Adobe Premiere 6


About this CD
What's New in Premiere 6
Overview of Premiere

Premiere's Interface

The Project Window
The Monitor Window
The Timeline Window
Setting Preferences

Media Acquisition

Digital and Analog Compared
Capturing Digital Video
Capturing Analog Video
Batch Capture/Device Control
Capturing Time-Lapse Video
Capturing Audio
Working with Timecode
Importing Clips and Media
Saving Projects/Offline Files

Basic Editing

Project Settings
Working with Clips
Storyboard Window
Trimming Clips
Using the Timeline
Rolling vs. Ripple Edits
Fades and Dissolves
Using Transitions
Transition - Gradient Wipe
Working with Audio
Split Edits
Exporting Movies

More Editing Techniques

Insert and Overlay Buttons
Timeline Editing Tools
3 and 4 Point Edits
Extract and Lift Buttons
Paste Attributes
Speeding and Slowing Clips
Motion Control
Virtual Clips
Mixing Audio

Filters and Effects

Simple Effects
Effects and Keyframes
"After Effects" Effects
Quicktime Effects
Audio Effects
Effects on Multiple Clips

Transparency & Compositing

Opacity Controls
Green and Blue Screens
Chroma Keys
Luminance Keys
Difference Matte
Image and Track Mattes
Alpha Channels
Dividing the Screen


Creating Text
Colors and Shadows
Rolling or Crawling Text
Creating Graphics
Using Titles in a Project

Exporting Movies

Export File Types
Exporting to Videotape
Exporting to the Web
Exporting to Other Media
Exporting Still Images
Batch Processing

Premiere in the Real World

Limitations of Premiere
Rough and Fine Cuts
Premiere and Other Tools