Real Life Workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro | Mike Schreurs | Skillshare
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24 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. Introduction to the Class

      0:51
    • 2. Intro to Folder Structure

      1:59
    • 3. Post Haste Intro

      3:16
    • 4. Post Haste Templates Intro

      1:35
    • 5. Editing and Creating a Template

      2:47
    • 6. Add a file to template

      1:08
    • 7. Opening Up Premiere

      1:06
    • 8. Copying Media to Project

      0:51
    • 9. Adding Clips into Premiere Pro

      2:29
    • 10. Creating Your Sequence

      2:47
    • 11. Thinking Ahead About Final Delivery

      1:37
    • 12. What I Picked

      0:27
    • 13. Start Adding Clips

      2:39
    • 14. Spotting Timelapse

      1:31
    • 15. Spotting Timelapse Tip #1

      1:24
    • 16. Spotting Timelapse Tip #2

      0:28
    • 17. Sequence Settings and Scaling Up

      1:12
    • 18. Labels

      0:47
    • 19. Set Marker For Length

      1:03
    • 20. Copy and pasting attributes

      0:33
    • 21. Edit to music

      6:47
    • 22. Purchase and Replace Music

      2:44
    • 23. Clean Up Your Project

      1:17
    • 24. Outro

      0:27

About This Class

Have you been editing wondering if you are doing it right? Are you making it harder on yourself? This class is here for you! This class is for those editors who have used Adobe Premiere Pro or new editors getting used to Premiere Pro to learn and see a real life workflow.

When you are first starting out, rarely do you have access to common workflows in the industry and you can wonder if you are doing it right. This class will show you behind the curtain and explore how I edit a real life video project from beginning to end, covering topics like organizing your project folder, picking your clips, tips to editing and dropping footage on your timeline. Then I wrap it all up showing you how to render and deliver your project.

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Please join me and start working on your own workflow.

