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Start the virtual tour. When you release the mouse button, Adobe Premiere Pro updates the In and Out points for the adjacent clips, displaying the result in the Program Monitor and maintaining the clip and sequence duration. The only change to the clip you moved is its position in the sequence.
Page Assembling A Sequence With an insert edit, adding a clip to the sequence forces any clips later in time to shift forward to accommodate the new clip.
Page However, you can choose to target a video track only or an audio track only. Click the track you want to target in the track header area of the Timeline panel.
The track header area appears highlighted and has rounded corners. Page If you choose At Unnumbered Markers, clips are placed at unnumbered sequence markers. Choosing At Unnumbered Markers makes the Transitions options unavailable. Arrows appear at the insertion point in all tracks. Page Drag a clip from the Project panel or Source Monitor into the blank space above the topmost video track for a video or linked clip or below the lowest audio track for an audio or linked clip.
Adobe Premiere Pro adds an audio track, a video track, or both, depending on the content of the source clip. A four-point edit is useful when the starting and ending frames in both the source clip and sequence are critical.
If the marked source and sequence durations are different, Adobe Premiere Pro alerts you to the discrepancy and provides alternatives to resolve it.
Page Note: Specifying a source track affects a clip only while adding it to a sequence. Set or remove sequence In and Out points You can use In and Out points in a sequence to help you place and rearrange clips.
Page Correcting Mistakes Correct mistakes In case you change your mind or make a mistake, Adobe Premiere Pro provides several ways to undo your work. You can undo only those actions that alter the video program; for example, you can undo an edit, but you cannot undo scrolling in a window. Page Premiere Auto-Save folder. The number of previous versions saved depends on the Auto Save preference settings.
In an interlaced system, only half the number of horizontal lines for each frame of video are transmitted at a time. Page So naturally, a change in speed results in a corresponding change in duration. Page To recover these frames, create a gap after the clip and trim its right edge to reveal them. Make sure that frame blending is on to create new interpolated frames that smooth the motion. Frame blending is turned on by default.
Page Adjustment handles also appear on the rubberband, in the middle of the speed-change transition. Moving a speed keyframe up or down. Note its separable halves. Speed keyframe B. Page After setting a speed keyframe, you can move it to a different location in a clip.
Page A gray area appears between the halves of the speed keyframe, indicating the length of the speed transition. The rubberband forms a ramp between the two halves, indicating a gradual change in speed occurring between them. A blue curve control appears in the gray area. A white speed-control track appears in the upper portion of the clip, just below the clip title bar. Select a clip in the Timeline panel. Page Working With Clips In A Sequence A menu will popup showing the timecode location for the clip for any sequence in which it is used.
Page To select clips in a track independently of its linked video or audio, Alt-click Windows or Option-click Mac OS using the Track Select tool and click a clip in the Timeline panel. In the Timeline panel, position the sequence current-time indicator to the point you want to paste a copy of the clip.
Select a target track compatible with the copied clip. Page See the documentation that came with your video card and operating system. Page When you render previews, Adobe Premiere Pro creates files on your hard disk. These preview files contain the results of any effects that Adobe Premiere Pro processed during a preview. If you preview the same work area more than once without making any changes, Adobe Premiere Pro instantly plays back the preview files instead of processing the sequence again.
Adobe Premiere Pro also provides Adobe Encore DVD markers that you can add to a sequence to specify scenes, or a menu structure for sequences that you export to Encore. Page When using markers for URL links and chapter markers, you can set sequence markers to be longer than one frame in duration.
Note: You must add text to a chapter marker in Adobe Premiere Pro for that chapter marker to appear as a cue point in Adobe Flash projects. If necessary, expand the audio track containing the clip you want to edit, click the Set Display Style button and choose Show Waveform.
Page When you do, you can use the video and audio as though they were not linked; even the clip names no longer appear underlined or bear the [V] and [A] labels.
Even so, Adobe Premiere Pro keeps track of the link. Set the remaining video and audio In and Out points. When you add the clip to a sequence, the video portion starts and ends at different times than the audio.
Page Multiple Sequences Use multiple sequences A single project can contain multiple sequences. All the sequences in a project share the same timebase, which defines how Adobe Premiere Pro calculates time, and which cannot be changed after you create the project. Changing the content of the source sequence is reflected in the content of nested instances. Page Subclips To use a master clip and its subclips in another project, import the project that contains the clips.
Page Editing A Multi-Camera Sequence To easily synchronize footage from all cameras, make sure each camera records a sync point using a clapper slate or other technique. Keep each camera recording to maintain synchronization. After you capture the footage in Adobe Premiere Pro, use the following workflow to edit the footage:. For a tutorial on how to sync and switch multiple cameras, see www. For a video on multi-camera editing, see www. See also Sync and switch multiple cameras, easily Page Note: Adobe Premiere Pro uses an overlay edit when synchronizing clips.
Take care not to overwrite adjacent clips if you have multiple clips on the same track. Select the clips you want to synchronize. Target a track by clicking its track header to align the other clips to it.
You can animate an entire image or any of its layers. When you import a PSD file into Adobe Premiere Pro, you can choose whether to import it as a flattened image or with its layers separate and intact.
Page The file opens in Photoshop. When you save the file, changes are available in the project. On the other hand, if the layers overlap in After Effects, the order in which you select them deter- mines the order of their track placement in Adobe Premiere Pro. Select an asset from the Adobe Premiere Pro Timeline panel.
When you add a linked composition that contains both footage and audio layers to a sequence, Adobe Premiere Pro inserts linked video and audio clips in the timeline. In an Adobe Encore project, however, you can link to an After Effects composition only once. Page Project panel with an offline composition. Page Chapter 8: Transitions Chapter 8: Transitions The transitions included with Adobe Premiere Pro provide a variety of ways to replace one clip with another in video or audio tracks.
Transition overview About transitions A transition moves a scene from one shot to the next. Generally, you use a simple cut to move from shot to shot, but in some cases you might want to transition between shots by phasing out one and phasing in another. Page If you decide to proceed, the transition appears in the Timeline panel with diagonal warning bars through it.
Page Note: If a double-sided transition must repeat frames rather than use trimmed frames , the transition icon contains additional diagonal lines. The lines span the area where it has used the repeated frames. Page Adding Transitions The default duration of a transition, for either audio or video, is set to 1 second.
If a transition contains trimmed frames, but not enough to fill the transition duration, Adobe Premiere Pro adjusts the duration to match the frames. Page When you replace a transition, the alignment and duration are preserved; however, the settings for the old transition are discarded and replaced by the default settings for the new transition.
If you realign a double-sided transition to the start or end of a clip, it will use handles from the adjacent clip. If both clips do not have trimmed frames extending beyond the cut, you cannot reposition the cut.
Double-click the transition in the Timeline panel to open the Effect Controls panel. Page In the A preview area in the Effect Controls panel, drag the small circle to reposition the transition center. Not all transitions have an adjustable center point. About Effects Working with Fixed Effects Working with Standard Effects Animating Effects with Keyframes Adding Effect Keyframes Setting Keyframe Interpolation Viewing Properties in the Effect Controls Window Keying Effects Chrominance-based keys Color Correction Working with Audio.