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Premiere Pro tutorial: Importing a layered Photoshop file



In this tutorial, learn how to import layered PSD files in order to create picture-in-picture effects in a Premiere Pro project. Watch more at
http://www.lynda.com/Premiere-Pro-tut....

This tutorial is a single movie from the Premiere Pro Guru: Dynamic Link and the Adobe Workflow course presented by lynda.com author Rich Harrington. The complete course is 1 hour and 29 minutes and shows how to save time, save disc space, and get more billable work done using Dynamic Link--the Adobe technology that allows you to use files from other Adobe apps inside your Premiere Pro projects.

  • Welcome
  • 1. An Intro to Dynamic Link
  • 2. Adobe Premiere Pro Working with After Effects
  • 3. Adobe Premiere Pro Working with Audition
  • 4. Adobe Premiere Pro Working with Photoshop
  • 5. Adobe Prelude to Adobe Premiere Pro
  • 6. Other Workflows
  • Conclusion

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Posted by: Richard Harrington on Sep 30, 2013 at 9:29:00 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Premiere Pro tutorial: How to work with slow-motion effects



In this tutorial find out how to work with slow-motion effects in Premiere Pro. Watch more at
http://www.lynda.com/Premiere-Pro-tut....

This tutorial is a single movie from the Premiere Pro Guru: Dynamic Link and the Adobe Workflow course presented by lynda.com author Rich Harrington. The complete course is 1 hour and 29 minutes and shows how to save time, save disk space, and get more billable work done using Dynamic Link--the Adobe technology that allows you to use files from other Adobe apps inside your Premiere Pro projects.

  • Welcome
  • 1. An Intro to Dynamic Link
  • 2. Adobe Premiere Pro Working with After Effects
  • 3. Adobe Premiere Pro Working with Audition
  • 4. Adobe Premiere Pro Working with Photoshop
  • 5. Adobe Prelude to Adobe Premiere Pro
  • 6. Other Workflows
  • Conclusion

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Posted by: Richard Harrington on Sep 27, 2013 at 9:29:00 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Mixing Audio in Adobe Premiere Pro



I show you how to properly mix your audio in a nonlinear editor (Adobe Premiere Pro). From the extensive DPBestflow site I highly recommend.



Mixing Audio in Adobe Premiere Pro Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on May 29, 2013 at 9:00:00 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Check Out My Detailed Adobe Premiere Pro Technology Preview Class



Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Premiere-Pro-tut.... Find out how to paste select attributes from one clip to another using the Paste Attributes dialog in Premiere Pro.


Here's the full length course (with more to come after the app is released).

Premiere Pro Technology Preview
http://www.lynda.com/Premiere-Pro-tutorials/Premiere-Pro-Technology-Preview...




Posted by: Richard Harrington on Apr 11, 2013 at 9:35:00 am AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Watch the Recorded Adobe Premiere Pro Switcher Webinar

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As you make the switch to Adobe® Premiere Pro, you'll find many ways to get things done. What you may miss are some hidden gems you don’t know to look for. In this fast paced webinar, join Richard Harrington as he shares the advanced techniques that will speed up your workflow. This webinar is designed for experienced editors who want to jump in and get results. You'll learn at a rapid fire pace and get easy to implement time savers to boost your productivity.

  • Topics covered include
  • Project and sequence setup
  • The Media Browser plus linking and interpreting media
  • Interpreting RED .r3d Files after the shoot
  • Analyzing footage and searching speech to text translations or transcripts
  • Working with transitions and effects
  • Intermediate and advanced color correction techniques
  • The Automate to Sequence command to cut on the beat of music
  • Editing from the bin and using Hoverscrub
  • Adjsutment layers and special effects
  • Audio preferences and meters
  • Configuring workspaces and layouts
  • Plus commentary from Adobe Premiere Pro product manger Al Mooney

See it here – http://seminars.adobeconnect.com/p38n7zctggx/




Posted by: Richard Harrington on Dec 3, 2012 at 8:08:00 am AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Warp Stabilizer in Adobe Premiere Pro Saves Shots



Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 has a warp stabilizer tool that you may have heard about, but Rich Harrington takes you deep inside its many subtle options for the best possible results, while also showing you how to take advantage of the Mercury Playback Engine for maximum performance.



