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Premiere Pro Masterclass Module 2 - Editing Basics

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Intro to Module 2


    • 2.

      Create a New Sequence


    • 3.

      Add Clips to the Timeline, Sync Footage, and Make Selects


    • 4.

      EXERCISE: Sync Audio and Video


    • 5.

      EXERCISE REVIEW: Sync Audio and Video


    • 6.

      Basic Edits - Trim Clips, Split Edits, Slip Edits, and More!


    • 7.

      Add and Edit Cutaway Footage and Photos


    • 8.

      Adjust the Size and Position of Your Clips & EXERCISE


    • 9.

      EXERCISE REVIEW: Adjust Size and Position of Clips


    • 10.

      OPTIONAL: How to Edit Down an Interview


    • 11.

      Thank You


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ATTENTION: There is a new version of this Premiere Pro course here on Skillshare. Take the newer version of this course here.

Welcome to Module 1 - Start Video Editing

Start editing your video professionally with Adobe Premiere Pro CC!

Enroll in all 11 modules of this course:

  1. Intro to Premiere Pro
  2. Editing Your Videos
  3. Adding Video and Audio Transitions
  4. Adding Titles
  5. Editing Audio
  6. Color Correction and Grading
  7. Motion in Premiere Pro
  8. Exporting Your Videos
  9. Visual Effects and Advanced Premiere Pro Tips
  10. Video Speed in Premiere Pro
  11. Green Screen Editing


If you are looking for a video editing application that will allow you to edit videos however you want them, Adobe Premiere Pro is the best answer. Premiere Pro is used by professionals across the world for every type of production from business & marketing videos, music videos to documentaries, feature films. This full course is the best way to jump right in and start editing.

Make videos the way you imagine them!

Practice editing while you learn. This course includes practice video files so you can follow along and actually learn by doing.

By the end of the course, you'll have edited a 1-minute documentary with the supplied footage.

I'll be teaching the course using the creative cloud version, but if you have a previous version (CS6, CS5, CS4, CS3 - Mac or PC), you can still learn to edit like a pro.

What makes me qualified to teach you?

My name is Phil and I've been editing videos with Adobe Premiere Pro for over a decade. Plus I'm the creator of some of the world's most popular video editing courses - with over 150,000 students and thousands of 5-star reviews like these from the Adobe Premiere Pro course:

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I'm a full time video editor and online teacher. I'll be here for you every step of the way. If you have any questions about the course content or anything related to this topic, you can always post a question in the course or send me a direct message. 

What is this Adobe Premiere Pro course all about?

In this complete guide to Adobe Premiere Pro video editing course, you'll not only learn all of the editing tools available in Premiere Pro, but also how to edit with the mindset of a professional editor.

This module will cover everything you need to know to start video editing, including:

  • Starting a new project
  • Importing and organizing your videos
  • Stabilizing shaky video!

Learn from someone who is currently working in the industry, who knows the most current editing techniques, and who has a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Television Production from one of the country's top film schools.

BONUS: As a bonus, you'll receive supplemental video and audio clips to practice with while I teach you with.

By the end of this course, your confidence as a video editor will soar You'll have a thorough understanding of how to use Adobe Premiere Pro for fun or as a career opportunity.

Go ahead and click the enroll button, and I'll see you in the first lesson!



