Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a new project, part of Learning Premiere Pro CS6.
When you first start up Adobe Premiere Pro, this is what you're going to see. …The option to make a new project, open an existing project or get some help and, of …course, you can always exit. There's a recent projects list here …that's going to be blank if this is the first time you've started up Premiere Pro …and once you've got some things on the list, you just click on it. …It takes you into that project. Let's click on New Project and take a …look at the settings. It has to be said that when you're using …Premiere Pro, most of the time you're not going to use any of the settings on …either of these two tabs. Mostly, you're just going to Choose a …location for your New Project file and give it a name.…
Now, the Project file stores your creative decisions. …The order in which you've put your media, any titles that you've created, that kind …of stuff. It doesn't actually contain any media. …It just creates links to your media, so it's a pretty small file. …Running down the list of options here, we've got our renderer. …
- Get editing quickly with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
- Creating a new project or sequence
- Importing media
- Editing essentials
- Making changes
- Working with transitions
- Editing and mixing audio
- Adding video special effects
- Creating dynamic titles
- Exporting frames, clips, and sequences
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1. Getting Started with Premiere Pro CS6
2. Premiere Pro Projects
3. Importing Media
4. Editing Essentials
5. Making Changes
6. Working with Transitions
7. Editing and Mixing Audio
8. Adding Video Special Effects
9. Creating Dynamic Titles
10. Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences
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