Adobe premiere pro

Adobe premiere pro

Adobe premiere pro

Adobe premiere pro hey what's up guys ADP EDITING here for today we learned Adobe Premiere Pro in exactly so as you can see there is  we're gonna be creating today so we're creating titles we're creating sequence or there's videos with transitions cuts there's audio coming up fading in and out at certain points we're gonna be looking at adjustment layers we're gonna be looking at effects so let's get started and let's explore everything you need to know to edit your awesome videos inside of Premiere alright so once Premiere loads up this window will appear and you just gonna want to select a new project so from here you want to select location where you want to save the project in and I'm just gonna pick a folder where I can save this in then you can just name the project whatever you want I'm just gonna name this Premiere Pro tutorial and then once I'm done click OK so this is gonna open up Premiere and all of its four main panels now something I want to mention real quick some of the panels could be in different places depending on what kind of workspace you have so if you go into window workspace if you want to go ahead and select editing that is the one that I'm using it doesn't change what the panels contain and what they're called but it does change where they are positioned on your work area so this is just to accommodate different needs depending on what you're doing in Premiere so the first pallet we're gonna be taking a look at is the project panel and as you can see Premiere is already telling us that we need to import media in our project panel to start so we're gonna do exactly that and there's two ways of doing this you can either double click on your project panel this is gonna open up this window that allows you to browse to the folder that you want to import or the files that you want to import I'm gonna go ahead and hit cancel because what I prefer to do is just go on finder directly just browse to the folder and go to my footage and then once I find the folder just directly just drag and drop that folder into the project panel doesn't change anything it's the same thing but most of the time I already have that folder open on my computer so it's just faster to do it this way so this is gonna create a folder inside the project panel and this is called a bin and this bin contains our footage you can see that it's nicely displayed with thumbnails and a really neat feature in Premiere is that when you go over these clips over these thumbnails you can actually scroll through them and preview what is inside these clips so once you found the clip that you want you can just double click on it and this will open it up in your source monitor now when it comes to this panel you can either minimize it or you can even dock it somewhere else you can see that as I drag around my work area some parts of it become blue but for now I'm just going to minimize it alright so now that we have selected our clip I want to create a sequence from this clip but before I do that I want to go under metadata and I want to check the framerate of this clip just to make sure that it's the framerate that we want for our entire sequence because whenever we're creating a sequence from a clip it's actually going to create the sequence based on the settings of that clip so 23.976 works for me but before I drag this entire clip into my timeline I actually want to just select only a portion of this clip instead of just dumping the whole thing in so maybe I want to get rid of the beginning here and I just want to start it from this point on so I'm gonna hit I on my keyboard and this is gonna set an endpoint for the video and then I'm gonna scroll through here and maybe I don't want the camera to just pan away I want it to stay on the car so that at this point in time I'm gonna hit o on my keyboard and this is gonna set an out point so now you can see that we only have a portion highlighted of the entire clip now once we have done that we are able to drag that portion into our timeline now there's a few buttons on the bottom here to do that but what I usually do is I just grab the image and I drag and drop it onto my timeline area so this is gonna create a new sequence as you can see here as well as in the project panel and it has the same exact settings as our clip in order to check that we can go to sequence sequence settings and you can see that everything is exactly the same as our clip I think you can simply preview what you have in your timeline by hitting spacebar and this will play through what we just imported and you can see that the beginning and end of the clip isn't there it's just a section that we wanted now I'm noticing that there's a few extra clips that we don't really need so what we can do to just get rid of them is to select the first one then hold shift and select the last one and then you can just delete that selection by hitting delete so this won't delete the physical files on your computer it's just gonna get rid of them from your bin and it will just clear up some space all right so let's go ahead and look for another clip that we like and once we find it we'll just do the same thing so we'll double click on it to bring it in our source monitor set something in and out points and then just drag it into our timeline but let's say that this time.


