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Lesson 2. Sequencing and Basic Real-Time... > The Real-Time editing experience

The Real-Time editing experience

Editing a video program requires a lot of previewing. You need to know how the video program looks in its current state so that you can determine any necessary changes. Or you might make a change, preview it, and then decide to undo the change because the video program looks better without it. Adobe Premiere Pro plays back full-resolution frames, including titles, transitions, effects, color corrections, and motion paths in the Program monitor or on an external video monitor without waiting for sequences to render. Rendering calculates all the frames needed to be played, stores them, and then streams them from RAM for smooth playback.

Throughout the lessons in this book, you'll preview your projects using Real-Time Preview. Keep in mind that you are working in full-frame digital video format, which is 720:480. For more information see, “Previewing a sequence” in the Adobe Premiere Pro User Guide.


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