Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Staying organized, part of Premiere Pro CS6 for Avid and Final Cut Pro Editors.
Given that's it's so easy to import files into Premiere Pro, I obviously can get …very very complicated in the Project panel. …Here you see I've got a whole bunch of clips. …And this is a relatively small project. If you're working on a project with three …or four or 500 clips, it can get a bit overwhelming. …Of course when you import, you do have the option, if I just press Ctrl or Cmd+I …here, of selecting a folder on the hard drive and choosing to import that folder. …That'll input the contents of the folder as a bin. …But what do you do once you've got a whole bunch of items here, just floating around? …Well of course, the obvious option is to make another bin.…
And if you look at the very bottom of the Project panel, there's a new bin button here. …And there is a keyboard shortcut for this, it's Ctrl + Forward Slash, or Cmd + …Forward Slash. We're going to click on the button, this is …going to make a New Bin. And let's call this Double Identity. …I've got some media from a Double Identity film here. …
- 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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