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 Classroom in a Book®

The Official Training Workbook from Adobe

Maxim Jago


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 Price
 4.00 USD
 Pages
 578 p
 File Size
 21,754 KB
 File Type
 PDF format
 ISBN-13
 ISBN-10
 978-0-13-529889-3
 0-13-52988-9
 Copyright   
 2019 Adobe 

Acknowledgments
Producing effective learning materials for such an advanced technology is a team effort. Friends,
colleagues, fellow filmmakers, and technology experts have all contributed to this book. There
are too many names to mention, but let’s say this: I have often joked that in Britain we don’t say
“awesome.” Instead, we say “perfectly acceptable.” On this occasion, “perfectly acceptable” isn’t
enough. Rather, I will have to say our British equivalent of “super awesome”: Those people who
make this world better by sharing, nurturing, caring, showing, telling, demonstrating, making,
and helping are all “definitely more than acceptable.”
Everything on these pages was inspected by a team of experienced editors who checked and
corrected typos, spelling errors, naming errors, false attributions, suspect grammar, unhelpful
phrasing, and inconsistent descriptions. This wonderful team didn’t just highlight text that
needed correcting. They offered positive alternatives that I could simply agree to, so in a literal
sense, this book is the product of many people’s contributions. I’d like to thank the teams at
Peachpit and Adobe Press, who made it possible to produce such a beautifully finessed work.
As each draft lesson was completed, and with the helpful guidance of Laura Norman, the most
amazing and highly experienced Victor Gavenda checked over the text to make sure it was
ideally accessible for learners, and all references to the technology were run by the remarkable
media technology expert Jarle Leirpoll, who has an incredible depth of knowledge of Premiere
Pro.
An amount of the content of this book is derived from material written by Richard Harrington,
five versions back. The original table of contents was worked out by the two of us, and though I
have updated Richard’s lessons, rephrased, and reworded them, a substantial amount remains
unchanged or is significantly informed by his great original work.
Finally, let’s not forget Adobe. The passion and enthusiasm demonstrated by those wonderful
individuals, who are so committed to creatives like you and me, qualifies as “the most acceptable
of all.” They are, indeed, extraordinarily awesome!
—Maxim Jago


