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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 90 Export 5: Media Encoder 2

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 90 Export 5: Media Encoder 2
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In this second tutorial on Media Encoder, Andrew Devis shows how to create preset groups for customers to ensure that you always export the same file types and minimize the risk of choosing the wrong presets when outputting multiple different sequences. Andrew also shows how to customize a preset to meet specific needs such as different frame rates or frame sizes etc and save that preset and add it to a preset group for the customer you created it for. Andrew then shows how to quickly select a smaller portion of the sequence so that you can test your output settings on a much smaller section of the sequence you want to export.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 89 Export 4: Media Encoder 1

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 89 Export 4: Media Encoder 1
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the Media Encoder to render out several different versions of a Premiere Pro sequence using easy to find and select presets. Andrew shows how to add sequences without even having to have Premiere Pro open and then change the preset to another one of your choice and add extra outputs to suit your customers' needs.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 88 Export 3: Export Settings 2

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 88 Export 3: Export Settings 2
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis goes through and explains many of the options on the right hand side of the Export Settings dialogue box.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 87 Export 2: Export Settings

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 87 Export 2: Export Settings
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis starts by talking about the 'Send to SpeedGrade' option and then moves on to discuss the selection settings (left hand side) in the Export Settings dialogue box.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 86 Export 1: Dynamic Link

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 86 Export 1: Dynamic Link
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to get a sequence from Premiere Pro into either Encore or After Effects using the 'dynamic link' function. Dynamically linking a sequence to either Encore or After Effects will mean that any changes made to the sequence in Premiere Pro will be automatically updated in the program it is linked to (Encore or After Effects). Andrew demonstrates both a simple 'drag and drop' as well as a menu driven approach to setting up dynamic link.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 85 Audio 15: The Submix

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 85 Audio 15: The Submix
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis explains how to create and use submixes in Adobe Premiere Pro. Andrew shows how to create a submix from both the timeline and the audio mixer panels and the how to route channels either fully through a submix or proportionally to get a more controlled result.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 84 Audio 14: Audio Samples

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 84 Audio 14: Audio Samples
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis talks about the difference between frames and audio samples in video and shows how you can work with audio samples to deal with things like lip-sync problems with video shot at some distance from the original speaker.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 83 Audio 13: Gain Options

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 83 Audio 13: Gain Options
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis goes through the right-click gain options for audio waveforms in Premiere Pro. These often overlooked options are very powerful when used to either maintain the relationship between clip volumes or break that relationship such that the volume of each of the clips in amplified to the maximum. Understanding these options will give you some quick and powerful tools for dealing with problem audio in your projects. Note: Gain should be sorted out before changes to volume for best results.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 82 Audio 12: Audition Tips

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 82 Audio 12: Audition Tips
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows some work-flows for processing audio from Premiere Pro in Adobe Audition. First, Andrew shows how to use powerful but simple EQ tools and then how to make sure that the volume is maximized whilst not going into 'the red'. Andrew then goes on to show how to match the volume of multiple clips with an automated function in Premiere Pro.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 81 Audio 11: Audition

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 81 Audio 11: Audition
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use Adobe Audition to separate the 2 channels of a clip already in the timeline so that they become 2 mono tracks. Although this is a potential work-flow for this problem of separating stereo to dual mono, it is not the best way of dealing with it and should only be done when there isn't really the option to go back and start with the clips from scratch once again.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 80 Audio 10 Stereo to Dual Mono

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 80 Audio 10 Stereo to Dual Mono
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis deals with one of the most common problems when dealing with audio in Premiere Pro - how do you change a stereo clip into a dual mono clip? Andrew will show how to change your preferences so that any imported clip will be seen as being dual mono in Premiere Pro as well as how to change a clip that is already imported into your project. Please note that it is not easy to change a clip AFTER it has been put in the timeline. However, Andrew goes on to show one option for muting one channel of a stereo pair in your timeline which can in some cases be helpful.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 79 Audio 9: Automation Modes

