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Using Help
About Help
Navigating in Help
To find a topic using bookmarks
To find a topic using the table of contents
To find a topic using the index
To find a topic using the Search command (Acrobat 6)
To find a topic using the Find command (Acrobat 5)
Printing Help
To print Help
Learning About Adobe Premiere Pro
Welcome
Getting help
Working with Adobe Premiere Pro
If you want to mix audio
If you want to superimpose or composite clips
If you want to color correct a clip
If you want to prepare media created in other Adobe products for Adobe Premiere Pro
If you want to customize your editing environment
If you want to burn your movies onto DVD discs
If you want to capture and export video
Other learning resources
Adobe Premiere Pro support page
Step-by-step tutorials
Updates, patches, and plug-ins
Links to the Adobe Support Knowledgebase, containing the latest Adobe Premiere Pro technical support solutions
Training resources in print and online form
A searchable database of answers to technical questions
Links to user forums
Adobe Press
The Adobe Certification program
Adobe Solutions Network
Registration
Customer support
Key Features in Adobe Premiere Pro
Introduction
Create projects in a streamlined user interface
Browse media in the revised Project window
Expanded Monitor window
Enhanced media management
Improved motion paths
Keyframeable visual effect parameters
Customizable keyboard shortcuts
Improved scene detection
Create projects as part of a larger workflow
Tighter Adobe integration
Extensive hardware support
Extensive import and export capabilities
Continuous rasterization of EPS files
Export to AAF
Work with enhanced audio capabilities
Powerful new audio controls
VST (Virtual Studio Technology)
ASIO (Audio Stream Input/Output) compatibility
Adjust color values with ease
Native YUV processing
Three-point color correction
Edit with precision
Take advantage of editing improvements
Render-free editing experience
Work easily with digital video and export to DVD
Enhanced DV device control
Direct export to DVD
Tutorials
Logging and Capturing Clips from DV Tape
Generate a Sequence Automatically
Animating an Adobe Photoshop File
Apply an Effect to an Entire Nested Sequence
Create Rolling Multicolumn Titles
Burning DVDs in Adobe Premiere Pro
Working with Projects
About projects
Starting a new project
To start a new project
Opening a project
To open an existing Adobe Premiere Pro project
Display Only Exact Name Matches
Select
Find
Offline
Offline All
Skip
Skip All
Saving a project manually or automatically
To save a project
To automatically save a project or series of projects
To open a project file created by the Auto Save preference
Correcting mistakes
To correct mistakes
Working with windows in Adobe Premiere Pro
Using window and palette menus
To open window and palette menus
Open window context menus
Using tabs in windows
Using workspaces
To use a workspace
To save a custom workspace
To delete a custom workspace
Adjusting user interface brightness
To adjust the brightness of window and palette backgrounds
Viewing clip information in the Project window
To view a selected clip’s information
To play back a clip in the Project window
To designate a clip frame as a poster frame
Naming, finding, and deleting Proj ect window items
To rename a clip
To manage project items
Using source clips, clip instances, and duplicate clips
Source clip
Clip instance
Duplicate clip
To create a duplicate clip
Using bins
To add a bin
To delete one or more bins
To move an item into a bin
To display the contents of a bin
Using libraries from Adobe Premiere 6.5 or earlier
To import a library
Customizing the Project window display
To change the Project window view
To arrange items in Icon view
To sort items in List view
To customize general display options for the Project window
Using List view columns
To change the width of a list view column
To rearrange list view columns
To add a column
To customize List view columns
Name
Label
Media Type
Media Start
Media End
Media Duration
Video In Point
Video Duration
Audio In Point
Audio Duration
Video Info
Audio Info
Video Usage
Audio Usage
Tape Name
Description
Comment
Log Note
File Path
Capture Settings
Status
Offline
Scene
Shot/Take
Client
Compressor
Good
Using labels
To assign a label to a clip
To select all clips using the same label
To edit label names or colors
To set default labels for a media type
Working with palettes
Changing palette display
To show and hide palettes
To group the Info and History palettes
To separate a palette
To display the toolbox vertically or horizontally
Using the Info palette
Using the History palette
To display the History palette
To select a state
To move around in the History palette
To delete one project state
To clear all states from the History palette
