In this chapter I’ve learn about how to import videos onto the Premiere and how to organize the folders I’ve started chapter 3 and nothing too much is going on just how to clean up and just creating and searching for bins.
When you want to select all import videos in your folder , press “Command A” in your Bin and right click to Import.
There is a way you can copy a video to a other bin, just by clicking “Command C” on the video and going to another bin file and press “Command V” And you can delete the other clip and the main video you copy it will still be there.
There’s this search field, and if you type something in it will live filter all of the clips that will match.
I’ve finished Chapter 3 ‘Setting up and organizing you media”, which all It was is how to clean up you’re workspace so it will be easier to find the video that you’ll want to work on.
There’s shortcut’s on Premiere CC pro and the one that I’m a big fan of is when you have a video open and when you press “J and L” its plays the video in slow motion and backwards.
In this create search bin you can add comments to the video in the information next to the name. Today was a problem cause the program didn’t find the folder that I needed to worked on and it just totally messed up so I had to re download the folder
This is a SubClip, and the shortcut command is “Command U”
Sub-clips is a tool that you need you use organize to edit long piece of footage into smaller, more manageable chunks so that you can keep track of your project.
Chapter 4: Basic Editing
I’ve only had time for one episode of the chapter, Because I had to go back and fourth so that I’ll understand it and that I would catch up.
This Wednesday, I’ll be at the Career Center with Ms.McClure at 10:55.
A Sequence is a workspace where you lay out clips, have multiple video and audio tracks, and generally do the bulk of your editing. Here are the settings for the Sequence, You can change the time base of the clip, and more.
You’ll need to right click, on the bottom left hand corner scroll over to “New Item” Then you will find the Sequence button or you can find it on the top of your screen When having the editing area shown at the bottom.
At this bottom right corner will be the editing station. Where you can actually add other clips and texts as well. You can messed with the sound of the guy talking and you can make the sequence not match the volume or you can fix it so that it does match it.
Select the clip that you want to move then press the shortcut, command right arrow and that will nudge one frame at a time.
If you want to measure the gap by how long it is press “Command X” The command X is the mark clip, and a little box will appear like in the screenshot below and it makes it easier to see how long the clip is.
I’ve didn’t notice this before I started was that in the bottom left side of the screen shot is a circle if you press it you can move the files larger or smaller, similar to for the bottom right if you press ‘Command Plus” the audio and the movie clips will become bigger and if you press “Command Minus” it will shrink.