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Applying Specialized Editing Tools in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5

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Getting started

In this lesson, you’ll try three specialized editing tools—Rolling Edit, Slide, and Slip—and two Program Monitor buttons, Lift and Extract. All of these can simplify certain tasks. Using the Track Select tool, you’ll move entire Timelines or portions of Timelines with ease.

You’ll also explore some new ways to move and replace clips on the Timeline and learn how to create subclips from long clips to help organize your project.

Then you’ll dive into multicamera editing. If you ever have a multicamera video shoot—in which multiple cameras capture a single event simultaneously—this feature will save you a lot of time switching between camera angles during the editing process.

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