Table of Contents
Chapter: In this chapter you'll be introduced to the latest version of Adobe Premiere Pro, a powerful and user-friendly nonlinear editing system. It provides a comprehensive toolset of fast cutting time-saving shortcuts, advanced finishing effects, and audio mixing controls.
Using the Lesson Files
What Is Adobe Premiere Pro?
The Welcome Screen
Some Standard Terms
A Simple Edit
Video Editing Workflows
An Overview of the Interface
The Premiere Pro Preferences
Chapter: All of your creative choices are stored in a Premiere Pro project file, which makes it a pretty important file! This chapter walks you through the process of creating a new project and describes the important settings you'll encounter.
Creating a New Project - General Settings
Creating a New Project - Scratch Disks
Using Sequence Presets
Detailed Sequence Settings
Video Preview Sequence Settings
Sequence Track Settings
Chapter: Regardless of the type of project you're working on, you'll need to import media from a variety of sources. This chapter introduces the different ways to bring your media into Premiere Pro.
Using the Media Browser
Importing Graphics and Photos
Link and Locate
Browsing Other Premiere Pro Projects
Importing Projects from Final Cut Pro and Avid
Importing a Premiere Clip project
Capture from Tape
The Libraries panel
Chapter: Once you have all of your media files imported into a Premiere Pro project, it's important to get organized. This chapter gives you some organizing tips.
Using the Project Panel
Finding Assets in the Project
RAW Source Settings
Chapter: The majority of any editing project is spent selecting clips, choosing the parts you want, and adding them to a sequence with other clips. This chapter gives you the core skills you need to get cutting!
Selecting Part of a Clip
Introducing the Timeline Panel
Timeline Track Controls
Adding Clips to a Sequence
Rearranging Clips in a Sequence
Lifting and Extracting, Deleting, and Ripple Deleting
Chapter: Premiere Pro provides several ways to display and manage your clips, including special markers you can use to leave yourself messages, or to just highlight a section you want to use later. This chapter guides you through some useful approaches to managing your clips.
Clip and Sequence Markers
Working with Markers
Chapter: A transition is any change from one clip to another clip, even just a straight cut, but there are many special effect transitions available for use in Premiere Pro. This chapter shows you how to work with them and introduces some of the core concepts relating to special effects work.
Applying a Video Transition
Rendering and the Work Area
Applying an Audio Crossfade
Chapter: Once you understand the basics, it's time to start learning some of the more powerful editing features in Premiere Pro. This chapter will take you to the next level of editing skills.
Changing Clip Opacity
Changing Clip Playback Speed
Ramping Clip Playback Speed
Replacing Clips on the Timeline
Nesting a Sequence
Simple Trimming on the Timeline
Useful Trimming Keyboard Shortcuts
Chapter: In addition to playing back and combining clips to produce a sequence, you might also want to animate their location onscreen over time, or scale or rotate them. This chapter introduces the important fixed effects and their presets.
Fixed Effects for Video and Audio Clips
Scale to Frame Size vs Set to Frame Size
Creating Motion with Fixed Effects
Chapter: While it's common to perform a live video mix on location or in a studio, the lessons in this chapter show you how to use Premiere Pro to perform a similar live edit using media files on your hard drive. This feature continues to be enhanced, making it easier to set up your multicamera edit, and faster to make adjustments.
Preparing for a Multicamera Edit
Performing a Multicamera Edit
Adjusting a Multicamera Edit
Chapter: Audio is extremely important to the final result of almost any production. This chapter introduces some core concepts for working with audio and gives an overview of the excellent tools available in Premiere Pro to sweeten the sound of your project.
The Audio Workspace
Interpreting Clip Audio
Audio Track Types
Adjusting Volume and Pan on the Timeline
Adjusting Audio Level in the Effect Controls Panel
The Audio Clip Mixer
The Audio Track Mixer
Recording Voice Over
Chapter: Beyond basic adjustments to audio level and clip pan, Premiere Pro has an impressive list of dedicated audio effects to improve sound quality and make creative adjustments to your project. This chapter introduces the simple workflow you need to add effects to your audio.
Applying Audio Effects to Clips
Cleaning up Noisy Audio with Audition
Using the EQ Effect
The Loudness Radar
Chapter: Premiere Pro has a powerful special effects system that can show you many effects right away, without waiting for your computer to calculate how they'll look. This chapter introduces you to some of the core techniques you'll use again and again to add a professional finish to your projects.
Introducing the Video Effects
The Morph Cut Transition
Applying Master Clip Effects
Masking and Tracking
YUV, Accelerated, and 32-Bit Effects
The Warp Stabilizer
Sending a Clip to After Effects
Chapter: One of the special effects editors use all the time is color correction. This chapter introduces some industry-standard terms and techniques you'll be able to use with multiple editing systems.
The Three Way Color Corrector
The Color Workspace
The Lumetri Panel
The Lumetri Scopes Panel
Opening a Project in SpeedGrade
Chapter: In addition to combining clips in time, you'll often want to layer them, creating composite special effects from multiple parts of your clips. This chapter introduces you to tools that make blending, layering, and partially hiding your video clips quick and easy.
Track Matte Key
Chapter: Titles are a staple addition to video and film media. They can add both functional information and an aesthetic finish. This chapter introduces the Premiere Pro Titler.
Introducing the Titler
Working with Text
Chapter: It's easy to lose track of your media assets while working on an edit, and before you know it, you've forgotten where you put that one clip you need. This chapter will give you some practical advice on staying in control.
Using the Project Manager
Chapter: Once your project is complete, it's time to share it. You might output to a master tape, files for distribution, or to the Internet. This chapter describes the many ways you can show your work.
Preparing for Tape Output
Recording to Tape
Exporting Your Sequence to a File
Using the Adobe Media Encoder
Sending Your Sequence to FCP and Avid
Chapter: There are many new features in this release of Premiere Pro. This short chapter describes some of the most significant new tools and techniques for your creative work.
What’s New in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015