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1. Introduction to the Class: Hello. My name is Mike Skirts, and I would like to welcome you to my class Real life workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro. I'm a videographer slash editor, and I've been doing this for 10 years, working for companies like Overstock dot com and American Crafts. Now this class has been created with real life project that I edit, showing you my work flow from creating the project to editing, then to finishing it. Ready to render your class project is to edit your own project than share your video with the class and to share any insights you have on developing your own workflow. That's the thing about work flows. Every place I have worked for has had their own way of doing things, and I have had my own take bits and pieces of mine and implement them into your workflow. So it makes sense for you. I look forward to senior projects and hearing about your work flows. Let's get started 2. Intro to Folder Structure: All right. So here we are on my desktop, and I want to talk to you before we get started on editing folder structure and keeping all of your media organized. It is highly important. Do that because it allows you to quickly find all of your media. And when you create a project and you come back to it allows you to finally to immediate quickly. And if you actually had and if you hand off your media or your project to somebody else, they can easily find your media. So here is what we're gonna be doing. I'm gonna hit command Space bar, Open up, spotlight and I have 0040 That is a project that it will be working on. Double click on that and you can see I have a folder structure neatly set up here. I have my project files, and then if you go under media, you can see I have all my video, have a photo section, have a graphic section. And so I'm gonna show you a way to do this without having to create your new project and type in all these individual folders one by one. So let's go ahead and do that. So how do you do this? Well, I use a program called Post Haste. I have it here in my applications drawer, but let me go ahead and open up safari eventually. How to get there? You can use any of your own Web browsers to do that in your search. Just type in post haste app, and you'll have this result here. Post haste, digital rebellion. Go ahead and click on that. This is the screen that you'll be presented with that you can go ahead and start clicking on download for Mac or PC. So go ahead and do that. The software is absolutely free. What this program does is it creates that folder structure that I just showed you pretty much in a click of a button once you have it set up, so I'm gonna go ahead and hop into that and show you how to do that. Just a quick know. If you are a type er, you can't go to digital rebellion dot com slash post taste and that will take you directly to this screen 3. Post Haste Intro: all right, Now that you have that downloaded and installed, let's go ahead and open it up and take a quick look at it. So I'm gonna use command space bar spotlight a lived I live and die by it. Um I'm gonna type in post taste, and I'm gonna open that up. So this is the screen that you see at the very beginning, I have five parameters here. Have project number, client project, name, date and editor. And you can adjust thes by going to post haste. Go under preferences. And you can also use the keyboard shortcut command comma. Some, uh, open that up and select parameters. And the PC version may look a little bit different than this. That's OK. It's all the same thing. All right. So what do these parameters mean? Or how do you change them? So if you go on a project number, I had a project number to the beginning of all of my projects. Helps me quickly find them by the project project number itself. And also helps Mary for when I'm referred to the project. When I'm working with somebody else in an office environment where I have multiple projects . Morning. It's a good idea, because later on, if you also need to refer to a project, you can remember the number instead of trying to dig through a whole bunch of names that might be at random makes a lot more easier. So product number I select number auto increment. And then the fault values. I had set it to 0001 I recommend starting at least with three digits. Then if you noticed when I was trying to go through the project, number is locked as well as the date and editor. This comment column right here allows you to protect those. So they're not editing those and changing them inadvertently. Um, using path I have all these checked. What that means is, all this information here is going to show up inside the folder pass here. All right, so I'm gonna go ahead and close that out. Then what does this program actually do? Well, let me show you an example of it. So here is that project 0040 And this is the one that I'm gonna be working on. I have all have all the folder set up this program creates this folder structure for you with a click of a button and allows you to create a project file. So here's one for cinema 40 and it automatically names at the same exact name, the folder path as you had set up here. So all of these files that you create, or actually pretty unique, so you're not gonna get different files mixed up. So how do you adjust that and make your own folder structure? If you go to templates? There are normally five different templates. I have a new templates set up here, and you could select committees and get rolling. Or you can customize them. So the one that I usually uses video template. And that's what I used to create this. So next I'm gonna show you how to create your own template. 