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Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2021 Beginner to Pro

teacher avatar Nick Welch, Editor & Social Media Marketer

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Lessons in This Class

17 Lessons (3h 9m)
    • 1. Welcome

      2:27
    • 2. Work-space and why you need to Auto- save

      12:38
    • 3. How to bring in Clips

      18:51
    • 4. Timeline and Tools

      20:24
    • 5. Becoming Organized

      8:25
    • 6. Fixing Audio

      13:20
    • 7. Editing like a Pro

      21:12
    • 8. Basic Color Correction

      12:03
    • 9. The Effects Panel

      16:48
    • 10. How to add Captions to your Videos

      3:49
    • 11. How to Animate

      9:40
    • 12. Making special Effects

      12:58
    • 13. Playing with graphics

      7:30
    • 14. When exporting...

      7:57
    • 15. How to get FREE video assets

      8:29
    • 16. The Project Explanation

      11:08
    • 17. Ending and Thank You!

      1:00
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In this Skillshare class, you will learn many of the needed skills when working with Adobe Premiere Pro. Starting from the very beginning this class covers everything one may need to understand the editing program, from special effects, animation and color correction to the very beginning and understanding what a timeline is on the software. No prior knowledge of any editing program is required as the class starts with the basics, however, this class isn’t just for someone who wants to learn the basics of the program, in fact, the class goes into much detail about other topics. The class project will have you make a commercial for a product of your choosing, having you incorporate everything we learned in the class. 

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Nick Welch

Editor & Social Media Marketer

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Hello, I'm Nick. I have been working in the Video Productions Industry for a little over 4 years now. I have certifications in Premiere Pro and Adobe Photoshop and social marketing through Hootsuite. My real calling is Social Media Management though, I have been starting up different Instagram pages for the past couple of years now, in which I have accumulated over 150 thousand followers on that platform! I can't wait to share my knowledge with those looking to better their social media presence and their editing skills.     

