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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 1 Introduction

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In this first tutorial, Andrew Devis introduces his new series on Adobe Premiere Pro Basics (CS6 & above) with a look at the CS6 user interface (UI) and a comparison with the CS5.5 UI, along with a brief comment on what to look for when capturing your own footage.



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Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 1 Introduction
by Burt Ford
Dear Mr. Devis,
First thank you for all the help your videos have helped me for years. i haven't edited in over 5 years and photoshop looks so confusing to me. For some reason every pic i import in from my desktop folder of pics becomes the background layer and i cant import more than 1 per project.
Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 1 Introduction
by Edward Montezinos
Hi Andrew,

Can you tell me what would be the best setting to start my sequence with when I want to get the most out of my 1920x1080, 50p FHD(.mov) footage, taken with a Lumix GH3 PAL.

thank you,

Ed
@Edward Montezino
by Andrew Devis
Hi Ed

Really sorry for the late reply, I've just back from a short holiday.

If you are ever not sure what sequence settings to use, import the footage into your project panel and the right click on it and choose 'New Sequence from Clip' and this will give you the best settings for your footage taking into account frame rate, aspect ratio etc.

Hope this helps
All the best
Andrew

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Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 1 Introduction
by David Arumainayagam
Thanks. Will do what you have advised. Thanks also for the mail.
Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 1 Introduction
by David Arumainayagam
Dear Mr. Andrew Devis,
I found all your videos to the point and with the best articulation. Thanks for the effort.
Can one buy the whole series ? Then I do not have to go to the net every time.I would like to to use your method for creative a video for my students in medicine. What software are you using for the hotspot in the cursor and the free hand red loops over the area of interest.I tried some free screen shot capture tools and was not impressed.
I am registered with creativecow as agamdavid@yahoo.com. Can I get a reply in my mail if possible please.Thanks. David
@David Arumainayagam
by Andrew Devis
Reply sent to your email - but - you can download the podcasts from the podcast tab above and view them anytime. And I use Camtasia Studio to record my tutorials.
All the best
Andrew

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