4. Post Haste Templates Intro: Now I'm gonna show you how to update or change an existing template or to create your own template. What's important to know is when you're creating, I want to really close this down just so you can see actually pull this down a little bit. What I want you to know is that you have the plus and minus keys here if you hit. Plus, this is how you create a new folder, and it is also where you can add in new project types. So I want ad in a new Photoshopped file. I can click that there, and so it will create when it creates the whole project. It will create a Photoshopped file here and her photo shop, and then I'll have one completely on its own. If you don't like that, then you can just select one and hit minus. So as you go through a template and there's something you don't think you're going to use to select it, get rid of it. So you're gonna go through, create all of your folders and then decide what type of projects you want to go inside there. Now what if a project type is not shown on this menu. What you can do is you can import files and then you can select on a file that you've created named a template. And then you saved it. Navigate to that, select it and hit open. And that will add that in for you so you can see it. Just drop that in there. So how do you actually create that template file? Let me quickly show you how to do that. 5. Editing and Creating a Template: Now I'm gonna show you how to update or change an existing template or to create your own template. What's important to know is when you're creating, I want to really close this down just so you can see actually pull this down a little bit. What I want you to know is that you have the plus and minus keys here if you hit. Plus, this is how you create a new folder, and it is also where you can add in new project types. So I want ad in a new photo salt file. I can click that there, and so it will create when it creates the whole project. It will create a Photoshopped file here and her photo shop, and then I'll have one completely on its own. If you don't like that, then you can just select one and hit minus. So as you go through a template and there's something you don't think you're going to use to select it, get rid of it. So you're gonna go through, create all of your folders and then decide what type of projects you want to go inside there. Now what if a project type is not shown on this menu. What you can do is you can import files and then you can select on a file that you've created named it template. And then you saved it. Navigate to that, select it and hit open. And that will add that in for you so you can see it. Just drop that in there. So how do you actually create that template file? Let me quickly show you how to do that. I'm going to create a word document as a template. So I'm gonna go inside. Word I'm a click blank document hit create. So you could see the name here is Document One and go to save. It's gonna save as I'm gonna type in template. And I'm going to save this to my desktop. I'm gonna have the file format B word document. And this could be dot d o c. X and I'm gonna hit safe now inside post taste. I'm gonna come down to a folder now. Already have production documents, production documents. Sorry, I'm gonna use that. That's where I'm going to add this word document. So I'm gonna hit the plus. When the import files. I'm gonna go to my desktop and there's my template. I hit open, and now I've added in the word document, and you can use this for any type of file, just create a blink one, save it as template and then navigate to it and added into post haste. 6. Add a file to template: I'm going to create a word document as a template. So I'm gonna go inside. Word I'm a click blank document it create. So you could see the name here is Document one and go to save. It's gonna save as I'm gonna type in template. And I'm going to save this to my desktop. I'm gonna have the file format b word document. And this could be dot d o c. X and I'm gonna hit safe now inside post haste. I'm gonna come down to a folder now, Already have production documents. I'm gonna use that. That's where I'm going to add this word document. So I'm gonna hit the plus when you import files, I'm gonna go to my desktop, and there's my template. I hit open, and now I've added in the word document and you can use this for any type of file. Just create a blink one, save it as template and then navigate to it and added into post haste 7. Opening Up Premiere: So I went ahead and created my project folder using the video template that I had over here , You can see everything is as it is over inside post taste. So what I want to do to get editing is I go into a premier after effects, use whatever folder you created, and then double click on the premier file right here. When you double click on the file, most like, what's gonna pop up? Is this dialogue Aceh's convert project in basic. It is saying that using a post taste the project filed that it created was using a premiere pro version that is older than the one that you currently have. That's a really long explanation. Would you want to do is hit, okay. And well, before you hit. Okay, look at the name. The name has an underscore one that's actually benefit to you. And I'll show you later on when you're editing. Why, this is a good thing. But for now, just hit, okay? And if I go back to my finder, you can see that it just created it. Underscore one 8. Copying Media to Project: I went ahead and copied all the video files that I'll be using into the video folder. So I took it from my documents, were had the footage saved. I just want head and copied, um, and moved him over here, taking the footage from somebody else. Like a client. You want to copy, not actually move the files over. So, in this instance, if you make believe that the documents