4. After Effects
      52s
    5. preset effects
      2m 21s
  8. 20m 53s
    1. keyframing basics
      9m 28s
    2. temporal keyframes
      3m 27s
    3. spatial bezier keyframes
      3m 0s
    4. temporal bezier keyframes
      3m 22s
    5. keyframing on the timeline
      1m 36s
  9. 33m 50s
    1. title designer tools
      9m 33s
    2. text properties
      5m 26s
    3. templates
      5m 3s
    4. rolls and crawls
      8m 37s
    5. shapes
      3m 48s
    6. importing logos
      1m 23s
  10. 13m 56s
    1. audio features and effects
      3m 54s
    2. clip audio
      3m 51s
    3. track audio
      1m 8s
    4. audio mixer
      5m 3s
  11. 3h 0m
    1. LA eyeworks project
      6m 2s
    2. the interview
      5m 51s
    3. interview shot 1 part 1
      3m 26s
    4. interview shot 1 part 2
      4m 49s
    5. interview shot 1 part 3
      2m 35s
    6. interview shot 1 part 4
      4m 34s
    7. interview shot 1 part 5
      1m 19s
    8. interview shot 1 part 6
      4m 17s
    9. interview shot 1 part 7
      2m 57s
    10. renaming the sequence
      54s
    11. interview shot 2
      9m 51s
    12. shortening a nested sequence
      2m 24s
    13. interview shot 3
      7m 38s
    14. interview shot 4 part 1
      15m 59s
    15. interview shot 4 part 2
      1m 59s
    16. cleaning up sequences
      1m 16s
    17. intro and L cut
      4m 18s
    18. montage 1
      10m 2s
    19. montage 2 part 1
      13m 36s
    20. montage 2 part 2
      7m 5s
    21. montage 3
      7m 53s
    22. sweetening part 1
      7m 36s
    23. sweetening part 2
      8m 48s
    24. sweetening part 3
      7m 39s
    25. sweetening part 4
      11m 29s
    26. sweetening part 5
      13m 13s
    27. adding titles
      11m 56s
    28. saving the project
      55s
  12. 20m 52s
    1. exporting to tape
      1m 38s
    2. exporting to movie
      3m 23s
    3. exporting a frame
      1m 45s
    4. exporting audio
      1m 54s
    5. Adobe media encoder
      7m 30s
    6. project manager
      4m 42s

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Premiere Pro 1.5 Essential Training
7h 11m Beginner Nov 01, 2004

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Premiere Pro 1.5 Essential Training with Steven Gotz is a movie-based tutorial designed to teach beginning users how to make the most of Adobe's non-linear video editing application. The tutorial starts out with basic skills such as creating a new project, capturing footage, basic editing, and adding effects, and then moves on to more advanced topics such as exporting a project to different formats. The tutorial's sample footage allows users to start editing right away and practice turning raw footage into a finished product.

Exercise Files: Please note, the full or evaluation version of WinZip 8.1 SR-1 or higher is required to extract the exercise files. Download all of the files into the same folder. Then open the .zip file and then extract the contents to an appropriate location.

Topics include:
  • The interface Capturing, importing and creating assets Editing with timeline Using transitions Video effects Keyframing Adobe Title Designer Working with audio Sample project
Subject:
Video
Software:
Premiere Pro
Author:
Steven Gotz

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