Exporting and re-importing stills


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Exporting and re-importing stills

Now a lot of times, when you're working on a program, you'll need to get a still image from your video, and it's extremely easy to do in Adobe Premiere Pro. And you can export an image either from your Source panel as long as an image is loaded in, or from your Program panel. Now, the Source panel is the original footage, so it's probably not modified at all, but a nice thing about exporting from the Program panel is if I've created some sort of layered file with maybe a logo or a bug or a composite of some sort, I can export that image out also.

In this case, it's six of one, one half dozen of the other, they are both the light bulb, pretty easy to do. I am going to simply go over to the timeline. I am going to scrub over to the frame that I wanted. It's right when the light bulb kind of glows. That's a little too blown out. I want to actually see a little detail there. That's kind of cool. So that's the frame I want to export. Now don't blink, ...

Exporting and re-importing stills
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Exporting and re-importing stills provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Abba Shapiro as part of the Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Pro
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