Using keyboard shortcuts
Using the default keyboard shortcuts
To find the keyboard shortcut for a tool, button, or menu command
Customizing keyboard shortcuts
To create custom keyboard shortcuts
To remove a shortcut
To remove a set of shortcuts
To switch to a different set of shortcuts
Using scratch disks
Types of scratch disks
Captured Video
Captured Audio
Video Previews
Audio Previews
Conformed Audio
Maximizing scratch disk performance
Setting up scratch disks
To specify scratch disks
My Documents
Same as Project
Specifying project settings
General Settings
Capture Settings
Video Previews
Default Sequence
Specifying General settings
Editing Mode
Timebase
Playback Settings
Frame Size
Pixel Aspect Ratio
Fields
Display Format (video)
Title Safe Area
Action Safe Area
Automatically Scale Imported Media to Project Size
Display Format (audio)
Specifying Capture settings
To specify capture settings
Specifying Video Rendering settings
To specify video rendering settings
Compressor
Color Depth
Optimize Stills
Creating project presets
To save the custom settings as a preset for use in other projects
Capturing and Importing Source Clips
About importing clips
Capture checklist
Using the Capture window
To open the Capture window
To hide the tabbed controls on the right side of the window
Entering timecode values
To enter timecode
Logging and capturing for experienced editors
Setting up
Logging clips interactively
To log clips interactively
Batch-capturing tips
Using device control
Setting up device control equipment
To set up the capture device for device control
Setting up a project to use device control
To set up a project for device control
Using Capture window device controls
Performing a capture using device control
To capture an entire tape
To mark a clip to be captured using device control
To move or play in relation to the In and Out points
To capture a clip using device control
Capturing clips without using device control
To capture a clip with a noncontrollable device
Batch-capturing video
Logging clips as offline files for batch capture
To log clips using device control
To log clips manually using the Capture window
Specifying batch-capture settings
To see whether a clip has capture settings
To change a clip’s capture settings
To remove a clip’s capture settings
To specify extra frames to be captured at the ends of each batch-list entry
Using automatic scene detection
To turn on automatic scene detection
Batch-capturing clips
To batch-capture clips
To cancel batch capture
Troubleshooting batch capture
To manage capture errors when the Capture Settings Error dialog box appears
Importing and exporting batch lists
To import a batch-list timecode log
To export a batch-list timecode log
Recapturing clips
To recapture clips
Importing digital audio
Using audio from Adobe Audition
Using CD audio
Using compressed audio formats
Capturing analog audio
To set the location of a file captured from an audio-only source
To capture an audio source or voiceover
Importing clips
Video formats: Type 2 AVI, MOV, MPEG/MPE/MPG, Open DML, and WMV
Audio formats: AIFF, AVI, MOV, MP3, WAV, WMA
Still-image formats: AI, BMP/DIB/RLE, EPS, FLC/FLI, GIF, ICO, JPEG/JPE/JPG/JFIF, PCX, PICT/PIC/PCT, PNG, PRTL (Adobe Title Designer), PSD, TGA/ICB/VST/VDA, TIFF
Sequence formats: AI, BMP/DIB/RLE, Filmstrip, animated GIF, PICT/PIC/PCT, TGA/ICB/VST/ VDA, TIFF, PSD
To import one or more clips into the Project window
Importing still images
To change the default duration for still images
To change the duration of a still image in the timeline
To adjust the pixel aspect ratio of an imported still image
Importing Adobe Illustrator still images
Importing Adobe Photoshop still images
Importing layered Adobe Photoshop files
To import a layered Adobe Photoshop file as a still image
To import a layered Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator file as a sequence
Importing an animation or still-image sequence
To import numbered still-image files and compile them into a single clip
Importing another project
To merge a project into a currently open project
Changing the frame rate of a clip
To change the assumed frame rate of a media file
Creating a counting leader
Creating color bars and a 1-kHz tone
To create color bars and a 1-kHz tone
Creating black video
To create black video
Using offline files
To create an offline file
To edit an offline file
To replace an offline file with a source file that’s already captured
To convert an online file into an offline file
Analyzing clip properties and data rate
Data rate
Sample size
Differenced frames sample size
To see the properties of a clip
Using timecode for efficient capture
Recording continuous timecode as you shoot
Striping a tape with timecode
To stripe a tape with timecode
Replacing DV timecode
To replace the timecode on a tape