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1. Intro to Module 2: Hey, this is Phil, and I'm bringing you Module two of the Adobe premiere Pro masterclass in this module. We're going to start editing our own videos, so you're going to learn how to take your footage added to your timeline and learn lots of different ways to edit and manipulate it to create a great sequence. As always, the practice files will be in the course project tab on the skill share page. And if you're interested in the rest of the modules in this master class, you can click through the links on the course description or just search on skill share for Adobe Premiere Pro Masterclass module. One module to Model three and there's lots of them. So I encourage you to in role in all of the modules of this course. Because there's over six hours of content. Combine cool. Well, let's get started with module to 2. Create a New Sequence: The next thing we're going to do is create a new sequence to create a new sequence. I'm going to show you a very easy way right now. And then later on, I'll follow it up with more details. Pick the video that is going to be the most popular or the most used type of video in your sequence. For example, I have an interview clip. I also have B roll that has all types of footage. While all of this footage matches, you might not have footage for your own project that matches the frame rate, the frame size. Maybe you have some four K footage. Maybe you have some regular 1920 by 10 80 footage. Pick the video clip that is going to be used the most. For me. It's going to be my interview clip. So I'm just going to take this clip and literally just drag it onto this new item button, this one that looks like a post it note. What happens is a new sequence pops up. Our footage is added to the timeline already in this sequence. Settings for this timeline match our video clip. If you go up to sequence sequence settings. You'll see all of the settings, the frame size, the frame rate, the audio settings. This matches your video footage, and that's what you want. You don't want a mismatch. So when you're choosing which video to use, just remember, use the video that's going to be used most in your video sequence. Now we have this timeline. Let's just go over the basic rules of what this timeline does. We have our video tracks up. Here are three video tracks. Then we have our three audio tracks down here. We can move a video clip or audio clip around by dragging up or dragging down to a new track or moving to the left or right We see at the top. We have our time. We have our timeline indicator that we can click and drag. This is this blue little line in there. We can zoom into our timeline. Down here we have the slider that slides along the time line. At the end, if we click the end and drag in or out, we can zoom in. You can also press the plus or minus key buttons that are to the left of the delete key on a Mac or to the left of the backspace button on a PC and that will zoom in and zoom out of your timeline. There's still a lot of buttons in this timeline that we haven't covered yet, but we will be covering all the things that you need to know throughout the rest of the lessons. Now. I mentioned before that this was the easy way to create a new sequence. If you think you've got it and you just want to know this easy way, you can go ahead and skip on to the next lecture and the next practice activity. But for those of you who want a little bit more information, let's get going. You can, instead dragging into this new item, but it just click new sequence. You could also go up to file new sequence, and this will pop open the new sequence module, where you actually can choose the sequence settings yourself. There are three tabs. Your sequence presets, settings and tracks. The sequence presets thes actually have some presets for different types of cameras and different types of shooting that might match what you want. For example, maybe you shot with a digital SLR DSLR, and you shot at 10 80 24 frames per second. You might want to select that preset. Maybe you shot on a red camera. They have lots of different red preset settings, so that's one way to do it. Or you can choose your settings yourself custom. Mize it Go to the settings tab, drop down to custom under editing mode. Then you can go go through everything. The time base. What's your frames per second? 23 976 29 97 Your frame size 1920 by 10 80. Or is it 12 80 by 7 20? Make sure that it matches how you shot your footage. Pixel aspect feels display. These will stay the same audio sample rate. 48,000 hertz. That's typically what you want to choose. Display format. Audio samples is good Video previews. All of this will typically stay the same, except if you have a smaller frame size, say 12 80 By 7 20 you might. This will change as well to match your frame size at the bottom, you can rename your sequence, so if you have ah, documentary version one, you might want to call it that and losses the trucks. This is where you number, how Maney video and audio tracks you want. The standard is set to three. We have three video tracks up here in three audio tracks. We can add audio tracks later on. It's very easy. I'll show you in just one second when you're done and you're happy with your settings, just click OK, that will open up a new timeline right here, and the sequences also show up in your project panel. Over here, I mentioned adding new idea tracks and video tracks. When you have video a video clip on your timeline, you can literally drag it up into the empty space above the tracks to create 1/4 audio track or 1/5 1 or 1/6 1 And same with the audio. I think I said audio before, but that was video. This is audio, so there's some more advanced tips for creating a sequence that has the perfect settings. If you have something that you don't want to match your camera typically, though, you want your sequence settings to match exactly what you shot, as so just do the easy way of dragging into this new item button 3. Add Clips to the Timeline, Sync Footage, and Make Selects: slowly working our way to getting our project toe look similar to this project. What we've done so far is just added one video track or clip to our first video and first audio track. So let's learn how to add more clips to our timeline. When you're shooting with multiple cameras, you need to sink that footage on your timeline. Here we have our interview. Be camera. To add this to this timeline, simply click and drag it over to our timeline. I'm still holding it down. You can see that I can add it to the second track. I can add it to the third track, fourth track, or even add it to a completely new track of video and audio. Or I can put it right on top of our interview. A camera track. But that wouldn't be good. I don't want that to happen. Since this is the B camera, I'm actually going to do something a little bit interesting. I'm going to put it on our video track one over here. Then I'm going to put the interview a camera up to the second video track. The reason I do that is when I put the interview be camera clip underneath the A camera. I still see the A camera footage, and that's what I want. If I talk on the eyeball button right there, you can see me looking at the B camera shot. But since I'm going to be using the A camera shot more, I wanted to be on top of the B camera footage. That's just a personal preference. The next thing we have to do is sink this camera to a camera and be camera. I'm going to zoom in on the timeline using the plus button on my keyboard. Then I'm going to expand the audio track so that I can actually see the wave forms in the track. What I can do is double click in this area to the right of the S and to the left of this line in this audio track, one you can see. When I do that, I see the audio wave forms. We can double click here, or I can just click and drag at the bottom of this this track to expand audio track to you can actually cheat to sink this footage by just lining up the left hand side of the beginning of the clip. If I zoom in here really closely, you can see that the audio wave forms match. And when you play through it, which you might have to do on your own, you can hear that they match up. One audio is coming from a camera, which was the Lava Lear microphone that was plugged in. You can't see it. It's hidden right here behind this button, but that was actually plugged into the camera, so it's really high quality audio. The other audio from the B camera is just coming straight from the camera's microphone, which isn't good audio, which we're not going to actually use. This footage is already sink because I exported just this little part of the interview for camera and Be, and I exported the same exact clip length. But in reality, the interview clip a and the interview clip be would be different lanes. They wouldn't start at the exact same time, so you might not know exactly how to sink the footage. You can zoom in here really far to just try to manually nudge things around so that the wave forms match up, or you can do a cool option that Adobe Premiere Pro has, which is automatic sinking when you have two clips and that works best with just two clips on your timeline that you want to sink and this could be to video clips. Or it could be in a video clip and then an audio clip, just an audio clip from an audio recorder. Select the two clips right, click and say, Synchronize. Then click audio down here, make sure it's on audio, mixed down and select. Okay, it's going to process the audio, and it's going to try to sink the footage, and you can see what happened is it did move the clips and it matched them up. And now the audio is sink together. Sometimes it doesn't always work. Sometimes that work. You have to do it a couple of times for it to work, But it's a cool way to automatically sync footage in Adobe Premiere Pro. So we're just going to move these two clips, and you can see that if I select both eclipse, I can drag them over to the left. I can move them together, and I just select both by clicking and dragging over them. See how I click and drag over them instead of just selecting one and then the other, which you can do by selecting one and then shift clicking the next one. Or you can just click and drag over. Okay, so that is adding a clip to our timeline. We haven't gone through our interview yet. That's the next thing we're going to do. We have to edit this interview down, but I want to show you how to add other clips to your project. So if we add the open up the B roll footage, we can select any of these clips and drag it onto our timeline, So you can see now if I put this right here towards the beginning, zoom in a bit and I play through this. It's going to play through the the audio or the video, and then it's going to cut to this B roll shot. Another way to add video to your timeline is using the source monitor. This allows you to preview a clip and to Onley select a specific portion of a clip to add to your timeline. Let me open up this working on share clip Here's a