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Applying animation to titles: Premiere Pro CC Essential Training (2014)
Applying animation to titles: Premiere Pro CC Essential Training (2014)

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Q: This course was updated on 10/10/2014. What changed?

A: We added tutorials to cover the most recent changes to Premiere Pro CC. The "What's new" movies provide an overview of the UI and effects changes, and the four movies indicated by the "(CC 2014.1)" tag give you a deeper dive into these features.  Additionally, the "Using the Exercise Files" and "What version of Premiere Pro CC does this course cover?" movies will help you become fully acquainted with how this course is structured.

Q: How do I open the exercise files in Premiere Pro? I can't open any of the files in the Hot Glass or Creative Letterpress folders.

A: You have to open the project file (the .prproj). You will see the rest of the exercise file structure when you open the project in Premiere Pro. (The only folders you see at the operating system level—through the Finder or Windows Explorer—are the media folders, which the project file links to.)
You can double-click on the Hot Glass project file to load the project in Premiere Pro. Once that project opens, you will find the rest of the exercise files.
Exercise file directory for Premiere Pro CC Essential Training
Double-click on the Creative Letterpress project file to load the second project.
Exercise file directory 2 for Premiere Pro CC Essential Training
If you need further assistance, please watch the "Using the Exercise Files" movie.

Q: After loading a project from the exercise files for this course, the media appears "offline" and cannot be used. How do I fix this?

A: This issue occurs because the project was not created in your copy of Premiere Pro, so your copy does not know where to look for the asset files. To fix this, please see the video "Relinking offline media."

Q: Premiere Pro keeps saying, "Project contains a sequence that could not be opened. No sequence preview preset or codec could be associated with this sequence type." What do I do?

A:  Please read this post, which addresses this issue, and then try the suggestion in the order provided:

Skills covered in this course
Video Video Editing Premiere Pro

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