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1. Welcome: Hello, everyone. My name is Nick and I will be your teacher along this ride of Adobe Premiere Pro 2019. Now I will be showing you guys how to go from a very basic level to a little bit more advanced. We're not gonna go full pro yet because let's be honest, is anyone a real pro at Toby from your pro? So I'm gonna show you a lot of basic stuff and a lot of great techniques that they use in the real life field. Video editing. Now, the your first idea of me might be, you know, I'm a little to you, and you might be right by that little little viewpoint. You know, I am only 19 and I am in college for this kind of stuff. However, I have been around the Adobe Premiere Pro for around 45 years now. So I've been using it for a while. And I know my stuff. No, I have an adobe certification in Premiere Pro. So I do know my ends and out of premier Pro. So I have been around here for a few times and I have a job at a video production company as an editor. So I do know tips and tricks on the inner fields. Now, in this class, I will not only be teaching you very basic stuff on how to edit also be going to color correction, animation, special effects. And it's a really cool clipping mask kind of things. So we're gonna cover it all, and it's gonna be well worth have you stick it on your way till the end. Now, biggest thing I get asked or the biggest thing that I asked myself really is You know what's different between, you know, YouTube in here, that I think the biggest difference is the connection with the teacher. So the connection with me to my audience, of course. You know, you know, through these projects that you're gonna be doing which we have a pretty cool project for this one, you'll learn later on what it is. But through that project, you'll be able to connect with your teacher and get feedback and, you know, get feedback from other people in the community to So you're building a community you're building. You know that one better step to get to know other people who are interested in the craft that you want to do. So that's why I think skill share is better for learning a skill than on YouTube, although you to have to pay for it. But what I did, I made this lesson free. And then the next lesson so you can get to know me a little bit more and then you go in the first lesson and decide from there. If you know if it's really worth your time and energy. You know, if you like my teaching styles of what not So without further ado, let's just go into the next lesson. 2. Work-space and why you need to Auto- save: however, one. And welcome back to the Adu been from your pro 2019 class. In today's lesson, we're going to start off with the uttermost basic we're going to. I'll be showing you how to make a new project or how to open Ah project and some basic settings in the workspace of Premier Pro. These 1st 3 or four lessons will just be very basic stuff, and it won't be until Lesson five or so where we start getting into some Mawr. Better stuff. But this is a class for people who have never either open from your pro for or they know very little about it. So if you have even used any sort of, you know, Adobe Program before or any editing program, you know, you could simply just double time through these lessons to make sure you know everything. But other than that, you should be good. But now, starting off to the this amazing home screen we get So this home screen thing came into us and, like, kept in 2018 they believe so before this little home page was in here. So this is it, you know. Welcome to from your prom so basically, if you had no projects here, it would just be completely blank and wouldn't say recent. And you'll just get the selection of a new project or open project. So let's say you have a project already, so you just would just click the open project button and then load. And then you can simply click which project that you want to continue editing and and it will just continue from there. However, we're still going off the idea that you have never used from a pro before. So you would like to start from the very beginning and make a new project. Also, keep in mind guys that all your recent projects will show up here. So by the most recent so yesterday, 11 days ago, and so far so we will start off in the new project button. Click that The first thing you're going to notice is it's You have to type in the name of this project. So this is very important and you want to make sure you have a name that you will remember . So I will name this this project here school fear there really, and then the location is another very important part. I've recommend you either have a location where you keep all your project information secure doing just one project or if you will be continuing a doobie from your pro who some a few months or a year or so. I recommend you have a space where you keep all your premiere profiles gives There'll be a great place where all the audio, all the auto saves will stay at. So you know where all your files are. So you just click browse over here, and then you would just, you know, select where you're going to save it. So I have mine select under videos, and I have not done it in pure files. And then we'll just save here and now you go over here and these are the basic settings, which I highly recommend you use for all your continued video or going through Premiere Pro . Now, these are just my personal preference and you can you're more than welcome to select and you see, if you like different things. I really like this for video, the time code, because it tells you how farm how far you are in the timeline. We're working on a video time wise compared Teoh frames per second. Which is honestly, I mean, unless you're working with something that you need the exact frames, there's not much point. So most importantly, you would use that because when you get inside Thea, the editing itself, you are able to change these things. But it is just another step where you could just set it up here. So I'm just going to click, OK, whenever we're ready. And, yeah, that's probably could happen to you. But I had a project called that. So Yep, we're continuing in, and then it just went open. All right. And this is finally Adobe Premiere Pro. We have it all open. So first things first, you will notice that my screen might not look like yours. So in case the layout does not look like yours, you want to go to window, then workspace, and then I'm on the editing. This is just my personal preference one. In fact, whenever I'm in different stages of the postproduction process, I go to the different setting. So when I'm working in, let's say a color correction, I will click the color just because I think it's easier because it just moves everything over. So it's a better of you. But for the basic starting out, I always used editing. I'm not a big fan of assembly, but this is just my personal preference. You're by far allowed to whatever, whatever you use and whatever you use whatever you like, go ahead and switch it up. I encourage you to, because this is just my preference. But in case you ever say, Oh, something's messed up or something is not there and just say this is all messed up, right? So then you want to go to Windows workspace and the reset to saved layout and then boom will go back to normal. So if you mess up anything, everything is back changeable. So everything is perfectly fine. Now we're not going to get that much into actual important files or anything else. I will just focus on the you know, the different sections of the layout here, and then we're going to go into some settings which are very important here. First things first, you have where my mouse is right here. This is what is known as the source panel. The source panel basically will show all of the videos that you have brought in through your project. Been right here and we'll show up right here. Now, Thies, this will not show your finished product. This will just be showing you clips that you're currently viewing. That's from your project. So let's say you have something in your timeline here. It will show up on your program panel, which is over here. This will be the Finnish, the Finnish in quotation marks here, product that you have were going on in your timeline, which the timeline is where you will be doing most of your work in making your video as smooth and, you know, just building your video itself. This is your toolbar. This has all the tools that you will basically be needing. Make your razor your selection, tool texts hand 10 all these basing things, and we'll be going to get into more detail on each one of these things later on in the future. Blessings and videos. This is just a very, very basic overview of all this stuff. But this is what I really wanted to get into on this episode. So if you are on, uh, Windows, you want to go to edit and references. You aren't on, Mac, I believe you want to go to It'll say premiere Pro, and I'll just say preferences. So yeah, just keep in mind that So I'm going to edit preferences. And then I just got general. All right, now, these this is some of the most important part Now, you may not know what a lot of these things mean. Honestly, I don't know what somebody's thinks me, but but does say is your best friend so automatically saved after, and then you can select how many auto saves you want to have. You know, I really recommend you have it set up. So it auto saves every so often in case your power goes out or you lose something or something happens, right? Just make sure you haven't backed up and you have an auto safe because, honestly, it has saved me multiple times because something happens where from approaches, crashes and I still have this to work out of, which is, honestly a lifesaver at sometimes. Then you can also set the maximum number of projects that you have, so basically, you don't want it to go over six that I have right here and again. It'll just depend on how much you want to have saved onto your computer. And then So we're just gonna look at the general section again. This is all just general preferences. So if you like double clicking with Ben's and stuff, we'll talk more about this later. But that's not really important. Appearance wines again. This is just say you want you look a little bit lighter or darker, you know, and the controls that this is just you appearance wise, right? So okay, audio wise, this is my selection of things I have in there. It might be a little different. I think I have the basic as I don't think I have anything switched. I'm pretty sure Audio hardware. This is saying You ever have a glitch or something where you were playing something on your timeline and you cannot hear anything from your headphones. I've had this happen, and somehow your your output has been switched out. So basically it's not coming from the's speakers that you have. I've had that happen a few times, and honestly, it sucks. So that's where you would go for that. You just goto audio hardware section and then memory. So you know, obviously, whenever it's rendering out and whenever you're working anything or going through timeline , your timeline in such it's going to take up a lot of your RAM. So basically, you know you dependent what you're also doing while working on your to be fair pro project and who keep that in mind. You can adjust that, you know I have mine adjusted. So only 1.5 of other programs could use the Ram when seven, when 6.4 will be four Premiere Pro, right? Because I have it set for performance. So you know, that's what I want to have it set up for. So I I know that I get a better working premiere Pro because that's what's important to me that knew everything smooth and I can watch everything and everything works out well. And that's about it. Preference wise that I really wanted to go over and to basically too slowly proceeded toothy, ending part of this video. I'll go back to where we began, which is just this home button, which is obviously takes you back to the opening home screen, which were at. So do you go over the basic lessons of what we have went over during this lesson? We learned how to open a recent projects that we've had and how to start a new project herself. At hold up, we learned the multiple different panels that show up on your workspace, including thes source and program panels and also the project been. We also learned about the different work spaces that we have and that I personally like to work inthe e editing workspace. But I do like to switch around, and that is all up to you guys. We also learned how to go and re sent your workspace if something's ever messed up, which is again window workspace and then reset safe workspace and then everything back Dylex to normal. And then finally, we talked about preferences in which, for PC, you go to edit preferences and in general, or if you're on Mac, it's I do from your probe and preferences. We learned in preferences have to set things up so it boots to make it. Whatever our liking is to make sure we have auto save on, because that is really important, and I cant dress it enough. I want to thank you guys for watching this lesson. I hope you continue on into the next part. In the next part we will be talking about how to import different videos and actually show it up into premiere pro again. I want to thank you all for watching and I will hopefully see you in the next lesson. Goodbye. 3. How to bring in Clips: Hey, guys, welcome back to another from your pro 2019 basic editorial. In case you don't remember last time we basically just opened a premiere pro and, you know, made a project. We went over the basic sections of premier Pro, and then we also went in and we went into preferences. Today we'll be focusing on waste. You can actually import your video into Premiere Pro and then we'll be talking about thes source panel. So we're just going to do the exact same thing that we did last time. We're going to open up the project that we had so good open project here, and then l will go to skill share. Open that All right now that we were in period pro, we could start importing some videos. There are actually a few different ways than you could import to your videos into Premiere Pro. It'll just matter on what's your preference on how you do it, So I will show you a few different ways that I use. So the most basic way is file click file here, and then you go import, click it and then you just select the video one soil when she's this for you and then just open and then, boom, it's in your project. Been so this your project bin. This is where you will keep this were from your pro will put an automatically dump all of your footage or anything else that you bring in to Premier Pro. So let's figure out a different way, another way you could bring it in. So if you just double click here, it'll open up the finder again. And then you just click on the thing you want and then click open and it's in so so four. That's two different ways. You can import footage into pro, and I'll show you my the one I use probably the most, just because I have a dual monitor set up. So I just open up my finder. It's over my screen, but here's my finder. When I go to the footage I want and then I just click it and I drag it into the bin and then build. We brought it so so far, we just have all three folder videophiles in toothy project Been, which is really nice, and they're all different ways. So getting just depending on which one you remember which ones easiest for you. Let's say if you have a dual monitors set up like I have, I always just have my finder open on other screen, and then I just simply drag stuff over, and it's really easy from there. But from there we're going to look at the source panels. So in case you do not remember from the last video, the source panel is this box right here. The stores panel is the videos that are not in your timeline yet, but that you could be looking at. So, for example, we have this video right here that I named teacher pointing. I will drag it up here, so I'm dragging it. I'm holding it, dragging it, and then just drop it into the source panel mixture, This is selected not the effects panel on my sure its source Palin, and then automatically it shows up, right? And then, from there you can see the footage. So you see this woman teaching here and then you can scrub through it and just look at it from there. So now I'm going to show you what some of these buttons mean and what they do and everything. So we're going to take it from there. It's all the stuff I will be teaching you from this. Come used the exact same way for the program Monitor Over here. And remember, the program monitor are is what you see from the timeline. Although you can export footage and what you have working in the source panel, it will not. You can't be adding different clips that has to be done in the timeline. So let's start from the very beginning. So in this panel, there are basically into your Veton basically of viewing the video you have in there. So you have this. This blue thing right here is your scrub head. It tells you how for you are in the video and how far you are long. If you want to move it to simply click it and just push it to however long you want it to go and you can also go backwards with it. I guess you want to do that? Uh, that's one easy way you can and quickly looked through it another way you can play the video is clicking this play button right here and then click play they'll go through. Ah, a shortcut for that, which I recommend is that the space are button that you click that it does that and to stop it just clicked the space bar button. Same way you started it. Or if you're pressing buttons wise, it's the same. But so it's right there really easy to remember. That is the short cut that comes with the program. So I didn't change anything with that. All right. Next we're gonna look the buttons right next to the play buns. So we have the step forward frame and then the step backwards frame. So step forwards from literally, just you click it, it goes one step forward in the frame. So this is really nice. Let's say you're editing something like audio wise and you want to go just really, really one step or next step. You just click this and then you can get to the perfect cut of what you actually want to go to. As for the shortcuts for them, those are your right and left arrow keys. So right, Eric E. Makes it go forward. One frame back. Iraqi Mexico backwards. One friend. So again, that will help you guys out in the future. Next we're going to the go out key. No one calls it a go out Means goes all the way to the end. That's what That's how I remember it. So no matter where you are in the video, you click that and goes all the way to the end of feed of the video. Same thing goes with the go in key goes all the way to the beginning of the clip and then the shortcuts Ford, our shift I in shift. Oh, you know, it stands for shift input shift output or shift in shift out. So shift. I doesn't I'm sorry. Shift. Oh, because look, go to me shift. Oh, cause they will go to the end and then shipped. I just beginning. I don't use the shortcuts for that. I just click that just because I don't I don't really know that one. Next we're going to go. I'll do these sides. So these are your mark in and mark out not to be confused with your in and you're out. So mark in and out Say you have just one little section You want of this video footage so you would stay. Say you wanted to start here at 48 seconds and you want it to end here at 51 seconds. So you would just go to where you wanted to start. So 48 seconds and you would click your mark in, which is just I for in and not to be cute confused with shift, I so mark in. So you click that and then automatically you'll see it's it goes all the way till the end. So because you have the mark and Premier pro just assumes you want it all the way to the end of the footage just because you haven't marked an output yet to market output just go to the frame you wanted to go to and you click Mark out or and then, boom, you have your little section right here. Now, if you notice once we did that, you get this little Ah, this little display right here. This is actually really useful for whenever you you're bringing in a clip from this to your timeline, if you just have a little section of what you want. So let's say you just want the video of this. You just simply click it and then drag it and drop it into the timeline and boom will show up in your timeline. So there's which timeline looks and, as you can see, basically the exact same buttons minus this one. So the same can be said with this button it looks like a little audio things. If you hover over its his drag audio only, See, Cook it, dragon, Drop it and I'll just have the audio in it. But say you want to this entire thing both video and audio so you can just click the in serpent right here, and then you have to make sure this play head is where you want it to be. So say I want it right there. Then I'll just inserted right there, and it automatically put it in there now notice. When I did that look right here, notice. Why did that? It shifted all this over to create all that speak all the space in between. So notice, So keep that in mind. It will. You don't have to make space for it because it will automatically just fill in the space. So let's say we have There's no space in between these two right here, Right? We just want to put it right here. Put insert, and I'll just go of and it just move this down and put this right here so you don't have to make space for as will do it for itself. All right, the next thing we're going on, we'll just look at this site, which is the ad marker tool ad market tool is great to say. You you're looking at a long footage and you know, you're not really sure what parts you liking, what park you don't like. So, for example, all while looking, this foot is yet this footage. So I I was playing with a little line thing and after effects. So say, you know what? I don't like this part right here. In fact, I want to cut away from this part. You could market just and you just click the add marker button and then I'll leave this little marker here in which it will just give you