is an actual external hard drive from a client, you only want to copy them over to your to your media folder, not move them. It's good to have multiple copies of it in different locations. In case anything happens. There is fire. There is theft. There is random acts of God which will take out a hard drive. If you're able to recover your project, you still have the footage and it's still safe. It's good to copy, not move 9. Adding Clips into Premiere Pro: Now I'm inside Adobe Premiere Pro, and we need to get the clips inside of it to start editing. There's a couple of ways to do this, but this is a workflow course. So ministry the quicker ways that I actually do it. You can go to your media folder and grab the video or whatever you call it, and you can left, click and drag and bring it over into the project panel. It's gonna import it and then create the folder based on the name of the folder that you actually tracked over. If you double click on it, you're gonna open up this window and all of your clips are inside there. Quick note. When you're clicking on this folder, if you hit command, it will jump into that folder, and it won't create a new pop out window for you and then to return. You could just hit the folder up here and we'll return you there. Other way to work on your project and import media is you can use the media browser now. I have a favorite set up, so it's gonna take me into my projects. If you find a folder that you like you can just right click as an example and you can hit add to favorites and will show up inside there, under your knees. Your favorites will quickly take you there. I'm gonna remove that from my favorites. So here's projects. I'm gonna go in to my project that it created 0040 the sea whack and I'm gonna jump to media and then go to video. And then I am going to go and find the clips that I like. So I'm gonna click on double click on here, and this is going to open up the clip inside your source monitor. The source monitor is a way to purview. Review the clips and it's not actually importing it to your project and its not putting it on the timeline. It just allows you to scroll long and see if it's clip that you like. This might be a good one that I'm gonna use and so I can right click and hit Import. What's good about doing doing it this way? Using the media browser is your only importing into the project clips that you're possibly going to use so you can go through all your clips and make sure. Is this a clip that I'm in use or not? Once in a while, depending on the footage or who shot it, sometimes you're gonna get these weird clips that are 1 to 2 seconds of absolutely nothing that's useful. So you don't have to go through and sword that. So I'm gonna go ahead and I'm going to start going through and finding clips. And then I'm on, import them all into here the next next little section, I will go ahead and show you how to start adding clips onto your timeline. 10. Creating Your Sequence: Now I've had my clips imported my project, and I need to create my sequence. How do I do that? Or what's the quickest way? Well, if you left click on a clip and you drag it down to the timeline panel and let go, it's gonna create a sequence based on the dimensions of the clip that you just dropped. So I'm going to right click, and I'm going to show you the properties of this. It is 14. 40 by 10. 80. Frame rate is 29.97 and the aspect ratio is 1.33 or HD anamorphic. If I come up to sequence well, I'm gonna click on the timeline panel. If I hit sequence, go to sequence settings, then you can see that those settings they're actually match the clip. What's good about this is you're not gonna be surprised at the end when you're exporting and you're gonna have a weird mismatch when it comes to exporting. Now I'm gonna drop that off, and I'm gonna delete that then. Now I have this sequence here and you can see that with this icon. This is a sequence. I'm gonna highlight that eminent name. This the main underscore at it. Okay, that's an example. There we go. And now I could start going through these clips, adding in and out points and start dropping those down to my timeline. Now, here's a quick thing that you should know sometimes, depending on the project. You Mavis, have different clips that have different dimensions, and you're gonna have to go through a decision process. So I'm gonna right click on this clip. Goto Property's gonna pull that up and then I have this K BYU community video. If I right click and go to properties, I'm gonna bring up its properties and then assure that there is a mismatch. And this is when you're gonna have to make a decision. So the K BYU is 12 80 by 7 20 Frame rate is the same, and the aspect ratio was 1.0 and versus the 1.33 HD anamorphic over here on the other clip . And then you can also see the sizes different. So you have to think of Think ahead. Where is this going to be delivered? And what size do you want to finally video to be in this example. I'm thinking I wanted to be 10 80 because the majority of my clips or 10. 