Capturing timecode
Manually setting timecode for a clip
To set timecode manually for a clip
About digital and analog sources
Connecting a DV source
Connecting an analog video source
Digitizing analog video as DV
Preparing for DV capture
To prepare for DV video capture
To set up capture preview options
Avoiding DV capture problems
Preparing for analog capture
To prepare for capturing analog video
Understanding offline and online editing
About online editing
About offline editing
About aspect ratios
About frame aspect ratio
About pixel aspect ratio
Capturing or importing various aspect ratios
Setting pixel aspect ratio
To set the pixel aspect ratio for imported files
Common pixel aspect ratios for imported files
Using square-pixel footage for output to DV
To use square-pixel files in a D1 or DV project
File-size limitations
Assembling a Sequence
Using the Monitor window
Displaying a clip in Source view
To open a clip in Source view
To clear clips from the Source view and menu
Using Monitor window controls
To play the Source or Program view
To view a different frame
To jog or shuttle through frames
Using Source view and Program view time ruler controls
Using Monitor window view options
Customizing the Monitor window
To customize the Monitor window view
Viewing safe zones
To view safe zones in the Monitor window
Choosing a Quality setting
To choose a Quality setting
Changing the magnification
To change the magnification of a view
To change the visible area of a view
Choosing a Display Mode setting
To choose a Display Mode setting
Understanding the waveform monitor and vectorscope
Using a reference monitor
To open a reference monitor
To gang the reference monitor and Program view
Using the Timeline window
Customizing a sequence’s time ruler
To toggle the time ruler display between frames and audio samples
Customizing track views
To expand or collapse a track
To select a video track’s Display Style
To show or hide audio waveforms in an audio track
Resizing Tracks
To resize the track header section of the Timeline window
To resize the height of a track
To change the proportion of video and audio tracks visible in the Timeline window
Excluding tracks
To exclude a track in a sequence
To exclude all video or all audio tracks
Locking and unlocking tracks
To lock a track
Adding, renaming, and deleting tracks
To add tracks
To rename a track
To delete tracks
Moving around in the Timeline window
To position the current time in the Timeline window
To display the sequence in more detail
To display more of the sequence in the Timeline window
Setting In and Out points
Setting, navigating, and removing In and Out points in the Monitor window
To set In and Out points using the Source or Program view
To set sequence In and Out points around a selection
To cue the current frame to an In or Out point
To move both the In and Out points without changing the duration
To remove In and Out points in the Source or Program view
Setting In and Out points for split edits
To set source In and Out points for a split edit
Setting sample-based audio In and Out points
To use audio samples in the Source or Program view
To use audio samples in the Timeline window
Using markers
Adding and changing markers
To add an unnumbered clip marker
To add a numbered or unnumbered marker
To go to a clip marker in the Source view
To go to a clip or sequence marker in the Timeline window
Moving and deleting markers
To move a marker
To delete a marker
Using sequence markers for comments, chapter links, and Web links
To insert comments and specify links at sequence markers
About marker duration
About chapter links
About Web links
Adding clips to a sequence
About insert and overlay edits
Specifying source and target tracks
To specify source tracks
To specify a target track
Dragging clips into a sequence
To add a clip by dragging to the Timeline window
To add a track while adding a clip
To add a clip by dragging into the Program view
Using Monitor controls to perform three-point or four-point edits
To perform a three-point edit
To perform a four-point edit
Adding clips from the Project window automatically
To add clips using Automate To Sequence
Working with multiple sequences and nested sequences
Using multiple sequences
To create a new sequence
To set the default settings for new sequences
To switch sequences
To view a sequence in a separate Timeline window
To open a sequence in the Source view
Nesting sequences
To nest a sequence in another sequence
Editing a Sequence
Overview
Editing clips in the Timeline window
Selecting clips in the Timeline window
To select one or more clips
Grouping clips
To group clips
To ungroup clips
To select one or more clips in a group of clips
Enabling and disabling clips
Changing clip duration and speed
To change the duration of a clip or still frame
To change a clip’s speed using a menu command