remind you it'll just give you a reminder . Hey, you mark this part in case you were wondering Now you can add more than one worker onto the clip at a market there at more there, so reality. You can add as much markers as you want, and from there you can actually just click and drag and move the markers around however many times you want. So it's really easy to do that not to get rid of a marker. It just as simple as you click on the marker with your right mouse or control, click or command clicking, and then we'll show up and then you just go to sergeant, Click it. They're real, then clear selected marker. Or you can choose just clear old markers and then I'll get away and you have to see it. It does not do anything. It'll just it just a reminder for you and help for anything for you. So now that we got all these done, let's move on to the over right. So over right does a lot what the insert button does except the off right bun overwrites whatever you have selected. So basically, instead of making that space, and it's just that the insert button did so it doesn't delete anything, do you? Over Right Button will just overwrite everything that's in its way so say I have my play head right here and my videos right here, it looking all nice. And then I put the over a button and it deleted all the video that was in here and replaced it with the new video that I have up here. So the overwrite gets rid of stuff, and the insert button simply puts it in. That's the difference between overwrite and insert. Last but certainly not least we have the export frame button right here. The export frame button do simply takes a picture off what you have right here. So you click it and then I will say Name it. So I'm just gonna david, uh, test. Then you want to accept what format you want to have it. So you have JPEG, GIF, bmp, P and G. So no whatever you want it, and then you just liked where you want it to, Ah, to export where you wanted to go and you Sprouse and drop it in. Then just click OK, and then you'll export and you can find it wherever it is. That's good. If you just want to see a picture of a single frame that you're making like a thumbnail or whatever, and it will be easy for you to bring out the picture from there. No, it won't take a picture of your entire screen off from your pro. It'll just take the a single picture from what's inside the source monitors just the video itself. So next thing we have is the play head position, and that just tells you how far along in the video you are and you notice that from the beginning it is the smallest and energies go for their long as the furthest. It just tells you, you know how many seconds you're in now you might be asking why it's 48 seconds in. It's because this was part up. This clip was part of like an original longer clip that had multiple different but places that I caught up the clip. So originally the clip was 48 seconds. So it just shows up where where it was. Let's say if I bring in a clip of some music that I have, I'll bring this in, so drop it in here and you see it sorts of it zero, and they'll go all the way to four minutes So, as you can see, it just depends on the video and how If you've cut it up before it, Premiere Pro will remember that. So, elder, it just tells you how for you are in the video. That's all the play head button does. So next to that, we have this thing that says fit that is thes zoom levels. So say you want to zoom in more on the picture that you have right here, say, for some reason you want to look at it 150% than you just, uh click it and then you just like the amount you want. 150. And then yet this is what the video looks at at ah, 150% on. Then just keep going back until whatever you want fit is three. You amount that you shot it at at the the amount where the video assumed back or not. Then you have 10% soon, far back 25 50 and then you know, so on you get closer and closer. So there that is. All right. Over here we have the playback resolution. So this is important. Say, if you don't have a super impressive computer with tons of ram and you, you're wondering, You know why the Weiss is taking forever for it, too. Rend around. What? What? Why does it keep like pausing and stuttering for Mito trying. Watch this. You're probably on full resolution, and your camp and your computer can't handle it. So what you what you want to do is just lower this down until you can get it. So it's watchable. So it's just the resolution. The quality does go down because you're lowering the quality, all right, next that we have the in and out duration that showed up when we have the in an outpoint selected here. So and it just said it just shows you how long you the in and out is. So it's just one second length. Like extend. It will say how many other seconds I add to it. That's all it is. If we don't have the internal points in here, then it's gone. It the edges shows up. You know how long the clip itself is. So this is a six second long clips, and it that's a little tell you from there. And if you're wondering how I managed to clear my in and out. You just simply right click on the gray spot right here and then clear in and out. Or if you want to just clear the end or clear the out, just go to here. And then from there you can also the mark the end marked the out and go or go to in good out. We, of course, have some more buttons. If you always want to add more things, you just click the button editor here, and it does have some of the buttons that already in here. So as you can see here, we have to step back, frame and step back. Step forward frame. Those were still here, but there's some other things that might not be that are not in the toolbar right here. So we have the clear in and then clear out. So you would just, uh it would be easier rate it clear in and out than having to, you know, right, click on the little scrub frame and then clearing it now. So it's just preference, really, and how to add these things, you just click and then direct. Drop it into here, just click, OK? And so this is what Ah, safe margins is in case you don't know it's safe margins is is basically just the basic, uh, rule that if you have something important or if you're putting in text or something, this is the area that is in quote safe to put it in. Otherwise he might be cut off by something else, right? And if you want to take something away, you just click it and then drop it back in. So that's how you get rid and add more stuff, and it's just really your preference. But if you ever say it's messed up and you don't want it that way and you want it back to our originally was just click reset layout right here and everything will go back to normal . So, yeah, that's about it. When it comes to the program of the Sons are the source monitor and then bringing in but videos and projects. And the next lesson we'll be focusing Mawr on the program under, and then the timeline, and then we'll look at some of the tools, but mostly we're going to go over the timeline in the importance of that because we dough basically all this stuff here. So until then, guys, thank you all for watching, and I will see you guys in the next lesson. 4. Timeline and Tools: Well, guys, welcome back to the Premier Pro 2019 tutorial case. You guys don't remember last episode we talked about have to import videos. And then we talked about the source panel over here and the and how It's basically exactly like the heart rate monitor, and we talked about all those tools. So if you miss that, go back and check that out. That's really important. Today we will be talking about the timeline and the tools that are in the timeline. So first off, remember that theme timeline? Everything you're looking at in the timeline you view from over here? Not here. So let's go over some of the basic things in the timeline. Now, First, I'm just gonna admit them so I can look at it. So I brought in all these videos and first things first, you might notice what I'll tell you would trust my eyes. You see this red line in this yellow line? This is important, because I It took me a long time before I realized this. But if you look at it, it might be a little Ah, a little slow to like they're gonna see that little stutter right? there. It might be a little slow whenever you're trying to playback of video because the resolution is too high and you have this mixed match of clips and primitive pro dozen like that too much. That's why threats telling you that. Hey, Premiere Pro doesn't really like this and it might stutter little, but the yellow says it's OK, but it still might stutter. And if we had a green, it's basically like your gear clear. You know, everything is rendered out. So how to read your things? So you want to remember We want to do what we did last time with the in and the mark in and mark out. So I will just click I over here, click I. Then we just scroll toe where I wanted to stop. So Mark Oh, right here and then I will go to sequence and then render in to out Click that and then algo rendering files and then you'll just render it out what you have selected in the timeline. So look at that running in and out on likely plays it and everything is green Now everything is clear. Everything is great now, so that's something really basic that I wish I knew whenever I first started. So and remember, just to get rid of this, you just right click it and then clear in and out. It gets rid of it. So now that we got everything rendered in announce let's look at what this timeline is. If you look right here, you have you one v two v three. Now I like to think of it as video 123 So this is where you were the video or the effects or anything you are physically seeing that would go on feast layers. If you knows I try to drag down here, it won't go because these are your A one a two a three. The's tracks thes are for audio. So notice Audie is right here. Audio will not go up here because it does not belong in video cause you can't see it. An audio belongs down here because you can only hear it. So think of this as layers. Uh, if you have, let's say three pieces of paper on top of one another, the one that's on top, you will be able to see the most. But if you you know you have one kind of poking out the back you'll be able to see that example of this is if I bring this up and I put this over this footage so normally it would be it'll be playing. She picks up the little tissue right there, right? But I move this over and then I'll go through it because it's on. It's on the top layer right here. It goes over it, so it overrides whatever is below it. And the 123 that just represents the number of players you have. You can always add mawr. If you're working on more projects, just right, click in this great space right here. Then add tracks and then, you know, just click, add, and then just click the placement of where you want it. So yes, we want after three and then you can choose. Okay, I want actually to video tracks and then two audio tracks and click OK and then boom it should all of the later show up. So that's always nice to add and stuff, and then you can always just go into the great spot and click it. So now some of the buttons echo with it. So if you notice right here, it has the toggle lock button. So if I would click this for this layer, I can no longer touch anything that's in this layer. This is what happens. Let's say if you have the bottom layer done of a video and you're just adding adjustments toothy to that to the video and you just want ad stuff on top of it and you don't want to make sure you get mess up anything. If you just click that on that, you cannot touch it and then just turn it off. You just click in, total the button, and the same thing can be said with this layer and just click it and I can't move anything . But I can move everything here. Uh, over here you have the the little I tool. So there's Iittle ages, turns off it, you can see it or not. So if you notice, turn it off and you can't see anything here. Likewise, if you go over here and instead of seeing this video talk goes off, you see the video below it. So that works. If you're just going through and quickly looking at different clips, and it it will help you out. Right now, it's like the audio thing. So the audio sound, the audio. You have this mute track bun, so it does exactly what you think of this. You click it, it'll mute the audio track for this little row here. Us can be said with the solo track button, which again, it just makes everything else. Solos it out. And it just this one track of line the same thing for the voice over Bun, in which you can just click the voiceover button right here. And then you can start talking. Numbers will count down, and then you could start talking and will show up on Lee in this line. See, just like right here. I don't have my mike hooked up for a premiere pro up. That's why that didn't show up. But it replaces everything that's in that path. So that's the basic of this section. You know, we have thes I usually have these all on just because it makes life a lot easier. For example, I'll just show you what happens if you don't have one of these things on. So let's say if I turn off snapping timeline, turn that off. Um, normally, it instead of me going over this clip, it would just automatically snap it on. But because I don't have that, it just what I can go wherever I want to give you a lot more freedom, I guess. But to be on the safe side does have that on, because it just it helps you out in making its snap or stepped to the plate head. So it helps you out if you want at a certain place, and you don't want overriding stuff, so I always have that automatically turned on. So now this is the fun part that I then want to go into. We have the toolbar menu, So selection tool is what I've been on. This is the basic thing when it comes to selecting things or clicking different buttons over here. And the shortcut for that is V and you know, that's what you just do all your selecting four. You know, move, click and drag over all this stuff and move it. That's basically what selection is for your just selecting items and you move them all around right next to that we have the trek forward, but honestly, the truck Ford button. I've only come in. I only started to use it recently because, honestly, I didn't. I haven't had to use for it too much to him recently. So basically what happens is wherever you click, it will take the clip and all the ones toothy right and old just and you can move it down. So say I have fists and I want this to move with it. Just click it and just drag it down. Uh, the only problem with it I they only complain I really have with it is, let's say you didn't want to move this, but because it's still like considered to be right at the same time is this it is going to move it with it, So that's my only complaint about them. The same can be said with the track back to in which you do again, in which you just select everything that's back of it. So say I want these three videos. Look it. It's like small and you can just track, so that's really easy. When it comes to selecting things and say you have you have everything all lined up. And then you realize you forgot one video, this one little piece of footage. So you have to move a few things forward and you've moved thing a few things back so you can get it perfectly in. And that's really nice for that. So next we have the ripple tool, so the ripple tool. I don't use a lot, but it's basically say you have this part right here and you're going to shrink this all the way to here. And you wanted to keep keep this amount of space here. That's what it's This is what it's useful. So you just click at the spot you want, just drag it in, and then it will keep the same amount of space that you had originally, and it just moves it over. So it's at the same spot it is. So it's a very like specific tool. And in case in, if you don't have the proper use for it, honestly, I don't have a much use for it to be dead, to be dead honest with you. All right. Next we have the rolling at it toe ruling at a tool I still don't use that much for, and it's still something that's kind of system specific. So for the ruling at it, toe, let's say you have this'll clip that you're like, Oh, I actually wanted to be I wanted to be longer and I wanted to go over this one a little bit more And I want this to, you know, short down. I don't really need it to be this long, so you would just go over to right, right where the clips meat and then you click it and then just drag it for however long you want it, and then it just it just overrides that and it just lengthen set. Uh, if the video is not long enough, so say right here, right. Uh, let's see these hormones is how long did it. Okay, so let's say it's all the way to the end already. You try to do that, it won't. It won't do anything because you already at the for this along in the video, so you have to have a long enough length in the video for to actually do this or it will not work. Now. The big thing with the ripple and ruling at a tool. You have to have a little cross section that you can see rights here. Between these two, you have to have a little cross section for them toe work. If the if they have, like a space between right here, it won't work. Well, I'm sorry. The ripple edit tool that work. But the ruling added, tool it. It won't work, so yeah. Next we have the great stress tool. I use this one not frequently, but I use it enough. This is if you want to speed up or slow down a clip. So let's say we already have this one to the for this extent, it is and say we You know what? This is taking too long. I want to speed up the process of this. So let's say I wanted to actually start here. But I want to be fast. So you just click it and drag it and then it, As you can see here, it's speed up by 100 speed by 100 10% and it's only at 100%. But say I wanted to, you know, increase its length. I want to be longer than it normally is. so you you click it, drag it and you keep dragging it. So now it's that 83% So it's a little bit slower than it normally is, so you know it. Just close out the It just makes it slower or faster, depending on the video. So a good example of this would be, uh, this clip right here. We have this clip right here say, I wanted to become really short, right? It has. It doesn't add anything to the video. It just simply just simply quickens it up. So, as you can see here just speeds it all up and compared to making it longer, it just makes everything go in slow motion. As you can see, it takes forever to that, right? So that's the rippling, rolling and right straights tool. Next we got the razor. This is the one that you'll most likely use the most because that's the one I use on this. So honestly, it's it's the one that's one of the ones you'll keep a shortcut to, uh, and the shortcut is see, just see. And what happens is you just go to a video clip you want, click it and then it separates that video into two different things. So let's say you have a certain port right here and you don't want this part right here. You have a different section you want, so you can just cut it, and then you can just move in, delete it. Right. So that's really easy. Uh, razor tool is it helps out a lot whenever you're just clicking, spicing things and helps you, you know, go through video and audio and makes everything better. Next, we're going to do the pen tool because, honestly, the slip and slide tool I I don't I don't use except maybe this slide tool right in the slide tool, because it just good for moving clips around. That's the only thing I used it slip tools. Honestly, I've different used a poor It's kind of stupid. Um, so I'm just move on to the pencil. So the pencil is you basically good draw or it helps. Makes masks were going to get into mawr into masks more later on. So for right now, um, go back. So all you do is select the pencil right here ords Pete. And you can just literally just start making a shape. Um, if you've ever worked in Illustrator, it's exact same way it makes a little graphic that shows up. It's pink. Later says graphic right here. Um and then from there you can, you know, manipulate it and just keep making it. If you hold down on it, you can make it smooth as compared to just dropping it and, you know, choose where it is. So then this is how you can be shapes or stuff like that. The area is you wanted to switch the color of it. Just make sure this is clicked and you're not just on this, but it should have showed up. So and then from there again, we will go over more this in the effects section and masking section, But you and switch the color, you know, make it red, right? And so you just make shapes and you know, you can move things all around resize stuff again. We will go over all this stuff and later lessons. I just want to make sure we go into the pens. And then if you just click and hold, you can see all the others things to see if the shape tool, which is a wreck us. A couple of different shaped tools with directing her toe rectangle tool, the Ellipse tool, which they just make their corresponding shapes. What, you just cook it and then you just hold it, make the shapes. There's the rectangle and same thing with the circle deal of stool that you can move them around and notice they all showed up in the same vector layer, so they all come in at the same place. They're all on the same layers. They don't have their own individual layers for each different shape. So that's that on the shapes again. We will go over all that stuff later on. It's just very basic for that. Next we're going to get a hand tool handle is a really, really great tool. That's what I use a lot. Except for the most part, I would just click the hand. Um, that's so if you just wanted, you know, move your way through this without touching anything without messing anything up, he says, You can see I'm trying to move this. It doesn't do anything. It just moves you throughout the timeline. Uh, if you would rather you can just use thes. It works the same way. But the shortcut for that is just each loops it around, all right. And along with that you have thes zoom, tool, zoom tool. You just click it and it zooms you closer. In toothy timeline, I used the shortcuts