80 I'm gonna be using And I'm gonna be cutting out parts from this K B Y U. So what that means is that this 7 20 is smaller than 10 80. There's gonna be some black wings on the side, and I'm gonna have to do something to fix that, and so this is a good opportunity for me to show you how to do that. 11. Thinking Ahead About Final Delivery: Okay, I briefly want to talk to you about having multiple formats of clips inside your project that you're going to be using. And the reason this can become a problem is you might have one clip. It's larger than one, and then you have a clip that's large, smaller than the other. And if you create the sequence based on will say, as I did hear the 10 80 if you take the key BYU community footage and you drop it in, it's gonna be 7 20 So let me show you an issue real quick. If I take this, just drag a whole thing. I'm gonna bring it on. You're gonna have one. This pop up does not match the sequence settings. So if I hit change, it's gonna change the whole sequence to match this. The majority of the footage I have is in this format, and I feel like I want to edit and render out in the 10 80. So I'm going to keep the existing, uh, keep existing settings. But now you're going to see a problem. I have these Black wings, so I'm gonna have to become creative and find a way to edit the edit. The project had this clip inside there. But get rid of these black wings without making it grow big and have bad resolution. So I'm gonna go ahead and show you that a little bit later on. But I want you to think ahead of time. How do you want? What do you want? The final project to be base your sequence settings on that and then go through and problem solve some of these other issues. 12. What I Picked: In the event of this project, I've decided to go with a 10 80 that's what I'm gonna use to head a master the project. So if I have any clips that are bigger or smaller than the sequence, I'm going to become creative and make those work for me. So let's get editing in the next section. I'll show you had to quickly drop your footage onto the timeline and show you how I go through and pick out clips and then I start working off of that. 13. Start Adding Clips: I'm going to go through all the clips, grab, grab little snippets of it, and I'm gonna drop the timeline. And that's later on. I'm gonna use the timeline to organize that. So what does that look like? So I have a clip here inside my source monitor, and I am going to go to a point that I like on that clip, I'm gonna hit the I button for the endpoint. I'm gonna play head. All right. So you were something to be cognizant of is if you watch this clip, there's two mood. Too much movement from the cameramen that I don't like. So I'm gonna find a spot that I like has is not jerking around. So I'm gonna move that I point there the in point, and I really don't like this can remove it. I'm gonna move the French really good for me. Okay. Boom. There you go. I like that. So there's a couple different ways I could drop the time Like, um, I can take the clip, drag it down. I left, click on the clip, drag it down, and put it onto the timeline where I wanted I'm gonna come to another section. Maybe I like where he's blinking his eyes. So I'm gonna grab another part of this clip. Then I'm gonna hit my out, my outpoint over out. I'm gonna hit Shift three to go to the timeline panel. Hit the down arrow. I'm gonna go to the end of the end of this current clip. I'm gonna hit, period, and that's gonna do it overwrite, And it's gonna add the clip to the timeline for me. So then I hit shift three and you can see I have both of them there. Now, I'm gonna go back to my project panel. I'm going to start going through all these clips. Quick thing I want to show you is I like to go through chronological order and just go through all of them. If I come over here, you can see the clips are Mitch mis match. I have 12 13 and missing 14 C. Fourteens there. They're not exactly in order. What I want to do it is if I come down here and you hit sore icons, you click that I like to go to name and then organizes everything into chronological order . And then I'm gonna go through and pull out clips all from all of these, and I'm gonna drop him on the timeline, So I'm gonna let it record, and I'm gonna kind of speed it up, and you kind of see the product, the process quickly from, like, an overhead view. 14. Spotting Timelapse: - Alright , So I've got a Really So I have a really long selection of clips here, but I've been able to take out all the good bits that I want to. And now I can start going through in cooling these out and really just cut out a lot of cliffs and get down to a manageable length. This is gonna be a presentation that cancer king is going to show to potential donors or potential sponsors and good, good ideas. Let's keep this toe a minute to two minutes. But now I have all the clips of her saying things or other people saying things that I can use to help tell the story. So I'm gonna go through and start calling those out even more and we'll work down. I'll show you how it gets smaller. 15. Spotting Timelapse Tip #1: Okay, Here's a good example of just making edit it and edit animals, which is in Summit County. And we had just finished a 15,000 square foot facility. So I have the issue there where somebody comes in and interrupts her. So I'm gonna scroll back Director of Friends of Animals, which is in Summit County. I'm gonna cut it off there and then I'm gonna drop it. The timeline. Now, when I'm making these edits, I don't have to earn spotting grabbing these clips from the source monitor. I'm gonna be I don't wanna be loose and fast. I don't have to make all the edits and be perfect inside this horse monitor. The thing is, the grab as much content as you can and then drop it to your timeline and do the refining on the timeline. You don't have to do it through this horse monitor. And we had just to start a program. So we had space CFC there he was. So we had space Teoh start a program like this. So I started doing research and ptsd. Really? So So we had space Teoh start looking like doing research on PTSD really was a big deal 16. Spotting Timelapse Tip #2: Um, something that I want to let you know about that is really helpful is when you've gone through a clip and you've dropped something out of the timeline is gonna give you this little linked audio used five times, and it's gonna have the video used five times you highlight over these 22 icons. So it's a visual, um, symbol