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Includes Web Edition with step-by-step video instruction and quizzes so learners can test themselves. The 18 project-based lessons in this book show users step-by-step the key techniques for working in Premiere Pro. Learn how to take a project from beginning to end, organize media, add audio, create transitions, produce titles and captions, and add effects.

Take your projects further by sweetening and mixing sound, compositing footage, adjusting color, using advanced editing techniques, managing projects, working with video for VR headsets, animating graphics and video, exporting, and much more.

The online companion files include all the necessary assets for readers to complete the projects featured in each chapter as well as ebook updates when Adobe releases relevant new features for Creative Cloud customers. All buyers of the book get full access to the Web Edition: a Web-based version of the complete ebook enhanced with video and multiple-choice quizzes. I would like to receive exclusive offers and hear about products from Adobe Press and its family of brands.

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You will be set for making very good money. Buy it.. One person found this helpful. It’s in great condition and it’s clear that the person who is selling actually cares about the material that they are selling! For a used book, it’s quite handy. Thank you! This is a great book for someone who is just starting to learn Adobe Premiere Pro. It goes into detail explaining the functionality and the interface of the system. Daughter needed this book for her college class and it was much cheaper here than her college bookstore.

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See all reviews. Understanding display color management 3. Following the color adjustment workflow 4. Using Comparison view 5. Matching colors 6. Exploring the color-adjustment effects 7. Fixing exposure problems 8. Correcting color offset 9.

Using special color effects Creating a distinctive look What is an alpha channel? Making compositing part of your project 4. Working with the Opacity effect 5. Adjusting alpha channel transparencies 6.

Color keying a greenscreen shot 7. Partially masking clips 8. Review questions 9. Exploring the Essential Graphics panel 3. Mastering video typography essentials 4. Creating new titles 5. Text styles 6. Working with shapes and logos 7.

Making a title roll 8. Working with motion graphics templates 9. Adding captions Understanding the media export options 3. Exporting single frames 4. Exporting a master copy 5. Working with Adobe Media Encoder 6. Uploading to social media 7. Exchanging with other editing applications 8. Final practice 9. Index Glossary Using the File menu 3. Using the Project Manager 4. Performing the final project management steps 5. Importing projects 6. Importing from projects with the Media Browser 7.

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Go to www. Sign in or create a new account. Click Submit. Note If you encounter problems registering your product or accessing the lesson files or web edition, go to www. Answer the questions as proof of purchase. The lesson files can be accessed through the Registered Products tab on your Account page. Click the Access Bonus Content link below the title of your product to proceed to the download page. Click the lesson file links to download them to your computer. Note If you purchased a digital product directly from www.

However, you still need to follow the registration steps and answer the proof of purchase question before the Access Bonus Content link will appear under the product on your Registered Products tab. There are project files for most of the lessons, and an Assets folder containing multiple media files. You will need to copy the entire Lessons folder to your hard drive before you can begin the lessons.

This will require about 7 GB of storage, so make sure you have sufficient free space on your storage device before beginning. See the Getting Started section at the beginning of this book for more detailed instructions. The video clips and other media files provided with this book are practice files, provided for your personal, educational use in these lessons only. You are not authorized to use these files commercially or to publish, share, or distribute them in any form without written permission from Adobe Systems, Inc.

Do not share videos created with these lesson files publicly. This includes, but is not limited to, distribution via social media or online video services including YouTube and Vimeo. You will find a complete copyright statement on the copyright page at the beginning of this book.

Acknowledgments Producing effective learning materials for such an advanced technology is a team effort. Friends, colleagues, fellow filmmakers, and technology experts have all contributed to this book.

As each draft lesson was completed, and with the helpful guidance of Laura Norman, the most amazing and highly experienced Victor Gavenda checked over the text to make sure it was ideally accessible for learners, and all references to the technology were reviewed by the remarkable media technology expert Jarle Leirpoll, who has an incredible depth of knowledge of Premiere Pro.

I tip my hat to Linda Laflamme for spotting typos we would otherwise have missed. Some of the content of this book is derived from material originally written by the world-renowned media trainer Richard Harrington.

