Learn the best way to get a variety of tape-less video formats into Premiere and then make them all work together flawlessly along the Premiere Pro timeline.
Franklin McMahon goes over some preflight tips for your Premiere projects, including backing up, trimming out unneeded material, sending screenshots, normalizing audio and ftp upload.
There is some new functionality in Premiere CS5 when it comes to inputting and outputting your clips.
The video goes through some of the changes to the Premiere Pro interface.
Premiere will now work with various tapeless video formats, including videos footage from a dslr camera, and allow editors to work with the footage directly in Premiere.
Premiere Pro CS5 can easily import and export files from other editing software, allowing for more collaboration between video editors.
The GPU feature in Premiere Pro CS5 will work with a specific set of graphics cards that will take the processing load from the CPU and transfer it to the GPU.
Practice adding animation to a video clip, adjusting position and scale, and do some experimenting with blend modes.
We all want to work better and faster. Learn how to customize your interaction with Premiere Pro using panels, workspaces, and keyboard shortcuts.
There are always cool ways to alter whichever transitions you are working with in Premiere Pro CS4.
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