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The most comprehensive way to learn Adobe Premiere Pro!

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Overview

The most comprehensive way to learn Adobe Premiere Pro!

Classroom in a Book, the best-selling series of hands-on software training workbooks, helps you learn the features of Adobe software quickly and easily. Classroom in a Book offers what no other book or training program does--an official training series from Adobe Systems Incorporated, developed with the support of Adobe product experts.

Adobe Premiere 2.0 Classroom in a Book contains fourteen lessons and a bonus DVD with lesson files. The book covers the basics of learning Adobe Premiere Pro, and countless tips and techniques to help you become more productive with its new features, including new multicam editing tools, auto-creation of menu-based DVDs from the timeline, and Native HD, SD and HDV support, and more. You'll learn how to work with audio, create transitions and titles, manipulate subclips and virtual clips, and more. You can follow the book from start to finish or choose only those lessons that interest you.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780321385512
  • Publisher: Adobe Press
  • Publication date: 2/21/2006
  • Series: Classroom in a Book Series
  • Pages: 536
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.12 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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The Adobe Creative Team of designers, writers, and editors has extensive, real-world knowledge of Adobe products. They work closely with the Adobe product development teams and Adobe's Instructional Communications team to come up with creative, challenging, and visually appealing projects to help both new and experienced users get up to speed quickly on Adobe software products.
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Table of Contents

2006 Adobe Systems Incorporated and its licensors, published by Adobe Press and Peachpit Press, all rights reserved.

Chapter 1: Touring Premiere Pro Lesson overview Introduction Video editing: Then and now Premiere Pro ‹A nonlinear editor Enhancing the workflow with high-level features Incorporating the Adobe Creative Suite Production Studio into the workflow Touring the Premiere Pro workspace Customizing the workspace Review questions and answers

Chapter 2: Taking a Quick Run-through of Premiere Pro Lesson overview Introduction Placing clips on a sequence Arranging and trimming clips Adding a transition Applying a video effect Editing a Photoshop layered graphic Compositing graphics using a nested sequence Review questions and answers

Chapter 3: Shooting and Capturing Great Video Assets Lesson overview Introduction Twenty tips for shooting great video Capturing video Capturing an entire tape Using batch capture and scene detection Tackling manual analog movie capture Review questions and answers

Chapter 4: Selecting Settings, Adjusting Preferences and Managing Assets

Lesson overview Introduction Selecting project settings Adjusting user preferences Importing assets Image and graphics issues Managing media in the Project panel Working with assets in Adobe Bridge Review questions and answers

Chapter 5: Creating Cuts-only Videos Lesson overview Using a storyboard to build a rough cut Editing clips on the Timeline Moving clips to, from and within the Timeline Working with Source Monitor editing tools Adjusting clips in the Trim panel Using other editing tools Review questions and answers

Chapter 6: Adding Video Transitions Lesson overview Using transitions with restraint Trying some transitions Changing parameters in the Effect Controls panel Using the A/B mode to fine-tune a transition Review questions and answers

Chapter 7: Creating Dynamic Titles Lesson overview Strengthen your project with supers Changing text parameters Building text from scratch Putting text on a path Creating shapes Making text roll and crawl Deconstructing effects: Sheens, Strokes,
Shadows and Fill Review questions and answers

Chapter 8: Applying Specialized Editing Tools Lesson overview Using five timesaving editing tools Adding a TV news-style cutaway Using graphics with two transitions Switching a four-camera production Review questions and answers

Chapter 9: Adding Video Effects Lesson overview Sampling some basic video effects Manipulating keyframes and effect parameters Adding keyframe interpolation and velocity Review questions and answers

Chapter 10: Putting Clips in Motion Lesson overview Applying the Motion effect to clips Changing clip size and adding rotation Working with keyframe interpolation Putting pictures-in-a-picture Enhancing motion with shadows and beveled edges Other motion effects: Transform, Basic D, and Camera View Review questions and answers

Chapter 11: Acquiring and Editing Audio Lesson overview Selecting the right mic for the job Connecting mics to your camcorder or PC Setting up a basic voice-recording area Voicing professional narrations Premiere Pro‹A high-quality aural experience Examining audio characteristics Adjusting audio volume Adding J-cuts and L-cuts Review questions and answers

Chapter 12: Sweetening Your Sound and Mixing Audio Lesson overview Sweetening sound with audio effects Trying out stereo and surround sound effects Working with the Audio Mixer Outputting tracks to submixes Recording voice-overs Creating a surround sound mix Moving up to professional editing with Adobe Audition Review questions and answers

Chapter 13: Compositing Techniques Lesson overview Making compositing part of your projects Working with the Opacity effect Two multiple track video effects: Blend and Texturize Working with alpha channel transparencies Applying chroma, color and luminance keying effects Using matte keys Review questions and answers

Chapter 14: Enhancing Color, Editing Tips, & Shortcuts Lesson overview An overview of color-oriented effects Adjusting and enhancing color Using nested sequences Three quick editing techniques Recommended keyboard shortcuts Review questions and answers

Chapter 15: Project Management Lesson overview Project Menu overview Using the Project Manager Conducting a Clip Notes review High definition video and film features Review questions and answers

Chapter 16: Using Photoshop and After Effects to Enhance Your DV Project Lesson overview Introducing Photoshop CS Demonstrating some Photoshop CS basics Photoshop tips for DV productions Editing Encore DVD menus in Photoshop Introducing After Effects Trying out text animation with After Effects Using effects and Motion Tracker Review questions Review answers

Chapter 17: Exporting Frames, Clips and Sequences Lesson overview Export options Recording to videotape Exporting a single frame Creating standard movie, image sequence and audio files Using the Adobe Media Encoder Working with edit decision lists Exporting to DVD Review questions and answers

ADOBE PREMIERE PRO xi Classroom in a Book Authoring DVDs with Premiere Pro and Encore DVD Lesson overview Overview of DVD authoring in Premiere Pro Previewing Your DVD project Adding DVD markers to the Timeline Creating an auto-play DVD with markers Using DVD menu templates Authoring with Encore DVD Review questions and answers

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