video clip and it opens up here in the top. Then I can press the space bar right here to play it. And if you don't want the entire track, you can make a selection to bring into your timeline. If you want the entire track, what you can do is simply click the video right here in drag down here onto our timeline, just like we did before. If it's, it's basically the same thing as clicking down here in the project panel and dragging onto our timeline. I'm just undoing those edits by pressing command Z on my keyboard controls the if you're on a PC, or maybe you just want the video. From this clip, you can select this drag video on Lee Button and see now the audio doesn't come with it or the drag audio only button not just brings the audio. So maybe there was something that he says there's something some sound that you want that might be an option that you need but say we don't want the entire clip. Maybe we just want starting from a certain point, we can click and drag this little timeline indicator up here we can press the arrow keys on our keyboard to move left or right by a frame. We can also press shift an arrow key to jump five frames at a time to the left or right. So maybe we want to start here and to set the in point for this selection. Press this button right here, the mark in button or I on your keyboard and what happens is the right side of the selection is selected. Then I play through, and when I want to stop saying I want to stop right there, I can press this mark out button or press Oh, on my keyboard. Now, when I dragged this clip onto my timeline, it's just taking this selection of the clip. So this is a good way to find specific parts of video or audio clips that you want to add to your timeline. We can actually then go in and increase or decrease the mark in, or mark outpoints. If we do want to add more or less. But it doesn't affect what's already on the timeline, you would have to re import it. So see how I already added this clip, how it was before, and then I went further and extended. This is not extending this clip in the timeline. It's just extending the selection of the clip from the project panel. And then we would have to re import. And you can see if I put this on the fourth video track, the longer video clip selection just going to delete that there are some hot key buttons that you might want to understand. So when we have a selection, you have these buttons here insert and overwrite. Let's see what happens when I click. Insert when I click, insert and pay attention to my timeline. See this timeline indicator right here, which is the blue line that I am playing through the video clip. If it's right there and I choose insert, look what happens. This video clip is added to video Track one, an audio track one, and it splits the interview a an interview, be clips, and it puts it in between. Basically, I'm going to undo that, and then I'm going to press over right, see what happens. Instead of splitting these clips and basically pushing them aside and making room for this video clip, it just overwrites it right on top and you can't see it cause we it's on track one. If I toggle off track to, you'll see that now it cuts from this interview clip to this clip. We just added, and then it will cut back to the interview clip. But that's not what we want because it overrode this video clip. How do we use thes quick buttons for adding this clip to say, Track three rather than track one? Because this is a cool way to add footage to our video sequence, but not when it overrides video clips that we want on our timeline. What you have to do is change the track selection over here for overriding. So if we select right here just on the left, not this one over here, not this column right here. But over here on the left and we move the V one to this V three layer, let's see what happens when I click over right. The video is added to track three, but the audio is still on track one. So we've got to make sure that we change both of them, so we're going to change a one from the track one to track three. Now, when we press overwrite or split, it's going to add it to the timeline on the right track that we want, the one that we have selected. Those are many ways to add video or audio clips. Let me just collapse these track so that we can see a little bit batter. We can do the same thing with our music. So say we have a music track. We can just drag it onto a new audio track layer, or we can double click it toe open up in our source. We can make a selection by pressing the I button for an in point and the O button for an outpoint and then drag it down or press override or insert of I zoom out and we have a one track three selected and we say over right it as it right there. If we say insert inserts it and splits all of the tracks, all the video and audio on all of the tracks play around with this. Play around with adding clips to your timeline. In the next lesson, we're going to learn how to actually added your clips. Once they are on the timeline 4. EXERCISE: Sync Audio and Video: I'm going to show you why I clocked right there in the follow up lesson Today, though, in this video I want you to take action. This is a practice lesson of sinking up audio and video. A lot of times with modern cameras, you're shooting with a DSLR camera, like what I'm doing right now, and it has a road video, my pro microphone attached to it. But the audio from that might, isn't that great You can hear now. It's not as great as the boom mic, the road anti G three, which I'm recording with right now as well. So in this lesson, download the audio and the video clips there. Downloadable files attached in the resource is go into Premiere Pro and sync up that footage yourself. I'm going to follow this up with the review lesson next showing you how I did it. But I want you to practice first. Thanks for watching. If you have any questions, send me a message or post a question on the Q and a tab on the course, and we'll see you in that next lesson. Good luck 5. EXERCISE REVIEW: Sync Audio and Video: Let's review how you would sink the audio and the video. Hopefully, you were able to do it yourself. I'll show you the easy way. We could just select both right click and say Synchronize, make sure we're on audio and then click. OK, yeah, that does a pretty good job at sinking the audio in the video. We're going to show you why I clap right? Sounds pretty good if we mute the video audio track for a track one there in the follow up , let's just to get the road and TG three audio sounds really good, but it's not perfect. We have to go in and find Tune this. If we go in and zoom in as much as possible, I'm just pressing the plus button next to my delete key on my Mac keyboard. We can see from this clap that these aren't perfectly sync. It's off by half a frame or less than half a frame. But if we select the video or the audio and we try to nudge it forward or backwards, and I'm nudging it by pressing command right arrow or left arrow control, if you're on a PC, it never lines up perfectly. The way we fine tuned audio is buying going here on our timeline, saying show audio time units which changes our clock up here and allows us to dive in even deeper. We can zoom in more now you can see as I zoom in more her, and we can then go and sink this footage. Notice, though, that when I try to click the and move the video track to the left or right, it still only allows me to nudge it by one frame, see this plus pop up. And when I drag to the right, it's one to those airframes that I'm moving it by. But if I click the audio, even just the audio from the video or the audio track now I can move even more precisely so I can zoom in here even more. Make sure that this is aligned more properly, seem out and that looks pretty good. And now they play through this. That's a perfect clap before it was off, just by a little bit. So the next thing I would do I'm just gonna go back and turn off show audio time units and then I'm going to dis enable the video audio. So I'm going to option click this video right here or this audio for the video, right click it and uncheck enable. Then I'm going to link up the audio and from the anti G three to the video itself. So I'm going to select All right, click and first say unlinked, which, unlike the video from this audio that I'm going to select all again right, click and say link. Now if I take my razor blade tool and I want to make cuts, it happens to both audio tracks and the video, and it's all linked together. That's how I would sink this audio and fine tune it with that trick of showing the audio time units. If you have any questions, let me know. Otherwise we'll see you in another lesson. 6. Basic Edits - Trim Clips, Split Edits, Slip Edits, and More!: in this lesson. We're learning about all of our different editing tools over here so that we can edit our footage on our timelines in a very efficient way. That's the goal is to make you efficient. Editors, just like a pro would be to learn how to do this. Let's start a new sequence. I'm going to take some of my B roll clips and add it to just a new sequence that we can work on. I'm going to take this cruising down Street MP four. Just drag it onto a new sequence. Sometimes that pops up. It seems like it's asking you to add a completely new sequence. Just press cancel and then it's already added this new sequence. So I'm just gonna call his B roll at it. The number is going to take cruising and straight to Dragon on to the end. Then let's just do working on the chair and maybe one more photo Anthony and learning. So I just have all four of these clips back to back. The entire clips are on there, so let's go through our tools. First is the selection tool, and whenever you have her over any of these tools, you see the keyboard shortcut V for selection. This is your most popular tool. It's what you're going to use to select a move around. Sometimes this modifies to a different tool. For example, when you hover over in between a panel that changes so you can change the panel size. When you hover on the side of a clip on your timeline, it changes to the trim edit tool. What that is it allows you to select a clip and dragged the endpoint in or the in point in or out. So now, if we play through this, it gets cut off right there instead of going all the way to the end of the clip and cutting to that next shot. So just using the selection tool and the trim at it, you are able to edit these clips down. And one thing you can see when I actually in making that at it. When I have the selected and I drag in or out, you can see up in the program monitor. You can see where I am about to edit in or out. So say I want to add it before he gets to that truck. See? Right here. Maybe I want at it. The end right there. So now if I play through this, it goes and cuts right there before he rolls past that truck, there's different ways to get it to be. At that point, though, it's only just extend these sides. I'm going to skip over to this razor blade tool. Think of it as a razor where you can cut your clips up