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Custom Workspaces in Premiere Pro

Custom Workspaces in Premiere Pro
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Have you ever wanted to have one panel in another place on your screen? Or maybe move your tools from the top to the bottom? In this Premiere Pro tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to customise your workspace to meet your own specific requirements and then how to save that workspace so that you can recall it quickly and simply, to use whenever you need. Learn how to create multiple different workspaces for all the different tasks you undertake in Premiere Pro so that editing becomes ever more intuitive. NB: This is particularly invaluable when more than one person uses your machine and you want to re-set the workspace to your own exacting standards after 'they' have messed it up ;o) ...

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Using Workspaces in Premiere Pro

Using Workspaces in Premiere Pro
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In this brief tutorial, Andrew Devis introduces some of the 'built-in' workspaces available in Premiere Pro to make your task of editing quicker and more efficient by giving you all the panels you need with the most effective layout in one simple action, rather than having to search for the panels and play around with the layout of Premiere Pro to get the feel you're looking for.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Using Effect Presets

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Using Effect Presets
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In this Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline tutorial, Richard Harrington shows how to find, create, customize and store your own effects using Effect Presets.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Understanding Nesting: A Key to Efficient Editing

Understanding Nesting: A Key to Efficient Editing
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Without nesting, timelines can quickly become unmanageable and impossible to navigate. When timelines are broken up into chunks that reflect the main elements of your story, you can keep control of your production while making quick, realistic editing decisions based on the elements you have in each of your sequences. By using nesting you can quickly and easily build the final product and still have fast and efficient access to all editing decisions. Nesting is an essential part of editing and incredibly valuable for that final color wash to give mood and substance to your production. In this Premiere Pro tutorial, Andrew Devis demonstrates how to use nesting, and how to think about your projects so that they can be edited in the most efficient way.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Editing Source Footage with FX Already Applied

Editing Source Footage with FX Already Applied
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Is there a simple way to add FX to your source footage and then use the source panel to select in and out point and add the affected footage to your timeline rather than adding the footage and having to apply the FX after the fact? Answer: Yes! This Premiere Pro quick tip video tutorial could save you a lot of time.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Subclips: What? Why? How?

Subclips: What? Why? How?
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Subclips are essential when you need to organise a long piece of footage into smaller, more manageable chunks so that you can keep track of your project. In this Adobe Premiere Pro tutorial, Andrew Devis explains what subclips are, why you may want to use them and how to create and edit them.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Creating, Saving & Applying Presets

Creating, Saving & Applying Presets
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In this brief Premiere Pro tutorial, Andrew Devis shows you how to create, save and apply your own presets to the clips in your timeline. Presets are a collection of effects that have been customised for your specific requirements and can be recalled and used at any time once you have saved them. This is particularly useful when you need to apply a series of effects to different clips in your project. All the effects can be saved into one preset with the correct settings applied and then this same preset can be applied to each clip rather than applying and modifying all the effects for every clip thus saving you a great deal of time and effort.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Adjusting Your Interface

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Adjusting Your Interface
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In this Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline tutorial, Richard Harrington gives a quick tip on adjusting your interface color to help your color correcting decisions.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Need a Photoshop Document?

Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Need a Photoshop Document?
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In this Premiere Pro video tutorial, Richard Harrington shows the fastest and easiest way to put a Photoshop Document into your Premiere Pro timeline.

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Richard Harrington
Adobe Premiere Pro
Color Correction 4: Secondary Colour Correction

Color Correction 4: Secondary Colour Correction
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In this Premiere Pro video tutorial, Andrew Devis will show you how to apply color correction to a much more specific area. Starting with an explanation of the three-way color corrector, Andrew will then go on to show how to use the secondary colour correction function to specify a color range and reduce the saturation of that specific range rather than the whole shot. Whilst being a more advanced technique, secondary color correction can make all the difference to a shot when something just doesn't look right or stands out much more than it should

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Color Correction 3: Vignette Techniques

Color Correction 3: Vignette Techniques
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Vignettes help to focus the action and keep the audience looking where you want them to look. You can make them as obvious or as subtle as you like and once you know what they are and how to use them you will see them being used everywhere. In this short Premiere Pro tutorial Andrew Devis demonstrates two different vignette approaches in Premiere Pro to keep your audiences attention on the action rather than on the background.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Color Correction 2: Primary Colour Correction

Color Correction 2: Primary Colour Correction
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The fast color corrector is one of the main (and fastest to render) color correction tools in Premiere Pro's arsenal of color tools and an essential tool for all video editors to master. In this tutorial Andrew Devis will show you how to remove a color cast from a video clip manually and with automated tool. Andrew will then show you how to use the automated levels controls to get the right contrast balance for your clip.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Color Correction 1: Brightness & Contrast

Color Correction 1: Brightness & Contrast
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The temptation is always to choose the easiest tool in the box when sometimes another tool will do an much better job! In this Premiere Pro tutorial Andrew Devis will show you how to avoid using the dreaded brightness & contrast tool and damaging your shot in the process! Andrew will show you the correct tool to choose so that the full dynamic range is preserved and your shot looks great when you need to brighten it or change the contrast.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Dynamic Link for the Premiere Pro Workflow

