Adobe premiere pro cs6 classroom in a book lessons


    Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Classroom in a Book includes the lesson files that you' ll need to complete the exercises in this book, as well as other content to help. eBook Readers: Find Your Lesson Files Throughout this title you will see references to lesson or resource files on a disc. Please note that these files are. Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Classroom in a Book includes the lesson files that you' ll need to complete the exercises in this book, as well as other.

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    Adobe Premiere Pro Cs6 Classroom In A Book Lessons

    The 19 project-based lessons in this book show readers step-by-step the key techniques for working in Premiere Pro CS6. Readers learn to take a project from . Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Classroom in a Book [Adobe Creative Team] on The 19 project-based lessons in this book show readers step-by-step the key. I then go back to CS6 and the lesson file is there in my Project panel, You should use Windows Explorer outside of Premiere Pro to see if.

    The 19 project-based lessons in this book show readers step-by-step the key techniques for working in Premiere Pro CS6. Readers learn to take a project from beginning to end where they'll get the basics on things like organizing media, using audio, creating transitions, producing titles, and adding effects. Once they have the basics down, they'll learn how to take their projects further by sweetening and mixing sound, compositing the footage, adjusting color, using multicamera editing techniques, authoring DVDs, and much more. This completely revised CS6 edition covers new features, including the Warp Stabilizer effect for stabilizing uneven, shaky footage. Powerful new trimming techniques are explored in detail and an entire chapter covers the new expanded multicamera editing features. The new interface in Adobe Premiere Pro 6 offers many new capabilities to the editor who needs quick results and this book covers the workflows required to get the job done. Best of all, the companion DVD includes lesson files so readers can work step-by-step along with the book. Everything you need to master the software is included: clear explanations of each lesson, step-by-step instructions, and the project files for the students. Classroom in a Book offers what no other book or training program does-an official training series from Adobe Systems Incorporated, developed with the support of Adobe product experts. Note from the publisher: If you experience any issues accessing the files on the DVD please contact ask peachpit.

    Is it playable there? Finally, right-click it and import it. Does it show up in the Project panel as an online clip? If the answer to any of those questions is "No", then your media is corrupt in some way. Don't expect smooth playback, but you should be able to scrub it, and it should open in the Source Monitor if you double-click it.

    Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Classroom in a Book

    If you can't do that, either, then I suspect the DVD itself is bad. I'll be away from my computer for the rest of today and part of tomorrow.

    I'll check back here when I get a chance. I done as you instructed above and all seems well, I tried the scrubbing and loading into the Source Monitor pre and post import and all seems well. I also checked through all the other folders contained within the Assets Folder and done a quick scrub, load and import of random video files from them and all seems o.

    I think I have got it sorted and now realise where I was going wrong After doing as you instructed above and making my earlier post just above, it got me thinking slightly differently than previously. Previously I was just continuing on with the project and not really closing it down, just merely using the Media Browser in CS6 to locate the files that were being asked for as I worked through the book and importing them or trying to import them as I went I thought that way would have worked just fine, but seems to have been creating the problem.

    The book to me at least, seems a little vague in opening and closing instructions etc, something maybe in future publications could be emphasised more I used the Open Project option that is available on initial start up of CS6 and located to Lesson 6 then Lesson 7 etc, just as examples that is stored within my Adobe files on my HD, dbl clicked on the lesson folder and located the. Hopefully this is the end to my dilemma You don't have JavaScript enabled. This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled.

    Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. Please enter a title. You can not post a blank message. Please type your message and try again. Hello everyone, new guy on the block here and having problems. Can anyone give some guidance as to where I'm going wrong? I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0.

    This content has been marked as final. Show 12 replies. Are you copying the actual media files as well as the lesson project files? Hi Jeff, many thanks for the reply. Cheers, Jeff. Hi Jeff, many thanks for your reply once again So it looks like the media is there. Thanks, Marcus. I seemed to have solved my problem by doing this - I used the Open Project option that is available on initial start up of CS6 and located to Lesson 6 then Lesson 7 etc, just as examples that is stored within my Adobe files on my HD, dbl clicked on the lesson folder and located the.