so I can just cut around and it cuts the clips into different pieces I'm gonna undo that was pressing. Control commands you on my keyboard controls the if you're on a PC. If I want to cut specifically at this frame right before he gets to the truck, I can take my razor but late tool and just trim right there. So now we have an edit right at that spot. I can go back to my selection tool just pressing V on May keyboard. Select this second part where is going behind that truck and delete it just by pressing delete on my keyboard on a Mac or backspace on a PC. Say I want to cut right there, but then go directly into this clip right here, which hasn't been color corrected to about this point. I can take my razor blade tool again. Trim right there. Take my selection tool, select this first part, delete it, then I can select all of these clips or just the single clip and drag them over to the left toe where they meet. You'll notice that a lot of things I'm doing it seems like there's like a magnetic touch. As soon as you get over to the left, it snaps into place. That's because I have this magnet snap button selected, and that's very useful, especially when you're making edits. When you want to specifically make a cut where your timeline indicator is with the magnetic snap button on, it will automatically help you edit. To that point. It will help you move things specifically to that point. If I don't do it, if I don't have snap on, I have toe eyeball it. I have to get it right there where they meet, and that's a little bit harder than with the magnet medic Snap Tool on. So that's one way to move these clips all the way to the left. I'm going to move them back, and I'm gonna show you a different way. You can click in this area between the clips impressed delete on your keyboard and that does a ripple delete. It's the same thing as going right. Click and choosing Ripple Delete. It deletes the space in between, and it moves everything on the right side to the left. You can do a lot of edits with just those tools, just with the selection tool where you can choose the end of the clip or the beginning of a clip to drag in or out in the razor blade tool. But Premiere Pro comes with some other tools that are even more helpful. I'm just going to get this back to where we were, where all the entirety of all of these clips are on our timeline. 12 Well, I want to talk about is the Ripple Edit tool. Be on the keyboard. See what happens when I select that tool and I hover over the edge of a clip. When I'm not hovering over the edge of a clip, it doesn't look like it can do anything. It's not gonna let me select anything, But if I hover over the clip edge of the clip and I dragged to the left. See what happens when I let go. All of the clips on the right automatically jump to the left, so it automatically does that ripple delete of that space. That was between where before we had to delete it ourselves. This is just a one step process. Same if we go to this next shot and we drag in to the point where we want it's going to edit to that point and make all these clips jump over to the left, let me show you what happens went if we were to do that same thing without the ripple at it tool. So I just undid that. Take my selection tool drag in. There's that space right there. But with the Ripple edit tool, it automatically will jump all these clips to the right over to the left. So now we have this edit right here to here. Got it? And this clip is not color corrected. You might be thinking, Wow, why does that clip look so bad? We're going to learn how to color correct this footage and a future lesson. It's because we shot basically raw footage. That's what that lut that l u T file is all about. We'll learn about that during color correction. So that's the Ripple Edit tool. A quick way to get to the ripple at it. Tool. Zoom in a little bit further on my keyboard is when we are hovering over our timeline with our selection tool. Just press command on your keyboard or control. If you're on a PC, see what happens now. With command selected, my selection tool becomes the ripple edit tool, that yellow tool. And when I select and drag in, it acts as the ripple Edit tool you'll notice when I have commands. I'm still present command. There's this other tool. This is the rolling Edit tool. It looks, it's red. It has four arrows. What this does It will move this cut point to the right or left, and it will edit the left or right sides. So see what happens when I click this with the ruling Edit tool and dragged to the left. This first clip becomes shorter and the second clip became longer. We could do that ourselves just with the selection tool by clicking with the trim edit tool and then clicking the 2nd 1 and dragging it to meet it. But the same thing happens when we use the rolling at it tool drag to the left or when we have our selection tool selected and we press command on our keyboard. When we go in between, when we see the red rolling at it toe highlighted in drag, there are two more tools that I want to go over really quickly. He slipped Tool and the slide tool. Let me just make this clip a lot shorter. I'm just going to make this clip very short right here, going to delete that space in there. I could just take my slip tool. Why on my keyboard, click on this clip and then dragged to the left. You can see that there's two videos popping up in the program. Monitor. The video on the left is where the video will start. The video clip on the right shows where that clip will end. So say we want to get him already running in this current corner and end right there. When he gets into the shadow of that tree, it's basically slipping. This clip to the left, the timing of it so it starts and ends earlier. Or we could slip back Dragon to the right so it starts and ends later. I hope that kind of makes sense. I know it's a little bit confusing, but I think playing with these tools yourself, you'll start to understand what's actually going on. The last one is this slide tool. Say I have three clips in a row. If I select this middle clip and drag to the right or drag to the left, see what happens. It moves this clip to the left that is the first clip shorter, and it makes this third clip longer or back to the right. So it's taking that middle clip and editing the clips around it. The first and the third clips in this sequence, the tools that I mainly use are the selection tool with the modifiers of the rolling edit and the ripple at it. This will make you a very efficient video editor. I want to show you one more thing back on our main sequence. I'm going to delete these to be rolled clips that we have just by selecting them and pressing delete on keyboard and same with this audio. Selecting it, pressing, delete or backspace. If you're on a PC, we have these two clips interview a an interview. Be if I take my say razor blade tool and I go through this and we're listening and we find a good spot that we want. I can either making add it to both clips by clicking one after the other and then say we played through this and we really like this sound bite that he's saying right now and then we stop. We want to take that selection again. Now we can with the selection tool, take this selection and move it around or take this first selection and delete it whatever we want. But that was a two step process. I'm just going to undo that. So say, Let's just open up this wave form again. Gonna zoom in here on my keyboard. Say, we want starting here to hear for both clips. We can take the razor blade to again while we have a hovering over a timeline press shift on your keyboard, which makes it a razor blade tool that cuts everything on the timeline at this point with the resident regular razor blade tool. It just cuts that track that you click on with the shift double razor tool. It cuts everything on the timeline. So it's just a faster way to cut everything. Because you might have not only audio, you might have be rule. You might have all sorts of other things, and you want to just trim everything at once. Another way to do this. There's always another way, so I hope you're sticking with me because this is really important for this audio track. What we're going to do is we're actually just going to delete Thebe Camera audio. So does select just the B camera audio versus the video. You have to option click the audio Ault. Click. If you're on a pc, see if you just click one or the other. It selects both the audio in the video, so if you press delete, it will delete both the audio and the video. But if we just want to get rid of this audio A. What we can do is press option click. It just selects the audio track, whatever clip we select and then delete it or we might not want to actually delete this audio track because we might want to save it, just in case the audio from Camera A gets messed up or something like that. I just back up. We never really want to delete it. We can just right click and you'll see again what I did. I actually just right clicked, and it selected both the audio and video. What I'm going to have to do is option right click and then check enable. When enable Does is similar to what this toggle track on and off button does. But instead of turning on and off an entire track, it turns off just a single clip. So now the audio from Camera B is off if we play through this, but it's still there in case we need to enable it later on. It's time to play a little bit around with this at it. What I want you to do before we start our the next part of the project is go through this interview and find the parts that you want to save for your video. So this interview clip is seven minutes long or so. The final project for this course is to have a one minute long video, and I know a minute might or might not sound long to you. A minute video for a lot of people is long nowadays, but when you have an interview like this, it is hard to kind of pick and choose the points that you want to edit. So go through the interview using the editing tools, make your selections and cut it down to just one minute. So by the next lesson, you and I will have a sequence that just has one minute worth of video with both interview camera A and B interview audio A on an interview. Audio Be off and it's just going to look like a sequence like this, but it's going to have a bunch of edits, and it's going to be a minute long. No, In the next lesson, I'm going to jump ahead toe, adding B roll and making a good sequence. But at the very end of this course, I'm going to put together a bunch of the longer lessons, including one where I walk through my entire editing process for finding the right audio clips for this interview This is seven minutes long. Anthony talks about a lot of different things, and it's interesting to see perhaps what you are going to create, what I want to create, what I think is important, what you think is important. Or maybe it's not the most important thing, but just what you think would be interesting for a minute long piece. So if you want to see me, added this entire interview clip