Dynamic Link for the Premiere Pro Workflow
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Dynamic link allows you to use the power of After Effects in Premiere Pro, but it is something that many people do not understand and so it is under-used. However, with dynamic link you can bring the power of motion graphics to your titles in PP with hardly any effort at all. In this tutorial Andrew Devis will explain the basics of dynamic link and then show you how to start a new AE composition in PP and use powerful motion graphic templates to animate your text. He then covers how to replace an item in your sequence with a new AE composition (i.e. a title) and lastly, how to use dynamic link to take the whole thing into Encore ready to make your DVD - all without rendering. However, please note the following: Dynamic Link only works with the Production Premium and the Master Suites. IT DOES NOT WORK ON STAND-ALONE PRODUCTS!

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Project Panel: Importing Footage

Project Panel: Importing Footage
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Adobe has expended a lot of effort to ensure that we can find, view, preview, edit in and out points and import footage straight into our project panel bins with minimum effort and maximum efficiency. In this Premiere Pro video tutorial Andrew Devis outlines the various options for importing assets, including looking at both Adobe Bridge and the Media Browser - both of which can save you a lot of time!

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Archiving Your Projects: The Project Manager

Archiving Your Projects: The Project Manager
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Archiving is really important as you can be sure that at some point either a customer will come back and ask for some footage from an old project or you will find you need to get a hold of some footage and you don't know where it is! However, good archiving of old material will help make this a far less painful experience. In this Premiere Pro video tutorial Andrew Devis outlines how to use the Project Manager to create both trimmed and full archived projects ready with all your footage to put on an external hard drive and save for when that day comes.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Project Panel: Preferences & Bin Structures

Project Panel: Preferences & Bin Structures
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In this Adobe Premiere Pro video tutorial Andrew Devis looks at some of the preferences that affect items in your project panel and show you some of the issues with preferences and imported footage. Andrew also will show how to create a bin (or folder) structure that works for you projects and some of the options to open and use bins to speed up the process of adding items to the right bin quickly!

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Project Panel: New Items & Templates

Project Panel: New Items & Templates
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In this Adobe Premiere Pro video tutorial, Andrew Devis shows all the different types of assets that can be created from the Project Panel and how to use them. He also looks at the seemingly hidden templates available to use directly in Premiere Pro to give your productions an even more professional look.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Project Panel: Organizing, Automating and Searching

Project Panel: Organizing, Automating and Searching
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The Project Panel in Adobe Premiere Pro is much more powerful and useful than many people realize. In this series of tutorials, Andrew Devis will show how to use the many features in the project panel to increase the efficiency of your workflow - starting with: Organising footage items, Automating them to a sequence as well as showing the very powerful Search options available.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
How to use Sync Lock & Target Tracks

How to use Sync Lock & Target Tracks
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When inserting new clips into your timeline from the source panel, often the new clips don't go where you want them to go. They may also interfere with other clips already in your timeline. In this Premiere Pro video tutorial you will learn how to make certain new clips go exactly where you want them to go, and how to ensure they don't cut-up or interfere with clips already in your timeline.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Unlinking Audio & Video and J & L Cuts

Unlinking Audio & Video and J & L Cuts
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How do you un-link audio and video so that you can separately edit the video to the audio and the audio to the video? Can you un-link them and yet still maintain a relationship between them? Can you re-link them after you've edited them? What are 'J' and 'L' cuts and how do you make them? Learn the answers to these and more in this Adobe Premiere Pro video tutorial.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Using Markers To Pace Your Editing

Using Markers To Pace Your Editing
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In this short Premiere Pro video tutorial, you will learn the principle of using the beat of your soundtrack to pace your editing to produce either a safe or an uneasy feeling with your production. You will learn how to apply markers and how to use those markers to guide your cuts in the timeline.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Understanding the 'Source Panel' tools

Understanding the 'Source Panel' tools
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Understanding the Source Panel is essential for a smooth and professional editing work-flow. In this video tutorial you will learn about the key features of the source panel, how to edit your clips to select just the parts you want to use, and which keyboard short-cuts to use for maximum speed when editing.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Balancing Audio Levels for Multiple Clips

Balancing Audio Levels for Multiple Clips
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You have lots of clips in your timeline which are all different volumes. How do you quickly match the volume of all the clips so that they are all matched? This quick tutorial will show you the tricks to know in Premiere Pro and Soundbooth to get the job done!

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Audio Editing Basics for Premiere Pro & Soundbooth

Audio Editing Basics for Premiere Pro & Soundbooth
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Good audio is a very important part of great video. In this tutorial, learn how to edit your audio in Premiere Pro and Soundbooth. You will learn how to use keyframes to adjust individual parts of your audio and then how to adjust the audio of whole clips in Soundbooth. See also the upcoming video on balancing or matching the audio of multiple clips for a more professional production.

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Andrew Devis
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