for that shortcuts. We're just zooming in, just minus to go out and then plus to go in, plus in my studio. And make sure if you don't press command or control when doing them. Because if you press control minus, make sure that selected and you do control or command minus. Uh, he's just shrink and then futures pris commander controlled Plus, to make it go up. So, yeah, don't hit commander Control It just plus or minus two makes I think bigger or not on. Then Finally, we have the text tool, so there's two different textiles. We got the the vertical and then the type tool. So vertical again. It just it just types and vertical right, and, as you can see, just typed in vertically instead of its normal way. And then that's how you do the title type of whatever you want, right? Um, in fourth aunt, you can either just click it and then we'll Dr Philip, type whatever you want or you can click and drag. So you have the specific area in which you want the type to go. Because if you just drop it in, then it will just be, You know, uh, it could go on for however long it is how long, how ever long it is. It can even get like for their out here, so you can't see it. So yeah, the text is more of the text boxes more if you have a specific area you want to cover instead of it just continuing on until you press enter began. That's about it again. We will continue. We'll go over how to switch colors when you go into the title title lesson. But until then, we're are not going to focus on that. I think we have covered. Learned enough for today's lesson. We've we've went over a lot. We went over the time line a lot of the tools over here, and, you know, we've really messed this up. We learned about rendering to renderings is always fun. So I guess that was something, um, basically in the next lesson, I will be talking about ways to help manage your files over here. So you know you don't lose them in Blue Creek bins and, you know, all dressed Sherry's an insider. Tips on how to make them look better look nicer and making more organized, because right now everything looks a bit jumbled and, you know, so this who will be the next step into not the very basics will be going into some more in depth stuff. So hopefully I'll see you guys and the next lesson. Thank you guys. 5. Becoming Organized: our guys walked back to another lesson. Today we will be talking about organization, these air, some crucial skills that I find really useful. This is form, or if you have bigger projects with lots of files, that you'll be dealing with things like graphics music in just all kinds of different videos or of your work with a large video project. And you have different section that you want to label. This is just a really good part for organization and really good tips and tricks. So first things first, I have just my blink. Ah, project. There's nothing in here is you can see the first thing. So I want to bring in my videos. So remember what I did. Lines time. You can either drag and drop, double click or file and then in force, so we're going to file important, and we're gonna go to wherever my videos are located. So I'm just gonna go and trump some stuff in here, so I'm just gonna click a few random videos and then click open and it's gonna bring in all my videos. All right, now that we got all of our videos in, so we have all these videos and these names don't mean anything. Like, for example, I have no idea what p one a 102 a one meetings, You know, that's just what the camera gives. So we wanna make sure we organize this. So I know for a fact which video I want 1st 2nd and third. Right. So I'm just gonna grab this and then click it and drop it into the source monitor and was like, Oh, it's this clip just clipped with little cup has slams down. That's that's why I know I need to know what this means in everything, right? So let's start off with sub clipping this. So this clip is 14 seconds. But as you can see here, it starts off when I do this twice. I don't need this. I don't need this whole thing's. So I just want little section that I'm going to use for my video project. So I'm going to start off and say I wanted to start here, so it's that this is a nice starting spot, so I'm going to market, remember how we didn't last part. We can either do I or we could just choose the mark in right here. Put that and I'm going to scrub. Move this head. Just move it to the sponte. I wanted to end, which is right there, and I'm gonna market out. So, Press Po, or I'm gonna press this. Now this the new part, we have this part shoes and we have this market. So I'm going to right click up on the video part up here, right Click and make sub clip right here. Click it and it's going to bring up the little box will say named sub clip. So, as you can see from this video, I have right here it's stick mug slammed down on the on like a countertops. I'm just gonna put down bug slamming. You know something? No slapping. So, you know, just something that I'm going to use that say, if I would to search for it later on, it's something that I'm going to remember when I'm searching for right and then you can choose where they're not. It restricts to the trims that is made. So basically it the cut you have right here, that is what it will going. That's what is going to stay two as you can't make it longer shorter. So this is what I like to do because this just a sub clip. So what is It just makes like another little file here, but you'll still have the original thing. So if you press OK, it's going to save it for safe first, as you can see here. So it made the new mug slamming thing right here, and it still has the exact same video thing right here is just added into it, right? So now I want to I'll just drag and drop it here and you can see it's just a video. I wanted nothing more, nothing less right So and I would really help. Let's say, if I have all these, like tons, different videos and I just want to have that one this'll one clip So I'll just type in Doug slamming right and shows up mug slamming it because this is your keyword search and it can still go through all the files you have here. So that's always really good for organization features. You know, I recommend you guys, but they're not. It's pictures or video clips. I recommend you go through this on you like, go through a bunch of stuff on your own and just label stuff. Do it a few times, so it So it gets, like, kneeled into your heads, you know? You know. Okay, so you have this little clip on bringing in, right? So remember, keep in Saiki an outright there. So remember, Mark in and mark out for I and oh, and then right click on the video itself and then make sub clip. Name it, Marsh. Hello, man. I'm bad at spelling. Click. OK, and boom, it's there. So yeah, we got both those right then and there. And we have everything organized now for another, like a layer on top of all this organization. So let's make some bins. So to make a been first things first you click on this spot in our here. Looks like a folder. Says new Ben, click it and then boom up been shows up. So then first things first they want to do is named the bit. So I'm just going to name it. So it cooks, all right. And then from there, I'm going to click one of the my sub clips. I've recently made the marshmallow man one drag and drop it into the subplot folder. Same thing with the mug. And then, boom, You have both these under the sub clip things giving us a little more space. Now if I wanted to organize it a little more. So I'm going to do videos that I'm going to highlight the one I'm going to shift, and then it's like the bottom one. So all just my video clips are selected. I'm drag and drop it into video. So then, boom. Look how it organizes. Look, house cleaned. A simple, that is. And then if I wanted to find another video, this one, I confuse it and and from here, here, make. So, Cliff, I'm just doing this quickly and I'll just name this trooper. Click it, Clay. Right. But just you remember, wherever you have the original video file is. So this is to 8128 ones inthe e video folder. It's going to make this sub clip automatically be made in the folder. So I just want to drag it drop in the cell, quit folder and then boom trippers in there, too. So it's that easy. And then from there you can always just search it. So, trooper, even even though it's in this folder, ill still show up in here. So it's that easy, and it organizes everything in a very, very awesome way. Again, I recommend you guys going through a bunch of clips that you have and just kind of sub clip around, you know, play with it. You know, get your mark in and out shortcuts memorized, and then right, click it and then, you know, so makes a few bins. So it just so you just keep getting a mental picture we had, you know? Okay, remember to organize this because this is a really good habit to keep in mind. Now, there are a few icons down here now, this is just a personal preference. So icon view, you know, if you want to do it this way so you can see all the video icons and stuff, you know, again, this is all just personal preference. And then soon in there, out. You know, this is just my preference on this, but you can always change that up to your personal preference and say you wanted to look at all the videos, right? So It's way easier to look at all the videos through here, right? We don't need that. Yeah. Just remember, go through this. Do this on your own. Try to organize it yourself because I just believe me on this. It'll make life a lot easier when it comes to making your video later on. 6. Fixing Audio: Alright, guys. So we're back, and today we're gonna be talking about audio. So we didn't some organizational parts in this. Um but we haven't yet done any audio parts we don't organization. We've done some video parts on how to edit videos and stuff, but let's go into some audio because audio is kind of like I think it's on its own. And I feel like a lot of people miss that when it comes to teaching and learning about that . So, uh, as you guys remember organization, so remember I had my video and subplots from last time. Now I have my music holder. So in here, I have this music part that, as you can see, I have on this track. But I just want the audio port, so I'll just click and drag this on to my timeline. Remember, I showed you guys this a few episodes back. A really easy way to get your audio in here without all your other stuff you don't want right, So we don't want the video. We're just working on the audio. So I have this. It's a it's a some and it's just this really long song. So there's armed for 4.5 minutes. Great. So you know, I'm listening through it. And, you know, there's a couple of different things a couple different ways you can edit. It looked your audio. But for because I told you guys to stay in the editing workspace. As you can see here when you're working, you can see the sound waves. So for the most part, you don't want read. So, like that means it's basically it's hitting too hard, like this part. That's when you'll really here in your headphones. Angel. That's the part when you know people start completing about it like this. Part C. It's OK if it's like a song wise, but if you were talking and you hear those peaks, that's when it's not good, and that's when people decided to change it. So I'm going to show you how you can switch your audio. And to be honest, audio is a lot like video in the way that it's kind of just your opinion and your take on it, and it's kind of just in the moment, so I can't really say you have to do it, you know, at this time you know, you got to do it. You gotta turned on your audio. It's kind of just whatever you feel, it makes it better difference. So remember, all the audio tracks are in the A one a two a three for this story parts so you can see all my audio tracks. So I wanna unlinked thes because these were all in the group right now. So first, we'll just look at this one track, so I'm going to ignore everything I've shown you so far. And were instead of the editing workspace, I'm going to go over to the audio workspace because, to be honest, you know, I think working in the audio workspaces lot better when it comes to, uh, you know, working with audio, you know, personally, whenever I'm working in, like, a different section, whether it's color correction or graphics or audio, you know, I go to that different section. But for the most part I stay in editing no, for assembly wise and effects, because the effects panels are just right there. But I'll get you more on that. But for audio, this is where I like to go. But, you know, again it it's really all of to you. As horrible as that sounds, it is all personal preference, and, you know, as the more you use it, you'll either get used to it in a certain way, or you'll be like, I don't like this at all and you'll try to do it on your own. But you know, all the windows are all in here. So let's say your audio track mixer, right? Audio track mixers. So you know, if you wanted to just add that in your editing section, so you know, audio track mixer, you know you can add it instead of going into audio. So, like everything is fully customers. So anyone, let's just jump into this. So we have You are a big audio part, right? Very cool, very nice. So first off, I'm just highlight the clip because that's always the most important part, right? You always might want. Make sure if you're trying to work on something highlighted because nine out of 10 times if something's not working and it's not doing the thing you want to do, you don't have the clip or the audio highlighted. So this is music, so I'm going to assign it as music, right? And this way it just makes it, uh it tells the programme that that's what the, uh the reason off the the audio is so it just it makes it easier for the program helping you to edit it. Right? So there are different different presets and effects for audio, But I will go mawr into the, uh I do editing effects. I'm sorry. Audio effects in video effects in the effects lesson. So we're just focusing more on how to edit audio. So right here is your level. So you want to just the level If you say this is to my like sample of this section this section you wanted to know you want it to go down, but you just want it from Let's say here to hear you want a little bit lower, so you want to make sure it is separated from the rest of the clip or else if you turn up the volume but lower the volume, the whole thing will just be lowered. So you want to go to your razor tool, which is C on your keyboard, and you just want to cut this one section so from here to here. We say we wanted to do highlight the clip, and then slower it down, and then you can hear it, right? See? And then it goes back up. So you could definitely tell the difference between it and that just makes a lot easier when it comes to, you know, editing and it, you know. Ah, a lot easier when editing some direct opposite with that. Now, while you're listening to that, as you can see here, Um Right. So you see here this part. So you this see, this part over here is basically sexing over here, except you can actually edit this as you're going. So this is It's a lot like the level system over here, except you can move it up and down. Remember, it works the same way. If you have the part little section cut, then it will just make a little section cut. If you make the whole list hole, Uh, four minutes, audio thing cut. Then it's going to be lowered for that whole four minutes, so it really depends on that. All right. And then you see where here says are, and then l So that means it's left and right. Right. So that depend. Cherie, your phones. So you know, you can adjust it. So the are So you're right here. Gets more, you know, sound. Then you're left here, or you can switch so your left ear gets more of the right here so you can just click and drag it or just use this, right? So, you know, tried it so feet are gets more. So if you hear this now, I can definitely here for, like, 100% certain, and you can see over here I'm pointing to this finger, but, um, you see, the all your tracks would be right here. So this'll one is way higher than the other ones. Right? Then if you want to just do it the other way around. So what, like Jurgen? So, like, definitely the left here gets way more sound than right here. So that's really cool to do. If you wanna have, like, some kind of effect where you know, uh, say you're doing something where you're playing with the audience that you know, the person is on your right. So you want to have all the audio more towards the right year. So that's something that's really fun and cool to do that. A lot of people really appreciate it more, right? So I taught you these this way on how to edit your audio. But there's also different ways that you can do it Mork closely. So I went back to editing workspace, and so we're gonna look at the timeline them. So first thing search. I'm going to zoom in. So I'm just going to make sure the works. Sorry. Just make sure the timeline it's like that. So it's not so. It's not highlighted over here. Come on, just click it. And so your timeline is highlighted with the nice glue, and then just click plus on your keyboard a few times until everything is really zoomed in and you can't soon anymore. So this really nice asses you could say we're really closed because how fast that is and how so it is this only, like one second. So that's were really close in. So say this part. Just this part right here. We wanted to go down Really? What we want to kind of like dip down. So this is a really cool thing to do So first we're going to slice it with the restroom. So click here and say right here. So we're going to move. Give us more room for this lamp. So we're just going to hover over this bar right here and this little simple should show, and then just click it and then drag it down. So this looks a lot bigger, right? So now that you look at it this way, it's really cool, Because, look, you can see your what? Your left years here and what's your right here? Ear is hearing. So now I'm going to go over to my pen tool. Really weird. I know, Um and then I'm just going to just click right here on the line. So click right there and you can see this little blue marker happens. Make sure you are on the line, and then just click. I don't know right here. And then from there, just go over to your selection tool again, and then you can move this up and down like this. So this is this is telling the program. So everything's going to be fine right here and then up here, it's going to gradually nobody is going to gradually become louder, then it's kind of level out up on The Highness, and then it's just going to automatically drop down there. We don't want to just drop out of nowhere. So we're going to get our pen tool again, drop a line right there, and then bring it back down so it levels off with the rest of the song. So what it's gonna do, it's going to kind of soon the level off, go up for split second, then drop back down. So this what here's like again, this is only like, literally one second. So you know what? Let me let me show you what it will sound like on a larger scale. All right, so this silver a few more seconds. So did you hear that? They kind of, like peaked over. I mean, I could make a little bit longer, just so, uh, so you can hear it better. So it's going to come loud. It went down a little bit and you know, the the opposite way, too. So instead of it being like, dramatically louder, you can make it long quieter. So it's looking that way, so that will be a nice way if you like fading into little fading office sequins or something like music. So that's really cool and really easy fund tips and tricks on how to actually added some audio. I guess this is very, very, very basic stuff. If you want to get into war audio stuff, I recommend, you know, just searching audio on school. Share I myself, I'm not a big audio mixer, you know, I just deal with cutting, pasting and clipping clips so the audio sounds good. I'm or on the videos side, so audio isn't my big thing, but this is the basics on on audio. 