Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a sequence, part of Up and Running with Premiere Pro CS6.
When you create a new project, the first thing Premiere Pro shows you is this new …Sequence dialog. And it's showing you this mainly to …prevent support calls. Because people were phoning up Adobe, and …saying, I don't know what I'm supposed to do. …Where do I put my clips? And the answer is, you put your clips in …a sequence. So to reduce the number of calls Adobe …had this panel come up when you first start the project. …You can have as many sequences as you like in a project. …And it's important to know that it's your sequence settings that define the way …your video and audio will play back in your finished edited project.…
Or in your finished edited movie. If, for example, you tell your sequence …to have a 29.97 frames per second, that's 29.97 pictures per second. …Playback, then no matter what video clips you put into your sequence, Premiere Pro …will conform them. That means it will adjust them, it will …adapt them, to make sure that they play back at that frame rate. …So the duration will be the same, but Premiere Pro will take away or add frames …
- 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
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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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