Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating sequences, part of Premiere Pro CS6 for Avid and Final Cut Pro Editors.
There are easy and more complex ways of creating a new sequence in Premiere Pro. …I'm going to start by showing you the long way around and then I'm going to show you …the clever short cut. First of all, in the Project panel on the …bottom right, I've got this new Item button. …This is a standard button design in Adobe applications. …And if I click on this, I've got options like making a sequence which we're going to …look at now, an Adjustment layer, a title, basal tone, and so on. …So multiple items that you can create. You can get access to the same thing by …right-clicking inside or Ctrl clicking inside the Project panel and choosing New item.…
You get the same options here. I'm going to choose Sequence. …And this is going to give me the New Sequence dialog box. …And this is the same as the one you get when you first create a new project. …Even within this panel, there's an easier and a more complex way of working. …Let's say for example I'm working on a DSLR production, I'm going to choose this …
- Introducing Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
- Creating and managing projects
- Working with sequences
- Applying effects, color correction, and opacity
- Titles and metadata
- Integrating Premiere Pro with other applications
- Working with audio
- Outputting video
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Started with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
2. Creating and Managing Projects
3. Working with Sequences
4. Applying Effects, Color Correction, and Opacity
5. Titles and Metadata
6. Integrating Premiere Pro with Other Applications
7. Working with Audio
The Audio Mixer10m 35s
8. Outputting Video
Exporting to a file10m 32s
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