down to one minute, there will be a lesson later on in the course. I just didn't explaining that. I don't want to toe put it in the very next lesson because some people might want to just do it themselves and jumped on to the next lesson where we'll learn a little bit more. So anyways, have talked about this long enough. Enjoy that lesson if you want, and we'll see you in the next lesson. When we start adding Mawr B roll to our footage 7. Add and Edit Cutaway Footage and Photos: Welcome back to the chorus. Maybe you watch the previous election lecture in the section and were able to edit your interview sequence yourself. Or maybe you wash the full length editing section that I put later on in the course that got me to where I am today just to catch you up. We haven't Anthony V one sequins, where I have one minute's worth of interview clips with both the A camera and be camera. In this video. We're going to add B roll to our footage, so we have to decide where we want B roll and what that B roll is going to be. It's probably a good idea for you to look through the B roll shots, see what all of them are and look through the photos and see what they are as well. And you're free to go online and try to find your own B roll. Or you could even shoot your own. Be your whole if you you think there's a shot that needs to be done. We are limited, though, with the B roll that I've given you, and that's could be a problem if you want a specific B roll shot. But it's also a good challenge to come up with a way to edit video and make it look amazing without having every single shot that you would like Toa have. So going through my interview, we're just gonna listen through it, and then we're going to see what we want to add to as B roll. The same year I was diagnosed that summer, the whole a less ice bucket challenge phenomenon went viral. So for this intro part, I'm not going to have any B roll because I want to just jump right into his face into seeing Anthony on camera. To introduce him to the audience will probably put a graphic lower third title, and we'll learn how to do that. In the titles section of this course, Everyone that I knew in their mamas baby's mama doing so you'll see that there is a little jump cut right here. We were trimming down the clip, one that I knew their momma's baby, and there's an audio sort of sounds like a glitch will fix that with the transitions in the next couple of lessons. But here is a part where we want to add some clips of the A. L s Ice Bucket challenge. I don't have the rights to other videos of other people. But you could If this was an actual documentary you were making, you might want to get rights to other A list Ice Bucket Challenge videos. Here we do have the clip that he gave me for my documentary of him during the Ice Bucket challenge. So without context is kind of weird museum in a bikini. But this is just for fun. Ah, just Teoh. Be crazy, more wild out there, Try to get more views. So I'm going to scan through this and just get to the parts where it's kind of funny. So we got a couple different shots him talking, calling out Ellen. So if you're editing your minute long piece and you're making it about him calling out Ellen, you might want to actually include the audio clip from him, calling out Ellen right here for me. I'm just gonna take these shots and I'm just going to scrub through it, press the eye for the in point, play through it. Stop press Oh, for the out point. Take the video on Lee and drag it down here. If I expand this track three, I can see what this clip is, and this is good so that I know what's going on on my timeline. I know what the video clips look like. Gonna scrub through here even more. Maybe goes funny part. Start where he starts to scrub the window. Maybe while he's doing it something like here. It's kind of funny, but make sure we end before it cuts to this other shot. Put this afterwards, viral everyone that I knew in their mamas baby's mama doing the a less ice bucket challenge , dumping ice water over their head. Nobody talked, and we're gonna finish with this shot of ice water dumping over his head, matching what he's saying on in the interview with what you're seeing a challenge dumping ice water over their head. Nobody talks in the video clip about this disease because I think it's OK that this clip actually extends past where he stops that last line and continues this into this next thought. These because it's ugly, you know that doesn't go viral, but as soon as somebody does something random and fun, if we have more video clips that might look be good to add some more. Ls ice bucket clips right here. So that's what I did. First day I got 100,000 views. Then, for my added, he starts talking about the vire ality of it, how it went viral. And he talks about the social media views. So we have a few social media screenshots that we're going to add. What? I'm going to do it. Just select all of these just by selecting the top one shift clicking the last one. Drag it down here. I'm going to put them all on different layers, though, so that they end up going on top of each other. And when I do that, I'm adding extra layers. I'm adding 1/6 video layer right now. You can see when I add these, they're different shapes. Their too big or too small. We're going to have to edit the size and shape of these things later on. I just want to get them on to my timeline. I also want a white background. So see, here on the edge of this video, we have the social media clip or the photo, but we see the edge of the shot from the interview. I don't want that. I want a white background. So what I will do is let me just move this up. I will select all of these screenshots, move them up a layer, race a a video track. Then I will add a weight background right here. I'm going to start a new graphics folder. So our graphics been so ill call its graphics and then in the graphics been with its selected I'm going to press the new item button color. Matt, choose the video setting size which is matches my settings right now for my sequin. So that's good. Then I'm have that color picker and was going to move down to white. If you want, you can change the colors with, um, the hex code down here. Or you can choose this eye dropper and then move anywhere in your video preview monitor anywhere on your screen to select that color. So say I want to match the color of his skin. I could do that there. I'm just going to choose white. Then it asked me to choose name. I'm going to call this white Matt press OK, it appears in our graphics. Been now I'm going to drag it onto my sequence. So now So that's what I did First day I got 100,000 views. We have these social media screenshots right here. We still have to edit them. How I did in the original video, where they slide on. That's a little bit of motion graphics that will learn a little bit later on. Then the next day I got a 1,000,000 forgetting all this love and encouragement was just insane. The biggest thing to me, and I'm just going to extend this white part right here. Courage medals, Justin saying the biggest two after he says it was insane to know that these clips will extend to that part. If thing to me meant that I wasn't alone for a disease that literally will take away my then when he talks about a disease that will literally take away his voice, let's show a picture of him and his mom. Both of them are diagnosed with a L s. Both of them are struggling to survive. So we're gonna add this right here. I just drag and drop that photo. These that literally will take away right there. You can see that it's too big and it's not in the right position. We'll learn how to edit that later on. For a demographic of people that is small. And and then when he's talking about this more emotional stuff, let's take that video clip of him and his wife. Maybe a photo. Maybe this shot work where they're working in the chair. But Alice see his face in the shot. We have the reverse shot in the real documentary, but for here, let's just take one of these shots of them with the photo. So let's just select a little bit of this clip putting in my in and out points, hunting right here, demographic of people that it's small and underserved. We could add this photo of him, maybe with his cure, a less, um, car. That's kind of cool. Let's just take that. Maybe we'll put that before the video shot. So it goes. Photo photo. You can see it's way zoomed in because that photo is really big. They make the photo of him in his mom just a little bit bigger is small right now. I'm conceptualizing What this is going to look like, even though it doesn't look like it. Here in our program monitor, we still have to make all kinds of adjustments to the size of these photos. I just am laying it down for later on the level of awareness that it's ever needed. This was huge for us, but we still need a lot more support. It was once I like seeing him look up at the camera where he says, but we still need a lot of support. Then we'll just add finish on these shots of him cruising around town in his wheelchair, which I think is important. And it's powerful because he's talking about needing more support and we're showing his life right now. Him in a wheelchair and he's 27 years old, still needs support, and that's what we're going to end on a lot more support. It was that might be something you want to start on to. You could start on one of these shots and then end on the other. That could be a cool way toe book. End your piece. So now we have our B roll laid out. We have the LS ice bucket challenge stuff. We've got the social media stuff. We've got the family stuff of him and his mom and him and his wife, and then him with this disease. In the next lessons will learn how to manipulate these photos and graphics to make them the right size. 8. Adjust the Size and Position of Your Clips & EXERCISE: in this video will continue working on our sequence and resize and reposition these photos so they look better. Now we're creating this piece, which is more of a documentary piece, but this will come in handy if you're doing a narrative piece. Say you're using video clips and some you shot in four K resolution and some you shot in regular HD 1920 by 10 80. You'll have to use the effects control tab to resize that video clip whenever you click on one of these clips or layers and go to your effects controls Tab, you have this motion tab. Drop down the motion options and you have positions Scale, rotation anchor point, an anti flicker filter with scale we can drag up and dragged down the scale. We can also gonna undo that. Do that right within our program window just by double clicking. It's hard to see, so let me zoom out, and this is a good time to explain what this is right here. We have our fit, and then we have these different percentages. Thes is this is the size of our video in our window. If we say fit, it blows up the video program monitor to the size of our panel right here. So if we make the panel bigger, it increases in size. If we wanted just to stay at 100% then it will stay at 100% no