Table of Contents
GETTING STARTED
About Classroom in a Book
Prerequisites
Installing Premiere Pro CC
Optimizing performance
Using the lesson files
Relinking the lesson files
How to use these lessons
Online content
Additional resources
Adobe Authorized Training Centers
1 TOURING ADOBE PREMIERE PRO CC
Starting the lesson
Performing nonlinear editing in Premiere Pro
Expanding the workflow
Touring the Premiere Pro interface
Using and setting keyboard shortcuts
Review questions
Review answers
2 SETTING UP A PROJECT
Starting the lesson
Creating a project
What do rendering and real time mean?
The Mercury Playback Engine
About seconds and frames
Typical drive setup and network-based storage
Setting up a sequence
Formats and codecs
Creating a sequence preset
Maximum Bit Depth and Maximum Render Quality settings
VR video
Review questions
Review answers
3 IMPORTING MEDIA
Starting the lesson
Importing assets
Working with ingest options and proxy media
Working with the Media Browser panel
Importing from Adobe Prelude
Making the most of the Media Browser
Importing still image files
Introducing Dynamic Link
Image tips for Adobe Photoshop files
Importing VR video
Using Adobe Stock
Customizing the media cache
Recording a voice-over
Tape vs. tapeless workflow
Review questions
Review answers
4 ORGANIZING MEDIA
Starting the lesson
Using the Project panel
Working with bins
Finding your media files
Creating Search bins
Changing the available label colors
How Metadata display settings are stored
Monitoring footage
Touchscreen editing
Modifying clips
What is an audio channel?
A few tips on audio clip channel interpretation
Review questions
Review answers
5 MASTERING THE ESSENTIALS OF VIDEO EDITING
Starting the lesson
Using the Source Monitor
Viewing video on a second monitor
Using a numerical keypad
Editing from the Project panel
Navigating the Timeline panel
Conforming
Using essential editing commands
What happens if you use four points?
Setting the duration for still images
Review questions
Review answers
6 WORKING WITH CLIPS AND MARKERS
Starting the lesson
Using Program Monitor controls
Comparing the Program Monitor and the Source Monitor
Typing timecode
Setting the playback resolution
Why are there so many ways to edit clips into a sequence?
Playing back VR video
What’s the difference between 360 video and virtual reality?
Using markers
Using Sync Lock and Track Lock
Adding markers with Adobe Prelude
Finding gaps in the sequence
Selecting clips
Moving clips
Default clip-nudging shortcuts
Extracting and deleting segments
Different shortcuts to add In and Out marks
Review questions
Review answers
7 ADDING TRANSITIONS
Starting the lesson
What are transitions?
VR video transitions
Using edit points and handles
Adding video transitions
Sequence display changes
Using A/B mode to fine-tune a transition
Adding audio transitions
Review questions
Review answers
8 MASTERING ADVANCED EDITING TECHNIQUES
Starting the lesson
Performing four-point editing
Setting editing options for four-point edits
Changing playback speed
Overcranking
Replacing clips and footage
Recognizing the downstream effects of changing time
Nesting sequences
Performing regular trimming
Performing advanced trimming
Making ripple edits with keyboard shortcuts
Trimming in the Program Monitor
Modifier keys
Review questions
Review answers
9 PUTTING CLIPS IN MOTION
Starting the lesson
Adjusting the Motion effect
Changing clip position, size, and rotation
Working with keyframe interpolation
Temporal vs. spatial interpolation
Adding a drop shadow and bevel
Review questions
Review answers
10 EDITING AND MIXING AUDIO
Starting the lesson
Setting up the interface to work with audio
What is an audio channel?
About audio level
Examining audio characteristics
What are audio characteristics?
Recording a voice-over track
Adjusting audio volume
Sending audio to Adobe Audition CC
Auto-duck music
Creating a split edit
Adjusting audio levels for a clip
Changing clip volume with keyboard shortcuts
The difference between Pan and Balance
Review questions
Review answers
11 SWEETENING SOUND
Starting the lesson
Sweetening sound with the Essential Sound panel
Adjusting dialogue
About the Loudness scale
Audio Plug-in Manager
Removing background noise with Adobe Audition
Review questions
Review answers
12 ADDING VIDEO EFFECTS
Starting the lesson
Working with effects
Other ways to apply effects
Sending a clip to Adobe After Effects
Working with master clip effects
Masking and tracking visual effects
Using keyframing effects
Understanding interpolation methods
Using effect presets
Using frequently used effects
Using multiple GPUs
Rendering and replacing
Review questions
Review answers
13 IMPROVING CLIPS WITH COLOR CORRECTION AND GRADING
Starting the lesson
About 8-bit video
Understanding display color management
Following a color-oriented workflow
Color correction and color grading
Why YC?
About primary and secondary colors
Additive and subtractive color
Using Comparison View
Matching color
Exploring the color-oriented effects
Fixing exposure problems
Fixing color balance
When is color correction right?
Using special color effects
Creating a look
Review questions
Review answers
14 EXPLORING COMPOSITING TECHNIQUES
Starting the lesson
What is an alpha channel?
Making compositing part of your projects
Working with the Opacity effect
Working with alpha-channel transparencies
Color keying a greenscreen shot
Masking clips
Review questions
Review answers
15 CREATING GRAPHICS
Starting the lesson
Getting an overview of the Essential Graphics panel
Mastering video typography essentials
Creating Graphics
Text styles
Creating a graphic or title in Adobe Photoshop CC
Working with shapes and logos
Making a graphic roll and crawl
Working with template titles
Introducing captions
Review questions
Review answers
16 EXPORTING FRAMES, CLIPS, AND SEQUENCES
Starting the lesson
Understanding the export options
Exporting single frames
Exporting a master copy
Working with Adobe Media Encoder CC
Using the formats
Uploading to social media
Exchanging with other editing applications
Working with edit decision lists
Final practice
Review questions
Review answers
GLOSSARY
INDEX
17 MULTICAMERA EDITING (BONUS)
18 MANAGING YOUR PROJECTS (BONUS)

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Getting Started
Adobe Premiere Pro CC, the essential editing application for professionals and video enthusiasts,
is an incredibly scalable, efficient, and flexible video editing system. It supports a broad range of
video, audio, and image formats. Premiere Pro lets you work faster and more creatively without
converting your media. The complete set of powerful and exclusive tools lets you overcome any
editorial, production, and workflow challenges to deliver the high-quality work you demand.
Importantly, Adobe has carefully developed a user experience that is intuitive, flexible, and
efficient, with unified design elements that match across multiple applications, making it easier
to explore and discover new workflows.

About Classroom in a Book
Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2019 release) is part of the official training
series for Adobe graphics and publishing and creative video software. The lessons are
designed so that you can learn at your own pace. If you’re new to Premiere Pro, you’ll learn
the fundamental concepts and features you’ll need to use the program. This book also teaches
many advanced features, including tips and techniques for using the latest version of this
software.
The lessons in this edition include opportunities for hands-on practice using features such as
chromakeying, dynamic trimming, color correction, media management, audio and video effects,
and audio mixing. You’ll also learn how to create files for the web and mobile devices with
Adobe Media Encoder. Premiere Pro CC is available for both Windows and macOS.

Prerequisites
Before beginning to use Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book, make sure your
system is set up correctly and that you’ve installed the required software and hardware. You
can view updated system requirements here:
You should have a working knowledge of your computer and operating system. For example,
you should know how to use the mouse and standard menus and commands and also how to
open, save, and close files. If you need to review these techniques, see the documentation
included with your Windows or macOS system.
It’s not necessary to have a working knowledge of video concepts and terminology, but if you
come across a term you’re not familiar with, consult the glossary at the end of this book

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