Join Jeff I. Greenberg for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Speed Changes.
- Generally the layout for this entire project is really straightforward. There's a sequence for every section. I've done the work in the first version of the clips. There's a second version for you to play with after. Let's take a look at the project itself. I happen to have the project here called Speed Changes, and that's the only thing you need to open up, but you do need to have the current version at the time of the recording, 2017 .01 the bug fix for the 2017 first release. Inside of the footage folder, you can see I have all the footage for the class.
When you open up the project, the project looks like this. I'm going to go ahead and hit the accent grave or the tilde key to go full screen on the project. Want you to see that inside the sequences bin is all the individual different sequences, and the footage bin is already broken down based on the footage. Again, you can feel free to play way beyond with what's on any individual sequence, but I'm going to open up 1.1 Fit to fill, and you can see I've done the very first version of that right here, and if I zoom out with the slash key, you can see I've got a second version of it for you to go ahead and practice on.
- Editing a four-point edit, fit to fill
- Changing clip speed and duration
- Changing the speed but not the duration
- Reversing speed
- Shifting pitch
- Exporting a still
- Optical flow
- Setting time interpolation
- Smoothing out variable speed changes
- Creating a reverse segment
- Building a sequence for HFR