Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Dynamic Link and the Adobe Workflow.
If your Lynda.com membership includes it, you'll find a collection of exercise files for this course. You're going to want to down load the entire folder, and put it onto your computer. Inside the folders, you'll locate both CS6 and creative cloud versions of the project files. Be sure to open the one that best matches the software that you have installed. The media is all in one folder. And depending upon how your hard drive is configured You may need to take advantage of some relinking. This is a pretty straight forward process. And you'll find extensive coverage in the lynda.com online library on how to use the Media Manager for each respective app.
All in all the process is pretty simple and the application will prompt you to locate the file. You'll notice that all of these files are inside of what we call the Common Media folder Which is a concept we'll be discussing later in this course. Everything is one place so it should be pretty easy to re-link the assets and get the project files up and running. I do ask when you're done with these exercise files, please discard them. None of footage can be used for any professional projects, or personal projects, outside of the exercise and learning for this course.
This is a collection of my personal files, as well as files shared by some of my clients, that I'm sharing with you for educational purposes only. I hope that it's helpful and if you don't have access to these files, feel free to use some of your own files or a recent project and try the same techniques out.
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- What is Adobe Dynamic Link?
- Creating and importing After Effects compositions
- Using Render and Replace
- Editing clips and sequences in Audition
- Creating and importing Photoshop files
- Editing Premiere Pro footage in Photoshop
- Sending clips and metadata from Prelude to Premiere Pro
- Working with slow motion
- Creating merged clips and subclips