To change a clip’s speed in the Timeline window
Freezing a video frame
To freeze a video frame
Splitting a clip
To split a clip
To split multiple tracks at the same point in the Timeline window
Copying and pasting clips and clip attributes
To copy and paste one or more clips to the current-time indicator
To transfer clip attributes to another clip
Linking video and audio clips in the Timeline window
To link video and audio
To unlink video and audio
To automatically synchronize clips that were moved out of sync
To edit tracks of linked clips individually
Finding the source of a clip
Editing a clip in its original application
To edit a clip in its original application
To export a movie with the information to use the Edit Original command
Processing interlaced video fields
To specify field processing options for a clip
Removing parts of a sequence
Deleting space between clips
Removing a clip or a range of frames from the sequence
To remove frames without affecting other clips (to lift)
To remove frames and close the resulting gap (to extract)
To delete all clips on one track
Moving clips in a sequence
To move a clip to a point earlier or later in the sequence
To move a clip to a different track
To enable and disable the snap feature
To snap a clip’s edge or marker to the edge of another clip, marker, or the currenttime indicator
Trimming clips in the Timeline window
Performing insert and overlay edits in the Timeline window
To perform an insert or overwrite edit by dragging
Rearranging clips in the Timeline window
To perform a rearrange edit by dragging
Trimming with the Trim pointer
To change a clip’s In and Out points in the Timeline window
Trimming using ripple and rolling edits
To perform a rolling edit
To perform a ripple edit
Trimming using slip and slide edits
To perform a slip edit
To perform a slide edit
Using the Trim window
To open the Trim window
To find the edit you want to trim
To perform a ripple edit using the Trim window
To perform a rolling edit using the Trim window
To cancel an edit
To preview the edit
To loop the preview
To return to the Source/Program view
To set the large frame offset for trimming
Previewing a sequence
Previewing at the project’s full frame rate
To set the area to be previewed (the work area)
To render a preview
Previewing on another monitor
To preview on a monitor via a DV camera or deck
Working with preview files
To specify the disk location for preview files
Adding Transitions
About transitions
Finding video transitions
Using default transitions
To specify a default transition
To set the duration of the default transition
To add the default transition to the timeline
Dragging transitions between clips
To drag a transition to an edit point
Adjusting transition alignment
To align a transition by dragging
To align a transition by specifying an option
To simultaneously reposition both the transition and the edit point
Changing transition duration
To change the duration of a transition by dragging
To change the duration of a transition by specifying a value
Changing transition settings
To display and preview transition settings in the Effect Controls window
To change transition settings
Transition settings
Replacing transitions
Using the Image Mask transition
To use an image as a transition mask
Using the Gradient Wipe transition
To create a Gradient Wipe transition
To edit a Gradient Wipe transition
About clip handles and transitions
Mixing Audio
Audio mixing basics
Planning your audio workflow
About editing audio tracks and clips
About audio channels and tracks
Understanding how Adobe Premiere Pro applies audio settings
Working with the Audio Mixer window
To modify the Audio Mixer window
To control which tracks are monitored during playback
Adjusting gain or volume levels
To specify a uniform track output level
To mute a track
To edit a clip or track’s audio levels in the Timeline window
To specify a uniform gain level for a clip
Cross-fading or fading out audio
To cross-fade between two audio clips
To fade in a clip’s audio
To fade out a clip’s audio
To edit an audio transition
To customize the rate of audio fade or cross-fade
To set the default duration for an audio transition
Creating split edits
To create a split edit
Panning and balancing
Understanding when you can pan or balance
Applying pan or balance settings
To pan or balance a track routed to a stereo track in the Audio Mixer window
To pan or balance a track routed to a 5.1 surround track in the Audio Mixer window
To pan or balance a track in the Timeline window
Breaking out the channels in an audio clip
To break out the channels in an audio clip
Treating a mono clip as stereo
To use a mono clip as stereo
Viewing audio clips
To view audio clips
To view time in audio units
Setting a track’s input source
To change a track’s input
