Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Preferences, part of Premiere Pro CS6 Effects Workshop.
Everyone has their own preferences for non-linear editing systems like Premiere Pro. …We all have our own work flows, our own keyboard shortcuts, and our own little …details in the way we set the system up, that we find preferable. …I tend to use the default keyboard shortcuts, where possible because I'm …teaching so many different systems. But I encourage you to create your own …keyboard shortcuts as quickly as possible. …It's a fast way to build your familiarity with the system and it will make you …quicker if you can use the keyboard in place of the mouse.…
For the purposes of this training I'm going to be using a mouse but I'm also …going to be using a Wacom tablet and it's great to use a tablet, any kind of tablet …with a pen to work with things like advanced keyframes and Bezier curves and …so on. There's just a couple of preferences I'd …like to draw to your attention that are just my own preferred way of working in …Premiere Pro, and perhaps just to show you why things are going to work the way …
- Advanced keyframing
- Essential effects
- Adjusting color
- Adding transitions
- Working with time
- Creative effects
- Combined effect examples
- Sharing work with After Effects
Skill Level Intermediate
Premiere Pro: Documentary Editingwith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
1. Exploring Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Effects
2. Standard Controls
3. Essential Effects
4. Adjusting Color
5. Adding Transitions
6. Working with Time
7. Creative Effects
8. Combined Effect Examples
9. Sharing Work with After Effects
The Roto Brush tool7m 57s
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