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One of the things you often have to do when editing a program is cut B roll into a voice over or into somebody on camera explaining something. So that's exactly what we're going to do in this video. We have a background track. And in the background it's just Vanessa just telling me what we are going to do when we really start rolling and I'm going to use this as a reference because I'll be able to go through the whole recipe in about twelve or thirteen seconds. So if we look at the background track that I grabbed, we can see just Vanessa telling me what we will be doing.
>> You're going to add the tapioca flower the cheese, the eggs, the oil, and the water. >> huh. >> The mixer. >> So let's go ahead and start cutting in the B roll. Now, you might have been playing with our track targeting if you have watched the previous videos. So I want to show you a quick way that you can reset that if you right-click in the area where you do the track targeting, there is an option for default source assignment. And it will reset everything back to the way it was when you first launched Premiere for the very first time. And this is really useful if you've moved things all around. Now, we did learn how to turn off the audio track before we bring in a clip. But there's another really great technique if you like to drag and drop your video from your source panel into your timeline, how do you do just the video or just the audio without actually turning off the track targeting. And you can do that very simply by clicking on either of these icons. I can bring in just my audio or in this case just my video. Now I've already marked an in point where I want to start putting in my cutaways and I'm going to simply grab the video only track and drag it down to the timeline. Let me play this first part and when she says the second ingredient, we'll start our next cut.
>> going to mix it up. going to add the tapioca flour, the cheese. >> So right when she says, the cheese. And if I wanted to I could scroll down here and make this track a little bit bigger, so I might be able to see where she breaks up the words. And I'm going to simply mark an in point i in my timeline. Go grab the cheese, I'll double-click it. I've already marked in points where I think good starting points are. However, I'll be able to finesse this later with some of the advanced techniques that we'll learn in later videos. So let's go ahead, bring in the cheese.
I'm simply doing a drag and drop. Now, if I let go, because I did not grab the video only, it would put the audio in on the lower track. So let me just make sure that the audio is turned off. And I can scroll up to do that. So I'm just making sure that's turned off, and grabbing the video. Dragging that element, hitting play. (SOUND) >> The cheese is the >> (INAUDIBLE). >> And I've actually already marked in points or potential in points in all of these clips.
So I can drag them directly from the project panel into my timeline and it will respect the in points that I marked. And this will make things very quick. >> (BLANK_AUDIO) Cheese, the eggs, the. >> The oil. Now I'll probably smooth these out with dissolves and some sort of effect, but I just want to get the timing right. >> The oil and (BLANK_AUDIO) Water And the water huh. >> We're going to put it in a mixer.
>> It's a mixer. Are you going to mix? >> We're going to mix it up. >> Mix it up. (INAUDIBLE). >> And let's take a look at the dough ball and. >> We're going to press it out onto the pizza. >> So there's our dough ball. If you notice I have little pieces of the previous takes that might have been longer. Because I'm simply doing overwrite edits. But look how fast I can just drag things in once I've organized my elements. So, we have the dough ball and then I want to go ahead and we're going to be pressing the dough and then putting toppings on. This has an incredibly long shot.
So, I'm going to go ahead and not worry about it. I'll hit Play. >> And onto the pizza pan then we're going to top. >> Then we're going to top it and I'll put some sauce on (INAUDIBLE) pizza. >> And we'll put some cheese on. The chicken, and I'm just ball parking it here. no onions on this pizza today, and maybe just some parsley. Okay. >> And then I can go ahead and hit the Backslash key, and delete everything off at the end.
Hit the Backslash key again. Oops, one delete too many. And let's take a look at our rough cut of the b-roll montage. >> You're going to add the tapioca flour, the cheese, the eggs, the oil, and the water into the mixer. You're going to mix it up. >> Then we're going to press it out onto the pizza pan, then we're going to top the pizza. >> Okay. >> Super easy. >> As you see it's very easy to cut the B roll in. And now what I would do is I would probably massage it by putting dissolves for transitions or even putting in spaces to let it breathe a little bit, so it's not so back to back to back. And then, ultimately, we'd finish it off with some titles. But that's the essence of cutting B roll to a voice-over.
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