To adjust the audio hardware preferences
Routing track output
To route track output to another track
To completely turn off track output
Applying effects to audio tracks
To apply a track effect in the Audio Mixer window
To edit track effect settings in the Audio Mixer window
To designate a track effect as pre-fader or post-fader
To edit track effect settings in the Timeline window
To remove a track effect from the Audio Mixer window
To bypass a track effect
Applying effects to audio clips
Working with VST effects
To edit an applied VST plug-in effect
To select a preset for a VST effect
Working with submixes
To create a new submix in the Timeline window
To simultaneously create a new submix and assign a send
To route a track’s output to a submix
Using sends
To send a track to a submix
To edit send (not submix) settings
To designate a send as pre-fader or post-fader
To mute a send
To delete a send
Downmixing to fewer channels
To set audio preferences
Automating audio changes in the Audio Mixer window
To automate track properties over time using the Audio Mixer window
To protect a track property from being altered by the Write automation mode
To set the Automatch Time for Touch mode
Conforming audio
Using the Adobe Title Designer
Understanding the Adobe Title Designer
Opening a new or saved title
To start and save a new title
To open a previously saved title
To edit a title in an open project
Setting up a new title
Using templates
To load a template
To create a template from an open title
To import a saved title file as a template
To set a default template
To restore the default template
To rename a template
To delete a template
Showing video behind the title
To show a frame of video behind the title
To designate the frame shown in the window
To display the frame located at the current-time indicator
Previewing titles on an external monitor
To preview titles on an external monitor
Understanding title-safe and action-safe margins
To turn title-safe and action-safe margins on or off
Creating new titles with text and graphics
Using type tools
To type horizontal or vertical text confined only by the drawing area boundaries
To type horizontal or vertical text in a text box
To type text along a path
Selecting and moving text
To select a text box
To select a single character or group of contiguous characters in a text box
To move the text box
Scaling and rotating text and changing the text orientation
To scale or rotate a path
To change text orientation
To scale or rotate the text box
Changing font attributes
To change the font
To change the characters that appear in the Font Browser window
To change the font size
To change the text justification
Creating objects with the drawing tools
To create a shape using the drawing tools
To change the shape of a graphic object or a logo
Working with the pen tool
Drawing straight segments with the pen tool
To draw straight segments with the pen tool
Drawing curved segments with the pen tool
To draw curves with the pen tool
To create a curve within a straight segment
Working with points and curves
Adjusting points and curves
To add an anchor point to a path
To delete an anchor point
To adjust a control point
Converting anchor points from one type to another
To convert between smooth points and corner points
Using bitmap logos
To place a logo in a title
To place a logo in a text box
To return a logo to its original size or aspect ratio
Working with objects
Arranging objects
To arrange an object
Aligning and distributing objects
To align or distribute objects
Transforming objects
To adjust an object’s opacity
To adjust the position of a single object or multiple objects
To scale one or more objects
To change the rotation angle of a single object or multiple objects
Using object styles
Setting object styles for text
To change an object style for a text object
Setting object styles for graphics
To change an object style for a graphic
Working with fills, sheens, and textures
Changing fills
To change a fill for an object
Adding and changing sheens
To add a sheen to a fill
Loading textures
To load a texture
To turn off a sheen or texture
Creating strokes
To add a stroke to an object
To change the listing order of strokes
To delete a stroke
To add a stroke
Creating shadows
To create a shadow
Saving and loading styles
Modifying the style swatch display
To change the style swatch display
To change the default characters on the swatches
Creating and applying styles
To create a style and display its swatch or name
To apply a displayed style to an object
To duplicate a style
To rename a style
To set a default style
Managing style libraries
To restore the Adobe Title Designer’s default style libraries
To delete a style
To save a style library
To load a saved style library
To replace a style library
Creating rolls and crawls
To create rolling or crawling titles
