Premiere Pro CS3 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickPro Guide

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Here to get filmmakers and digital video pros up to speed on Premiere Pro CS3 - in time to meet their next deadline -is everyone's favorite task-based guide, but geared toward more advanced users. Through step-by-step instructions, enhanced by tips, sidebars, and plenty of visual aids, veteran video editor Antony Bolante shows you how to effectively and efficiently work with audio, create transitions and titles, manipulate subclips and virtual clips, and more. you'll learn about key features with real-world ...
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Overview

Here to get filmmakers and digital video pros up to speed on Premiere Pro CS3 - in time to meet their next deadline -is everyone's favorite task-based guide, but geared toward more advanced users. Through step-by-step instructions, enhanced by tips, sidebars, and plenty of visual aids, veteran video editor Antony Bolante shows you how to effectively and efficiently work with audio, create transitions and titles, manipulate subclips and virtual clips, and more. you'll learn about key features with real-world examples of how and when features should be used, including all that's new in Premiere Pro CS3: the ability to build Blu-ray Disc, DVD, and Flash projects with Adobe Encore CS3 (now included with Premiere Pro CS3); Adobe OnLocation CS3, which lets on-the-road users record footage directly to their computer disk--removing the need to capture video to tape later. You will enjoy learning to create slow-motion effects with Time Remapping, and will get up to speed on Premiere's new editing tools.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780321526359
  • Publisher: Peachpit Press
  • Publication date: 12/18/2007
  • Series: Visual QuickPro Series
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 7.02 (w) x 9.16 (h) x 0.89 (d)

Meet the Author

Antony Bolante freelances in video post-production and technical writing. He has taught video editing to graduate and undergraduate students using Avid, Media 100, and of course, After Effects. He is a contributor to the Adobe Certified Expert exam as well as the Premiere Pro User Guide and Help system. He is also the author of the previous edition of this guide and After Effects 7.0 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickPro Guide.
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Table of Contents