    Jeff, I would like to thank you for taking the time to help me figure this out. Each phase has its own procedures.

    Preproduction In preproduction you generate all of the big-picture ideas and concepts, and establish general creative guidelines and styles. Once you formulate a concept, you then write your scripts and draw your storyboards. These will serve as your points of reference as you proceed to the production phase. As a result, preproduction can be the most creative phase of the entire process, and it will establish a general direction for all work to follow.

    This is also when you gather additional media—stock images, logo graphics, music and sound effects—that you want to include in your project. Just as much care and planning should go into the production phase as the preproduction phase because without good video, audio, and other media to work with, the next phase of the creative process cannot happen. Postproduction When you have all of your raw media, you are ready to put all of the pieces together.

    Postproduction is when you edit your video, mix your audio, animate your motion graphics, generate final composites, apply color-correcting techniques, output your final video master file, compress your video for web and mobile devices, and deliver your final output to the client or end user. Manage all of your digital assets, including photos, video clips, audio clips, and other media.

    Write your script using formatting presets and collaborate online with members of your creative team. Ingest your raw footage and create an assembly edit right away, adding searchable markers and temporal metadata. The hub of your video editing processes. Edit your video and audio in a Timeline, apply color correction, and create an audio mix.

    Create motion graphics in 3D space, composite multiple layers of video and images, and generate visual effects. Create multilayered bitmap image documents, edit still images, and create 3D graphics. Create multilayered vector image documents and design logo graphics and digital illustrations.

    Edit, mix, and restore multitrack audio. Color grade your final video edit using presets or customized settings. Create animation and interactive multimedia content for the web and mobile devices. Rather, this book focuses on the recommended workflows and the right tools for the job when using the applications together for your video projects.

    Each application has its own set of tools located in a toolbar at the top of the interface. By hovering your cursor over a tool in the toolbar, you can see a tool tip that shows the keyboard shortcut to access the tool.

    All CS6 applications have customizable workspaces that allow you to move interface panels to fit your needs, as well as convenient presets for commonly used workspaces. Time-based applications like Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, Encore, Prelude, and Flash all have a Timeline panel that enables you to play back and quickly scan through layers or footage by adjusting a current time indicator CTI. Image applications like Photoshop Extended and Illustrator allow a single image document to contain a stack of multiple layers of image data; each can have its own unique settings.

    After Effects compositions also use layers as objects stacked in a Timeline. These are commonly used across Adobe CS6 Production Premium to organize project media within an application. This greatly speeds your workflow and saves you time. For example, if you create a motion graphic in After Effects and want to add it to a sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro, you can import the raw unrendered After Effects composition into your Adobe Premiere Pro project.

    Any changes you make to the After Effects composition reflect automatically in your Adobe Premiere Pro sequence. This is explained in further detail in Chapter 5. You can also send your projects from Adobe Premiere Pro to Encore using Dynamic Link without rendering or saving an intermediate file. Typical formats for these include. Typical formats for audio clips include. Although these can be used in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Flash as raw media, editing and mixing of audio clips should be done in Audition.

    Be advised that. Some bitmap image file formats include. There are a few factors to consider when using one bitmap image format over another. For instance, consider whether you need a bitmap image format that supports layers. You should use Photoshop to edit bitmap image files.

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    Because of this versatility, vector images are typically used for logo graphics. Typical vector image formats are. You should use Illustrator to create or edit vector images.

    By default, Adobe Illustrator CS6 will save graphics as a. However, because the. Formats like. They each have different ways of storing video data, which may result in compatibility issues when transferring from one device to another. Fortunately, Apple QuickTime can be downloaded to Windows and Linux machines to provide them with the ability to play. Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 is able to edit nearly any type of video file that is playable on your computer, and Adobe Media Encoder can convert these playable media files into a grand array of different formats.