It supports a broad range of video, audio, and image formats. Premiere Pro lets you work faster and more creatively without converting your media. The complete set of powerful and exclusive tools lets you overcome any editorial, production, and workflow challenges to deliver the high-quality work you demand. Importantly, Adobe has carefully developed a user experience that is intuitive, flexible, and efficient, with unified design elements that match across multiple applications, making it easier to explore and discover new workflows.

The lessons are designed so that you can learn at your own pace. This book also teaches many advanced features, including tips and techniques for using the latest version of this software. The lessons in this edition include opportunities for hands-on practice using features such as chromakeying, dynamic trimming, color correction, media management, audio and video effects, and audio mixing.

Premiere Pro is available for both Windows and macOS. You can view updated system requirements here: helpx. For example, you should know how to use the mouse and standard menus and commands and also how to open, save, and close files. If you need to review these techniques, see the documentation included with your Windows or macOS system.

For system requirements and complete instructions on installing the software, visit www. You can purchase Adobe Creative Cloud by visiting www. Follow the on-screen instructions. Adobe Media Encoder is installed automatically when you install Premiere Pro. These are all included with the full Adobe Creative Cloud license. A fast processor and a lot of memory will make your editing experience faster and more efficient.

This translates to a more fluid and enjoyable creative experience—that is, more creative flow. Premiere Pro takes advantage of multicore processors CPUs and multiprocessor systems.

The speed of the storage drives you use for video playback is also a factor. A dedicated fast storage drive is recommended for your media. Storing your media files and program files on the same hard drive can affect performance. Keep your media files on a separate disk, if possible, for speed and media management. GPU acceleration provides a significant performance improvement, and most video cards with at least 2 GB of dedicated memory will work.

You will find information about hardware and software requirements on the Adobe website at helpx. You will need about 7 GB of storage space for the lesson files. Right-click the folder called Lessons and choose Copy. Navigate to the location you have chosen to store your Premiere Pro projects, right-click, and choose Paste.

Because you are copying the files to a new location, you may need to update those links when you open projects for the first time. Note If media files were originally stored in multiple locations, you may need to search more than once to relink all the media for a project. If you open a project and Premiere Pro is unable to find a linked media file, the Link Media dialog box may open, inviting you to relink offline files. If this happens, select an offline clip on the list and click the Locate button.

A file browser panel will appear. Locate the Lessons folder using the navigator on the left and click Search. Premiere Pro will locate the media file inside the Lessons folder. To hide all other files, making it easy to select the correct one, select the option to display only exact name matches. The last known file path and file name and the currently selected file path and file name are displayed at the top of the panel for reference.

Select the file and click OK. Each lesson stands alone, but many build on previous lessons. For this reason, the best way to learn from this book is to proceed through the lessons one after another. The lessons teach you new skills in the order you might normally use them. The lessons begin with acquiring media files such as video, audio, and graphics; and they go on to creating a rough-cut sequence, adding effects, sweetening the audio, and ultimately exporting the project. As you explore the skills described in this book, you may find it helpful to review earlier lessons you have already completed and to practice the fundamental editing techniques regularly.

The advanced workflows build on fundamental principles introduced early on, and taking a few moments to recap earlier lessons makes it easier to discover the common principles that apply. Ultimately this practice makes you better at training yourself.

The focus of this book is on the technical skills editors use every day to produce film, television, and online videos. Taking time to try out different ways of achieving results can help to expand your artistic skills. As you learn new technical skills, watch videos created by experienced editors with a critical eye and see if you can identify the technical workflow they employed.

More often than not, the most impactful techniques are the simplest, once you know the workflow. Practice makes perfect! These include: Lesson files To work through the projects in this book, you will need to download the lesson files by following the instructions below. Web Edition The Web Edition is an online interactive version of the book providing an enhanced learning experience. Your Web Edition can be accessed from any device with a connection to the Internet, and it contains the following: The complete text of the book Hours of instructional video keyed to the text Interactive quizzes Accessing the lesson files and Web Edition You must register your purchase on adobepress.