To scroll a roll or crawl in the Adobe Title Designer
Using tabs
To set and adjust a tab stop
To view the tab stops without opening the Tab Stop dialog box
To delete a tab stop
Adding a title to a project
To add a title to a project
To change the duration of a title in the Timeline window
To preview a title
To output the title to an external monitor
Superimposing and Compositing
Understanding transparency
Defining transparency terminology
Compositing clips
To change how Adobe Premiere Pro interprets a clip’s alpha channel
Adjusting opacity
To specify uniform clip opacity in the Effect Controls window
To specify uniform clip opacity in the Timeline window
Working with keyframes in the Timeline window
Displaying keyframes in the Timeline window
To enable keyframe display in the Timeline window
To display clip opacity keyframes
To display audio volume keyframes
To display keyframes for a specific effect property other than opacity or volume
Adding keyframes in the Timeline window
To add a keyframe using the Add Keyframe button
To add a keyframe using the pen tool
Animating effects in the Timeline window
To animate an effect in the Timeline window
Navigating to and selecting keyframes
To select a keyframe
To move the current-time indicator to the previous or next keyframe
To select multiple keyframes
Specifying keyframe values in the Timeline window
To specify the value of an effect property in the Timeline window
Copying and pasting keyframes
To copy and paste keyframes
Deleting keyframes in the Timeline window
To delete a keyframe
Using keys
To apply a key to a clip
Using the Chroma key
Using the RGB Difference key
Using the Blue Screen and Green Screen keys
Using the Non Red key
Using the Luma key
Using the Multiply and Screen keys
Using matte keys
Using the Image Matte key
Using the Difference Matte key
To replace a static background behind a moving object
Using the Track Matte key
To apply the Track Matte key
Creating a garbage matte
To create a garbage matte
Creating a color matte
To create a color matte
Removing a black or white matte
To remove a black or white matte
Applying Effects
Introduction
About Fixed effects
About Standard effects
About track-based effects
Working with Fixed effects
About the Effect Controls window
To view the Effect Controls window
To view all effects applied to a clip
To expand or collapse video or audio effects headings
To expand or collapse an effect or property
To reorder the effects
To show or hide the keyframe area
To show or hide the timeline beyond a clip’s In and Out points
To play audio in the selected clip
Adjusting effect properties
To set a property value
To set a color value
To set an angle
To reset an effect to the default values
To temporarily disable or enable all effects in a clip
Using the Motion effect
Adjusting position, scale, rotation, and anchor point
To adjust a clip’s position
To adjust a clip’s scale
To adjust a clip’s rotation
Using the Opacity and Volume effects
To adjust the Opacity effect in the Timeline window
To adjust the Volume effect in the Timeline window
Working with the Effects window
To open the Effects window
To create bins of favorite effects
To remove a Favorites bin
Working with Standard effects
Applying and controlling Standard effects
To apply an effect to a clip
To remove an effect from a clip
To remove multiple effects applied to a clip
Copying and pasting effects
To copy and paste one or more effects
To copy and paste all effects using Paste Attributes
Animating effects by using keyframes
About keyframing
Activating keyframes
To activate keyframes for a property
Adding and deleting keyframes
To add one ore more keyframes
To delete one or more keyframe
To delete all keyframes of an effect property
Navigating and selecting keyframes
To move the current-time indicator to the previous or next keyframe
To snap the current-time indicator to a keyframe
To select a keyframe
To select multiple keyframes
To select all keyframes for a property
Moving keyframes
To move a keyframe to another time
To move multiple keyframes to another time
Copying and pasting keyframes
To copy and paste keyframes
Deleting keyframes
To delete one or more keyframe
To delete all keyframes of an effect property
Viewing and adjusting keyframes
To view, adjust, or add keyframes in the Timeline window
Working with keyframe interpolation
Setting keyframe interpolation
To change a keyframe’s interpolation method
Adding keyframes using interpolated values
To add a keyframe with an interpolated value
Manipulating a clip in the Program view
Animating Motion properties for a clip
To animate a clip in the Program view
Modifying the motion path
To change Position keyframes in the motion path
Correcting color in a clip
Using the Color Corrector effect
To adjust color using the Color Corrector effect
