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Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release), 1st edition

  • Maxim Jago

Published by Adobe Press (September 3rd 2014) - Copyright © 2015

1st edition

Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release)

ISBN-13: 9780133927054

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The 19 project-based lessons in this book show students step-by-step the key techniques for working in Premiere Pro CC (2014 Release) and how to edit professional-quality video. Students learn to take a project from beginning to end where they’ll get the basics on things like organizing media, using audio, creating transitions, producing titles, and adding effects. Once they have the basics down, they'll learn how to take their projects further by sweetening and mixing sound, compositing the footage, adjusting color, using multi-camera editing techniques, authoring DVDs, and much more.


This new edition covers innovations in the 2014 Release of Premiere Pro CC, including new visual effect workflows, including Master Clip effects students can apply to clips before they add them to a sequence, and the ability to edit text in compositions created in Adobe After Effects directly in Premiere Pro. It’s easier than ever to browse and import media thanks to time saving enhancements to the Media Browser and a host of new editing and media management features make this a fantastic update to Premiere Pro.


Access to all of the project files used in the book’s lessons is included with purchase of the book. Print editions come bundled with a DVD containing the lesson files, and students who purchase an eBook edition receive a code that lets them download the lesson files from their account page on peachpit.com. Both print and eBook users also get access to downloadable updates that cover new features that Adobe releases for Creative Cloud members.


Instructor Notes for this title will be available soon on the Pearson Higher Ed site.



Table of contents

Contents 2014
    Getting Started
    About Classroom in a Book
    Installing Adobe Premiere Pro CC
    Optimizing performance
    Copying the lesson files
    Relinking the lesson files
    How to use these lessons
    How to access updates to this book
    Additional resources
    Adobe certification
1    Touring Adobe Premiere Pro CC
    Getting started
    Non-linear editing in Adobe Premiere Pro
    Expanding the workflow
    Touring the Adobe Premiere Pro workspace
2    Setting Up a Project
    Getting started
    Creating a project
    Setting up a sequence
3    Importing Media
    Getting started
    Importing assets
    Working with the Media Browser
    Importing Graphics and Photos
    The media cache
4    Organizing Media
    Getting started
    The Project panel
    Working with bins
    Organizing media with content analysis
    Monitoring footage
    Modifying clips
5    Essentials of Video Editing
    Getting started
    Using the Source Monitor
    Navigating the Timeline
    Essential editing commands
6    Working with Clips and Markers
    Getting started
    Program Monitor controls
    Controlling resolution
    Understanding markers
    Using Sync Locks and Track Locks
    Finding gaps in the Timeline
    Selecting clips
    Moving clips
    Extracting and deleting clip segments
7    Adding Transitions
    Getting started
    What are transitions?
    Edit points and handles
    Adding video transitions
    Using A/B mode to fine-tune a transition
    Adding audio transitions
8    Advanced Editing Techniques
    Getting started
    Four-point edits
    Retiming clips
    Replacing clips and footage
    Nesting sequences
    Regular trimming
    Advanced trimming
    Trimming in the Program Monitor
9    Putting Clips in Motion
    Getting started
    Adjusting the Motion effect
    Changing clip position, size, and rotation
    Working with keyframe interpolation
    Using other motion-related effects
10    Multi-camera Editing
    Getting started
    The multi-camera process
    Creating a multi-camera sequence
    Switching multiple cameras
    Finalizing multi-camera editing
11    Editing and Mixing Audio
    Getting started
    Setting up the interface to work with audio
    Voice-over "scratch track" recording in Timeline
    Examining audio characteristics
    The Audio clip mixer
    Adjusting audio volume
    Creating a split edit
    Adjusting audio levels for a clip

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