Answer the question as proof of purchase. The lesson files can be accessed from the Registered Products tab on your Account page. Click the lesson file link s to download them to your computer. Click the Launch link to access the product. Note: If you purchased a digital product directly from www.

Only the commands and options used in the lessons are explained in this book. For comprehensive information about program features and tutorials, refer to the following resources, which you can reach by choosing commands from the Help menu.

Adobe Premiere Pro Learn and Support: helpx. You can also access tutorials from the Home screen by clicking Learn. A different set of tutorials is provided inside Premiere Pro on the Learn panel. Premiere Pro blog: theblog. Creative Cloud tutorials: For inspiration, key techniques, cross-product workflows, and updates on new features, go to the Creative Cloud tutorials page, helpx. Adobe Forums: Tap into peer-to-peer discussions, questions, and answers on Adobe products at forums.

Visit the Premiere Pro forum at forums. Adobe Create: The online magazine Create offers thoughtful articles on design and design issues, a gallery showcasing the work of top-notch designers, tutorials, and more.

Check it out at create. Resources for educators: adobe. Find solutions for education at all levels, including free curricula that use an integrated approach to teaching Adobe software and that can be used to prepare for the Adobe Certified Associate exams. Also, check out these useful sites: Adobe Exchange: www. Adobe Premiere Pro product home page: adobe. A directory of AATCs is available at learning. Understand the standard digital video workflow. Enhance the workflow with high-level features.

Check out the workspaces. Customize workspaces. Set keyboard shortcuts. This lesson will take about 60 minutes to complete. To get the lesson files used in this chapter, download them from the web page for this book at www. Store the files on your computer in a convenient location.

Adobe Premiere Pro is a video-editing system that supports the latest technology and cameras with powerful tools that are intuitive to use and that integrate perfectly with almost every video acquisition source. Despite rapid change in camera systems and the distribution landscape, particularly with the development of highly influential social media, the goal of video editing is the same: You want to take your source footage and shape it, guided by your original vision, so that you can effectively communicate with your audience.

Like a word processing application, Premiere Pro lets you place, replace, and move video, audio, and images anywhere you want in your final edited work. You can edit any part of the sequence in any order and then change the contents or move clips so that they play earlier or later.

You can blend layers of video together, change the image size, adjust the colors, add special effects, adjust the audio mix, and more. You can combine multiple sequences and jump to any moment in a video clip or sequence without needing to fast-forward or rewind. Note The word clip comes from the days of celluloid film editing, where a section of film would be clipped to separate it from a reel.

Each stage requires a particular kind of attention and different tools. Also, some projects call for more time spent on one stage than another. Whether you skip through some stages with a quick mental check or spend hours even days! Acquire your media: This can mean recording original footage, creating new animated content, selecting stock media, or gathering a variety of assets for a project.

Ingest the video to your editing storage: With file-based media, Premiere Pro can read the media files directly, usually with no need for conversion. With tape-based formats, Premiere Pro with the appropriate hardware can convert the video into digital files. For video editing, use fast storage for smooth playback. Organize your clips: Your project may have a lot of video content to choose from.

Invest the time to organize clips into special folders called bins in your project. You can add color labels and other metadata metadata is additional information about the clips to help keep things organized. Create a sequence: Selectively combine the parts of the video and audio clips you want into one or more sequences.

Add transitions: Place special transition effects between clips, add video effects, and create composite visuals by placing clips on multiple layers called tracks in the Timeline panel. Create or import titles, graphics, and captions: Add them to your sequence along with your video clips. Adjust the audio mix: Adjust the volume of your audio clips to get the mix just right, and use transitions and effects on your audio clips to improve the sound.

Output: Export your finished project to a file or videotape. Premiere Pro supports each of these steps with industry-leading tools. A large community of creative and technical professionals is waiting to share their experience and support your development as an editor.

Enhancing the workflow with Premiere Pro Premiere Pro has easy-to-use tools for video editing. It also has advanced tools for manipulating, adjusting, and fine-tuning your projects. See all details. Next page. Frequently bought together. Total price:.

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