Warp Stabilizer in Adobe Premiere Pro Saves Shots Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Sep 22, 2012 at 8:42:00 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Get More Done in Adobe Premiere Pro with HoverScrub



Adobe Premiere CS6 provides new browsing -- and editing! -- features for clips in bins. Rich Harrington will show you to preview the contents of any clip from the Project Panel or Media Browser. You'll also learn to set in and out points without ever having to load a clip. This means you can edit right from the bin onto the timeline.



Get More Done in Adobe Premiere Pro with HoverScrub Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Sep 12, 2012 at 8:39:00 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Premiere Pro Titler Shortcuts

Here are a few useful shortcuts for Adobe Premiere Pro

Here are theTitler features:

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Premiere Pro Titler Shortcuts Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Aug 10, 2012 at 7:57:00 am AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Monitoring Footage in Premiere Pro CS6 Part 2

Here's an excerpt from the official guide to Adobe Premiere Pro that I co-authored.

This excerpt covers ways of performing common tasks such as playing video clips, including a new browsing feature in Premiere Pro CS6 called hover scrub, and other key topics such as essential playback controls and customizing your monitors.
Note: This excerpt is from the forthcoming book Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Classroom in a Book.

Playback resolution

If you have an older or slower processor, your computer may struggle to play back very high-quality video clips. To work with a wide variety of computer hardware configurations, from powerful desktop workstations to lightweight portable laptops, Premiere Pro can lower the playback resolution to make playback smoother. You can switch the playback resolution as often as you like, using the Select Playback Resolution menu on the Source (and Program) monitor.


Timecode information

At the bottom left of the Source monitor, a timecode display shows the current position of the playhead in hours, minutes, seconds, and frames (00:00:00;00).

At the bottom right of the Source monitor, a timecode display shows the total selected duration for your clip. Later, you’ll be adding special marks to make a partial selection. For now, it shows the complete duration.

Safe margins

Old-style CRT monitors crop the edges of the picture to achieve a clean edge. If you are producing video for a CRT monitor, click the Settings (spanner icon) button at the bottom of the Source monitor and choose Safe Margins. Premiere Pro displays white outlines over the image.

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  • The outer box is the Safe Action zone. Aim to keep important action inside this box so that when the picture is displayed, cropping does not hide what is going on.
  • The inner box is the Title Safe zone. Keep titles and graphics inside this box so that even on a badly calibrated display, your audience will be able to read the words.
  • Click back into the Settings button at the bottom of the Source monitor and choose Safe Margins to turn them off.

Essential playback controls

Let’s look at the playback controls.

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  1. Double-click the shot 16_6B in the Double Identity bin to open it in the Source monitor.
  2. At the bottom of the Source monitor, there’s a yellow playhead marker. Drag it along the bottom of the panel to view different parts of the clip. You can also click wherever you want the playhead to go, and it will jump to wherever you click.
  3. Below the clip navigation bar and the playhead, there is a scrollbar that doubles as a Zoom control. Drag one end of the scrollbar to zoom in on the clip navigator.
  4. Click the Play button to play the clip. Click it again to stop playback. You can also use the spacebar to play and stop playback.
  5. Click the Step Back and Step Forward buttons to move through the clip one frame at a time. You can also use the left- and right-arrow keys on your keyboard.
  6. Use the J, K, and L keys to play your clip.

Customizing the monitors

To customize your monitors, click the Settings button on the Source monitor. This menu gives you several different display options for your Source monitor (the Program monitor has a similar menu). You can choose to view waveforms and vector scopes to analyze your video.

