Adobe Premiere Pro 2 Bible / Edition 1by Adele Droblas, Seth Greenberg
Pub. Date: 01/31/2006
Whether you're a beginning video editor or a professional producer, now you can master the world's leading digital video software application. In this comprehensive guide to the latest release of Adobe Premiere Pro, it's all here - the basics of capturing, editing, and outputting digital video, as well as advanced techniques for professionally integrating music,… See more details below
Whether you're a beginning video editor or a professional producer, now you can master the world's leading digital video software application. In this comprehensive guide to the latest release of Adobe Premiere Pro, it's all here - the basics of capturing, editing, and outputting digital video, as well as advanced techniques for professionally integrating music, narration, and special effects. Full of step-by-step instructions, tips, and tricks of the trade, this definitive reference belongs on your desktop or in your editing suite.
Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Adobe Premiere Pro 2
- Build a video project clip by clip in the Timeline
- Mix sound while viewing video with the Audio Mixer
- Punch up your video production with Adobe(r) After Effects(r) and your audio with Adobe Audition(r)
- Create precision edits using the Source, Program, and Trim Monitors
- Create rolling, scrolling, or drop-shadow titles
- Integrate Illustrator(r), Photoshop(r), and other files
- Create interactive DVDs using Premiere Pro's new DVD templates or Adobe(r) Encore DVD
- Export video to DVD, the Web, CD, and videotape
- Edit multi-camera shoots using the Multi-Camera Monitor
Table of Contents
Part I: Getting Started with Premiere Pro.
Chapter 1: Premiere Pro Quick Start.
Chapter 2: Premiere Pro Basics.
Chapter 3: Customizing Premiere Pro.
Chapter 4: Working with Project Settings.
Chapter 5: Capturing Video and Audio.
Part II: Editing with Premiere Pro.
Chapter 6: The Timeline, Sequences, and Clip Management.
Chapter 7: Basic Editing with the Source Monitor and Timeline Panels.
Chapter 8: Editing Audio.
Chapter 9: Mixing and Creating Effects with the Audio Mixer.
Chapter 10: Creating Transitions.
Part III: Working with Type and Graphics.
Chapter 11: Creating Titles and Graphics with Premiere Pro’s Title Designer.
Chapter 12: Creating Type and Graphic Effects.
Part IV: Advanced Techniques and Special Effects.
Chapter 13: Using Clip commands Advanced Editing Techniques.
Chapter 14: Using Video Effects.
Chapter 15: Superimposing.
Chapter 16: Using Color Mattes and Backdrops.
Chapter 17: Creating Motion Effects in Premiere Pro.
Chapter 18: Enhancing Video.
Part V: Outputting Digital Video from Premiere Pro.
Chapter 19: Exporting to DVD, MPEG, AVI, and QuickTime.
Chapter 20: Outputting to the Web and Intranets.
Chapter 21: Exporting Video to the Web.
Chapter 22: Exporting to Videotape.
Chapter 23: Outputting to CD-ROM, Macromedia Flash, and Macromedia Director.
Part VI: Premiere Pro and Beyond.
Chapter 24: Editing Audio with Adobe Audition.
Chapter 25: Using Adobe Encore to Create DVDs.
Chapter 26: Customizing DVD Screens and Navigation in Adobe Encore DVD.
Chapter 27: Trimming Clips in After Effects.
Chapter 28: The Photoshop Connection.
Chapter 29: Using Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Illustrator.
Chapter 30:Working with Masks in Adobe After Effects.
Chapter 31: Adding Special Effects in Adobe After Effects.
Part VII: Appendixes.
Appendix A: What’s on the DVD.
Appendix B: Places to Visit on the Web.
Appendix C: The Digital Video Recording Studio.
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