Introduction: Premiere Pro CS3: Good Chemistry     xi
The Visual QuickPro Series     xii
Using This Book     xii
How Premiere Pro CS3 Works     xiii
Editing Strategy: Offline and Online Editing     xiv
DV and Premiere Pro CS3     xvi
Your Desktop Editing Suite     xvi
Workflow     xviii
New Features     xix
The Digital Video Collection     xx
System Requirements     xxi
Professional System Additions     xxii
System Configurations     xxiii
Premiere Pro CS3 Basics     1
Looking at the Interface     2
Arranging the Workspace     10
Customizing the Workspace     11
Optimizing Your Workflow     15
Starting a Project     17
Starting a Project     18
Specifying Project Settings     20
Choosing a Project Preset     21
Saving Projects     23
Opening Projects     25
Locating Missing and Offline Files     27
Capturing & Importing Footage     31
Understanding Capture     32
Capturing DV or HDV vs. Digitizing Analog     33
Understanding Capture Options     35
Using the Capture Panel     36
Choosing Capture Settings     38
Choosing a Capture Location     40
Using Device Control     41
Using Playback Controls in the Capture Panel     44
Capturing Audio and Video     46
Importing Files     58
Importing Layered Photoshop Files     60
Importing Still-Image Sequences     64
Importing Projects     65
Importing with Adobe Bridge CS3     67
Creating a Photoshop File     70
Generating Synthetic Media     71
Managing Clips     75
Working with the Project Panel     76
Working with Project Panel Views     77
Working with Icon View     79
Working with List View     80
Selecting Items in the Project Panel     83
Using the Preview Area of the Project Panel     84
Organizing Clips in Bins     86
Creating Copies of Source Clips     88
Finding Clips     90
Interpreting Footage     92
Unlinking and Relinking Media     94
Using the Project Manager     96
Viewing Clips in the Monitor Panels     99
Using the Monitor Panels     100
Using the Source Monitor     102
Opening Audio Clips     104
Using Playback Controls     106
Cuing Clips Numerically     108
Using a Monitors Time Ruler Controls     109
Viewing Video Safe Zones     111
Choosing a Quality Setting     112
Changing the Magnification     113
Choosing a Display Mode     114
Setting Waveform and Vectorscope Display Options     116
Using a Reference Monitor     117
Ganging the Source and Program Monitors     118
Creating a Sequence     119
Comparing Editing Methods     120
Setting In and Out Points     123
Setting Precise Audio In and Out Points     125
Creating Subclips     126
Setting Clip Markers     129
Cuing to and Clearing Clip Markers     133
Specifying Source and Target Tracks     134
Comparing Overlay and Insert Edits     135
Adding Clips by Dragging     136
Editing with Monitor Panel Controls     139
Three-Point Editing     140
Four-Point Editing     142
Performing an Edit Using Monitor Controls     143
Lift and Extract     148
Storyboard Editing     152
Using Multiple Sequences     155
Nesting Sequences     157
Editing Multiple-Camera Footage     160
Editing in the Timeline     169
Customizing the Time Ruler     170
Customizing Track Views     172
Adding, Deleting, and Renaming Tracks     174
Monitoring Tracks     176
Locking and Unlocking Tracks     177
Getting Around the Timeline     178
Playing the Sequence in the Timeline     179
Cuing to Edits     181
Using Sequence Markers     182
Selecting Clips in the Timeline     184
Grouping Clips     186
Deleting Clips and Gaps from the Timeline     187
Enabling and Disabling Clips     188
Splitting Clips     189
Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Clips     191
Playing Clips at a Different Speed or in Reverse     192
Creating a Freeze Frame     195
Refining the Sequence     197
Using the Snapping Feature     198
Editing by Dragging     200
Choosing a Trimming Method      205
Trimming Clips in the Timeline     206
Making Slip and Slide Edits     209
Using the Trim Panel     211
Working with Links     217
Breaking and Creating Links     219
Keeping Sync     220
Finding Source Clips and Matching Frames     221
Adding Transitions     223
The Effects Panel     224
Understanding Transitions     225
Understanding Transition Duration and Alignment     226
Setting the Default Transition     227
Applying a Transition     228
Using the Effect Controls Panel with Transitions     229
Adjusting a Transition's Duration and Alignment     231
Customizing Transition Settings     234
Previewing a Sequence     237
Using Real-Time Rendering     238
Viewing a Sequence via a DV Device     239
Rendering the Work Area     241
Storing Preview Files     243
Mixing Audio     245
Planning an Audio Mix     246
Specifying Audio Hardware Options     248
Converting Mono and Stereo Clips     250
Adjusting a Clip's Gain     251
Creating Cross-Fades with Audio Transitions     252
Viewing Audio Data in the Timeline     253
Using the Audio Mixer     255
Monitoring Tracks in the Audio Mixer     257
Recording with the Audio Mixer     258
Mixing 5.1 Audio     260
Selecting an Automation Mode     262
Routing Track Output     264
Working with Sends     265
Adding Track Effects     268
Specifying Audio Keyframe Optimization     272
Mixing with the Audio Mixer     273
Creating Titles     277
The Titler     278
Using Title Templates     280
Viewing the Video Safe Zones     281
Viewing the Video in the Background     282
Adjusting Values     283
Creating Text Objects     284
Creating Path Text     287
Selecting Text     288
Setting Text Properties     289
Using Styles     291
Creating Rolls and Crawls     292
Creating and Using Shape Objects     294
Setting Fill Options     295
Setting Stroke Options     296
Adding Drop Shadows     299
Transforming Objects      300
Positioning Objects Automatically     301
Arranging Objects     302
Aligning Objects     303
Distributing Objects     304
Using Effects     305
Summarizing the Chapter     306
Comparing Effect Types     307
Setting and Animating Effect Properties     309
Viewing Effect Properties     311
Viewing Properties in the Timeline Panel     315
Viewing Properties in the Effect Controls Panel     317
Viewing Motion Effects     320
Viewing and Setting Spatial Properties     322
Adding Standard Effects     326
Disabling and Resetting Effects     328
Using Multiple Effects     330
Changing Property Values in the Timeline     332
Animating Opacity and Volume     334
Animating with the Effect Controls Panel     337
Editing Keyframes in the Effect Controls Panel     340
Working with Time Remapping     344
Using Keyframing with Time Remapping     346
Working with Effect Presets     349
Advanced Effects     353
Superimposing Images     354
Using Keying Filters     357
Using Chrominance-Based Keys     361
Using Matte-Based Keys     365
Using Garbage Mattes     370
Creating Output     371
Considering Output Goals     372
DVD Export     374
Exporting to Tape     378
Exporting a Movie File     381
Exporting Still-Image Sequences     383
Exporting Audio-Only Files     386
Using the Adobe Media Encoder     388
Exporting with Clip Notes     395
Index     403
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