matter what size were at for now, we want to decrease the size so that we can see this bounding box of the photo. See, when I double click the photo in here, we get this bounding box, and when I increase or decrease the size, you can see the scale increase or decrease over here. I typically leave this that fit. They typically will just use the scale options over here. Although it is very fast to double click, move around, are objects and re size and rotate. If we hover over the edge until our mouths becomes, this can have curved arrow. This is our rotate option. We can do all of this from over here too. So for now, let's just put this in place later on. We're going to add a bit of motion to it, but for now, we'll just put in place. Now when I go over on my timeline to this next photo, you'll notice that I'm still on the settings of this previous photo, so you have to select that in your timeline. Open up your motion tab, decrease the size, then maybe just double click over here and put it in the right spot. Something like that. That's good for now. Now let's go back to our social media screenshots over here, and we'll just resize all these by double click. These can resize them. You can put him in different parts on the screen. If I want to make this disappear so I can see the layer beneath it. I'll just turn off the toggle on and off button. So that's how you re position in the size clips on your timeline. It's time to take action after this video, go to your project and resize and reposition the rest of the photos on your timeline, including the Social Media Graphics. Do it, however you feel, is best in the fall of video, I will be reviewing how I resized and repositioned my own photos on my own timeline. Okay, how fun do the exercise and we'll come back and see you in the next video 9. EXERCISE REVIEW: Adjust Size and Position of Clips: I hope you had fun with that exercise. I'm going to continue with the rest of the previous lesson and show you how I resize the social media graphics myself. Now let's go back to our social media screenshots over here, and we'll just resize all these by double click. These can resize them. You can put him in different parts on the screen. If I want to make this disappear so I can see the layer beneath it. I'll just turn off the toggle on and off button. Let's jazz DoubleClick, this top one. Make sure we're double clicking the top one if you don't get the top one because this one is, it's like the next one and let's just resize a bit down. Move to the side to the right. With this next one will just turn that top one off, will take our next one and moved to the left a little bit decrease of this size, something like that. Turn off that layer, then with this last one will just are a little bit smaller. We're gonna be adding some animation to it later, but if we just line them up one after the other we can do that, so we'll have the first day I got one pop up, 100,000 views and let's turn these on 123 I got 100,000 views. The next one pops up, the next one pops up, and then the next one pops up something like So that's what I did. First day I got 100,000 views. And then the next day I got a 1,000,000 forgetting all this love and encouragement. So we're seeing all these things pop up at the same time, and then they will all disappear right there at the end. We'll learn how to add some transitions in the next couple of lessons. But this is the motion tab. This is how you move things around, and hopefully that gives you some ideas for, um, moving around your clips even before your video clips say this was shot at a higher resolution. I'm not going to do this for this video, but you can use this to punch in on your interviewer or on a clip, especially if you're shooting at a very high resolution. All right, those are just a few ideas. We'll see you in the next lesson 10. OPTIONAL: How to Edit Down an Interview: welcome to this longer lesson where I'm going to be actually editing this interview down to one minute. So thank you for all of you watching this if you're jumping from the previous lesson earlier in the class or if you've gone through the entire class and just wanted some extra lessons than welcome. So what I'm going to do is just expand this timeline a bit so that I can see and have more space than I'm literally just going to walk through this this video, how I would myself and going. I'm going to walk and talk through it. There might be a couple places where I'm just kind of listening to it, so there might be a little bit more pauses in this video than in other ones. Eso Let's just get to it. So my sequences set up. I have my audio from a camera up. I like having the way form up so I can see where Anthony is talking. I can also tell where I'm talking and answering questions because that's where there are audio wave forms. But there a little bit lower eso. Anyways, let's just go through it. The first part is where I'm at asking questions so I can almost just skip through to about this point where not only can I see him talking up here in the video clip, but I can also see the voice right here pop up right here for the very first time. So when I'm dealing with multiple layers instead of using the slip edit tools, I typically use the razor blade tool just pressing, see on my keyboard and trimming that first part. So I'm just going to trim right. They're going to select this clip, delete it. It's like the space press delete on my keyboard, which is backspace for PC users, and it just makes this part of the interview at the very beginning. Now I'm going to just listen through the entire interview and cut out parts that I like, and now I'm doing this after I've already created the sample video for this course. So I already know where I'm going to make edits, but let's just listen through it and we'll see what I like and why I like those parts. The same year I was diagnosed that summer, the whole a less ice bucket challenge phenomenon went viral. I like that line, So I'm going to make my minute long clip about the ice bucket challenge. That's what this whole six minute clip is about. We did a two hour long interview, so he talks about a lot of other things. And who knows, by the time you take this class, the short document or you might be out, we're having a A music composer do the score for it right now. Um and so anyways, I like that clip, so I just make that at it. Something's times what I will do to Mark where if I like a clip or not, I'll just move this a camera shot up to track three just for now. So I know that that's a clip that I like. And it was insane to see because a less has been in my family have been around it for such a long time, but nobody spoke of this disease. Nobody knew what it was in here. I like that Those clips a lot I like that he's talking about a less has been in his family , which isn't explained in the final cut that I did before. I'm not going to select it now just cause I'm trying to replicate what I did before. But there's so much good stuff, and that's why this is so hard to cut down to a minute because there's so much good content . Uh, my newsfeed was filled with everyone that I knew, and there was their mamas baby's mama doing the a less ice bucket challenge, dumping ice water over their head. And, um so I like this part of this line because it explains what the ls but Ice bucket challenge Waas. See how it starts? My newsfeed was filled with everyone. My news feed was filled with everyone and their baby's mama. I think that's what he said. Goes on to say We can trim out the first part of that sentence. So it's just everybody hold with everyone that everyone, everyone and a cool trick that you can do while playing through your edits is playing with the J. K and L Buttons on your keyboard with every l knew will make your You are video play. You know, we're J goes backwards, everyone that you can press l twice to do double speed and JJ twice to go backwards double speed and then K pauses it. So if I need to find specifically where it is, I can press. L feed was filled with everyone, and I see it's right in there. Instead of using my mouse to move it right there, I could use Jay to go backwards. And I could also use my keyboard to go frame at a time. I know it's right there. I want to start before he says everything. This little p great. There is where he starts to say everything. So I'm taking my razor blade tool and cutting it there. Everyone that I knew there was their mamas baby's mama doing the a less ice bucket challenge dumping ice water over their head. Okay, I'm gonna edit right there After he says head trim using the razor blade tool. Move this up. So that's a selection now. So if I zoom out, you can see I have one selection to selections and, um, not everybody. New order. So what? This disease was but care They're saying the words are the letters A l s and bringing attention to it. I was happy, you know? So I was just sitting back watching all that happened since I did this interview. I know that there's other lines that I like better that show his emotion and show what this meant to him. So I'm going to not choose that line, even though it was a good line. But if you're an editor and you didn't shoot your own project, sometimes you have to listen through an interview multiple times so that you know where a good part is. Our are not good part is, and eventually came to a point where people will be became frustrated and did it. And this is a section that I didn't use in my own at it. So this is where he starts to talk about his frustration with how people became frustrated with the Alice but ice bucket challenge. And it's a very powerful part of the interview. It's just something that I didn't select. So hopefully some of you might choose this one, and we're annoyed from the challenge, and, um, and then a lot of people didn't really understand the realities of this disease either. They were smiling, dumping water on their head because it was for all kinds of reasons. And but so if I had someone that made a very negative post that I read that motivated me to make my ice bucket challenge. He's a friend of mine, and me to. A friend of mine told me that I wrote on his wall or the status setting that if somebody does ice bucket challenge again, use gasoline or light yourself on fire instead or something like that. And I was just like, You know who I am? You know, I have this disease and my mom has a what would you say that? So this is a completely different sect of part of the interview that I didn't select at all . For my video, I thought I wanted to give a kind of overview of what he's talking about. But maybe you might want to dive into just this part of the video. Just this part about House on. May this offensive comment. It's up to you. So a lot of a lot of my motivation in making that video is out of frustrations and and frustrations that I've been keeping inside, and it would even voice to my own family about. And so I did all the fun part. You know I jumped into a bikini and I washed my car and then all that fun thing because that's why the ice bucket