Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Premiere Rush First Look.
- [Instructor] If you have access to them, then you can download the exercise files associated with this course. And they'll arrive with you as a .zip file, which you'll need to expand. Once you've expanded that, what you need to do in order to make the files inside available on your devices and on your desktop is to go to your Creative Cloud folder and drop them in there. And you might like to give it a slightly different name, something that's memorable for you.
Remember, it doesn't really matter if you're using the same files, because there's no predicted results from this, really it's just a range of techniques. But if you do want to play with the files that are in there, and play along with me, then of course that's equally fine, too.
In this course, learn how to get started with Premiere Rush. Tony Harmer explains how to create your first Premiere Rush project, showing how to work with the timeline and project panel, add media and background audio tracks, and record a voice-over. He also highlights some more advanced features, including how to adjust and scale footage, trim clips, and create custom looks.
- Setting Premiere Rush preferences
- Creating a favorite
- Creating a new sequence
- Adding other media
- Adding a background audio track
- Recording a voice-over
- Using the Razor tool
- Audio transitions
- Exporting media
Skill Level Beginner
Introduction to Video Dialogue Editingwith Ashley Kennedy3h 14m Intermediate
Learning Video Production and Editingwith Rob Garrott19m 25s Beginner
The History of Film and Video Editingwith Ashley Kennedy2h 10m Intermediate
1. Starting a Premiere Rush Project
3. Titles and Transitions
4. More Advanced Features
Exporting media2m 58s
Connect with the author1m 39s
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