An Editor's Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro

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Peachpit Press, Aug 27, 2012 - Computers - 352 pages
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For readers who want to get up to speed on Adobe Premiere Pro, they need look no further than this fast-paced but thorough guide to Adobe’s flagship editing program. Three experienced editors take them step by step through the entire editing process in Premiere Pro in which they’ll learn how to perform professional editing tasks such as project management, multi-format editing, color correction, audio mixing, titling, effects, and delivering video to tape, the web, and mobile devices. Plus the whole process moves at an accelerated pace so readers can get back to editing even faster. The goal is within a weekend, they’ll learn everything they need to know to use Premiere Pro confidently for their own projects and client work.

Readers will be able to put their advanced editing skills to work immediately by using the accompanying hands-on lesson files to work through the steps in the book. They’ll further improve their knowledge through engaging video tutorials, handy quick-reference guides, and keyboard shortcut sheets all made available on the book’s DVD.

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Contents

Introduction
The Adobe Workflow
Configuring Your Nonlinear Editor
Setting Up a Project
Importing Media
Organizing Media
Essential Editing Skills
Additional Editing Skills
Color Correction and Grading
Essential Effects
Creating Titles
Publish Your Video
Appendix A Multicamera Editing
Appendix B DSLR Workflow Guide
TapeBased Workflows
Working with Final Cut

Timeline Operations
The Power Is in the Trim
Audio Mixing and Repair
Appendix E Working with Avid Media Composer
Copyright

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Richard Harrington is a director and editor. He has been a certified instructor for Adobe, Apple, and Avid. He is a Creative COW forum leader, a member of the NAPP Instructor Dream Team, and a popular author, trainer, and speaker. His company is RHED Pixel (www.RHEDPixel.com) and his personal blog is www.RichardHarringtonBlog.com. Robbie Carman is a professional colorist who works on numerous broadcast television series and independent films. He is a certified trainer for Adobe and Apple, a principal at Amigo Media (www.amigomediallc.com), a well-known author and speaker at industry conferences, and he is the Creative COW forum host for DSLR video and Apple Color. Jeff I. Greenberg is a professional editor, postproduction supervisor, and an expert in postproduction. He’s an internationally known trainer for Adobe, Apple, and Avid products. A popular speaker, Jeff also chairs technical tracks at NAB, is the program manager of the Editor’s Retreat, and is a forum leader at Creative COW. His consulting group is JGreenbergConsulting.com.

 

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