showing you that you've already kind of gone through this clip, and part of that clip is actually on the timeline, so 17. Sequence Settings and Scaling Up: Another thing that I'm gonna do is I'm gonna go ahead and change the secret settings on this because I have a lot of good footage where I want. Kathy, I want this to be ah, full screen. And the best way to do that is not to scale it up. So let me show you if I do that, I had the clip selected. If I skill up and go ahead and grab gonna left click on the scale and I still up on an extra 50% now react the footage doesn't look bad. I can go ahead and actually keep it. You know, Ben has been with It's not too bad being scaled up action might be able to get away with that and just have to keep the project the same and scale up all the footage of her, and I could get away with that. So, um, there's not always a clear cut and dry, the answer for or some of the some of the problems that you run into with your video. As you saw, I thought one way in the note. I tried it out, and it looks like it's gonna work. So I'm going to stick with what I originally decided. So, um, I'm gonna go ahead and keep editing 18. Labels: All right, so this might be a good point to talk about, Um I have two different types of footage that we've discussed. I have, um, this footage that have shown up here before, and then I have this footage from K BYU community. I went ahead and I chopped up, and I grabbed a whole bunch of footage from the K BYU, and I placed it there. What I want to do is I'm gonna right click, and I am gonna go to label, and I'm gonna give this a different color. So let's say this is mango. This is help make helps me quickly identify, um, the difference. Different clips. And so I can kind of move them around. I really like the audio that came from this because Kathy is really explaining some of the points. And then I could jump back to in show what the veteran is saying 19. Set Marker For Length: something else I'm going to do is I want to try to keep this a maximum of two minutes. A good thing to do. So I'm just gonna come at zero 2000 And that's gonna put exactly on two minutes. Um, I am going to go ahead and add a marker. Absolutely. I just changed that arrow over. Go to exactly two minutes. I'm gonna put a marker, but a double click on it, and I'm going to say the duration is 200 No, double click on that when saying 20000 And that's going to make that two minutes long. So I know that the main project is going to need to stay somewhere in between here as I start to trim things down, it's just a good visual, uh, reminder of how long this is gonna be. And so now I'm just going to start refining down 20. Copy and pasting attributes: I wanted to make. One of the things I would recommend doing is you can go under motion inside the effects control panel If you click on motion highlighted hit command, see to copy it, then back out a little bit on your under timeline. I'm using the minus key just next to the delete button. Um, you're using the PC as your backspace, and I'm gonna highlight these, and I'm gonna hit Command V. So what that does is it paste that attribute to every single clip and it's making a full screen. 21. Edit to music: um, something else that might be good is I'm gonna go to Rto jungle dot net. And so I'm gonna go ahead and open up this website. What this is is it's a stock audio website that you can grab music for relatively cheap. So they say royalty, free music and audio track starting from $1. My common experiences, it's between 15 18 and dependent. Okay. And depending on your video, the the usage rights or the license is going to be more than adequate. So I'm gonna go through and try to find a piece of music that I think might work for this. Um, let's just type in love kind of see, and I'm just gonna click ahead. So what I'm doing is I'm just quickly previewing the clip, just getting an overall idea for the clip instead of having to listen to every single one because this is all about speed, right? But quality. And so I'm gonna type in hope and see if that's ah, good match. Now, the reason I'm doing this I'm grabbing a music clip is I want to start editing. Um, I want to drop a preview file in here and start editing to the beat of the music, and I think it might help tell the story a little bit. B'more, um, cohesive. If I go through all my edits and then add in the music, I'm gonna have to make some adjustments. But it might be good. Just toe. Have the preview file there and kind of edit to that and how sometimes you have a client, you'll do all that. You will drop in an audio clip, you'll edit time it and everything. And they just don't like the music. You're gonna have to, you know, kill that audio track and then drop in a new one and make some adjustments. But for me, I found that this is the best ways I try to find out what the client provide him with the couple samples and in emails they hate. Here's three tracks. I'm thinking for this video. Would you think haven't picked one of the three and start heading to that? And I find that quickly. I find that it gets you in the range a lot quicker, more quickly, so all right. I'm gonna keep listening. All right? Hitting space bar. And they didn't want to stop s Oh, you know, I actually like this one. So I'm gonna click on hope and it's gonna want me to download a preview. I have learned from Mac that you actually just want to go to, um, you can download a preview, then it's gonna open up iTunes. Just go ahead and close that under keyboard hit command L or Control L and you're gonna want to copy this link. Now go to your downloads and find your audio clip that you just downloaded and hit command I and that's going to open up. That's going to open up the preview or excuse me? The info and down