In this 29-tutorial course, editor and educator Michael Wohl shows you all the ins-and-outs to editing your video in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.
Your clips have been imported and organized... now it's edit time. In this course, expert editor Michael Wohl shows you how to get started. You'll first learn how to view, size and play your clips. Then you'll see how to speed up your workflow flow by customizing Premiere's Keyboard and Transport controls so your hands stay on the keyboard as much as possible. Next up is a look at Markers where you'll learn how to place, edit and move them around on the timeline.
With the basic Premiere tools under your belt, MIchael takes you through the nonlinear editing process. You'll see how and why to use different techniques from simple overwrites to more complex 4-point fit-to-fill edits. You'll also learn how to find, navigate and modify sequences.
Finally, Michael puts it all together with a look at Premiere Pro's Sequence interface where he shows you the Markers Panel, the Timeline Header Controls and how to customize the program monitor to suit your editing style.
By the end of this 29-tutorial course you'll know how to edit your content in an environment that works for you and, at the same time, speed up your production workflow, the Premiere Pro way!
Table of Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Viewing Clips 3. Playback Size and Resolution 4. Play In to Out 5. More Playback Options 6. Customizing the Keyboard 7. Hiding Transport Buttons 8. Adding Markers 9. Editing Markers 10. Finding, Moving, and Deleting Markers 11. Creating a New Sequence 12. Overwrite Editing 13. Insert Editing 14. Video-Only or Audio-Only Edits 15. Timeline Track Targeting 16. Dragging to Tracks 17. 3-Point Editing 18. 4-Point Editing (Fit to Fill) 19. Navigating in the Sequence 20. Zooming in the Timeline 21. Navigating to Gaps 22. Delete Vs. Ripple Delete 23. Lift and Extract 24. Moving Clips and Snapping 25. Adding Edits to Clips 26. Sequence Markers 27. The Markers Panel 28. Timeline Header Controls 29. Customizing the Program Monitor