7. Editing like a Pro: everyone. And welcome back to another lesson here in the Adobe Premiere Pro 2019 class here. So today's lesson. We're going to be talking about work when you talk about editing, because I have yet to really cover how to edit. You know, we've gone over all the different sections here. Different tools, all kinds of different things. But I have, yes, actually cover how to edit. So I have some. I have a little clip here that we're going to chop and piece together and make it sound and look for the eyes. So I believe this one, right? You're pairing up. So I did this interview with her. She's a nurse, a teacher. And it is It's really rough. As you can see, the beginning all played a little bit. Yes, it's not even the interview. I have to fix it up. Um, also, if you saw this, uh, the audio is only playing on one side is the headphones, which means that, um, you know, I have to fix that because that gets really knowing really fast. In fact, I forgot that that happened, And when I opened up this program and Godless filed out, there's something wrong with my headphone lining. But, yeah, it's this. So let's get in and fixes so very first thing you want to do, you would like you want to make a new sequence, right? We have no sequins. And, you know, because as your first clip, you can simply just drag and drop it into your timeline right here. Or you can do it this way, which is probably the best way. So you get the best settings for that specific clip and you right click on it. Or if you're on Mac, you know, command and then you go to new sequence from clip and then you click it. Have doom. This is the perfect sequence for this, uh, for this clip that you have here, even mind that if you have, um So if you have a if you got were on a shoot with little different clips, but you use just one camera that you should be able to just make one sequence and put all this stuff and there are no resolution or nothing should be wrong. Uh, unless you switch something on the camera. However, if you had a shoot and you have multiple different cameras. Like a drone shot engine. You have, like, regular camera for Detroit. That would be different. So what I would personally recommend is you. You know, you make sure everything's good on one. Ah, for the one camera. You, you know, maybe do some a little bit of editing a k. You know, you just murkier now points of what parts you wanted. The cliffs later allowed in timeline and export it. And then you do the same for a different camera. So you don't lose any, uh, a resolution or, you know, you don't lose any anything. So you know, I recommend that. And then when you're done and you make sure you export in the same kind of settings, you bring it back into very pro and then edit it out because that'll make sure everything's perfect. But enough of that, because we're talking about editing. Right? So we got our sequence here of our lovely lady right here. And so first things first, it's really knowing Will hit play thing this I don't know if it showing up on my recording . No, I think it is, but yeah, it's on Lee. You could only hear the one side. So this is the left side so he wouldn't want to go to effects. And then I want to go to fill. You want to fill the right with the left? I think I always get mixed up. No, we're good. Look that and then evens it out. It makes it a lot easier. Listen to, because I would get a headache if I just had one year being Listen to this the entire time . So I'm not going to go through this entire four minute video of editing the whole thing. But I'll go through some of it to show you some tips and tricks on how to continue with it . So first things first, let's start at the beginning that they don't give up on us. So, you know, obviously this is a really needed in the beginning of the interview because it's, you know, it's some guy talking to her. He was just guys who is standing by the side. What? We were getting a camera all set up and ready. Um, but yeah, so we don't need this. And you know what? I know this is going to go on for a while. so the best thing to do to go through a clip quickly Wallace Ning into the audio is pressed The l button. Make sure you got the timelines like the a k a. The Blue, the blues little highlight thing is not here. Here, here it's on the timeline and then make sure that's needed. Just press, uh, space bar to play it and then else look. And now it's and now it's speeding up and you know, you can still kind of hear the audio and because it's not too fast that, uh, that you can't hear it, but it's fast enough that you don't have to sit through it. And it just be really long. Also, if you wanted to, you impress l like once, twice, once more and the twice another go so you can hit two more times. But each time it goes lot faster and they after you hit it another time after the ones. So have you had it twice? Uh, you can you can basically not here at all, so I consider it pointless. But, you know, this was a tip that I learned probably about a year ago, and it saved me so much time doing this because it makes everything a lot easier during the editing process. Just gonna say, But I don't look at you. Look at this. So please. Okay, here. So here ago. All right, so there you get. So we're up to the point where the questions So, you know, this is actually beginning of what I want, but I want to make sure the question is out of here. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to use my good old razor tool wishes, See, for command as we went over in the toolbar section little earlier and just cut it right there, get my selection tool back, which is key, and that I'm just gonna find like this. And personally, I just believe it, because I know effect. I'm never going to use it because I'm not I don't do bloopers. I know I'm not going to use that. So, um yeah, so I'm just going back. I'm pressing my plus and minus keys to zoom in and out of the timeline, and I got all this space and I don't want all this makes so I could do it. A few to a few different options on how I can move it over to, uh, to make sure I don't to make sure there's just not 30 seconds of absolutely nothing. So I can either do this, move it all down, which it's okay, But if you have plucked, Eclipse gets really annoying. So what I recommend is you just right click in this space that's in between yet not up here , this basis in between right here and says Ripple, delete. Click that and it moves all and you moves it all down. Best part about that is say you had another Clipper behind it. So you see, I have you know this. So I have this driving clip, like right, right behind it, right? Look at that and then right click it and it follows it, because if I had to drag this down, that would stay out here and now how to drag that town? So if you had lots of clips that would get really annoying, But instead Streck, click, Ripple, delete, lose everything down. Everything becomes a lot easier. The same thing could be said and done if there's multiple clips and there's a space in between you see, you deleted a little section that you no longer want. Um, So you have these two out here and you have this one and say you had you had a little video that was here before deleted, double the space in between. Just right. Click their moves, everything together, literally. It gets so it's so it's so much better and so easy. And I loved. So that's where I highly recommend one to leave things in between. So let's just continue on. My name is Pam Dawson, and I am a registered nurse and I am employed at the Columbiana County Career Technical Center as a health teacher. Okay, there were up to me, teacher. That's the end of it. So I'm going to cut right there, Right, Right, And get another questions. So I'm just gonna do the same thing again. If I want to get rid of that, that horrible noise. Everyone hates that. That noise. I want to try to get rid of that. Make sure it sounds good, right? So I'm just complete that ripple. Delete again. Bring it over. So let's hear that again. Make sure it's smooth. Academy teacher. Ah, my typical workday starts about seven. So if you noticed, there it, um They're so you see this little gap? It kind of like a jump. Right? So what I noticed a lot of people do is day just kind of do it a different angle. Because if you just move it at a different angle, it doesn't look as that. It just looks like it's a different camera shot. Right. So let's do that and see what that looks like now, Adami Teacher. Ah, my typical workday starts about 7 30 Still doesn't sound about right, because that the teacher, um I tip typical. My typical My tip if you even cut right there because I don't want to hear that on that longer. My tip. So let's translate that to see what happens with that. Let's see that My typical work. So And you You hear that, right? That that. Thank you. My typical. There you go, teacher. My tip of a little peek you could hear a little peek and audio. It's like a look. A little noise. It is from the audio. Like, listen to it again. Really closely. Teacher. My typical. Yeah, that I I can hear it. It might not come through on this, but I can hear a little tick. So what I do is I try to just play around with ah, with a little bit of some audio transitions. Because that sometimes works. Teacher Typical. Yeah, See, that could get that gets rid of it. Can I play with that? Expected from Fayed. Typical. There we go. You hear that? The health academy teacher. My typical worked. What has the health Academy teacher? My typical work days. See, that's a lot. See, that's a lot better. See, And to if I had some b roll footage which I didn't, because I'll be honest things club is really old, and I just need to find something that I could quickly shoot out at it. But yeah, I say this. I just want to video. So I just click the video thing cause I just wanted that That's doing weird stuff, So I only want that one section. Oh, Pierre. Ago. Aziz, you notice here it's a lot more zoomed in compared to this, So that's because this is different camera settings than what this is. So what I want to do is simple skill to firm size. Just click that and then, boom, it looks a lot better. So what I did was I just right? Clicked on the clip right here and then scaled. And just as the health academy teacher, I think I don't know what that's flipping off, huh? All right, there, you That's teacher. My typical work. See? And now we got that. I don't know what it's looking before, but now click this again. Wash it. Academy teacher. My typical work day started and and the Health Academy teacher. My typical workday starts about 7 30 c. And it would fit better. There was a clip that I could do with what she was talking about. Was that really that's what you want when you're doing stuff like this, But I just can't find my footage about this. So, um, so what you want to do is just bring footage that has something about that cover that and then and looks a lot more natural over that. Right? So and that's really all you're doing. You're just going through this and you know you're trying to make it look as good as possible trying to cover up trying to cover up any mistakes that the person that you're talking to, or anything, or really anything into the editing. You know, if something happens, like you say, your camera moves up or something, you know, get some other footage, put it over on top of that, you know, don't don't put footage that is not good on on, you know, to export, you know, put some better footage on top of that, you know, cover up their mistakes because that's what editing is. Four. You know, that's the point of editing your fixing things that happened. You have this sort of second chance, so just go through it and you try to fix it. 7 30 77 45 with things coming in the morning for two hours and 40 minutes. Have lunch. Have seniors in the afternoon for about the same time. I'm usually here after school, grading papers, working on skills with students, stand on getting ready for there again and getting them ready for employment. See, in another good practices, uh, probably my And also, uh, another good habit is, you know, Sprinkle across multiple Sprinkle across different sections of ah, different B roll footage. So it doesn't look like you're just trying to cover stuff up. So if I had multiple different clips, right? So if I had multiple different clips, why is that so blue? I don't know. It's like a secret setting. There's something I happens. But God love anyway. So just Sprinkle or just Sprinkle little B roll clips around, so you know it fits. So it does. It's not just rain in parts were there would be a little transition in between. You know, it's during the whole lot of it. So the viewers kind of used to it, and they see it as a normal thing. And it makes the mind mentally think. Oh, it just, you know, it's just another part. There's nothing wrong with the clip. And honestly, it works. Even if you have, like that little peak of audio that makes it sound a little bit weird. Doing this with the clips. It makes it like 10 times better, and it does trick the mind into leaving Nothing. It's like because I promised because I've worked. I work in a video production company. I know this is what we do. If someone messes up, we have to cut and we have to start again. We just put the, uh, we just put a B roll over it or we just kind of move the frame so it just looks like it's a different camera angle and, you know, mentally because, well, sitcoms and movies and TV shows and all this stuff that we watch, we mentally think, Oh, yeah, it's It's OK. It's just a different shot of an ankle. It's just continuing on because they're just continue along with the same thought. With that, you can also, you know, you can cut up what people are saying. It just put B roll over its and you really manipulate what happens, which is evil. But at the same time, if you wanted ah, a certain something to say like a certain someone to say something or if you, if a person was rambling and was going on and you just want, like, main points and ideas, you can just spice up that one parts of what you want and you just get what you want. But say you don't want I would say, Yeah, you don't want the video with it, but as you can see here it's connected simply right. Click on that and unlinked sent and then, boom, you do whatever you want to the audio intellect, this video for all whatever happens, you know, it's all up to you. But seriously, right clicking is like your best friend when it comes all kinds of stuff because it has so many awesome things like skill frame size. We just showed you, uh, what else can you do? It's a big thing. Okay, so say you had color correction and effects done to this, and you wanted the Saxon thing to happen to another clip you have if you just copy and then go to another club and just paste as tributes. And that would keep all that would paste and, you know, put everything like your color correction, your facts and everything onto that one clip. Same thing goes with remove attributes. It just takes away everything replaced with clips. Also, something really nice. It's, you know, say you want to replace of clip with something else that you have, that's all you do. Just replace clip and then just select where it's at in there and then simply good. So labels also good if you have multiple different ideas or things in one long project, and you want to, like, label them like by question. Like first question second question like third question, Say, like 33rd question Ford question. Fifth question. Say that. So what you do, you just right click that and then when he's got a label label manner, then yeah, right Label then say tan right? And then before you know it use you will automatically having like a mental note, as in thinking, Oh, that's 1/5 question. Oh, that's the fourth question, right? So you know, it gives you a mental note of what happens. So here's my rule of thumb. If you ever have an idea off what you want to do, like if you if you want something done and you think you can do it in from your pro Google it 100% because I can promise you you can take as many courses as you want A Premiere pro, there's You will not learn every single thing in Premiere Pro, and that is the ultimate biggest fact. Google it. And where are the day and age where you know se Google has the answers and you know it. It will give you the best way and easiest and fastest way to get something done, because there are tons of different ways you can go around to do stuff. So, for example, labeled. So just highlight that. And then you go toe edit at a label or same with the attributes things. So really, there's so many different ways to do stuff. So you're not going toe learn just one or two or three ways even, you know, as I have shown you how to import cliffs or how to make a sequence. There are tons of different ways, and you're just gonna get in the habit of doing one, but the same time you want to keep in the back of your mind. Oh, this is another way. You do it. So that is it of basic video editing again, this was very basic and you know it. It gives you the gist of it. I mean, Premiere Pro, all said and done is a lot like every other editing software. When it comes to the nitty gritty, it from approaches gives you another edge off more stuff that you can do when editing 8. Basic Color Correction: all right. Today we're going to be talking about color correction and color grading. So color grading and color correction, or actually, two different things. You know, you might think of it as the same thing because they are very close. And, you know, some people might, uh, say them as, like one or another. But color correction and color grading are two different things. So color correction is actually changing thing color of the video itself. So it looks like how a human I would see it as opposed to whenever you have Hollywood films , core movies or action movies, and you have this kind of feel to it, right? So you don't know, make a little dark or you get the lighting and boost it up that this color great color grading is it's an optional process, and it's meant to make it into the narrative of what you're trying to do with it, right? And also with that, I have to point out, you know, sometimes you don't have to color correct, because sometimes it's not needed. It really just depends how you are filming it or where you're getting this footage from. If you set up your camera right? You don't have to color correct. It can just be, um, being the settings that you just have it. So it's just how you would see toothy to the naked eye, right? And with that, you don't have to color correct, but ah, lot of people. And when she get out of the I want to say, basic or amateur of filmmaking, you go into different styles, right? And from there, that's where a lot of people want to. They shoot in like a greater state because it makes it easier to color, correct in post right and because your color correcting you can make a hint of color or, you know, make things pop and it looks a lot better. And, honestly, a lot of people wouldn't be able to tell the difference if you're color correcting or not. But once you color correct and you call correct correctly, it makes everything like 10 times better. And ah, lot of like film enthusiasts will appreciate it a lot more, So I really recommend color correcting. Even if it the video looks fine. You can always give it a pop like a little pop of color and a certain color and it looks 10 times better. Next thing I just wanted to give a little talk about is called a Lut, so ah, lot is basically to simplify it. It's a little preset that you can, uh, that you can buy or download off the Internet and what it is. You just like the preset. And it makes color correcting really fast and easy because it's selected for the style that you wanna have and the camera that you're filming on. So you just simply click it in the presets and it just style eyes is all the footage and makes it a lot easier to work with, right? And if you want to switch from there, you can. That could just be the starting ground, which is really nice to have. So without further ado, let's jump into color correcting. All right, so we have my timeline. We don't have thes of little footage. I want to color, correct, still going to do how I've been doing. And then I'm just clicking and driving and drop it in. Put it in my, uh, source monitor here, and I just want the video for this so drag video only and drop it into the timeline. So I filmed it. So, um, first off, it's really shaky day. That's why they just really kind of shaky. But I just kind of wanted that flag thing. I don't have a stabilizer. That's my excuse. But first things first. You'll notice here that, you know, it looks kind of Caray. I mean, the naked eye, you know, you would have more pop of green and you might just look at it and think, Man was like a really crowd like a really cloudy day and it just really great, right? So I filmed it in a in the setting. It's called cinematic D and in my camera, and from there I, uh because that's how I like to edit it and, uh, color corrective from there. So let's get starting, actually color correcting this. So first things first. Instead of editing, I want to go to color, so I'm just going to swap over to my my color works workspace, and you can see now we have this little lovely section over here so it would make sure my clip is highlighted. So just, you know, just click it so will show up here. You can see right here. So I am in the creative section in case it looks like this. I mean creative right now. And if you had a lut for your for your camera or iPhone or whatever you're shooting on, it would just be you just go to basic color correction right here that input Lut and then one of thes ward like brows. And then wherever you're let information is on your final, I don't have a love for my, uh, camera just because I like it as a, uh I like going from the basics and then working my way to it. So these are all color corrections, so well, I mean, first Mac different so you can see here just to show you what it can do. So right now, this what looks like a dragon over here looks orange, right? So color question is literally switching all the colors around to whatever style you'd like . So, Thies, I usually don't deal with that and wasn't going completely stylized like I'm doing Blue War ongoing orange. But usually I don't. I'm play around with that kind of stuff. I usually play around with my highlights or Khan contrast is always good exposure. If it's too blown out or too dark, you know, try to make it, you know, just right. You know, again, as I said so many times before, and I know it really gets old because to be honest, I get all the saying it, but it really just depends on your personal preference. You know, you just want to kind of go through all these, Um, all these different little sliders here just to see what it does. And you know how it makes it look different. You know? You know, now we're starting get somewhere because I played with the vibrance New. Just play with the different looks like with this, because now we're starting. Get some color in here, right? So just play. Just play with all the little clips here. And, um, I had just tried to get a style you like out of it, Some. So I'll just give you some quick tips on doing this, because really, it depends on your personal preference. So if you want to creative right here, um, So you see these arrows and you see this drops right here So these are some automatic precepts event the adobe has. So if you look, you have all of these presets Now the's names have nothing like you will have no idea what this means. So, personally, I just click right, like left and right and say Oh, and you just look over here and you can look at your image here and just say See if you like a style or see if you want to change it because this is going to override you everything you have done already. So it say you want kind of like, I don't know, this black point should be upto one soon It's it's kind of gold, um, air we get. So it's black and white one. So you say you're like, Oh, that's actually actually looks really nice. So what I'm gonna do, I'm just gonna click it, and then it's gonna change it, and you have that stylized and it's for the entire clip. Right? So remember, if you just want a little section colorizing that, make sure you have your razor tool and mark your in and out. So it's just a little section. If not, if you have the entire clip selected, you're going to switch the entire clip. So if you go into curves, this is another really cool thing to do. And let's say, you know, I want to make Ah, see if I get this red, Make that red pop, right? So you you addressed the eyedropper tool right here and just click on the red somewhere on the screen. And then so this you think it shows up like all these little different points. So if you just click it and drag it up or down, you know, the colors will pop more and you'll kind of really cool little effect. That's really nice. Let's say if you want to have a certain color pop like our to the screen, right, compared to the rest of the colors, you wanna have that color like pop, you know, There we go. See? See that red? That red is literally popping like you can see that way better than it draws your eyes into the center of focus right here. The rule of thirds right here. That's all. Photography talking like shooting talk, but yeah, so it draws you in and it makes you look at that at the red. So again, color correction is, ah, lot of personal preference, and it's going to change clip to clip. But But as long as you get to think that you want, it makes it 10 times better and as you can see like Look over here, that's where we started with. You know, this guy's a lot brighter over here. You have a lot more color. You have a lot more color than what we started out with. Now keep in mind that, you know color correction does have its effect whenever you're trying to watch it in the timeline. So what after so after, I'm done color correcting. I just like market in and out points. Remember, that's I. It's and make sure that whole little section series for it. Then I go to sequence, and then I do, too render in and out that is going to render everything so it's watchable, then it just depends on how long the clip is. And then from there, it's going to tell you how long it's gonna be until your time rendering. And then, from there, you can just walk away from your computer because it's always signs to get away from the computer because number one, you'll get really frustrated if you never moved away from the computer and number two it also, it's also good for your eyes to step away from the screen already. 