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Overview

Demonstrating the most efficient and effective ways of using Premiere, this book goes far beyond the basics of simply operating the software. Readers develop a working knowledge of the application with lessons and tutorials that cover every essential method and technique, including importing, exporting, effects, transitions, system requirements, and interactions with other Adobe applications. The companion CDROM enables the user to view and practice the edit of an entire sequence, from storyboarding through the final render.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781578202287
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 12/10/2003
  • Series: DV Expert Series
  • Edition description: DVD ROM Included/Novice to Intermediate
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 7.36 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Meet the Author

is an Adobe-certified Instructor and Certified Expert and a Macromedia Certified Developer with over 15 years of experience in teaching media software. Marcus is a columnist in "Layers Magazine," author of several books and regular conference presenter at MacWorld, NAB Post Production Conference, among others.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements iv
Introduction xi
What Is Premiere Pro? xi
How Do You Use Premiere? xii
What Does an Editor Do? xii
Who Uses Premiere? xiii
Why Premiere? xiii
How to Get Started xiv
Chapter 1 System Setup 1
PC Requirements 3
Making the Connection 6
Installing Premiere Pro 7
Sample Configurations 7
Basic DV System 7
Advanced DV System 7
Professional DV/D1 System 9
Wrapping Up 9
Chapter 2 Starting a Project 11
You Don't Import Footage; You Link to It 11
Sequences 13
Creating a New Project 14
Customizing 18
If you're not making a video for a standard television 18
Custom Settings 19
Scale clips to project dimensions when adding to sequence 22
24fps (video that looks like film) 22
Interface 25
Saving 30
Undo 31
Wrapping up 31
Chapter 3 Capturing and Importing 33
Import or Capture? 33
Precapture Project Setup 34
Bins (a.k.a. folders) 34
Importing 36
Preparing still images for import 38
Importing still images 42
Capturing 45
Device control 45
Logging 45
Batch capturing 54
Manual capturing 56
What can go wrong? 56
Recapturing 57
Capturing audio 58
Project Manager 59
Wrapping up 60
Chapter 4 Building a Rough Cut 61
Using the Monitor Window to Assemble a Sequence 61
Three-Point Editing 68
Overlay 70
Source: in and out points, Program: in point 71
Source: in and out points, Program: out point 72
Source: in point, Program: in and out points 73
Source: out point, Program: in and out points 74
Insert 77
Removing Frames from the Sequence 79
Closing Gaps 80
Deleting an entire clip from the Timeline 81
Replacing parts of the sequence with new footage 81
Zooming in the Timeline 81
Four-point editing 83
Speed Tips for Three-Point Editing 83
Loading multiple clips into the source monitor 83
J, K, and L keys 85
Memorize these shortcuts 88
Inserting and overlaying by dragging from the source monitor 90
Using the Timeline Current Time Indicator as an in point 91
Creating subclips 91
Loading a clip from the Timeline to the Source Monitor 92
Automating to the sequence 93
Wrapping up 95
Chapter 5 Trimming 97
Handles 97
Trim Tools 101
Selection tool 101
Ripple Edit tool 105
Rolling Edit tool 110
Slide tool 113
Slip tool 115
Trim Window 119
Tracks 122
Additional Editing Tools 123
Rate Stretch tool 123
Razor tool 124
Track Select tool 125
Snap tool 126
Viewing clips in the Timeline 126
Opening Timeline clips in the Source Monitor 128
Markers 128
Go to 131
Info palette 132
Wrapping up 132
Chapter 6 Effects and Transitions 133
Applying an Effect 134
Effects window 136
Removing effects 137
Copy/pasting 138
Adjusting Properties Globally 139
Program Monitor controls 141
Effect stacking order 143
Animating Properties 144
Keyframing 144
Adjusting keyframes in the timeline 153
Nesting 156
Transition Effects 159
Gradient Wipe 162
Saving Effect Presets 163
Learning to Use the Effects 166
Generating Previews 166
Wrapping up 169
Chapter 7 Compositing 171
Creating Alpha Channels 172
Photoshop alpha channels 172
After Effects and Illustrator and Photoshop revisited 184
Compositing the alpha channel image in Premiere 185
Adjusting Opacity in Premiere 187
Creating Opacity with a Keying Effect 188
Wrapping up 192
Chapter 8 Color Correction 193
Color Correction Environment 194
Calibrating Broadcast Monitors 195
Video Scopes 196
Neutralizing Windows XP 200
Color Correction Goals 200
Four Stages of Color Correction 201
Analyze Footage by Asking the Following Questions 201
Color Correction Workspaces 202
Using the Color Corrector Effect 202
In the HSL properties 206
In the RGB properties 206
In the Video Limiter properties 207
Using the Color Match Effect 209
Wrapping up 210
Color Plates
Chapter 9 Motion 211
Introduction 211
Position 213
Anchor Point 216
Rotation 218
Scale 219
Effect Controls Window 221
Timeline 221
Program Monitor 223
Bezier Curves and Easing 224
Spatial curves 225
Temporal curves 230
Nesting 232
Ken Burns-Style Animation 233
Wrapping up 234
Chapter 10 Audio 235
Importing Audio 236
Setting up a sequence for audio 236
Importing audio from a CD 239
Recording directly to a track 240
Messing with Audio 241
Unlinking audio and video 241
Audio effects 250
Mixing audio 253
Wrapping up 254
Chapter 11 Titles 255
New Title 256
Display Options 258
Type Tools 261
Type tool and Vertical Type tool 261
Area Type and Vertical Area Type tool 263
Path Type tool and Vertical Path Type tool 264
Switching between typing and selecting 266
Adjusting text with the Selection tool 266
Adjusting Text Properties 268
Tab Stops 278
Rolls and Crawls 279
Shapes 279
Pen Tool 281
Importing Graphics 287
Layout 288
Arranging the stacking order 288
Aligning objects 288
Distributing objects 290
Reusing Title Styles 290
Saving and using styles 290
Creating and using templates 292
Wrapping up 293
Chapter 12 Output 295
Recording to Videotape 295
Setup 296
Crash record 296
Export to Tape 297
Export to DVD 299
MPEG2 File with Adobe Media Encoder 302
Self-Contained Media File 303
QuickTime Animation File 304
QuickTime File for Web or CD-ROM 305
MPEG1, QuickTime, RealMedia, and Windows Media 306
Exporting a Still Image 307
Wrapping up 309
Appendix A Customizing Premiere 311
Keyboard Shortcuts 311
Workspaces 314
Preferences 317
Project Window View 318
Timeline View 321
Audio Samples 323
Preferences File 324
Third-Party Plug-ins 325
Wrapping up 326
Index 327
On the DVD-ROM 338
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