challenge was successful. I thought, you know, because it was fun. Nobody talks about this disease because it's okay. So he talks about doing the ice bucket challenge. I think I'm going to keep that part. I might edit it out later. So I did all the fun part. I jumped into a B and you could see that while I'm playing, I could still take the razor blade tool and make edits. And that's another thing you can do once you start to become a more efficient editor is you could be playing through listening, but also being mitt making at its on the timeline. I jumped into a bikini and I washed my car and then all that fun thing because that's why the ice bucket challenge was successful. I thought, you know, because it was fun. Nobody talks about this disease because it's ugly, you know that doesn't go viral, but as soon as somebody does something random and fun, it goes viral. And so that's what I did and then I and that was funny, I guess. And so and then at the end, I was like, I'm gonna talk to the camera. Okay? So I'm going to just cut it somewhere in here. I'm going to have to make some more minute edits a little bit later on when I start cutting this down. And that was funny. I guess I'm just going to sit like this, move it up a selection like I'm gonna talk to the camera. I turned on the camera when nobody was in my house and I just talked to I don't know what was going to say And it became emotional. Hysterical, Almost because I was I was listening to myself and realizing how unfair this was. And then it went viral blew up. Got first day. I got 100,000 views. Okay, so I want to keep this part about going by roll. And then it went viral. I blew up, I got first day, I got 100,000 views. And then the next day I got a 1,000,000. Okay, Gonna keep that part. And by the end of that day was like, 5 10 It was going viral, and it was crazy my phone was dinging 10 times a second. No exaggeration. All these little moments I could have chosen this part was that part. And to me, it's more of just like a gut feeling of This is what I want to choose. But, um, I could be wrong. And that's why it's important to get second opinions on your edit to see Okay, is this line that he's saying powerful enough? Maybe I should have used this other line. And I'm sure some of you have feedback. Or maybe you're listening to this interview now and you're like, Wow, Phil, why didn't you use this clip? This is so much better That and that's what is great about video making. It's an art, and it's a personal way to tell a story. No exaggeration was going didn't let me, Me, me, me, me, me, me. Meaning meaning I never get notifications ever. And, um, and my phone was going dessert, and I turned off all my notifications like, what is this? All my family came to the house. What is going on or getting all these views? You're getting all the support we're getting. All this love and encouragement all these words about like it's just insane. It was crazy. Going viral is weird. It's like So I want to keep this little part about words and saying he says its insane. We're getting all this love and encouragement all the Yeah, these words about like it's just insane. I like that little part because it kind of wraps up, he says. It went viral and then he says it was insane, and that's kind of like a conclusion to that. Thought it was crazy. Going viral is weird. It's like a crazy thing. And that was like a weeklong process. And I challenged Ellen too generous because Ellen brought so much hope to my mom and and laughter and fun. She watches. So this is the part that I didn't include either, he went on the Ellen Show. There's actually photos screenshots of him on the Ellen Show that you can go through and I don't have the rights. Teoh distribute these commercially so just educationally, we can use these for our own personal use, but know that we can't post these and and try to sell these videos or anything because I didn't get the rights to using these screenshots, But for for this fun little project you can play around with using this story about going on Ellen because it's another one that I think is really cool. You could make it all about the whole minute piece about going on Ellen. Laughter and fun. She watches your show every day. My mom's in bed, laying there every day because she's immobilized. She's paralyzed almost completely and, you know, she watches the show a lot of joy out of it, you know, And it's a better dream to go to the show, let alone, like, you know, her doing it a less ice book challenge for us. So I challenged Allen in a week after I made the video. We got a call from the Ellen Show, and we got invited, so I'm not going to do it now. But sometimes when I'm playing through an interview, all listen to it in double speed just by pressing L twice. So it's hard for you to be listening to that throughout this lesson. But if I was doing this on my own, sometimes I listened a long interviews at double speed so that I can get through it a little bit longer, a bit faster. This is crazy. This is no way this is happening. And so my mom, like, got to go to their ship, her show, and also see her son sitting in that share that right next to her, and it was such an incredible experience. Ellen gave her a hug Wave. My mom waved to her with her foot. And, um, my mom, I think Ellen loves my mom more than she loves me. My mom is a beautiful soul near enough to meet her one of these days. But, um, so, yeah, that was the whole thing. It just blew up. And that was incredible to see and brought a lot of needed attention and awareness to this this horrible disease. Okay, I'm gonna take this clip for now because I think that's a good another good wrap up. So, yeah, that was the whole thing. It just blew up. And that was incredible. Soliders take from and that's incredible. And so that and so you know, in a weird way, I think that's why I talk about this disease and always a very hopeful way. Always a very positive way because I know that's going to translate better to everyone. You know, I'm gonna say yes, Here is what I'm going through. But also, here's what you can do to help. You know there's there's plenty of caught actions that will help promote research, fund research and development and insurance. And just anyways, we Yeah, so you can see that during this interview, which I was actually doing myself, I let him just kind of ramble on. And I think that's that's good when you're going for sort of a new emotional story like this one, where I just want him to get deep. I want him to say what feels right. If you're doing more of a P s, a a corporate video and need someone to stick to a certain line as an interview word, don't be afraid to jump in. And, you know, ask the question again or say I really like what you said. Can you say it in this way or that way? So that was a long part of this interview, where I just let him go. And then here I ask another question. Okay. So what? I mean, what kind of support came from the ice bucket challenge for you with their other people. Sure. Yeah. So, um e think Ice booth video going viral. The biggest thing to me meant that I wasn't alone. I really like that line, so I'm gonna take it now. I know I'm selecting more than I have in my final piece. I'm going to have to edit it down, but we'll do that later. And it meant that there are a lot of other family is going through this disease, and they're realizing that they're not going alone to They're not going through this alone and that they are allowed to be vulnerable. Not only are they allowed to be vulnerable, but they should be vulnerable, Because how else is everyone? Is everyone going to understand the devastation this disease brings? Not just too one person, but two of the entire. All of this is really good stuff. Um, but I'm not selecting it just cause I'm trying to replicate my initial cut, but all really good stuff, you know, And and so I always encourage families because it's really hard to do but to to be open to share your journey with this disease because we need change. We need support and we can't get it without you voicing it. You know you can't keep that in the house. So the biggest thing that unless I spoke, a challenge brought was hope and awareness and advocacy and a voice came in and take that. The biggest thing for a disease that takes literally will take away my voice, you know, and for a demographic of people that it's small and underserved and has never gotten the level of awareness that it's ever needed. This was huge for us, you know? Can we take that whole clip? I know I have to edit this down. I can just tell from the timeline right here. That's 25 seconds right there, and there's no way I can keep the entire line with all of my previous selections. But for this, everything is good. You know, that's bigger than getting on the That's bigger than anything that's bigger than getting on any other news program or anything. That's just the fact that, yeah, just that. But, um, a lot of money. I made a cut right there. I think I gave you a clip or these two clips have a couple edits in there just to shorten it down. Um, right there. A lot of money was raised for our cause. Essentially, um, but we still need a lot more support, and I just I love this last line because it wraps everything up together. The a less ice bucket challenge was great, but, you know, it's still we have to live with a less I know it was one summer fun, but this disease is every day for us, you know, And it's still here, and there's still no cure. And so we need continued support until this beast is gone, you know? Okay, I'm gonna cut right before he says, you know, going to move this interview clip up to track three, I'm going to zoom out, and now I can see all of my selections easier ate all of my selections. I want to just mention another way to do this. If you're just shooting with one camera, say, I just had interview and this was the only camera. Instead of putting it on my timeline like this, I could just listen to it through my source monitor, make selections with my in and out points and then drag it down to my timeline. That's totally fine if you want to do it that way. But with a two camera interview, you have to put them down on your timeline first and sink them up. So if this was actually a documentary I was working on, what I would do is name this sequence. I'll call this, um, selector selects. Okay. Or you know what? I would call a sink interview. Then I would duplicate this just by selecting it, copying it and pasting it in that folder calling this selects double clicking this and opening it up. So now I have the selects timeline open. Then I'm going to get rid of all of the non selects just by selecting them, deleting them. See that pretty easy. Then I'm going to delete all the space in between the selects. We'll see how much time I have selected. So I have just a minute and 1/2 of selects. That's gonna be too long. So I have to edit this down. So then, before you start editing this down, though, I'm going. Teoh first gonna move the interview a camera down to track to for video, then