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Lesson 3. Basic Editing

Lesson 3. Basic Editing

Editing a video program is at the heart of the work you'll do with Adobe Premiere. Adobe Premiere makes it easy to trim video clips or other source files. You can then assemble the polished result for playback on a variety of media.

In this lesson, you'll learn about different ways to use Adobe Premiere 6.0 to develop your story. You'll create a 20-second video program about a horse training technique known as “dressage.” You'll use these basic editing techniques:

  • Developing a storyboard, using Automate-to-Timeline, then trimming clips.

  • Selecting clips in a bin, using Automate-to-Timeline, then trimming clips.

  • Pre-trimming clips in the Source view of the Monitor window before adding them to the Timeline.

  • Previewing the video program.

  • Fine-tuning the Timeline using In and Out points, ripple edit, and rolling edit.

  • Exporting a project to make a QuickTime movie.


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