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Exploring on your own

Feel free to experiment with the project that you have just created. Here are some suggestions:

  • Perform a four-point edit, but make the source material shorter than the program material. Experiment with the options that Premiere Pro gives you to complete the edit.

  • Experiment with the History palette by applying a change to some part of the project, and then observing that the new state of that project is added to the History palette. For example, if you add a clip to the Timeline window, apply an effect to it, copy it, and paste it in another track; each of those states is listed separately in the palette. You can select any of these states, and the project will revert to how it looked when the change was applied. You can then modify the project from that state.

  • Try changing the name of a clip in the Project window without using Clip > Rename. Here's a hint: You don't need to use any menu items, icons, or buttons, but the Project window must be in List View. Once you've changed the name, observe what effect it has on instances in the Timeline.


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