For now, we just want to know how to get regular video on-screen. Make sure Composite Video is selected in this menu. You can add or remove buttons at the bottom of the Source monitor.

  1. Click the Button Editor button at the bottom right of the Source monitor. A special set of buttons appears.
  2. Drag the Loop button from the floating panel to the right of the Play button on the Source monitor, and click OK.
  3. Double-click the di05c_compv_02 clip in the Double Identity bin to open it in the Source monitor.
  4. Click the Loop button to enable it, and then play the video using the spacebar or the Play button on the Source monitor. Stop the playback when you have seen enough. With Loop turned on, Premiere Pro continuously repeats playback.




Monitoring Footage in Premiere Pro CS6 Part 2 Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Aug 9, 2012 at 5:45:00 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Monitoring Footage in Premiere Pro CS6 Part 1

Here's an excerpt from the official guide to Adobe Premiere Pro that I co-authored.

This excerpt covers ways of performing common tasks such as playing video clips, including a new browsing feature in Premiere Pro CS6 called hover scrub, and other key topics such as essential playback controls and customizing your monitors.
Note: This excerpt is from the forthcoming book Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Classroom in a Book.

The greater part of video editing is invested in watching clips and making creative choices about them. It’s important to feel really comfortable browsing media.

Premiere Pro has multiple ways of performing common tasks such as playing video clips. You can use the keyboard, click buttons with your mouse, or use an external device like a jog/shuttle control.

Premiere Pro CS6 has a new browsing feature called hover scrub that allows you to view the contents of your clips quickly and easily right in the bin.

1 Double-click the Double Identity bin to open it.

2 Click the Icon View button at the bottom-left corner of the bin.

3 Drag your mouse, without clicking, across any of the images in the bin.Premiere Pro displays the contents of the clip as you drag. The left edge of the thumbnail represents the beginning of the clip, and the right edge represents the end. In this way, the width of the thumbnail represents the whole clip.
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4 Select a clip by clicking it once. Hover scrubbing is now turned off, and a mini scrollbar appears at the bottom of the thumbnail. Try dragging through the clip using the scrollbar.

  1. Premiere Pro uses the J, K, and L keys on your keyboard to perform playback too, just like the Media Browser:
  • J: Play backward
  • K: Pause
  • L: Play forward

5 Select a clip, and use the JKL keys to play the thumbnail. Be sure to click the clip only once. If you double-click, it will open in the Source monitor.

Tip: If you press the J or L key multiple times, Premiere Pro will play the video clips at multiple speeds.

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When you double-click a clip, not only is it displayed in the Source monitor, it’s also added to a list of recent clips.


6 Double-click to open four or five clips from the Double Identity bin.

7 Click the Recent Items menu to browse between your recent clips.

Tip: Notice that you have the option to close a single clip or close all clips, clearing the menu and the monitor. Some editors like to clear the menu and then open several clips that are part of a scene by selecting them all in the bin and dragging them into the Source monitor together. They can then use the recent items menu to browse only the clips from this short list.

8 Click the Zoom menu at the bottom of the Source monitor. By default, this is set to Fit, which means Premiere Pro will display the whole frame, regardless of the original size. Change the setting to 100%.

These Double Identity clips are high-resolution, and they are probably much bigger than your Source monitor. You are likely to have scrollbars at the bottom and on the right of your Source monitor now, so you can view different parts of the image. The benefit of viewing with Zoom set to 100% is that you see every pixel of the original video, which is useful for checking the quality.

9 Set the Zoom back to Fit.



Monitoring Footage in Premiere Pro CS6 Part 1 Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Aug 8, 2012 at 5:45:00 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Premiere Pro Marks and Markers Shortcuts

Here are a few useful shortcuts for Adobe Premiere Pro

These are the shortcuts for Marks and Markers:


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Premiere Pro Marks and Markers Shortcuts Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jul 28, 2012 at 8:12:14 am AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Several Free “Ask a Video Pro” and “Ask a CS Pro”

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Adobe has released several free webinars with a ton of information. A bunch of these presenters are both friends and colleagues. I highly recommend you check out some of this free training.




Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jul 22, 2012 at 4:02:00 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Premiere Pro Multi-Camera Shortcuts

Here are a few useful shortcuts for Adobe Premiere Pro

Here are the Multi-Camera features:


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Premiere Pro Multi-Camera Shortcuts Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jul 21, 2012 at 8:02:00 am AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Premiere Pro Project and Media Shortcuts

Here are a few useful shortcuts for Adobe Premiere Pro

Here are the Project and Media Management features:









































































































































































Project and Media Management


Macintosh

Windows

New Project...

Opt+Cmd+NAlt+Ctrl+N
New Sequence...Cmd+NCtrl+N
New BinCmd+/Ctrl+/



Open Project...Cmd+OCtrl+O
Close ProjectShift+Cmd+WShift+Ctrl+W



SaveCmd+SCtrl+S
Save As...Shift+Cmd+SShift+Ctrl+S
Save a Copy...Opt+Cmd+SAlt+Ctrl+S
Close Selected ItemCmd+WCtrl+W



Select AllCmd+ACtrl+A
Deselect AllShift+Cmd+AShift+Ctrl+A



DuplicateShift+Cmd+/Shift+Ctrl+/
Find...Cmd+FCtrl+F
Edit OriginalCmd+ECtrl+E
Browse in Bridge...Opt+Cmd+OAlt+Ctrl+O



Project Panel

DeleteDeleteBackspace
Delete selection withoptionsCmd+DeleteCtrl+Backspace
Change to List ViewCmd+Page UpCtrl+Page Up
Change to Icon ViewCmd+Page DownCtrl+Page Down
Toggle ViewShift+Shift+
Thumbnail Size NextShift+]Shift+]
Thumbnail Size PreviousShift+[Shift+[
Hover ScrubShift+HShift+H
New BinCmd+/Ctrl+/



Import...Cmd+ICtrl+I
Export Media...Cmd+MCtrl+M



Delete Selection with OptionsCmd+Forward DeleteCtrl+Forward Delete



Extend Selection DownShift+DownShift+Down
Extend Selection LeftShift+LeftShift+Left
Extend Selection RightShift+RightShift+Right
Extend Selection UpShift+UpShift+Up



Move Selection DownDownDown
Move Selection LeftLeftLeft
Move Selection RightRightRight
Move Selection UpUpUp



Move Selection EndEndEnd
Move Selection HomeHomeHome
Move Selection Page DownPage DownPage Down
Move Selection Page UpPage UpPage Up



Next Column FieldTabTab
Previous Column FieldShift+TabShift+Tab
Next Row FieldReturnEnter
Previous Row FieldShift+ReturnShift+Enter



Get Properties for Selection...Shift+Cmd+HShift+Ctrl+H



Quit Premiere ProCmd+QCtrl+Q



Media Browser Panel

Open Media Browser PanelShift+8Shift+8
Next DirectoryShift+Cmd+NShift+Ctrl+N
Previous DirectoryShift+Cmd+PShift+Ctrl+P
Parent DirectoryCmd+UpCtrl+Up



Select Directory ListLeftLeft
Select Media ListRightRight
Selected DirectoryCmd+ReturnCtrl+Return



Open in Source MonitorShift+OShift+O



Import from Media BrowserOpt+Cmd+IAlt+Ctrl+I







Premiere Pro Project and Media Shortcuts Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jul 13, 2012 at 7:53:00 am AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Premiere Pro Tools Keyboard Shortcuts

Here are a few useful shortcuts for Adobe Premiere Pro Let's start with the primary tools:

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Premiere Pro Tools Keyboard Shortcuts Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jul 9, 2012 at 7:40:01 am AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Cutting a Multicamera Sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6



Learn how to cut a multi-camera sequence using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.