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I don't want to drag both the audio and video of that clip I only want to drag the video portion of your clip or if you notice below the preview area of the source monitor there's a filmstrip icon right next to a waveform icon if you just click the filmstrip icon and drag it into your timeline will only bring in the video portion of your clip instead if you click and drag the waveform icon it will only drag in your audio portion of the clip next up we're going to look at how to trim clips and there's a few simple ways of doing this one of the fastest ways is to go to either end of the clip and dragging it in and this will shorten the clip I'm gonna hit command Z real quick just to undo what we just did so I can show you another way of trimming a clip now we're gonna bring up the razor tool and you can do this by hitting C on your keyboard which is a shortcut for it or you can go on the side toolbar here and you can select a razor tool now with this selected you can actually click on the clips and make cuts in them so you can see that if I go back to my selector tool by hitting V on my keyboard I can do the same thing that I did earlier I can trim them I can move them around so the razor tool is just a quick way to make cuts in the clips without deleting anything so these are pretty much the two main tools that you always use in your timeline the selector tool which is your regular computer error or cursor which is used to select things and move them around or your razor tool which you can bring up with C and that will make cuts and your Clips now another thing I would like to show you is how to apply transitions now again like most other things there's multiple ways of doing this but first let's take a look at the fastest way with a clip selected you can hit command D on your keyboard or control D on a PC and this will add what's called a default transition and usually with premiere default transitions or simple fades now the other way of adding transitions which is a little bit longer is by going under your effects panel now this is down here for me on this workspace for you if you have another workspace selected like I said in the beginning you might find this somewhere else so once we go there we can go under the search bar and we can just type in cross and this will bring up cross this all under the video transitions category now you can just grab that altogether and you can directly go under that folder of video transitions and find all the transitions that you need or even other transitions such as this cross zoom so you just play around with all of these and see what each of them do and if you don't like a transition you can always select that transition and hit delete and that will make it disappear so I'm just gonna add a cross this off to the end here and you can see that as I hover over my Clips you can see that I can not only just add them at the end of a clip but I can also add them between clips and what this does is it fades clips together so I can play here when you can see what that's doing is just fading the two clips and together and then fading the last clip out so we've added some transitions and now I think it's time to add a nice title in the beginning so we need to just make a little bit of room here so with my selector tool I'm just gonna move these clips a little bit forward in time then I'm gonna go under title new title and I'm gonna click on default still you can just name that title whatever you want click OK and now this is gonna open up this window where you can create your title just click and type whatever you want and then of course you can just select portions of the title change the font or really anything else that you want usually I just use neck stuff for my titles it's just a really cool font and then to Center it with the screen you can just right click on the text go to position horizontal Center and this will Center it horizontally and then right click on it again position and vertical Center and now it's perfectly centered with our screen so we can just exit this out we don't even need to save or anything it does it automatically and then if it's not under your project panel its most likely in one of your bins you can see thats in my footage bin and since i don't really want it there i'm just gonna click and drag it on to my main project bin here and then just like anything else we just drag and drop it into our timeline so you can see that it's sort of becoming very intuitive it's pretty much all just drag and drop in a way now we're gonna treat this just like any other clip so we can shorten it and we can select it and hit command D and this will add those default transitions so now we have a title that fades up and fades out but now we have a gap between the title and the rest of the clips so I can right click and select ripple delete and this will move all of my Clips forward all right so now it's time for some effects well maybe it's not the effects that you're thinking of but still it's a pretty cool stuff so we're gonna go back to the our effects panel here we're gonna type in fast color corrector this time and this again. if you have it to anything else just make sure to change it to that nine times out of ten you gonna want to export to H point 264 as far as a preset I usually leave mine to match source high bitrate but if you're exporting to a phone or anything else for YouTube or something like that it's nice because you have a lot of presets already set up for you now going down here you can see that the video width and height are correct 1920 by 1080 and then over here the bitrate is pretty much to the compression quality so I usually put mine to ten or twelve but just a heads up YouTube usually compresses it down to eight anyways now the output name you can name it whatever you want and this also allows you to select what folder you want to save it in to and hit save and then you can hit Q if you're doing multiple renders or different versions of this render but for us I'm just gonna hit export and that is it,  if you're interested in all that kind of stuff anyways my name is ADP EDITING for cruise core productions I'll see you next post. 
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