This video helps you understand how to create a new Premiere project.
- [Instructor] So just launched Premiere and in the start dialogue and we're going to create a new project. So tap "New Project" on the left hand side there and of course the first thing to do is to give this a name. So I'm just going to call this "premiereDemo" like so and then choose a location for where everything will be collected together. I'm just going to choose my desktop at the moment and create a new folder just here. I'll just call this "prdemo" like so.
Tap "Create" and "Choose" and then the other things here usually are left as default. Timecode is the way that we want the time to be displayed. Audio, how we want that to be shown as waveforms and audio samples and capture format DV, that's normally the way that's left. If you've got more than one disk attached to your machine, so for example I've got four here and of these this is a solid state drive mercury. I could actually make that one one of my scratch disks and the transfer would be really, really fast, but generally I would leave these the same as the project.
It means everything gets collected in one place. Finally, and very briefly, Ingest Settings. This is where you can determine things in the way they're brought into the file. There are things called proxys which are a way of enhancing your playback within Premiere and they're outside of the scope of this course, but if you do find that people are telling you you should be using proxys, then this is where you would go. For us though, at the moment, with what we're doing here in this introductory course, then we're good to go.
Hit "Ok" and your project is created. What we're going to need next is some media and then we'll get started. So let's move on to the next movie.
- Basic terminology
- Importing files from Photoshop and Illustrator into After Effects
- Creating a lower third in After Effects
- Creating a new project in Adobe Premiere
- Working with sound and Audition
- Multitrack editing
- Remixing time
- Navigating the Adobe Audition interface
- Adobe Media Encoder
- Making a short social movie
Skill Level Beginner
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Audition CC 2017 Essential Trainingwith Paul Murphy5h 32m Beginner
1. Foundation Concepts
2. Adobe After Effects Essentials
3. Creating a Lower Third in After Effects
4. Adobe Premiere
5. Adobe Audition
6. Adobe Media Encoder
7. Making a Short Social Movie
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