Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Important preferences, part of Premiere Pro CS6 for Avid and Final Cut Pro Editors.
Premiere Pro CS6, actually has four kinds of preference, four kinds of settings and …they're grouped pretty logically. First of all, if I go to the Project …menu, you'll see I have a Project Settings subcategory, and here I can go …into General and Scratch Discs. And this should look pretty familiar if …you've created a project already. And one difference is you'll notice that …down here, I've got action and title safe areas. …So, if you are working with safe title and action areas which it depends on what …you're producing. If you're producing stuff for the net, …not so much. If you're producing things for news good …luck to you. You've got a lot of different safe action …and title areas to deal with. But you can specify what they are in here.…
And then, if you go to this Spanner menu, it's actually a menu in either of the …monitors, in the Source Monitor or Program Monitor. …You'll notice there are several different display options and one of them is Safe …Margins, you can turn those off and on. You'll notice that under the Project …
- 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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