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Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 is a professional, real-time, digital non-linear, timeline based video editing application. Premiere Pro CS5 supports certain Adobe recommended graphics cards for accelerated processing, and CS5 is optimized purely for 64-bit operating systems to provide high quality video editing in both RGB and YUV. In addition to providing broadcast quality video creation, Premiere Pro CS5 includes a sophisticated audio element that includes VST effects for optimum aural fidelity. This project based course constructs a film, while covering all of the essential elements users need to learn the interface, proper editing of audio and video, use of filters and effects, rendering and exporting for output to DVD in multiple formats. Work Files are included. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.
Hello and welcome to this VTC course on Premiere Pro CS5. My name is Mark Struthers and I've been authoring courses for VTC for a year or so now. In that time I authored a course on Premiere Pro CS4, the version before the version we're looking at in this tutorial and fairly recently I authored a course on Premiere Pro CS5, this version of Premiere Pro but as a QuickStart! Guide. In addition, I've run courses on Premiere Elements 8, the sister program to Premiere Pro. In addition to authoring courses for VTC I run my own business, Energy Studios and part of what I do is making films - commercial, corporate, music videos, et cetera and have been making these types of films for more years than I can remember to tell the tax man about. You know I'm joking. Anyway, I'm not sure if you've worked your way through the QuickStart! Guide to Premiere Pro CS5 that I authored. If you have, then you'll notice during this full course I'm going to expand on the tutorials presented in the QuickStart! Guide. What I'm going to do in this course is I'm going to construct a film about local country walks in the area in which I live that take in various local pubs. Throughout this course I'm going to step through pretty much every essential element required to make a professional looking film with Premiere Pro CS5. Now, on the way we'll take in, briefly I suppose, some other Adobe programs like After Effects and Soundbooth and Photoshop to help us construct our film. This course should last around about 8 hours and there are about 8 or 9 chapters to this course. Some of the things that we're going to look at and we're going to learn are creating projects, creating sequences, how we set Preferences in Premiere Pro so that it works exactly how we like it. We're going to look at the different Panels within the Interface, the Project Panel, the Timeline area, the Source Monitor, the Audio Mixer, et cetera. When we start getting more into the details we're going to look at File Formats that we can use within Premiere Pro. We're going to look at how we can edit audio precisely. We look at Timecode and how this is absolutely crucial and relevant when we are making films and we need to dub audio and synchronize dialog to the millisecond. We're going to get creative and I'll show you how to use Filters. We'll look at how we use the Edit Tools, such as the Razor Tool, to make simple edits. We'll look at the importance of rendering and how, with Premiere Pro CS5 and how it needs to run on a 64-bit Operating System, how the program ships with various different effects that run natively and don't actually require rendering. More on this as we progress. As I say, we'll look at Effects, in particular the native video effects that come with Premiere Pro and we'll also look at how we use third party effects, too. We're going to look at Keyframing and how this allows us to adjust either audio or filters over time. We'll also look at how we adjust time, either slowing a movie clip down or speeding it up or even reversing it. And, an essential component of making a film, the use of Titles, well, we're going to be looking at Titles, too, in particular the Titling Panel, how we use Safe Zones, Rolls and Crawls, Drop Shadows, Shape Objects, et cetera. And finally, we'll finish up by looking at how we export our film either as individual files or how we collect a group of files together and make a DVD using Premiere Pro's sister program, Encore, that comes free with the program. At one time you had to buy Encore but now since the previous version, CS4, Encore comes bundled with Premiere Pro free of charge. How fantastic is that? Let's progress and make our own movie.
- Course: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
- Author: Mark Struthers
- SKU: 34144
- ISBN: 1-936334-38-0
- Work Files: Yes
- Captions: No
- Subject: Multimedia & Video
- The first 3 chapters of courses are available to play for FREE (first chapter only for QuickStart! and MasterClass! courses). Just click on the movie link to play a lesson.
How to obtain the missing sound file "MONO-001.wav"
The audio that is embedded within the work file movies can be substituted.
Here are the instructions to unlink audio form its video file.
1. To use audio from one video file so that it can be used on its own, import one of the Work File movies such as Appleton Farm 03.flv, place the movie on Premiere's timeline and unlink the video and audio.
2. To unlink the audio from the video, once the movie is on the timeline, right click on it and click on UNLINK on the pop-up dialogue box.
3. From now on, the audio can be saved and placed elsewhere on your