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Learn Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

Technical Tutorial Published 4/23/12 Last updated on 4/16/19
Use this collection of technical tutorials, from the Digital Video curriculum, to learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. Technical guides include: 1. Overview of the Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 workspace 2. How to import files 3. How to manage media in the Project panel 4. How to create a storyboard in the Project panel 5. How to trim clips in the Timeline panel 6. How to work with clips in the Timeline panel 7. How to create standard image, movie, and audio files 8. How to capture video 9. How to use editing tools in the Source Monitor 10. How to apply and adjust video transitions 11. How to adjust audio and apply crossfades 12. How to record a narration in the Audio Mixer 13. How to create TV news-style J- and L- cuts 14. How to edit in the Program Monitor 15. How to use Adobe Media Encoder CS6 16. How to use the Trim Monitor 17. Understanding the Titler 18. How to build text and objects in the Titler 19. How to work with alpha channel transparencies 20. How to use the Motion effect 21. How to add text effects 22. How to apply and adjust video effects 23. How to work with audio 24. How to change clip speed and direction 25. How to apply and adjust video keying effects 26. How to work with temporal and spatial keyframe interpolation 27. How to make text roll and crawl 28. How to use nested sequences 29. How to work with other motion effects and features

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    Edit media in its native format and create productions for film, TV, and web.

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Stoyanka Veselinova

Posted on 4/3/19 1:34:20 PM Permalink

​Thank you very much !

rania xris

Posted on 7/5/18 7:56:55 AM Permalink

thanks​

Tim Duffy

Posted on 7/1/18 4:02:22 PM Permalink

​This page is useless. None of the material any longer available. Not even the pdf.

Lynn Clifford

Posted on 8/11/16 8:12:26 PM Permalink

Thank you :)

Alec Kinnear

Posted on 10/5/13 11:07:53 PM Permalink

How can Adobe blow giving away Creative Commons material? By putting it in a proprietary unreadable format. There's no way I want to put Acrobat on my Mac (having had the experience of it lurking around). What's wrong with PDF and Preview?

Argh.

the thedaveed

Posted on 8/18/12 3:34:36 PM Permalink

Also: just noticed that between document 23 to 24, the 'project number' skips from 4 to 6. There is no project 5?

the thedaveed

Posted on 8/18/12 3:28:38 PM Permalink

This is practicaly illegible in Adobe Reader on Mac.... also very annoying to navigate in the (very pretty but not useful) Layout view.

Just spent the last 5 minutes exporting each section to a normal pdf to view in Preview (much better and more clear text and easier to scroll through!)

Adobe Education

Posted on 4/26/12 1:03:23 PM Permalink

@ Prof DuBois

This is a PDF portfolio and is not viewable in an Internet browser. Have you tried to right-click or Control-click on the file link and click Save File As and then open it. To download the free Adobe Reader, please visit http://get.adobe.com/reader/.

If you are still having problems please let is know.

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John A DuBois

Posted on 4/25/12 6:09:54 AM Permalink

I am in the process of downloading Adobe Reader X (10.1.3) on a MAC OS X Lion System. Presently, the download stated it would take 32 minutes to download. Now fifteen minutes later, it says "Install Time: 1 Hour and 23 Minutes." I am not even able to open up this Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. Please let me know what Adobe Reader to download for my mac operating system, as I would like to use this Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.

Thanks,

ProfDuBois09