Mediaworks- Intro to Premiere Pro
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- Premiere Pro is a non-destructive non-linear video editing application.
- Parts of it may seem similar to After Effects but other parts will function differently.
- There are advanced features for linking After Effects and Premiere Pro.
- What is Premiere Pro
- Do not work directly from Orca.
- Make a folder on the Desktop with a meaningful name.
- Make sub-folders called
- Copies all source files to the appropriate folders.
- File Management Steps
- Open Premiere Pro
- Click New Project
- Click Browse
- Navigate to the project folder you created earlier.
- Select the Premiere_Files folder and click Choose.
- Give the project a meaningful name.
- Click OK.
Premiere Pro Interface
- Interface article
- Media Bowser
- Source Monitor
- Program Monitor
- Effects Controls
- Essential Graphics
Importing Media Files
- Open the Media Browser
- Go to the Desktop
- Find your folder
- Preview files
- Right-click and select Import
Importing Image Sequences
- Go to File > Import...
- Browse to the files.
- Select file of the first frame.
- Click the Options button in the lower left.
- Click the Image Sequence box.
- Click Import.
Create a New Sequence
- It is easier to import your files into Premiere before creating a new sequence.
- Import your video files into the project.
- Pick a file which represents the majority of your files (in terms of dimensions, frame rate, compression etc).
- Select that file in the Project panel. Right click and select New Sequence From Clip.
- A new Sequence will be added to the Project panel and it will open int the Timeline panel.
- Change the sequence name to something meaningful by clicking on the sequence name in the Project panel.
- Exporting Video Article
- Adobe Media Encoder allows you to export multiple versions of the same sequence and it allows you to keep working in Premiere while export is encoding.
- To use Adobe Media Encoder first follow the steps above.
- Click the Queue button and Adobe Media Encoder will open.
- Drag a preset onto the name of your sequence to add the preset to the Queue.
- Use the 1920 Screening ProRes 422LT preset for class playback.
- Use the H.264 Match Source - High Bit Rate for Windows playback and uploading to Youtube.
- Click the Start Queue button (green play button) to start the exporting.