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Chapter 12. Hints and Tips for New DV Ed... > Situations and Solutions in Premiere...

Situations and Solutions in Premiere 6.5

The temptation to go overboard with Premiere 6.5 is hard to resist. You have a gallery of transitions to choose from, a library of audio and video effects you can apply to your clips, and an easy way to incorporate titles and captions. In my first Premiere project, transitions were everywhere! Because it was a home video, I could get away with it. That first solo work, though, was an education. I discovered that just a little bit in Premiere goes a long, long way in your project. A few well-placed titles, some simple transitions (three at the most), and quality footage yield broadcast-quality work.

Now, even with personal video projects, I tend to go easy with filters and transitions. I’m also conservative with titles and captions. Go through the following list after you’ve rendered a final preview. Premiere’s ability to render transitions and apply filters makes this final check process easy and efficient. So, let’s put the video through this fine-tooth comb of quality.


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