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 79 Audio 9: Automation Modes
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis goes through the 'Automation Modes' for animating audio volumes in Premiere Pro. Andrew explains the different options available as well as showing how to thin out keyframes and change the timing of the 'Touch' automation mode. This is an essential tutorial for anyone working with the spoken word and music as it will save a great deal of time with simple but effective audio animation.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 78 Audio 8 Clip Audio Animation

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 78 Audio 8 Clip Audio Animation
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In this tutorial Andrew Devis shows how to manually keyframe changes to the volume of specific clips in your timeline. This method can be useful for problems that don't respond well to automation but is not ideal for changing the volume over a whole production.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 77 Audio 7: Recording Audio

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 77 Audio 7: Recording Audio
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis demonstrates how to record audio directly into Premiere Pro, having a closer look at the preferences as well as discussing some of the issues that can be had with distortion and low signal to noise ratios when recording.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 76 Audio 6: The Audio Mixer

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 76 Audio 6: The Audio Mixer
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis goes through the audio mixer in Premiere Pro CS6 detailing all the functions and as well as talking about dB and showing the various display options.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 75 Audio 5: Some Audio FX

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 75 Audio 5: Some Audio FX
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis briefly goes through some audio FX that may prove useful in your work. This is not an in-depth tutorial but simply points out some of the more useful or powerful audio FX inside Premiere Pro.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 74 Audio 4: Clip & Track FX

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 74 Audio 4: Clip & Track FX
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to apply FX to clips and separately to whole tracks which is a very different process and there are some important things that you need to know so that you can find the effects and then how to modify them. Andrew also shows how to use the EQ FX.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 73 Audio 3: Clips & Tracks

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 73 Audio 3: Clips & Tracks
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis explains the differences between controlling clip and track audio in Premiere Pro - showing how to select each type and the options that are available.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 72 Audio 2: 5.1 Audio Channel

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 72 Audio 2: 5.1 Audio Channel
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to set up a 5.1 surround sound sequence and then how to map audio channels in the audio mixer in Premiere Pro.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
MEDIA MANAGEMENT

MEDIA MANAGEMENT
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Adobe Prelude CS6 offers a variety of new media management features. Rich Harrington will show you the best ways to import footage, set it to automatically copy to a new dimension, and powerful new transcoding options.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
HOVER SCRUB

HOVER SCRUB
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Adobe Premiere CS6 provides new browsing -- and editing! -- features for clips in bins. Rich Harrington will show you to preview the contents of any clip from the Project Panel or Media Browser. You'll also learn to set in and out points without ever having to load a clip. This means you can edit right from the bin onto the timeline.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
WORKING WITH RAW FILES

WORKING WITH RAW FILES
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Adobe Premiere CS 6 makes it easier than ever to work with RAW files. Rich Harrington walks you through some of the advantages of Premiere's approach to RAW support, including ARRIRAW and such RED formats as 5K.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
WARP STABILIZER

WARP STABILIZER
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Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 has a warp stabilizer tool that you may have heard about, but Rich Harrington takes you deep inside its many subtle options for the best possible results, while also showing you how to take advantage of the Mercury Playback Engine for maximum performance.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Hints 'n Tips: Multi-Track Clean Up

Premiere Pro Hints 'n Tips: Multi-Track Clean Up
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In this video tutorial Jon Barrie AKA "JB" showcases a way to clean up Multi-track cuts in Premiere Pro CS6. In this one take wonder, special guest Alexis "Lexi" Barrie (4yo) adds her own charm this video tutorial. Note: This tip can be used along any of the Premiere Pro versions.

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Jon Barrie
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 66 Color 19: Change to Color

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 66 Color 19: Change to Color
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the 'Change to Color' effect while also showing the importance of masking out the area of the footage that you wish to effect. Once again, the same effect can be had by using secondary color correction in the three way color corrector and once a mask has been created the hue can then be changed. The advantage of the three way version is a greater degree of control while the advantage of the 'Change to Color' effect is speed and ease of use.

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Andrew Devis
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