Learning the Basics of Video Editing and Adobe Premiere Pro

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I recently got together for a G+ Hangout with Sports and Portrait Photographer Carol Schlintz and LA Based ProTog Steven Lynch (who are a couple of my colleagues and fellow “Hybrid Heroes” from DiscoverMirrorless.com) to talk about video editing basics and how to use Adobe Premiere Pro.

Steven does an excellent walkthrough of the basics of editing and how to navigate the Adobe Premiere Pro workspace.

Although it’s technically a “Pro” tool, Adobe Premiere Pro is easy enough to be used by beginners, but it’s also chock full of advanced features that make it a perfect choice for those looking for a professional editing solution.

Adobe Premiere Pro is a very versatile application with tons of potential. But remember, we can only cover a limited amount of information in 1 hangout.  So if you have any questions at all or you would like to suggest other topics that you’d like to see in future videos, please leave you comments below.

AdobePremiereAdobe Premiere Pro CS6 Features

  • Sleek, highly intuitive, and customizable user interface-View more of your media with redesigned monitor panels, customizable button bars, and full-screen mode option.
  • Fluid editing workflow-Take advantage of the most requested editing enhancements, including over 50 enhancements to smooth the transition for those switching from another NLE.
  • Dynamic timeline trimming-Finesse your editing with precision using powerful trimming tools. Trim clips your way-directly in the timeline via keyboard entry or dynamically in the Program Monitor using JKL shortcuts.
  • Warp Stabilizer effect–Easily stabilize a bumpy camera move or lock a shot automatically with the same powerful technology as in After Effects software.
  • Powerful multicam editing-Quickly and easily edit multicam footage from as many cameras as you have on the shoot. View each track?s audio waveform, sync via time code, switch between tracks in real time, and adjust color across multiple shots.



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