here in comments you have the ability to paste or add in your own tax. So I'm gonna actually paste a link there. And so I'm gonna go ahead and close that down. The reason I do that is, if I ever closed this page, um, inadvertently, accidentally, I have a power outage and I lose my You know, my computer shuts down when I go to this This file. Go here. When I go to this file, I can always hit command I and the files, Their command see Copy and go ahead and drop it in, and we'll take you to that page. This is especially useful if you are ready to purchase the song. You could just come back here at a car, go through it, and then there's an easy way just to replace the existing file. So am I. Don't down those folder here. Um, I can move that over to the folder that I just you know, my project folder. So I'm gonna hit command t to create a new tab in silent inside finder windows. You just create a new, uh, new explorer, window hitting command. And inside the search, I can also hit command. Have to get there. Type in 0040 That's the project. See, now, this is starting to become easier. I know that 0040 was a project I'm working on. I have to click on this, Mac, and there's the project. A double click on it and all my fouls air here. I'm gonna go under audio and I'm gonna go under music. Double click on that. Then I can left, click and drag. Then hold command, hover over music hover inside. Here and let go. It moved that clip into the into the music folder, and I can go ahead and close down Finder then and come into audio inside my media browser putting music. There's the file I can right click and import, or I can actually just come over and drag it to the timeline. I'm going to expand the timeline, the audio and I'm on hold, option plus minus to grow that. And then I am going to click on the rubber band here and drag it down because it's gonna be loud. I've noticed that they always the clips, audio clips on auto jungle are always pushing negative zero decibels up here, um, or even clipping. So I just like to drop it down, All right, so that gives me a good idea. So that's something I can get on 22. Purchase and Replace Music: All right, So now I'm ready to work on the audio portion of this video. I might have some more fine tuning to do with the, uh, video clips, but now I'm gonna move on to the audio to can show you my workflow. The first thing that I want to do is I'm going to purchase this audio track. What you can do, what's really easy is, uh if you right click on it, it's gonna highlight it for you. And if you go down to reveal and find her, it'll show you the location of that audio file that we saved. So you don't have to go through and navigate to find her so you can see it's inside my audio slash slash music. And if I right click and I go to get get info, that's command. I it's gonna show this window here and remember earlier on, we grabbed the, um, the U R L for that item and actually dropped inside the comments. So if I copy that, I can actually go into page, add to cart, do what I gotta do, and then I had the ability to go to download. It's gonna download the audio for me. So it's going to show you where the clip is. Um and you can go ahead and add a car, go through and purchase it. Once you've purchased it, it's going to show your order and you can go ahead and click download. Then it will download it to you're, uh, downloads folder. And there it is. There are the files. So I'm gonna open this inside finder. I'm gonna highlight those two and then I'm gonna go to hit command space bars Resort for zero school to click on audio, Open up audio for me, go to music, grab those two and then drop them in. Now I can go back to Premier go inside Media browser, click on audio Cody Music and my three files are there the original that we've been working off of the preview in the two new ones that I purchased. So I am going to take the very 1st 1 and I'm gonna right click and import it into the project. Then my audio is right there with I'm gonna select it with its selected on a right click and I'm gonna go replace with clip from Ben and now, with these veterans coming back and helping them get through their issues so they could return to family civilian like one of them, I don't have audio jungle issue anymore. 23. Clean Up Your Project: So while I'm here, I don't let things get a little bit messy. And so here's how you clean it up. I am going to come over here to list for you, and you can see I have Icon has video icon in the audio icon. That's a video clip. When a select the 1st 1 holding shift, I'm gonna come down and highlight all those. Then on the left, click and drag into or onto the folder icon here I let go, was gonna create a new folder for me. I'm gonna call this clips, Troll that down, get rid of that. Then I've got all of these right here. Their pictures. You could tell their pictures by that. The color right there it's the same is on the timeline as it is here. Same thing. Left click drag Go onto the folder Creative folder called This Photos, and there's also going to include the color Matt, just so you know, if you want, you can take that out. Just leave it out. If you're using it often, who's down photos and then I can take these two audio drag it over it have been, call it audio or folder, been cooler audio and dropped those inside there 24. Outro: So there you have it. That is the class that is taking a project from the beginning and going all the way to the end, where you can deliver it to your clients or you have a video available for your own use is also I hope, that you've learned something about your own workflow and that you've been able to put it together and streamline it to make it work for you. So I appreciate your time, appreciate it, coming along with me Thank you. And cheers.