Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Overview of the Project panel, part of Learning Premiere Pro CS6.
The Project panel is the heart of your project. …It's the place where you're going to store all of your clips, which you may or …may not choose to use in a sequence. So it's not necessarily the case that …every single thing you import is going to be used. …But you need some way of browsing and taking a look at the content you have. …And deciding what you want and what you don't want. …So, I'm just going to resize a little bit here so you can see slightly better …what's going on with this panel. First of all, you'll notice that we're in …kind of a text view here. We've got icons for each of the different …kinds of asset in our project. We've got label colors and if I drag over …in this navigator you can see, I've got lot's of information about these items.…
Which is pretty useful and a lot of this is editable, you can click here and see …numbers and so on. It doesn't look like it's editable, but …it is. In the bottom left, I've got the option …to switch between this list view and an icon view. …
- Get editing quickly with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
- Creating a new project or sequence
- Importing media
- Editing essentials
- Making changes
- Working with transitions
- Editing and mixing audio
- Adding video special effects
- Creating dynamic titles
- Exporting frames, clips, and sequences
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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1. Getting Started with Premiere Pro CS6
2. Premiere Pro Projects
3. Importing Media
4. Editing Essentials
5. Making Changes
6. Working with Transitions
7. Editing and Mixing Audio
8. Adding Video Special Effects
9. Creating Dynamic Titles
10. Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences
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