Use a Workflow to Cut and Edit Video in Adobe Premiere Pro


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Locating and working with different versions of a clip using Match Frame

In this movie we are going talk about something called match framing, but before we get into that I want to explain a very important concept for you to get your head wrapped around when it comes to editing in any non-linear editing systems such as Adobe Premiere Pro. And that is when you take a clip and you load it from the Project panel into the Source Monitor and then mark an in and an out point and bring it into your timeline, Premiere Pro actually makes a new pointer or reference to the original media.

So this clip in the timeline, though it has the same name as this clip in my Project panel, they are related but only by blood. They are kind of like two sons from the same parent. So for instance, if I go to this clip here, and I choose to make it longer or shorter, it never affects the clip that's in my Project panel and vice-versa. For instance, in an earlier movie we took the clip that was in the timeline, we double-clicked it to load it back in the viewer--and I am going to g...

Locating and working with different versions of a clip using Match Frame
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Locating and working with different versions of a clip using Match Frame 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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