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Lesson 4. Color and Opacity

Lesson 4. Color and Opacity

When color correction becomes necessary in projects, Adobe Premiere Pro has tools to balance footage from multiple sources. Using the Timeline, you can create up to 98 different video tracks for countless combinations of layered movies and stills. With the generous selection of opacity keys, you can key out (remove) specific areas of a movie and create customized effects.

In this lesson, you'll learn about color correction and opacity, which is the basis for layering. You'll use the superimpose tracks feature in the Timeline to create opacity blends fades, and other special effects. Specifically, you'll learn how to perform these tasks:

  • Work with Waveforms and Vectorscopes in a Reference Monitor.

  • Color correct clips with split screen previews of the changes.

  • Adjust clips shot with different cameras.

  • Implement keyframes to fine-tune effects.

  • Apply opacity key types and adjust settings.

  • Work with Matte channels.

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