9. The Effects Panel: welcome back to another lesson in Premiere Pro Today's list. We'll be focusing on effects and what'll I mean, my effects. I mean, the effects panel. So there's a few different ways shouldn't find the effects panel. If you are in the editing workshop, which I've been working on for most of this, most of this clients, they'll just be in this section. If you can't see it right here, just click this little arrow and then just click on effects and he still can't find you. Just click the FX workspace of here and the Give it a second show up on the right hand side , I believe the screen on the right hand side of the screen. So I'm just gonna keep this here for now. But just see, now this is Thea effects panel. So first things first, you will notice that there are a few. There are a few different options you have here, so first you have your presets. You're a new tree pre since audio audio effects. I'm sorry. Audio transitions, video effects in video transitions. So let's start off really with transitions because those were probably the easiest. So I'm going to put in it. Two clips, because you need to two clips to have a transition. So first, quickly have this nice, really shaking walking view. And then next clip, I have ah, more felon. Okay, You know, that would be a nice transition between we can do some video transitions first year. So first things first, you're gonna notice that they're open, you open that pulled her up, and there are tons of other folders so in. So I'm just going to use this as a very basic point. But if you've ever used, uh, shop our point in the transitions that you have between slides or use Google slides, this is a lot like that in the sense that they will be kind of thesis axing thing. So, for instance, was a Patriot page feel is that's in Ah, that slides. So yeah, So, basically, if you want to add this any of these transitions in between the tubes in between your two video clips, all you do is have your to video clips close together, then click it and then drag and drop it right on to the first onto the clip. Some effects are dipped. Some of the transitions are different than others. Some they make you do on the first clip. Some make you do On the second look, some make you in the middle. It depends on the transition. Some just depends really on it. So if we Now let's meet this. Let's now, if we look at this, we can see little peel and brings you into the marshmallow man. And that's as easy it is. It gets really for adding in some video transitions here and stuff. Uh, you know, you can also put some dissolves in their across those those air Always nice. See that again? So that crosses off moves in there. Now, this is the important port, so you can also not only have the effects you can also control and no add it all of the effects. So, as you can see here, this thing right here shows, you know, this is the first clip, and this is the second clip, and this shows the transition in between. So you from there, you can move it, move this up. So, like now it's a lot shorter of a transition, so you can move this around and play with it. So you can get more or less of the transition. Really, Just depending on however you want. But you would do that through the effect control panel, which would be over here if you have the effects workspace going off. And this works for all of the transitions because you could just move it all around, and, um, you know, just try to get the sweet spot that you want. Let's see here. You can also go to the alignment section, which is right here, and you could just have it. So it, like, snaps on one of section. So if you just wanted to end at the cuts, So I believe there. Yeah. So then it would just move right to the spot if you had a certain area or if you wanted the transition to last a certain amount of time, you can always in put it here. So if I wanted lost it two seconds, boom it, we do it for me. So then you would see a transition to a marshmallow man. Right? So, uh, yeah, again. I say this all the time, but it's really personal preference. And how I really think Adobe Premiere Pro should be learned is you know you can watch someone do it, and you know it will help you to see how someone doesn't apply stuff. But from there, you really just have to play around with it, cause that's how I learned how toe do from your pro. It's you kind of just drag and drop things and and then play with it, you know, opposed to photo shop or illustrator, where you have all these different amazing tools, you know, and you can just apply stuff and do all the stuff you know from your pro. It's it's more like it's all personal preference kind of thing. That's how I feel about all right, moving on on the show you some audio transitions. There is not a lot of audio transition to come with the base of Premier pro. Keep in mind, you can always go by other effects through other websites. You can, and you can just have it as a plug in for premier pro. Just look up from your pro effects and you could buy some. They are pretty pricey, so keep that in mind to whenever you're playing around stuff. So, like I said with Ah, video transitions. They work the same way, you know. So you just drag it, drop it on the first clip, and then it does the effect that you wanted to. So this is constant power. So instead of this, just cutting off this is going to be a lot louder, so it makes it smoother transition with audio. And with that, you can again do the same thing that you had with the other transition. You can move stuff around, make it snap, changed a generation. There's a lot less, uh, audio transitions. And there are video transitions. Now, for the part everyone likes the FX. Finn. Um, yeah, that's this is, honestly, my favorite part of from a pro just cause they're so many of them and honestly get you'll Never really uh I can almost guarantee you will never go through all these effects and use them all and have a purpose for them all because there is a lot and you know, every new updates. There seems to be another one. They just randomly added, I'm like, What does this do it? You know. So let's start off with some video effects. Open this up and you will notice. It is massive. It is massive, absolutely massive. So you know, you have all these different effects, and they all do Totally different things transform, um, blur and sharpen color correction, keying noise and great. Like it's just ridiculous. So I'll just do some basic stuff, because reality Ah, lot of this stuff works the same way, but you just have to play with it. You know? I'm going to get into, uh, i'll be doing another lesson on green screening and, uh, making a mask so you can have some really cool effects in. But this is just will be, like, a very basic overview of, you know, how to apply a fax and how to switch them around and do stuff. So I'm just going to add some some channel blur. Drop it in to this, and as you can notice, um, it doesn't really do much whenever you're first, uh, first put in. But with that, you can always move it in here. This is where you would have this where you switch all the effects in here. So now, looking now that that is, uh that is pretty. That's pretty blurry. If I don't say so myself and again. I am just in the effects controls. Now you will notice that this thing is pretty big. There's lots of different things Go on here. But I have to tell you guys this. So every time you add in effect to the video or that this election will show up in your So you see, we added the channel blur. Right? So if I were to join, um, sorry if I were to bring in the ah Gaussian Blur, right. Drop it in there. It's going to show up again in here. So it doesn't override the previous effect you had in there. It adds it on so you can, you know, adjust that accordingly. And, you know, bring your red blurriness a little up. But you wanted to make the thing a little bit overall little blurry. Right on that. There you go. But you still want the little red kind of scene because you can still kind of see the red, right? So see, like and through their you can, you know, just keep adding more stuff, and that helps if you wanna have to your stabilizers in there because, uh, style eyes. But as you noticed here, I just typed in because I was looking for work stabilizer. But as you can see, I typed in, ah, stabilizer or something like a keyword, and then it will find it for me, which is always really nice to do. See, I'm adding this stabilizer into the footage and then boom, still have the blur still have the other, and now it's on stable. It is just analyzing in the background and getting the stabilizers work. Stabilizer is just getting the footage less shaky because if you couldn't tell, the footage is really shaky in in this. So my career approaches stopped responding and force quit on me. So you know, this is again just another reason why it is very important to have that obviously feature on, because when you're dealing with, like, the effects, all these other the the next couple of lessons that I'll be talking about. You know, it's important to have the artist a feature on because if you're not saving, then you could lose your progress. Like which step to me, because I don't know that shouldn't happen. So, um, I think I talked enough about the video effects. You know, you control him over here and you play around with them again. Like I said, if you want me to try to make, like, a future class or something going just deep into, like, video effects and stuff, I will. And because I really like video fix. But I just to go through all of these video effects it, like this overview of From Your Pro would just be ridiculous. And you know, So it's just one of those things where you have to play around with it and just to make things look cool and transitions because those that's the basic stuff, it's transitions, and then you can add video effects and all that kind of stuff. Now I'm just going to show you some on the effects. So audio effects is, of course, um, the same thing. But for, um oh, well for audio, obviously. So you know, there's all kinds of stuff equalizers. That's probably one of the best things. Say, um, was that Yeah, So let's say you have your ah, your sound like one is really allowed compared to the other one, like one years louder to appear to the other one, you can go here and equalize it, right? I think the anklets groups Let's try that. Mm. It's for the most part yet that equalizes the the audience. So instead of being really loud one, it makes it pretty equal. And it separates him or another good effect. That is, isn't it? Like, Yeah, Phil, Phil left with right, Phil, Right with left. So if you don't have any audio at all on one year, so you're right side, um, then you can fill it with your left and then if you don't have any with the other side of the left side, just little, right. So, yeah, it those things really help because I've had it happen to be sometimes with four words like some kind of glitch happens, and it doesn't record like equal. So if you do the Phil, then it makes everything a lot better. Because, honestly, you could such a headache if it's just one here getting all the all this sound and then just one last quick thing that I want to cover just because this is really important when dealing with effects. Because if you add it to the video, uh, you can still obviously delete, uh, any that, like the effects you have on it just by, like, selecting it in the effect control panel than just deleting it. It's easiest net. Or if you don't wanna have it on that layer, then you can actually create a new layer to just add all your effects. This is for video only not, um, not for audio. So to do that, just click new item down here when the project been do item, and then you go to adjustment Layer. Yeah, just make sure that's the same Reese you as the rest of your thing, but it should be fine if you just plop it in there and you'll notice there's no difference . That is actually because the adjustment layer has nothing at all to begin with. It is from adding effects and all this stuff that you, uh you know that you make it look different in pretty. So, for instance, will want some lots of things to the adjustment player. So, you know, we'll have some make it look more cinematic. I guess I'm sorry. You have Teoh. So based correction? Yes. So and then from there, as you can hopefully see. There you go. You can see there. That made a little bit of difference. Like it? Some of these things don't make a huge difference, but, you know, they may just a tiny bit of difference There. You. A little more greater turn to it. Yeah. So the adjustment layer is really nice if you want to, Don't have it on the video or if you're trying to make it over an entire project, right? So I just move the adjustment layer, Just drag and pull it down. Alison, it's over this clip to so we'll cover all the clips that you have on. So that's really nice if you want. If you have big project covering multiple different clips, clips and you have and you want have did it the same color correction. So the adjustment layer is the way to go when doing effects like that 10. How to add Captions to your Videos: Everyone, It's been a while since I created this class on how to edit and Premier Pro. And although it's been a few years since I've last made changes to this. Everything still holds up into what it is today. Which just goes to show, you know, you can learn this skill and adapt to it. However, there is one feature that I really want to update and share with you guys on. And it's super cool, super simple to do. And it is captions. Captions are this awesome feature that allows you to easily add subtitles to the bottom of your screen. So words show up what you're saying whenever you're doing the video and it's super easy to add. And today that's what I am going to be showing you how to do. First things first you need to film something with audio in it. Then you would go to the caption section located at the top here. And remember, if you don't show up and it doesn't look like this, I am in the editing workspace. So if you haven't already, you can change that by just going here. Next, you have a couple of options on how to add captions into your videos. You can either add a script that you have or you can have the program auto-generated for you. I find that Premiere Pro making the script and have it auto-generated is much easier than adding in your script unless you have it where it's fully lined up and you didn't go off script at all whatsoever. Use auto-generated because it'll just make everything a lot easier. Honestly, Adobe has done a really good job at lining up words when it comes to their auto generating captions feature. Out of the dozens of videos that I've done with captions, I would say that about 95 percent of the time, most, if not all, the words line up, which is absolutely fantastic. So now that I have the captions on auto-generate, you can scrub through the video and make sure that's all the words line up with what the speaker is saying. If you ever want to change the font color or the size, just double-click on the captions layer here, it'll bring up the menu on how to change the captions to anything you like, edited, as simple as this. Now I highly recommend that you only use and do the captions feature when you are done editing the video. This is so you don't have to cut yet another layer and it just makes everything a bit more difficult. I would also make sure that you watch the video over a few times after you put in the captions, just to make sure that all the words are spelled right? All the grammar is right. Make sure just to do a double-check, to make sure everything is perfect before you finish the export and send it out to your client, or put it on YouTube or your website or whatever you're doing with it. The auto generating feature is really good when it comes to putting the words in. But however, it's not very good when it comes to grammar. Sometimes I'll just throw in a random comma or period where it doesn't necessarily belong to. So just make sure you have everything perfect before you export it. Other than that, it's now super easy to manually add captions to your videos before you had to go in and type them all out. But now you can easily auto-generate it or upload your transcribed audio that you have in a script or something. As always, if you ever have any questions whatsoever, if anything, during this class, please feel free to let me know in the discussion post area down below, and I will happily answer it until the next major update that might not happen in a year or so. I'll see you guys in the next class I'll be having. So until then, goodbye. 