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Lesson 12. Virtual Clips

Lesson 12. Virtual Clips

Duplicate clips and virtual clips are two powerful tools for assembling a video program in Premiere. Duplicate clips can be useful for splitting clips into a number of shorter clips that appear in the Project window. By contrast, a virtual clip can combine one or more clips, effects, and transitions into a single clip to simplify the Timeline and allow you to use effects and transitions repeatedly on the same source material.

You can create two other types of clips from video clips you import into a Premiere project: duplicate clips and virtual clips. You'll learn about using duplicate clips and virtual clips in Premiere by creating one component of a television spot for a resort.

In this lesson, you'll learn the following skills:

  • Creating and naming duplicate clips.

  • Using duplicate clips in a project.

  • Creating virtual clips.

  • Nesting virtual clips.

  • Editing virtual clips.

  • Compiling a virtual clip into an actual clip.


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