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Ep. 3: Importing Your Media

Andrea Allen
June 17, 2014 by Andrea Allen Staff

Import clips and image sequences using the Media Browser.

Up next: Getting Organized in the Project Panel

  1. 1.
    Video editing basics for those looking to harness the power of Adobe Premiere.
    10:30
  2. 2.
    Find the tools you need most and put them front and center.
    11:49
  3. Import clips and image sequences using the Media Browser.
    10:14
  4. 4.
    Create and import bins (folders) of video files.
    05:21
  5. 5.
    Organize your project panel with labels and metadata.
    05:13
  6. 6.
    Switch between playback resolutions, audio formats, and more.
    13:51
  7. 7.
    Learn keyboard shortcuts for zooming in and out, nudging clips, and detecting duplicates.
    09:14
  8. 8.
    Delve into Premiere’s powerful and robust set of timeline tools.
    14:47
  9. 9.
    Open multiple clips, master playback controls, and show media handles.
    13:26
  10. 10.
    Insert and overwrite using buttons and master snapping within the timeline.
    10:23
  11. 11.
    Uncover quick tricks for tweaking and trimming your edits.
    03:25
  12. 12.
    Adjust frame rate, aspect ratio, audio, video codec, custom presets, and more.
    08:38
  13. 13.
    Dig into preferences with sync settings, label colors, memory allocation, and more.
    07:05
  14. 14.
    Learn to use the media browser interface, work with proxies, and locate original files.
    03:13
  15. 15.
    Balance tracks with the clip mixer, edit a track to your timeline, and lock/sync tracks.
    14:39
  16. 16.
    Adjust text and fonts, add drop shadow, and create new titles from existing text.
    09:16
  17. 17.
    Match source settings, add a watermark, and upload to Vimeo with recommended compression settings.
    11:06

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