Premiere CC 2014 Editing Quickstart

Premiere CC 2014 Editing Quickstart

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It’s a simple law of storytelling: If you shoot, you must edit so as to tell the best story possible.

And yet many creatives are intimidated by professional film and video editing software or feel that it is difficult because they have tried to learn to edit from people who focus on SOFTWARE instead of EDITING.

This course teaches you first, the basics of editing then walks you through step by step the Premiere CC 2014 interface in simple terms that anyone can understand, building on your understanding of editing.

• Learn the six simple steps in every edit
• How to create Adobe Premiere Projects
• Arranging video clips to create simple edits
• Adding professional titles to your footage
• Blending with Hollywood style transitions
• Learn the language and history of editing 
• Learn the “Ken Burns” effect
• How to stabilize shaky shots

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WHAT'S INSIDE THIS TUTORIAL?

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Part 0: (optional): An Orientation to Editing

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Why edit? & The basic terms of editing

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Historical background of key editing terms

Part 1: Start Editing Now

Opening a project and importing footage

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Finding broken media links

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How to Change the timing of a clip or reverse it

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• How to Stabilize a shaky shot

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• How to add Motion to static shots
  (The Ken Burns Effect)

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How to Add a Transition

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How to Add Titles

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How to Export Your Finished Project

Part 2: An Overview of Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014

Creating a Project in Premiere Pro

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What do all the individual windows
inside Premiere do?

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What do the Adobe Toolbar Tools do? 

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How do you use the Source Monitor
for efficient editing?

How to use the timeline and
program monitor together

How to use the Export Media window
with Adobe Media Encoder

Part 3: The Importance of Organizing your Editing project

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Creating Bins and Sub-Bins

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Accessing and controlling metadata

How to Organize projects which have tens of thousands of clips