Helps students master state-of-the-art tasks and tools that will be valuable to them for many years to come.
Relies on a format designed to make learning as easy as possible.
Helps students succeed no matter what role they are asked to play in producing digital video projects with Premiere 6.5.
Will remain valuable to students long after they've mastered the fundamentals of Premiere 6.5.
Provides accessible, step-by-step procedures that help students master techniques which have traditionally been viewed as difficult.
Whether you're new to Adobe Premiere or you're a loyal old-timer who just upgraded, you'll want to get up-to-speed on all of the program's powerful new features fast. Premiere 6.5 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide is now revised to show you how to capture, edit, and output digital video using Premiere's new tools and interface enhancements. If you're an experienced Premiere user, you can simply hit the index and skip right to the new features that you want to learn about. All of you new users, however, will probably want to start from the beginning of this task-based reference and follow along with the straightforward step-by-step how-tos that will have you editing full-length videos complete with titles, transitions, and special effects in record time.
Introduction: Premiere: The Big Picture.
1. Premiere Basics.
2. Starting a Project.
3. Importing and Managing Clips.
4. Editing Source Clips.
5. Creating a Program.
6. Editing in the Timeline.
7. Refining the Program.
9. Previewing Transitions and Effects.
10. Mixing Audio.
11. Adding Effects.
12. Creating Titles.
13. Superimposing Clips.
14. Motion Setting.
15. Creating Output.
16. Capturing Video.
17. Premiere Online.
18. Video and Audio Settings.