11. How to Animate: welcome back to another lesson year in the 2019 premiere Pro little class we have going on here. Today's lesson is going to be about animation now. What do I mean by the innovation? Of course. I just mean generally moving. You know something across the screen to another. Is something moving across the screen or something that you are changing through through the program itself, as it It's not video wise. It's You're changing it in the editing process of animation or like changing the viewing of it. It's really hard to explain it this way, but I'll show you guys in a few minutes here. So here is I'm actually editing a view I did on organization here, and I got to the part where, uh, this little little horror says, Mark in and out point. So normally what I do is, of course, I have it fate in, and then I have it fade out. But I don't have that right now. So you see, just pops on and then it just pops up. So I wanted to have it. I want to have a fade in effect, so what I do is I have to make sure this clip it's clicked like that. And then you see over here the senses graphic here, this represents it. This layer and you can see I've nothing new effects or nothing shown. So how do I get this to Ah, you know, animate. So normally you don't have any of these little stopwatch looking things clicked. But that is actually how you need to do so. Two for starters, click these stopwatch right there. Says toggle animation cover over and then, boom. Once you click that, you set your first mark wherever you Your head point is right here, Uh, there scripted, right? So I don't want right there, So I'm just gonna delete that. But still having this little time watch clicked on blue That still means that, you know, it would be good for innovation. So I want to make sure I get it to the right spot. Right there is perfect. So, for starters, for my first starting point would be here because this is when I want to start fading in. So I will. I will click this button right here, which is add and remove a key frame. So I'm going to add a frame looking right there. Then I have a key from right there, and I'm going to sit the capacity to zero because I wanted to gradually fade it. So I'm gonna move down a little bit more and the scrub had say, Right there is good enough for me. Then put a another key frame right there and then just but er capacity up and let's view it boot. Space it out a little bit more so you can tell a bit of a difference. Certainly top. Look at that. And that's really a simple has is to change the ah capacity to ah, kind of have a fade and it's really that easy. And it is you want just number over here. It gradually gets player till gets to 100 stays out. Same Same thing could be said for it going out. You know, I'm going to find the ending I want so right there and then add my checkpoint. It's going to go to zero right there that I'm going to move it, downloaded. Say there's find at another point. Place that back up to zero. I'm Misery 100. So then what? It does is basically, so it's starting off with nothing that fades in its stays the exact same way. Then it slowly fades out, and you have to make sure you have the hundreds in between there or else. If you don't have it, um, what would happen is it would have faded in here. And then it was started fading in from right there to the end there. So if there's any problems where it looks really funky when you're trying to make it fade in or something that might be the issue, you just don't have like another key frame. Whenever you doing like a fate in and then fade out, you have to have four key frames for little four key friends there. So you have to make sure that's even on the sides, because if not, then it will works that way. So now I highly recommend you, actually, you know, going and try doing it to something because it's actually really fun to work with. And, uh, capacity is really cool. To do with. The same thing is going to be done with the scale, position and rotation buttons. Same thing is going to be done always showing you that in about one second here, but yeah. So let's just move on to that part. I just got to another part where I'm going to be doing the rotation and position part. So I have this part right here I'm talking about I'm so in the organization. Listen, and I'm talking about you know, this port right here. I just started talking about bringing clips and stuff, so I'm going to have it, you know, the screen collide in, said this is bigger, and then it's going to stay like that until this end of mark part, and then I'm going to have it soon back. So it's thes two screens because and I talk about the source monitor along with the project , so that's what I want to do. So first things first, just like the same thing we did with the, uh, capacity part. So we're gonna put our first key frame right here, these shoes that, uh, you know, the program is ready to play around and be down to, you know, move and, uh, buggy. Ah, biggest thing. I want to keep you guys in mind. If you guys, you guys might want to write down these proportion sizes Because what not these particular ones but your proposed proportions? I just want working in it because that will be, You know, you're the aspect. If you ever want to go back into normal, I keep mine written down just in case for what I do. Want to go back to normal in the end when changing with stuff. So I have this right here, and I would like to start assuming it in. So there is my first point, and then beginning of this clip is my second point. So I'll be dropping it right there. I want to get to mites The point I just put down. So I will be clicking this arrow and then boom, I'm at thes second pores. Like, for example, if I wanted to go to the first keep, uh, yeah, he he framed, I dropped. I just click this arrow and come back to it so I can see quickly change between the key frames, which is really nice do. And it's on this video footage. I have it right. All right. So I'm on this one, and I wanted to start zooming in. So what am I gonna do Really simple. So I just start scrubbing the scale and zoom it in, and I just start to positioning it and make sure that black doesn't get out of there because we don't want tent and then move it in se went right there and then Boom, that's really it. So we look from the beginning, I'm talking and then boom project thing and then starts zooming in all really nice, and it stays there for the amount I want. Then what I want to do. I want to make sure I put another key frame right here cause when I want to switch to start happening, but a key frame there and then Gilkey frame about right there. That's when I want it to move back so I can see the source wanted or more. And see, um uh, the project Little Sorry about that. So that I got both those. So I took that. So So it's like the whole thing again. So we have the classic soon into this whole section it and stays in there for a little bit , and then starts assuming back so you can see both of those. But it's still say, stays in seem area, so you can, um, just more focus on those one other than the this entire half. So that is really it. On animation, it's really that simple. Indexing goes with rotation and all the other effects that I will be talking about later that you can add in place in. You can simply animate it with that stuff. You just have to put your key frames, change it up, but you start brought on and really into that easy. But it's one of the things word make. It adds, like you know it has creativity, and it makes video 10 times better just because you're putting on like that much more time and effort into the video. So I highly recommend you ads kind of animation in future videos because, you know, you can go ahead and add like a ditto black or something onto something, a layer instead of doing this. But it makes the whole screen black, so this is the best way of doing it. Through that 12. Making special Effects : All right, guys, welcome back to another lesson here in skill share. Today's big lesson we're going to you doing some affects is the really cool less the one where we got a break out. Some really cool stuff that will really, really step up everything. This is the one. I'm probably the most excited that we will be doing two different things masks and then I'll be showing you some green screening effects. So these are some basic stuff. If you want to go get more into this stuff, which is the effects and stuff, which is really cool. You always I always recommend you play around in the effects panel on just to see what you can come over with or watch other some other videos. How adds more effects? This will just be some basic step to get you start. So first things first. As always, I'm going to create a new been here and do it fx for my effects. So I'm going to bring in a few clips here, so I will be bringing in this this clip and this clip and then this picture. So, uh, making new sequence from this clip and then first things first. Here is the video. So it's a video of me. You can see me just sitting there and then, you know, as we continue on lower the resolution on this, then you see me and they jump up and go the other side. If you guess what, we're going with this. Congratulations. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to create a little, uh, show you techniques. How to do this would be a little mask layer thing. So it's gonna be dividing this video from here to here. So it's gonna be so you're going to see two of me, So it's gonna be really fun to do. And I can't wait to show you guys how they do. So first things first get it from a good spot when the camera focuses so about right there and then this whole section warm here in the side, that's a good So you don't want to get well. I want to get rid of that and then start whenever cameras good and focuses. So right there is good. And And how about so talking? And right around here is the end. So when you heard of this little parts, which would leave this and this Just this little section here. So we're gonna be focusing more on this at first. But I'm gonna layer that over each other. Like, so give it a little sandwich, do the top layer right here, and I'm just going to go to all capacity and then go to this. And then So now you're in your fax. One click the layer that's above it all, and it's in the capacity part, and then just click the pen, click it. And then all of a sudden, this little mask one, it shows up. So then, from there from there, you're going to draw. I bet you didn't think. Ah, you re drawn. So here we go. You know, outlier on this side over, um, trying to get as close as you can. Lines up the best. So then look at that. We got this. Uh, don't I think that No, I don't. Look at that. Bada boom. Bada bing. You got two of me. Now, first in your new noticed you had this horrible white line here that's off. So it's not giving a good effect. So we got to switch some things around. So first things first. I want to try to line up that couch there, so I'm just going to move it. Dope shouldn't move it down. Just a hair. Too much of a hair. Almost There. Now we still have this little line that's off there Really bothering me. Um, So what I'm gonna do is I'm just gonna feather it. So go over back toothy little FX panel right here. Then go to mask Feather, which is right here. It's under the mask that you made as feather. And I'm just a little bit. And then before you know it, it blends in. I mean, it got rid of, for the most part, that line shadow, and that's no longer off. So in reality, this is what you have. Nice weather, huh? Yeah, I I guess so. Just lined this up so there's a little bit more room. Watch that again. Nice weather. I guess so. So obviously you want Teoh? No, just play around with it a little bit. Try to get it so it's more, more natural feeling, But this is just a little quick edit. Teoh, you know, show you guys how to do this. It's really fun to play around with it. And, um, yeah, it's that simple. How to do a mask failure like this. So how The biggest thing is how you would film it. So in theory, when you're filming it, you want to have it, so you have a camera that will stay the same place. So it's either you haven't like a tripod or something that will make sure it will. It will the camera but won't move from. So then you're going to have one person. Stay on. You're gonna have yourself be on one side of the camera, and then you're going to basically just go on the other side, the camera. You want to make sure you have an imaginary line like how I did here so you can simply just flip it over on each side. So it's a lot simpler to ah, to go on. And you know, when do you have done it? Could be it's really fun, and you can do it practically anywhere, and it's just really fun. Little tool thing to do. And if you have free time, just mess around with stuff like this. You know you had an try. You know, it takes a few times, too. Film it right, Because filming it is that one of the most important parts off this. You know, if you don't film it right, you can't edit it, right? So, yeah, make sure you get that right before you go into that. But that is masking. That's how simple it is on it doesn't just work with this If you wanted to, um, I didn't mass this one, right? It's Theoneste one. So if I wanted to I'm just gonna plop in this image that I have right here. And I'm just going to make a mask on the this'll air. So same thing. Press dependable and just make a box here. Boom like that. Then we're going to infer Chip. So invert that. So say, I just want this box to be the one that you see through. Then you just click this invert button right here, betweens. The rest of picture will be there. The, uh the little box that you did that you made will be the small picture. So then boom. Right there. I just made, like, picture frame or something. I just got a little picture in the background. So it works well, if you want to add, like, some kind of special effects to something they're watching on TV screen or something, and that's just really cool. Easy way to do it when you're making your lines, let's see here you can always you know it the the and then you can always just move the points. So if you have Illustrator eight the pencils, a law like how it is over, there's until to try to get all your specifications where it takes some practice. But in the end, you want to try to get as good as possible, so it could be as realistic as possible, right? So, yeah, and then you can just play around with the feather to make. Try to get more natural looking, because in the end, it's what, the ultimate goal trying to Yeah, with that stuff. Let's move on to a really cool part. So we're gonna do some green screening. So first things first, we have this Oh, yeah, from getting sequencing soon. It's, uh, except I want this one. You see, Confront clip. So right here, I got a little, um, You know it's a little group, you know, hanging out in the docks with the Yeah, a guy hanging out to be trained and working that add something. Uh, so I got a little affecting of some animated cartoon figure. I don't know dancing. Anyway, this is one of this. I got this from Picks Obey, which I'll talk more about in a future class that they will be coming up on how to get free graphics and stuff. Because I did not make this. I just pulled this off something I just looked a green screen. So? So you guys can actually do this too, if you just have any footage and then a green screen footage. So what we're gonna do is because we have we're gonna have three green screen footage on top of the normal footage, and then we're just going to go to the effects and we're gonna look up, keep okay. We searched key, and I'm going to get the old Truckee. Make sure it's the ultra key. There's a lot of other case we want to call Tricky, cook it and then track it and then drop it onto the green, the green on green screen background. All right, so then make sure this one has highlighted this one is collecting, selected, going to your effects controls. And we're gonna close of emotional capacity, time remapping all this stuff, and we're just gonna look at the ultra key. So first things first you have eat key colors is right here. Default. It is blank. I want to click this eyedropper tool and then just click on the green screen or the blue screen or whatever it is just clicking right there. Boom. It is in there. Look at that. And then you just see this guy dancing. I hear, um, how to make it more realistic. We just skill this down to make a more realistic and then kind of just put more on the crown. So then way have this. So you know that how easy it is, Teoh the green screen. Um, you know, when shooting on a green screen, it does the screen does it have to be green? It just has to be a solid color. And you have to try to get a correct lighting set up, um, to do green screening or else you'll mess up with Ah a bad off color green string, which is never really good, because if you it won't work unless it's proper lighting. Or you have to go and, you know, play around with your Mad generation and Matt cleanup and all this stuff. So if you want to do your own green screening and stuff, I would look up more tutorials on how to set up all the green screen and stuff. Uh, but how to get the effects in? You just have your base layer layer of you know what you want in the background, and then the greens green is on top. Then you put in the effects soup in the ultra key, and then you just click the good old eyedropper tool, Drop it in, get the color in there. And then from there, you might want to clean up. You know, this doesn't need any cleaning, so, you know, just play around the tolerance, try to get it as clear as possible. You know, all this different stuff, I just play around with it until it gets as good as you want. But from there, that is it all. I'm going to teach you with this stuff it's all this stuff is really easy. I highly recommend you go in there and he'll play around to your own stuff and see. 13. Playing with graphics: guys and welcome back to another lesson inside of skill share. So today's lesson is going to be rather quick, I think. And that is we're going to focus on graphics. So graphics would be anything like the lower thirds that you would see. Kind of like a new station or anything else. Really? That you would see that looks more professional. I'll show you guys what I mean in a minute. So, uh, first things first, we have a little video footage in which, you know, I would have a reason to actually, uh, put some graphics into. So as you can see here, I have a little interview going on. So and I want my viewers to know who this person is right off the bat. So I am going to do what? I bet I told you guys earlier. I'm going to switch my workspace over two graphics, so I'm editing right now, as you can see here, and I'm going to click graphics. So I click that and then I waited to load. All right, That was rather fast, so I'm gonna make sure my clip is highlighted like so if it's not highlighted, this wouldn't show up. It is now, So we are good. So as you can see here, now that I have that highlighted, we have all of the's stock amazing graphics that we can just simply add and edit. So basically, all this stuff is absolutely free. Unless you would click over to Adobe Stock in which you have to pay for these stuff. Nobody wants to pay for land. So we're going to go into my templates or, of course, click on a free option. And, uh, no, it's cool. You have a couple of cool things. His 37 pages of some free graphics. So, you know, utilize free graphics and, you know, make sure you know what's what. So I'm just going to click on something that would go well with this. So let's see. I want something with a little, uh, here we go. We'll use this. So to do this, I'm just going to click it and that I will just literally drag it on. So same thing that we saw in, like, every other thing, click it and then you drag it onto the section. You like the part you want, So put it there. Get out here, so you just click it from there and drag it on there. And then you guys put on top of each other because it is just like another adjustment layer and just make sure it's on the video footage. So now that you know you can and you see that boom, that thing shows up, which is awesome because you didn't make it and it just shows up and you can change anything. And that's the best part about that. So you first thing my you may notice is you know, it's this image caption. I feel his name isn't image caption. It's Brian. So I want to change in its caption two trillion. So I was in the, uh, the brow section. I'm going to just click this and it's gonna take me over to the edit over in Central Graphics. So, you see, has a text layer right here, has a t. Just click that, then boom, you can change the text of it. So let's see here. I'm going to change it to look and then do you have the name of him, which in the best part is just like every other layer and every other thing. Everything is customizable. So I want to make the game bigger, so it gives it more space. And let's start from the beginning. Look at that. And boom, it hops in. You see Brian and stretches that Look at that. Look how nice that looks and and you can just, you know, pull it along and look at that Pop Stone pulls it out and it's going to stay on their notebook. It stays on for however long I wanted for this interview, right? And that's awesome. That's literally awesome. And and with all these control over here, you can fix anything and everything you want. Of course, instead of ah, you know, using the's controls over here, you could just simply use your selection tool and you move it to ever way you want, But sure have it all crude and everything. But yeah, um, and make sure you also don't have it set, so it's ah, that come. So it was actually going to animate up because I wouldn't be good at all, but yeah, you could go in and literally switch anything. Switch the colors around. I want a nice red in there. Orange there, Red. Look. Look at that iced red to orange. And we just all did this within a couple of seconds. It was that easy to add some some really cool graphics in there. And there are so many different grounds that you can add in here too. And the and the thing is, not a lot of people know about these things. It is so overlooked. It is amazing. And, you know, once you actually dive into it and find these things, it gets it just steps up your your video editing skills, because all of a sudden you can add these graphics without, you know, spending all this time making them. So I just pulled this one into my timeline, and after reading it out, look at that. Look how cool that. And we get this little graphic thing that is, you know, it's a template. So it comes with, uh, the software itself. You don't download anything extra, and you can use all of this stuff for extra stuff As we saw adobe stalk over here, there's tons of pages of stuff that you can literally at. Like Lucas. A follow button, like normally, you would have to go download this off website wish. I'll show you some good websites to find some stuff. Look this absolutely for me. Do some of these graphics. And honestly, you have to really have to look for it to, you know, step up your article game and really easy to edit. No, it's the same kind of stuff you can either use, um, in the graphics from the editing. Or there's also in the effects panel. It works exact same ways as when we were changing the effects and all that stuff earlier on . You know, you just click it at it, changing, you know, it's all about creating, so really, you just want to use graphics to really step up your game. Then you don't make it your so you know, go into your premiere pro and see what you can come up with. You know, see if you could make something looks really cool because, honestly, graphics, you know, step up their game. Uh, if you were in after effects, you know, you could make your own graphics and make it really good and used vectors from illustrator and stuff. But if you don't know anything about aftereffects and, you know, you don't want to learn anything or, you know, you don't want to do anything for now. Used the uses free graphics because, honestly, they could save your life later off. So until the net, until so until next time. Guys, I want to thank you all for watching, and I will see you. 14. When exporting...: All right, guys, welcome back to another lesson. Today's big lesson is exporting. So we finally have made it towards the very end of this class. And, you know, you've learned a lot about Premiere Pro. I would say so far. And I know you've learned affects color correction graphics, basic editing, you know, some tips and tricks on how to know, cut and, you know, making assembly for you. You know, most of these, you know, folders and Ben's right, split who do not know how to expedite project out of here. So let's just say for, you know, giggles here that this little project here this eighth, these nine seconds worth of footage is no our final product. So to export it or to get it out and ready for people to view it either on YouTube or you're setting them the link or whatever, you just go to file and then export down here export and then media. Or you can just do the keyboard shortcut, which is control control em. So, as you can see here, this is the little exporting screen that shows up whenever you Ah, you do you bring it up. So basically This is the exporting