Importing and setting up the project


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Importing and setting up the project

In this movie we're going to look at setting up the final project. If you'd like to just follow along here, you can actually just open up the Importing and Setup project found in the Chapter 13 folder. For those of you that are little bit more orthodox and actually want to totally start from scratch here, just go to File, New Project or you could select New Project from the Welcome Screen. From here, I'm going to click on Change Settings and we want to setup an NTSC-DV-Widescreen 48 kilohertz project. The reason why you should set it up this way, even if you use PAL, you should still set it up as an NTSC project because this is what matches our source footage, and this is how you get the best results in Premiere Elements. Again, you want to create a new project that matches your source footage.

Even if you're making something for a tiny little spot on a website, you want to make sure that if your footage is originally DV Widescreen, you setup a DV Widescreen project and then out...

Importing and setting up the project
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Importing and setting up the project provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Elements 4 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Elements
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