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In Premiere Pro CS4 Getting Started, Paul Trani walks through a non-linear editing project from beginning to end, introducing both new and established features along the way. He demonstrates how to capture and organize video footage from tapes or files, create and add to a sequence, and perform basic editing and trimming tasks. Paul also discusses techniques for color correction, transitions, titles, and other effects. He prepares the finished piece for export to both Encore DVD and web-optimized video formats. Example files accompany the course.
(Music plays.) Hi, I'm Paul Trani and this is Getting Started with Premiere Pro CS4. Premiere Pro is really a start to finish video production solution that's easy to learn and it's powerful. It gives you powerful results. So whether you want to get your vision online, on air or even on a device that's in your pocket, Premiere Pro can make it happen to for you. So if you don't know anything about Premiere Pro then you've come to the right place. I want to show you the basics of what you need to know to get yourself up and running in no time. So getting your project up and in the program to capturing and even importing this material.
Little shortcuts, maybe applying some effects, maybe a little bit of audio over here and basically how to export this out to pretty much any place where you want to put it. After you've gotten these basics down, we can take the next step to being a Premiere Pro pro with the Essential Training title here on lynda.com. Right now let's take the first step, shall we? Learning a powerful production tool. Getting Started with Premiere Pro CS4.
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