Using the Color Match effect
Using VST plug-ins
Adobe Premiere Pro Standard effects
Audio Effects
Adobe Premiere Pro includes the following audio effects
Video Effects
Adobe Premiere Pro includes the following video effects
Using effects from other products
Video effects included with Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro includes a variety of video effects designed to alter or enhance the appearance of video images
Alpha Adjust
Alpha Glow
Antialias
Basic 3D
Bend
Bevel Alpha
Bevel Edges
Black & White
Blend
Blue Screen Key
Brightness & Contrast
Broadcast Colors
Camera Blur
Camera View
Channel Blur
Channel Mixer
To mix channels in an image
Chroma Key
Clip
Color Balance (RGB)
Color Balance (HLS)
Color Corrector
Color Emboss
Color Match
Color Offset
Color Pass
To specify Color Pass settings
Color Replace
To replace a color
Convolution Kernel
To specify the Convolution Kernel settings
Corner Pin
Crop
Crystallize
Difference Matte Key
Directional Blur
Drop Shadow
Echo
To incorporate a clip’s motion into the Echo effect
Emboss
Extract
To specify Extract settings
Facet
Fast Blur
Field Interpolate
Find Edges
Gamma Correction
Garbage Matte
Gaussian Blur
Gaussian Sharpen
Ghosting
Green Screen Key
Horizontal Flip
Horizontal Hold
Image Matte Key
Invert
Lens Distortion
Lens Flare
Levels
To adjust Levels
Lightning
Luma Key
Median
Mirror
Mosaic
Multiply Key
Noise
Non Red Key
Pinch
Pointillize
Polar Coordinates
Posterize
Posterize Time
ProcAmp
Radial Blur
Ramp
Reduce Interlace Flicker
Remove Matte
Replicate
RGB Difference Key
Ripple
Roll
Screen Key
Sharpen
Sharpen Edges
Shear
Solarize
Spherize
Strobe Light
Texturize
Tiles
Tint
Track Matte Key
Transform
Twirl
Vertical Flip
Vertical Hold
Wave
Audio effects included with Adobe Premiere Pro
Balance
Bandpass
Bass
Channel Volume
DeNoiser
Delay
Dynamics
EQ
Fill Left, Fill Right
Highpass, Lowpass
Invert
MultibandCompressor
Multitap Delay
Notch
Parametric EQ
PitchShifter
Reverb
Swap Channels
Treble
Volume
Discontinued effects
Gallery of effects
Producing Final Video
Introduction
Exporting to DVD
To export a sequence to DVD
Export-to-DVD settings
Requirements for DVD output
Preparing video content for DVD
Preparing audio content for DVD
Activating the MPEG encoder
Using Adobe Media Encoder transcode presets
Creating a custom preset
To view a preset’s parameters
To create a custom preset
To include or exclude video or audio parameters
Video preset options
Audio preset options
To export a preset
To import a preset
To delete a single custom preset
To delete all custom presets
Alternates and Audiences preset options
To edit options for Alternates or Audiences
To change the displayed Alternates or Audiences
Metadata preset options
To edit Metadata options
To make all options blank
To change the displayed Metadata options
Multiplexer preset options
Exporting video as a file
To export a sequence as a file
To export a sequence as a file using the Adobe Media Encoder
Exporting to videotape
Preparing a DV program for videotape recording
To prepare a sequence for recording to DV tape
Exporting to videotape using device control
To record a sequence on videotape using device control
Exporting to videotape without device control
To record a sequence on videotape without device control
Opening a project in Adobe After Effects
To open an Adobe Premiere Pro project in After Effects
Exporting to AAF
To export a project to AAF
Exporting audio as a file
To export audio using the File > Export > Audio command
Exporting a still image
To export a still image
Exporting clips as still images
To export a series of still images
Exporting a filmstrip file for editing in Adobe Photoshop
To export a clip as a filmstrip
File types available for export
Specifying file export settings
General export settings
Video export settings
Audio export settings
Keyframe and Rendering export settings
About creating a video file for CD-ROM playback
About creating a video file for Video CD playback
About creating a video file for use in other software
About creating Internet media
Streaming video
Progressive downloadable video
MPEG video
Animated GIF
About file export settings
About compression
About data rate
About compression keyframes
About creating motion-picture film
Keyboard Shortcuts
Keys for selecting tools in the toolbox
Selection tool
Track select tool
Ripple edit tool
Rolling edit tool
Rate stretch tool
Razor tool
Slide tool
Slip tool
Pen tool
Hand tool
Zoom tool
Keys for working in the Monitor window
Slip audio or video independently
Edit audio or video In point or Out point independently
Key for viewing windows
Cycle through open windows
Key for navigating in the Timeline window
Set work area bar to sequence
Keys for capturing in the Capture window
Navigate through editable fields
Cancel capture
Eject
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