settings and stuff. So if you thought you were done on all these very complicated and, uh, hard screens whenever it comes to exploring, then you thought. But, you know, it's actually not that back. So first things first, we look into this section. So this h 0.264 is probably the most basic format of exporting any video. Um, you know, if you click this format, you have all these different other formats. You know, if you have it set for Windows Media as and you know, someone is going to watch us on Windows media or quick time, you know, or you wanna MP three. You know, it just depends on what you're exporting as and, you know, So what should you just click it again? Keep in mind that depending on the different form and you're doing that depends on you know how theme the quality is. So I'm just going to go back to H 2.64 because it has thes presets who's really nice presets. And if you click the pre sent look what it has YouTube. So if you're uploading to YouTube, it has this precent so if you want it in four K, you just click that and then, boom, it's going to export it in four K for you. And that's really all you gotta do. You know, if you granted put on Twitter or V mo or Facebook, where we just had a high quality or to match the source, you know, this is really it. I mean, this this is as easy as it gets when it comes to exporting and all this stuff. Or you can just simply match sequence settings and then basically so the program will do it for you. But I recommend if you have something fair, specific YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, I recommend you do it this way. No output name. This is really important. Just like how we named her file. You want to click that name and then you want to choose wherever this project's going to go and then name it. So I want to put in my videos not done, and then skill share. Then just click, save, and then, boom, It changes that. So you noticed its export video export audio. If I were to just click this check mark right here this means that the just the video is being exported and there's going to be no audio in this footage. But if I have in both checked, I mean screaming three event audio, and then same way. If you don't Duthie video, you'll just get the audio. So let's continue on. So you have this little part. It's a sequence in and out. So if you want to say you made a last minute like decision and you don't need all this stuff, right, your entire video and you just want a little section of it well, you can just use these markers right here, and you can basically decide what part of the video you want to see. You still have a little scrub head here so you can make sure and see what part of the video you were actually keeping and cutting and what not? But yet and then from there, you just have it custom. And then you just have it's all right to custom and then him. You're just exporting that little section that you want also with that, you can zoom it in like say, you wanted way back like this. Ukraine export like that if you really wanted to. You just move this up. Standard is 25. No, I'm sorry. Just click fit. It's like it's like a weird number. Um, but yeah. And you just clue from there. No. The most important part when it comes to exporting is this que export. Cancel if you decided. Hey, you have some. You want to add a few more things than boom canceled because, you know, back in, just do other stuff, Then you have Q or export. Now que is if you have adobe media encoder, that's another app that they have. And honestly, it's really good if you have multiple projects that you need to be exporting around the same time, so you can just cute. So if I were just clicked que it's going to bring it up in media encoder soon it it's done opening the project. I'll show you on the screen. So do it. Brought it into media and coder. This is what I have and they just brought it up. And then everything's ready. And then whenever you just want to export, you just want to press the play button right here and then Boom, it's going to just export it right in here without you doing that. And honestly, media encoder is really good because it runs Maurin the background. Where is Premiere Pro? It's more in the foreground. So, um yeah, if you if you wanted to try to do something else on your computer really, really hard to where median coders really could on you can do other stuff all your videos exporting. But basically, if you wanted to export, you just press export and then they'll say, you know, the estimated time until it's done exporting. And then, you know, has that boo Bilby exported. And you can watch the video in the, um where have you said it place? That the last big thing that is really important is the file size. So estimated file size says right here. So 19 megabytes for this 10 seconds footage. So, yeah, just keep in mind what you're, you know, the presets and formats. And if you have enough room, we're not. And, you know, it also depends on how you're uploading it. Like if you're don't want email it, you can't really be emailing like Sanders like over 25 megabytes. Like a lot of, um, e mails don't like that. So, yeah, that you just to be conscious on, You know, the let's meet. 15. How to get FREE video assets: Hey, guys, and welcome back to another lesson. I believe this is a lesson 11 or so, but today we're going to be doing some something completely different, something that's not even part of Premier Pro. We're going to go onto the Internet and we're going to look up. Some amazing resource is that you can use for absolutely free to better the quality of your not only your video but making everything just better in general. So first things first we're going to talk about this lovely website called Pixel by Pixel Bay, is an absolutely free stock. Footage in stock photo website. Basically, how picks abate makes money is there are ads that air attributed on the website as I come from like adobe stock or other stock footage, websites that you would have to pay for and through that the company not only makes money, but they also pay the creators who share this footage like, for example, this footage is by this actual person who uploaded this for no no game to begin with. But you could also donate money to them, and there's also see the sponsored videos from example shutter stock. Now the only problems with pics of a or there are limited, limited, like videos that you'll find like you might know exactly Get what you might not get what exactly you wanted to find. But there are still amazing quality videos like there's four K videos and you can use for absolutely free if there is some attribution required than will just say right here. 100 The picks Bay license free of commercial use new attribution required for this one again, I would just check to make sure, but I believe most of them or new attribution required, as you're going to see it just free download. You don't even have to make it account. It just absolutely free download. But you can, you know, do it to the creators. You know, for example, instead, you have gone to shutter stock, which, if you went to shutter stock, then you would realize you know how much how much stop putting. Actually, it's so if we would go to say we want a video of a person and we wanted oh, proposing video, right? So 40 So a Ford almost 42nd video Is this a four K for in four K would cost you $400 of a proposal. That's how much this is. And that's insane. Where if you go picks, may you can get things for free again. You are limited. Like, uh, when did you spell wedding, Right? Reading proposal. Yeah. For example, You won't get I just felt I spent, right? Yeah. Okay. Yeah, I saw that, right? Yeah, for example, you wouldn't get that. Like, if you look a wedding proposal here, you only get thes two videos because the rest of these air sponsored in which you would have to pay for so your choice would be this seven second clip of the guy going down one which again it gives you the exact same kind of motive. And although this is this one isn't in four K, it is still in 10 80 p. So which is still very nice. So now, from music, here are two very good places where I get my music from. Ah, one is like subscription paid based, and the other is free. So I'm just going to show you the free one. First it is audio library on YouTube. This YouTube channel is really good with happens to really high quality videos and they're all for free, cause it's you can just download them off YouTube, and they're not copy their copyright free because, uh, there's ads in front of them and they're royalty free. So you can perfectly down with them and use them and footage. And it's a great Web. Great place to find footage. Um, the paid one that is really good, in my opinion, is epidemic sound. I think that's but yeah, it's as those, like, $15 a month. That's $15 a month that that's from businesses. But yeah, it not only has good music, but it also has so good sound effects, which are are always really good. Ah, it will say, if you have to attribute them in the audio library section, build saying like description. If you do or not, it doesn't signage in anything, then you do not have to Royalty free music, track info, license your yet you're free to use the song of any if you to lose, but you must include the following video description. That's all you got me. See, that's all you got to do. And it's simple is that which is really good down for some sound effects. Sound. Bible is the way to go, as it's completely almost. Everything is excellent. Everything is completely free and has some really good, so really good. Uh, sounds like, ah, balloon popping sound like you get that and all you have to do ill say attribution required . And then, uh, yeah, license distribution, which you just have to say the the recorder, the person who recorded it upload date and time. Definitely. I do. Somewhere in the video, in the description of the video. And then, you know, you're you covered yourself because you're attribution is required. And then, for some special effects kind of footage, I recommend using footage crate now footage. Great. You have to have a an account for on this site, but it's completely free. You have, like 45 downloads of some free special effects footage per day, and um, yeah, although there is a pro option where you have to pay, I think it's like this one's like 15 or 20 bucks a month to. But obviously there is a difference between, you know, getting this for free and paying for number one difference. You have a lot more options if you pay for all the ones with store or but once you pay for and all the ones that you know I don't have a store are the ones that are absolutely free. Another differences. All the the pro ones Earl, four K, as you can see and then the free ones air H D. So, you know, just keep in mind Watch out for that. But, you know, it still gets the job done. For example, the zombies. You know it. You still get the same effect. You still give with exactly what you want. It's free, though, So there are plenty of different ways that you can find free footage and videos, special effects and, uh, music. So, yeah, you know, this will really help for your next project, the project that will be explaining none the next video but the video after that. But I've mentioned it before. We're going to talk about we're going to make a commercial. It's going to be 30 45 seconds. So if you don't want to actually film anything, and if you just want to use, say something like, if you want, just do a video about I don't know commercial about weddings or, you know, make a fake ah, ring company where you sell jewelry and such. You know, that could be a nice opening or closing, right, you know, And we have to just look at more pictures, videos of rings and stuff. And, you know, it could be a simple is that and it will really help with when it comes to creating Thea projects or just helping out in general. So I hope you guys learned a few things from this. I highly recommend you at least go look at some of these websites. Has there really good to use? But until then, I will see you guys in the next class. 16. The Project Explanation : Hey, guys, I'm welcome back to another class. Another video on Premiere Pro 2019. So today we're going to actually talk about the project that I've been amping up and getting you guys already to prepare for. I strongly recommend you do this project because not only is it kind of fun, it's fun to do. But it also gives you a good work example of something you might see in the field or if you want to continue this further down the line, and it encompasses all the all the different techniques and stuff we have learned throughout this entire course. So let's get down to some of the specifications that are that I'm requiring for this assignment. Such the project. So in case you guys didn't know and I believe I've talked about it before during this project, it will be about a commercial. It'll be a commercial 30 to 45 seconds in length, and you know the reason why I'm actually having it 35 45 30 to 45 seconds in length. And being a commercial is because I've seen other teachers. Gino, they just give you what's the word? They just tell you'd make a video, right? But, you know, I like having some kind of like specifications on some directional word to take a video. So I think if you have a commercial, it although you still have tons of possibilities, it limits on what you can do. Because with commercial, you know, you can make it, like, kind of like an infomercial where you just talk about and you just share information that is part of your product you're trying to sell or, um, the object. Or, you know, even like a location for a company. If there's so many different wide versions of what you could make your commercial be about . And the reason I'm having 30 45 seconds is because I want to make sure you know, he don't make a too long and, you know, in the in the field, you do have, like, you do have a time to meet. You know, they don't want it going off like five minutes. They wanted, you know, 30 45 seconds. So I figured this would be a good time. Um, so and in this commercial, I will. You will have to have a couple of different things that we have learned throughout this course. So I want you to include text slash title. Somewhere in the video you want. I want you to animate something color correct. One of the clips add music to the video and then have at least one transition between the cliffs. It's that easy. Honestly, it's there. There's not a lot required from this, and I think it's I think it's really good. Um, but and then when you ever when you do post the video up in the discussion part, I want you to write one thing you did well. And one thing you can improve because you know that's always good to have a little bit of criticism on yourself and to also say, you know, what did I do? Well, so yes, And then when you post it up, I will be, you know, not grading it. But say, sharing my thoughts on it and explaining you know what? I think you did really well and what something that you could improve on because, you know, we could all improve on something through this, right? So I have an example of what this project could look like. This is a little project I did for school while ago. And yes, So let's just give it a look. We'll watch it, if you will watch it, and then it will break it down. So here we go. Hey, why are you so tired? Oh, man, I was absolutely last night study. I'm exhausted. Here, try this. It'll make you feel alive. Wow. I feel full alive for when you need to awaken your energy. Yeah. So that was a little video project that I did for my school. Uh, and although it was not the exact requirements that I'm giving you for this course because I'm I didn't just copy and paste that, but it does have a lot of things that we talked about through this course, and through that it it kind of just It gives a really good example of stuff I would like to see in the course in this project. Sorry, but yeah, I think the only thing that I didn't add was to animate something, but in reality, you could just say that I because I just animated this alive when you need to awaken your energy. Yeah. Other than that it is uh, obviously 30 to 45 seconds because of 36 seconds in length. It's commercial. It has your title or some texts and rates after we talked about that has different color cause. That's color correction because we're just putting in black and white. And that's the real color. Uh, we had music, obviously going a little fast port. And then we have the transition because there's thief. Fade to black. Yeah, but the end. So it doesn't have to be anything overly complicated. And the best part is you can film through your phone if you have an iPhone, which a lot of you guys probably have, like some kind of smart, form smart phone that has a camera to it. You can simply just do it that way, and then you can just import your video onto your computer. There are tons of different ways that you can do that. If you need any help, just please, like write a comment or something, and I can help you out or email may, because that's always a really easy wait to get. Hold me so I can help you out if you have trouble through that. But other than that. If you don't want to, you know, film a shoot your own footage. I guess you could, in fact, just get some some stock footage from from one of stock footage website. So we already talked about saw. Yeah, and you could just go in there and find something and mashed together and make a video that meets the requirements. Yeah, but the main thing is, I want you to include these these few items in it so I can grate it and make it look better now to critique myself. So this was a group project. If you couldn't tell. I added it the whole thing and then by my group acted in. And I helped still miss, like I gave direction on where we should film it. But I wasn't willing clicking the button and stuff. So it's a few things I think I did. Well, I really like the port where others just really bad acting. I really like the port words. It's ah, it's which is from black and white to color, right? Ever reminds me of one of those really old infomercials where it's like you go from bad to good, and I just thought it was funny. I also really like the speeding up part she did. I used the what's a tool called the rates Rachel Tool. And I just, you know, sped everything up. And, uh, yeah, I think I think I really like that part because, you know, it shows she's awake and, you know, moving in giving all that energy, which was the point of the energy drink now report that I think I could have done better. So originally this project was 30 seconds. It was history 30 seconds long, and obviously you can see I over did it by 36 seconds. So what I would have done now, looking back, I would, you know, probably just cut Thetis part out of here because this I would just trim some parts that are unneeded, like I would keep that exchange. But there's somewhere in there that I would cut to make it pure 30 seconds because of that , your goal. And you know, clients. If this was in a real business typesetting, clients don't want you shooting over the time that you know that you're supposed to. So that's one thing I would do. Ah, what Another thing I would do is this text. I got some criticism, and Countess, I don't know why, but I mean, I don't mind it, I because my problem was when I was using the type toe. Ah, because the background and how, like pasty. I guess that's what you could call it. But the different the weird color background, you know, Black it would. It would kind of just like bleeding into the background to because of the keyboard and the chair and everything and the if it was just pure white, it would kind of just fade into, so I needed some kind of like outline to it. However, people, for some reason, really do not like that outline. I don't I think it's fine, but a lot of people don't like it. Something else I would do. Uh, there you go. This is not the same as, like, the rial slogan that's there or the one that's being said, I think, and yeah, at anyone. There's just some problems with the type and yeah, I would just fix that hit better people just nit picking at that point. But that is really something that I didn't like However, my favorite part of this whole commercial is probably a little God click from the can opening alive when you need to awaken your energy. Yeah, I like that. It's honestly one of my favorite board, So yeah, but other than that, that is really if for this class today I just wanted to head on the main points of talking about the project itself inthe e basics of what's needed again, If you guys have any questions whatsoever, just get ahold of me through my email. It's probably on your screen now you can just email me, or you could in fact, just comment again with any questions. And I'll always reach out and reply and, you know, tell you what I think and what we should do go from there. But other than that, I want to thank you guys all for watching this, and I will see you in the next episode where we will. We'll just be the end of this will wrap up everything so I'll see you guys in 17. Ending and Thank You!: and with that, I will be ending this class here again. I really appreciate you guys for taking your time and and she away and trying to learn this skill. You know, I really like it when people try to benefit themselves. And I hoped that me teaching you how to use a W premiere Pro has really helped you in, you know, wanting to show this cool. You know, I might have taught you really advanced stuff, but I did teach you some really good organizational skills to get you started and some very basic stuff, which is always helpful to get started. If you would like to leave a review that is always well welcomed. And if you could, you know, just leave a review down below that I will really enjoy that. If not, that's perfectly OK. It's all up to you. And with that, if you have any questions about the class premiere pro the project in general, feel free to email me should be over here, or you can go ahead and personal message me. Until then, I I would hope to see you guys any future class. It's not. It's all up to you, and until then, good bye guys