    Codecs are like languages; if your computer does not have a specific codec installed, it will not be able to read or write in that particular language.

    As newer codecs introduce better ways of encoding and decoding media, older codecs become antiquated and are less commonly used.

    The most commonly used codec for video sharing today is H. Unlike other codecs that were developed for one specific usage, H.

    A container format like. Therefore, the extension does not describe how the file is encoded and decoded but rather how the data is internally structured.

    Both the codec and the file extension are elements that have a direct impact on the quality and the accessibility of a file. Adobe Photoshop Extended and Adobe Illustrator documents. As new layers and additional graphics are introduced into these multilayered documents, their file sizes will, in turn, get larger.

    Project files exist separately from media files on your computer.

    Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Classroom in a Book Book/DVD Package

    This means that for a project file to function properly, it must be linked with all related media on your system. Self-contained files, like. Link-based project files, like those used by Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Encore, and Flash, do require active links to all associated media files.

    This will make it easier to move projects between systems without breaking links to the media files. The Adobe Premiere Pro user interface appears.

    The Timeline has a CTI that looks like a red vertical line with a yellow handle at the top. This action is referred to as scrubbing.

    As you do this, notice that the Program Monitor shows many offline clips in the Timeline.

    This is a fairly common occurrence, especially if a project file and project media have been copied to a different computer than the one on which the project originated. Although the project file opens and references to the media exist in the project, it still needs to be linked to all of the related media files for you to work with the media in the project. Fortunately, link-based project files, like those from Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, allow you to easily fix the links in the project to the media files on your hard drive.

    Then click the Save button. It will open as a floating panel in your interface and show a list of all of the Live clips, which are the ones currently offline. Notice that the icon next to each of these media files, or clips, currently looks like a document with a question mark, indicating that the media is offline.

    All of the clips in the bin will become highlighted, indicating that they are selected. Often, operations can only be performed on project items, such as clips in a bin or in the Timeline, if they are selected. Conveniently, because all of these offline clips were in the same folder, relinking one of them relinks all of them. You should see that all of the Live clips have been relinked and now appear in your Program Monitor.

    Press the spacebar to play the sequence. Note that there are a couple of clips in sequence that may not play back in real time, particularly the very last clip in the sequence. These are Dynamically Linked clips from Adobe After Effects, and they will be explained in forthcoming lessons in this book.

    E Tip: Press the spacebar to start and stop playback of a sequence in your Timeline. You should now be familiar with the concept of linking a project file with project media on your system. In Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, performance and stability have been boosted yet again, thanks to optimizations and enhancements that let you smoothly play and scrub through multilayer, multiformat sequences that include HD, 5K, and even higher-resolution footage containing effects.

    It delivers this kind of performance with or without a GPU. This allows you to work on dense, complex projects using a fast, GPUenabled workstation, and then bring them onto a lesser-powered computer and continue working without missing a beat.

    Global Performance Cache comprises a set of technologies: a global RAM cache, a persistent disk cache, and a new graphics pipeline. The Global Performance Cache is covered in more depth in Chapter 5. Overall performance optimization is apparent when you open, save, and export large files. Previews are faster, and interaction in general is more responsive.

    Creating a disk image to back up your system regularly Your system hard drive holds your operating system files and your applications. It is recommended that you create an archive of your system hard drive that has a fresh install of the operating system and all regularly used applications. Such an archive can be saved as a disk image file on a separate hard drive. To do this, you first create a fresh install of your operating system and applications on your system hard drive.

    Your system drive should only have the operating system and applications, nothing else. Then you create an archive of your system drive. Restoring your system hard drive should be done monthly or on an otherwise regular basis. Navigate to the media you want relinked when the file navigation window opens.

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