I'm going to take the selects, copy it and paste it again and call this Anthony V one or whatever you want to call it. Ah, but V one for the first version. And then I'm just going to close these tabs for selects and B roll at its and sink interviews. One thing that we haven't done is turn on our auto save. And you saw that it did do an auto save right there. If you haven't done so already, go up to Premier Pro Sisi. Good of preferences. Go to auto. Save this. Opens up your auto save options. You definitely want auto save on this check mark right here in depending on how fast you ahead that you might want to save it every five minutes, every three minutes, every 10 minutes. I do five minutes because I think that's a pretty good amount of time. Sometimes I do a lot of edits within five minutes, but five minutes is usually fairly safe. And then if you choose the maximum project versions so it will save 20 versions and then it will start replacing those after Say, you did this for over 100 minutes, then it would start replacing those first versions that you say auto saved, and these will save in the same place where your project is. So see here. We talked about those capture scratch settings in the very beginning when we opened up the new project. Here we have Adobe Premiere Pro Auto Save folder, and we have all of these auto save files and you can see 11 11 saved at 11 17 11 22. And if for some reason your project crashes or you want to go back to how the project was at the start of the day, you can do that with these auto saves. Anyways, that's just a quick note. Let's continue with editing this down. So now we have our Anthony version One sequence. We could make all these edits and not be afraid that we can't go back because we can go back to our selects timeline. And I'm just gonna play through this and trim stuff down. The same year I was diagnosed that summer, the whole a less ice bucket challenge phenomenon went viral. Everyone the night new and there was so I could just to save time phenomenon, edit out this phenomenon word. So if I take this phenomenon word out, it goes from women. Just bunch. Think these together hold a less ice bucket Challenge went viral, so that's a complete sentence. The problem is, now I have to cover this cut went. See? There's like a very minute cut. We have to cover that with B roll. Unless you don't mind, they're being jump cuts in your video. So that's something to keep in mind as you're cutting down these sentences. So I'm just gonna undo that and leave him saying, Phenomenon went viral. Everyone that I knew there was their mamas baby's mama doing the a less ice bucket challenge, dumping ice water over their head. So I did all the fun part. I jumped into a bikini and I washed my car. And then all that fun thing, that's why I sent a challenge was successful. I thought, you know, because it was fun. Nobody talks about this disease because it's ugly, you know it's going to start from. Nobody talks about challenge dumping ice water over their head. Nobody talks about that because that's a complete thought. I'm not. I don't want to get to his video yet. I want to just go from the A less ice bucket challenge and went viral. Nobody talks about it. Nobody talks about this disease because it's ugly. That doesn't go viral. But as soon as somebody does something random and fun, it goes viral. And so that's what I did and and then he says, And that's what I did on and that was funny. I guess to save time, I'm gonna really get in here and slice it up viral. And so that's what I did. And so that's what I did. And I'm just using my keys to get to that point and delete this part. So that's what I did. And then it went. Viral blew up. I got first day, I got 100,000 views. Okay, so it went viral, blew up. I got first day I got See how he says. I got it blew up. It got first day. First day I got 100,000 views. I can just trim out this middle part right here. Got it, got because any restarts, his sentence saying first day and that just saves half a second went viral blew up first day I got 100,000 views, and then the next day I got a 1,000,000. We're getting all this love and encouragement. Okay, so this is good. But see here. When this clip starts, we're getting all see that weird sound he's making? I'm gonna cut that out. And for now, I'm just going to cut out the audio and not the video 1,000,000. We're getting all this. So I'm going Teoh press option on my keyboard, Click just the audio and drag it in 1,000,000,000 for getting all this love and encouragement about like it's just insane. And that was incredible to see and brought a lot of needed attention and awareness to you this this horrible disease. The biggest thing. So he says his line, I'm actually going to get rid of this line because he says it's just say it was just insane . That was incredible. And then he said it was incredible. He's kind of repeating himself. I'm just gonna delete this entire clip, see where I'm at with my minutes. So I still have to cut out 15 seconds and say, The biggest thing to me meant that I wasn't so the biggest thing that unless I spoke, a challenge brought was hope and awareness and advocacy and a voice for a disease. Okay, so these again are kind of repetitive, he says. The biggest thing for me, the biggest thing to me meant that I wasn't alone. I wasn't alone. And then he says that again. And I like this part about the voice and awareness and advocacy and and a voice. But then he goes on to explain what that voices for a disease that takes literally will take away my voice. Okay, so I'm just going to start from there for a disease. I believe that. So it's goes from me, meant that I wasn't I wasn't alone. These that takes literally will take away my voice, you know, and for a demographic of people that it's small and underserved. And then I'm just going to cut from really will take away. My voice literally will take away my voice, then cut straight to for a popular or demographic. It's small for a Democrat. Another way. Instead of selecting these deleting, selecting this and then deleting another way to do that, basically same thing is press a on your keyboard, a brings up this track. Select forward tool, and if I select or click on my timeline, it chooses all the layers to the right. See that to the right of where I click. If I want a single layer, I can press the shift button and it will just click a single layer and whatever audio is attached to it. But I can use this to select everything to the right and just drag it over. The left literally will take away my and while that's selected, I can also move or nudge these clips to nudge your selected clips. Just press the command key on your keyboard and press the left or right arrow keys and or the shift command left or right arrow keys and control if you're on a PC. So for any clip I have selected, I can press command left. We're right on my keyboard and it nudges it to the left or right. That's a good thing to know so that you can make those minute edits. Take away my voice for a demographic of people that is small and underserved and has never gotten the level of awareness that it's ever needed. This was huge for us, but we still need a lot more support. You know, I know it was one summer, so I already see a couple of things I want to get rid of. To make an interview. Sound smoother. I get rid of those, um, zor that er's right here. You know, uh, he says, you know Ah. So I'm just going to get rid of these with the A, select all of it to the right. Just drag over a lot more support. I know it was one summer, and then he says, I know it was one summer. I know what it is. I know it was It was just 12 summary repeats himself. So I'm just going to make that cut, drag the selections to the left. So we just starts with the 2nd 1 support. It was one summer fun, but this disease is every day for us, you know, and it's still here, and there's still no cure. And so we need continued support until this beast is gone. So he has another, you know, in here, which is just something that hat. Ah, English speakers say so. I'm gonna get rid of that every day for us and it's still here and there's still no cure. And so I like this whole end. Ah, but we are still over a minute, and I'm very strict with that minute length. We have to get this under a minute, so I have to cut down about two seconds. So I'm just gonna listen to this one more time and see wherever I could cut it down. The same year I was diagnosed that summer, the whole a less ice bucket challenge. Phenomenal went viral, everyone. So maybe that phenomenon part could be a bit to cut out on you. And there was their mamas baby's mama doing the A less ice book. Here's a little bit and I know that for some of these parts, I'm going to cover it with B roll because I know what b roll I have. And that's a good thing to look through. What b roll do you have? What photos do you have? I've got some social media posts, thes air, things I can put over this part so that we don't see any cuts that I actually make. In the interview, everyone that I knew there was their mamas baby's mama do it. And so I'm just gonna cut out this reputation of And there's you and there. Was there Mama in their mop that I knew? So I'm just going to make this selection, nudge it over to where my tiling indicator is and that I knew in their mamas baby's mama. So that's good. There's an audio cut right there that we're going to have to add a transition to to smooth it out. We'll do that later. One that I knew in their mamas baby's mama doing the a less ice bucket challenge, dumping ice water over their head. Nobody talks about this disease because it's ugly. You know that doesn't go viral, but as soon as somebody does something random and fun, it goes viral. So that's what I did. And then it went. Viral blew up. First day I got 100,000. Okay, he keeps saying Viral. It went viral. So I'm going to get rid of this. It went viral and see what the interview sounds like. Somebody does something random and fund it goes viral. So that's what I did First day I got 100,000 views and Then the next day I got a 1,000,000 forgetting all this love. Okay, so I think that's pretty good. And we still got have a second left. But that's good, cause we don't need him to repeat himself. It went viral. It went viral, 100,000 views. And then the next day I got a 1,000,000 forgetting all this love and encouragement, all these words about it, like it's just insane. The biggest thing to me. I think that part because he doesn't complete his sentence. Love and encouragement. All these wares of Africa was just he's you about to say and all these words of affirmation . But then he cuts a self. Often, he says, it was just insane saying, because just it was just insane. So I'm just gonna say it's It was just insane. Start with love and encouragement. We're getting all this love and encouragement. It was just insane love and encourages just It's a little bit too much. You can see that I can select multiple clips, drag and do a trim at it. Encouragement is just selecting, nudging everything. