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Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials - Premiere PRO CS5

If you're interested in learning how to use Premiere CS5, then check out the video tutorials below. These Adobe Premiere CS5 tutorials for beginners are from Premiere Pro CS5 Essential Training - an excellent video training course from lynda.com. Here, you'll learn the fundamentals of this world-class video editing program, and along the way, you'll also learn how to use video to tell compelling stories. Topics include: Adding footage to the Timeline, Making overlay and insert edits, Playing a clip backwards, Understanding pixel aspect ratio and frame rate, Applying motion effects, Cutting video to music, Compositing with green screen and blend modes, Correcting color, Creating titles and lower thirds, Exporting sequences, and more! To learn more about the course, watch the free Premiere CS5 video tutorials below, or you can also visit the course details page. To get access to this entire 5-hour self-paced training course, visitors of Tutorials 101 can sign up for a free 7-day trial pass. You will not only get free and complete access to this course for 7 days, but you'll also get complete access to lynda.com's entire training library of over 1000 courses.



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WATCH THESE 11 FREE VIDEO TUTORIALS FROM THE COURSE

What is Premiere Pro CS5? - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials


The Premiere Pro workflow - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials


Adding footage to the Timeline - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials


Making basic edits - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials


Making preliminary edits - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials


Creating overlay and insert edits - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials


Changing the speed of a clip - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials


Cutting video to music - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials


Creating a logo bug - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials


Removing a green screen background - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials


Creating cinematic color - Adobe Premiere CS5 Tutorials for Beginners - How to Use Premiere CS5 Video Tutorials

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Course Information

Training Provider: Lynda.com
Title: Premiere Pro CS5 Essential Training
Author: Chad Perkins
Duration: 5hrs 06mins
Date of release: 30 April 2010

Chapter 1: Introductory Project
The Premiere Pro workflow
Adding footage to the Timeline
Understanding timecode
Making basic edits
Getting familiar with the interface

Chapter 2: Importing and Organizing Footage
Setting up a new project
Creating a new sequence
Capturing and ingesting footage
Importing files
Sorting and organizing clips

Chapter 3: Basic Video Editing
Making a rough cut
Making preliminary edits
Creating overlay and insert edits
Using video layers to add B-roll
Using ripple edits and ripple delete
Performing slip edits
Using the Razor tool
Moving edit points
Navigating efficiently in the Timeline

Chapter 4: The Art of Video Editing
The job of an editor
When to cut
Avoiding bad edits
The pacing of edits
Using establishing shots
Using emotional cutaways
Fixing problems with cutaways
Matching action

Chapter 5: Helpful Editing Techniques
Using markers
Replacing clips
Exporting a still frame
Creating alternate cuts
Rearranging clips in the Timeline
Targeting tracks
Disconnecting audio and video
Reconnecting offline media

Chapter 6: Adjusting Clip Properties
Adjusting the rubber band
Adjusting clip position
Moving the anchor point
Adjusting clip size and rotation

Chapter 7: Playing with Time
Changing the speed of a clip
Using the Rate Stretch tool
Playing a clip backward

Chapter 8: Attributes of Video
Understanding pixel aspect ratio
Understanding frame rates
About HD standards

Chapter 9: Creating Moving Elements
Using layered Photoshop files
Animating clip position
Fading layers in and out

Chapter 10: Applying Video Transitions
Applying transitions
Using transitions effectively
Setting up the default transition

Chapter 11: Working with Audio
The importance of ambient audio
Cutting video to music
Changing audio volume over time
Fixing audio problems
Censoring audio

Chapter 12: Applying Video Effects
Creating censored video
Creating a lens flare
Creating a logo bug
Creating background textures

Chapter 13: Basic Compositing
Intro to compositing
Removing a green screen background
Compositing with blend modes

Chapter 14: Color Correction
Adjusting white balance
Increasing contrast
Adjusting luminance
Creating cinematic color
Creating a vignette
Creating a day-for-night shot

Chapter 15: Making Titles, Credits, and Lower Thirds
Creating titles
Creating a lower third
Animating rolling credits

Chapter 16: Exporting Video
Exporting sequences from Premiere
Exporting with the Adobe Media Encoder
The most common formats and codecs
Exporting portions of a sequence
Rendering letterboxed footage

Chapter 17: Working with Other Applications
Examining the other apps that come with Premiere
Working with Final Cut Pro
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