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Over at Creative Cow, Andrew Devis has been hard at work creating a slew of videos for his ongoing series of Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 tutorials. The videos cover a multitude of topics like the basic interface, using the various editing tools, transitions, effects, titles, and most recently color correction and grading. Here are some videos from the series to get you started:

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Saving and loading project settings

The Save and Load buttons in the Project Settings dialog box let you save all project settings into a file and later load them into any project. For example, after completing a television program, you can load a different project settings file that prepares the same program for Web video. Premiere comes equipped with settings files preset for typical programs, which you can adapt and save for your own projects. Some video-capture cards may include settings files for Premiere. For information about loading saved settings, see “Starting a project”.

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Save and name your project settings even if you use only one set. This creates a backup copy of the settings in case someone accidentally alters the current project settings.

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Saving and Autoclave a project

Saving a- project saves your editing decisions, references to source files, and the most recent arrangement of the program’s windows. Protect your work by saving often. If you prefer, Premiere can save your project automatically at a specified interval. Premiere can either save the project to the same file each time or to a new file. For example, you can set Premiere to save a new archive of your project every 15 minutes, producing a series of files that represent the state of your project at each interval. In this way, automatic archiving can serve as an alternate form of the Undo command, depending on how much the project changed between each save. Because project files are quite small compared to source video files, archiving many iterations of a project consumes relatively little disk space. Archived files are saved in the Project-Archives folder inside the Adobe Premiere 5.0 folder. For information about other ways of returning to earlier versions of a project, see “Correcting mistakes”.


Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) is a file format that compresses video files effectively but is not as standardized as QuickTime or AVI. There are actually several variations

of MPEG. The version generally used for Internet and CD-ROM is MPEG-1, which provides picture quality nearly comparable to VHS. MPEG I2 can provide SVHS picture quality. However, the key frame-based compression that makes MPEG popular for delivery of final video makes it unsuitable for high-quality editing. MPEG export is not built into Premiere, but Premiere-compatible plug-in modules are available from other companies or may be included in some video-card bundles.

Streaming video

Streaming video resembles conventional television in that video is sent to you frame-by-frame, without downloading a large file to your hard drive. Streaming video export is not built into Premiere, but Premiere-compatible plug-in modules are available from other companies or may be included in some video-card bundles. Streaming video on the Web is-constrained by the limited bandwidth (56 Kbps or less) of most consumer modems. However, streaming video can be deployed effectively within intranets where high-speed bandwidth is more

readily available.

About creating a video file for use in other software

Premiere exports to many formats readable by other applications. For example, you can export a QuickTime movie for use in Adobe After Effects. When preparing to export to a video file for use in other video-editing or special effects software, answer the following questions:

  • What file formats and compression methods does the other software import? This helps determine which format you will use to export.
  • Will you be transferring across computer platforms? This may constrain the choice of file formats and compression methods further. Consider using high-quality cross-platform codec’s (transponders) such as QuickTime Motion JPEG A or B, or the Animation codec.
  • Will you be superimposing the Premiere clips over other clips? If so, preserve alpha channel transparency when exporting from Premiere.

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