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Meet Adobe Premiere Pro, and learn the skills necessary to professionally edit video. Abba Shapiro first introduces a "fast track" approach to Premiere that shows the entire import to output process in eight quick steps—ideal as an overview for new editors and a preview of the new features in CC that experienced users will want to see right off the bat. Then transition to the expanded workflow that begins with importing media, creating a basic rough edit, and then refining the cut with music and sound effects, transitions, visual effects, and titles. The course also includes information on exporting and archiving projects, as well as advice for becoming more efficient in Premiere with actions, keyboard shortcuts, and other workflow enhancing tricks.
Creating credit rolls and crawls are easy in Premiere Pro. I'm going to go under the title tool, select new title and choose default roll. Now I get the same titling tool. I want to make sure I label it. I'm going to just call this moving text. And press OK. Now I can type in anything I want. I'll type in the word roll, r o l l all caps and I'm going to make it a little bit bigger, so it really stands out and position it. Now one thing I need to do is I need to determine if I want it to start and stop off screen.
And I can click on this little button over here, and it would roll up and stop at this point or I can have it roll directly through the screen. The pre roll and post roll basically says how long you need to wait until it enters the screen and exits the screen. So if you want it to be two seconds before it comes on I can simply type in 60 frames or 2 seconds. Let me go ahead and press OK. We're going to add an outline to it so we can actually see it, close it, and now I'm going to bring it and drag it right on top of the clip that I wanted to roll over. We'll play it back and take a look.
>> Yes. >> Completely. >> Okay. So (SOUND). >> So perhaps instead of roll, I should of done slice, but I want to show you how easy it is to switch from say a rolling credit tool, to a crawling credit. So I'm going to double-click to load this back into the Title tool. And all I have to do to switch it from a roll to a crawl, is go back to that same Options box, open it up, switch to a crawl.
And I can choose to crawl from left to right or right to left. Pretty much the standard is crawling from the left, because we read left to right. And I do want it to start off screen and end on screen. So I'm going to say OK. This is how easy it is to change the text. Now if you have a lot of text I highly recommend not typing in it. In this case I've already typed it out and spell checked the crawl information. It's in a simple text document. I'll open it up, select it, copy, go back over to my Text tool, select the text that I want to replace, and simply do Cmd+V to paste.
Think it's a little big so we'll go ahead and we'll shrink its size, bring it to the bottom of the screen. Still a little bit big, so we're going to bring it down to something that's really small. As a matter of fact, let me type in a number (SOUND) 24 and we'll position it dead center where we want it to be. I think 24 is a little bit small, there we go. And all I have to do now is simply close the title tool, stretch this out a little bit because it's going to make more sense if we see this on top of me actually cutting the pizza, and we're good to go. >> Yeah, sounds good.
Yeah, we don't want me to burn myself. >> (LAUGH). >> And you can entertain children with this. >> Completely. >> Okay. So (SOUND). We can try this (INAUDIBLE). Neatness does not count. >> Neatness does not count. It's (INAUDIBLE). >> And there's our crawl from the emergency pizza cutting system, the EPCS.
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