See the whole brand new PP training course is live on Lynda.com.
http://bit.ly/HJnIby

If you aren't a member, sign up for a free 7 day trial and watch the whole thing.
www.lynda.com/trial/rharrington





Posted by: Richard Harrington on Apr 11, 2012 at 10:51:40 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Using Adobe Speech Search

DP BestFlow - Using Adobe Speech Search from ASMP dpBestflow on Vimeo.



I show you how to add speech-to-text translations to your video clip in order to find a specific part of the clip easier.

From the
dpBestflow.org project.



Using Adobe Speech Search Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Apr 2, 2012 at 7:42:00 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Free Seminar on seminar on Mastering Adobe Premiere Pro Timeline Panel

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Recently, I recorded a webinar for Adobe on the Adobe Premiere Pro timeline. It's posted for free viewing.
Here’s the recording.
I covered a lot of useful and interesting material, both in the main presentation and in the question-and-answer segment at the end.
Here’s a brief outline of what I talked aboutt:

  • getting started and configuring the user interface
  • basic editing
  • audio
  • miscellaneous questions and answers

It's free to watch –
http://bit.ly/u8ltN8

Be sure to also pickup the book and training DVD –
An Editor's Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro





Posted by: Richard Harrington on Feb 5, 2012 at 9:28:00 am AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Merging Clips and Syncing Audio in Adobe Premiere Pro

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DSLR video training with Robbie Carman and Rich Harrington: This episode features creating a single clip that contains your video and high quality audio. In Premiere Pro CS5.5, they'll be merging clips and syncing audio in post.

Check out more at –
http://library.creativecow.net/harrington_richard/




Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jan 15, 2012 at 8:14:40 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Editing Multi-camera Productions in Adobe Premiere Pro

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Editing Multi-camera Productions



In this installment of Video Adrenaline for Premiere Pro, Richard Harrington goes over the process of setting up a multi-clip for editing and walks you through the essential steps.

Check out more at –
http://library.creativecow.net/harrington_richard/





Posted by: Richard Harrington on Nov 25, 2011 at 7:27:00 am AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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Meet the Adobe Premiere Pro Product Manager and Get FCP Migration Tips

I just heard about a great webinar that's being held this Friday. Your chance to hear right from the Product Manager's mouth about Adobe Premiere Pro. Al is a great guy with a lovely sense of humor and whip smart skills (I say these things so my feature requests go through – oh but they are true).

Here's the official blurb

More and more Final Cut editors are switching to Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 to become more efficient. In this week’s Ask a CS Pro, Product Manager Al Mooney will review some of the most important workflow tips and tricks to help editors, new to Premiere Pro, get up to speed quickly.

When: Friday, Aug.12
Time: 12 p.m. -1p.m. PT  Session start time for other time zones follows: http://bit.ly/qG22EX
Where: Connect Room: http://my.adobe.acrobat.co m/askcspro. The room will open up 15 minutes before the session starts. At this time, please sign in as a guest to join. 

___________________________________________________

For more videos and a complete training experience, check out An Editor's Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro from Peachpit Press — http://www.peachpit.com/premiereguide.





Posted by: Richard Harrington on Aug 10, 2011 at 8:53:49 am AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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The Adobe Photoshop to Adobe Premiere Pro Workflow



In this video you’ll learn how to create a Photoshop file from within Adobe Premiere Pro. You’ll also learn how to use the Camera Raw module to develop a photo from a DSLR. We’ll even explore advanced options like the Lens Correction filter, Content-aware Fill, and the Content-aware Scale command to selectively resize a photo.

For more videos and a complete training experience, check out
An Editor's Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro from Peachpit Press — http://www.peachpit.com/premiereguide.




The Adobe Photoshop to Adobe Premiere Pro Workflow Republished by Richard Harrington

Posted by: Richard Harrington on Jul 11, 2011 at 9:43:16 pm AdobeVideoDSLR Video
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