- 20 Tips for Shooting Great Video
- Jun 16, 2009
- 20 tips for shooting great video, and four methods to transfer or capture your video to your workstation.
- Adding Transitions in Premiere
- Feb 28, 2003
- In this lesson, you'll create a short prelude to a television program about dreams, using transitions between clips, special effects, and precisely trimmed clips.
- Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book: Getting to Know Your Workspace
- Apr 14, 2010
- Get a brief tour of the Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS5 video-editing workspace and learn how to customize it so it works best for you.
- Applying Specialized Editing Tools in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
- Dec 11, 2010
- This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you how to use Rolling Edit, Slide, Slip, Lift and Extract to simplify certain tasks.
- Authoring DVDs with Adobe Encore CS5
- Dec 12, 2010
- This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you how to create professional-looking DVDs on your computer in minutes.
- Create a Custom Workspace in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2015 release)
- Jun 24, 2015
- Workspaces quickly configure the various panels and tools onscreen in ways that are helpful for particular activities, such as editing, special effects work, or audio mixing. Now in the 2015 release of Adobe Premiere Pro CC you can create custom workspaces. Maxim Jago shows you how in this excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2015 release).
- Creating Cuts-only Videos in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
- Dec 11, 2010
- This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you how to use the Trim panel, the Ripple Edit tool, and move clips on the Timeline using the Source Monitor or keyboard modifiers to build your cuts-only video.
- Editing a Dialogue Scene in Adobe Premiere Pro CC
- Feb 9, 2016
- This chapter from Learn Adobe Premiere Pro CC for Video Communication: Adobe Certified Associate Exam Preparation shows you how to create a rough cut, edit on the timeline, understand and edit coverage, edit audio transitions, create a title crawl, use adjustment layers and effects, and review and export files.
- Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
- Dec 12, 2010
- This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you all of your export options in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.
- How to Use the Project Panel In Premiere Pro 2.0
- Oct 27, 2006
- Travel to the center of the Premiere Pro universe with this guided tour of the Premiere Pro 2.0 Project panel. Over the course of this chapter, author Jacob Rosenberg gives you an overview of the Project panel's functions, features, and behaviors and offers a few organizational tips you can use to make video editing easier.
- Keying and Compositing Green Screen Footage in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
- Apr 13, 2012
- This excerpt explains how to convincingly insert a subject recorded in front of a green (or blue) background into a scene, thereby creating the illusion to the viewer that the subject is actually part of that scene.
- Managing Media in Adobe Premiere Pro CS4
- Oct 7, 2008
- The Adobe Creative Team demonstrates how to use the Project panel's folder-like systems to keep your many audio and video files, still images, and whatnot organized.
- Managing Your Projects in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
- Dec 11, 2010
- This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you how to use the Project Manager, a slick project-management tool that reduces a project’s storage size and consolidates the files associated with a project.
- Monitoring Footage in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
- Apr 12, 2012
- This excerpt covers ways of performing common tasks such as playing video clips, including a new browsing feature in Premiere Pro CS6 called hover scrub, and other key topics such as essential playback controls and customizing your monitors.
- Moving Images: Premiere's Image Pan Effect
- May 1, 2001
- by Antony Bolante, author of Premiere 6: Visual QuickStart Guide
- Organizing Media in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2014 release)
- Oct 21, 2014
- In this lesson from Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release), you’ll learn how to organize your clips using the Project panel, which is the heart of your project. You’ll create special folders, called bins, to divide your clips into categories. You’ll also learn about adding important metadata and labels to your clips.
- Organizing Media in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2015 release)
- Oct 22, 2015
- Once you have some video and sound assets in your project, you’ll begin looking through your footage and adding clips to a sequence. Before you do, it’s well worth spending a little time organizing the assets you have. Maxim Jago shows you how in this excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2015 release).
- Organizing Your Content in Adobe Premiere Elements 12
Adobe Creative Team
- Nov 21, 2013
- Fast and efficient movie production requires organization before and during the edit. When you’re working with content from multiple sources and dates, Adobe Organizer is a very powerful tool for categorizing content and quickly finding video, audio clips, and pictures to use in your projects.
- Polishing Your Skills: How to Make a Title Shine in Adobe Premiere 6.5
- Nov 25, 2002
- from Premiere 6.5 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide by Antony Bolante
- Professional Audio Techniques for Adobe Premiere Pro
- Feb 26, 2014
- This chapter will help you start to generate great audio in your program. Because you don’t always get to work with perfect audio, this chapter also features a section on how to fix common audio problems using Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Audition CC. From setting up your working environment to adjusting levels to adding effects, you’ll work with audio just like the pros do.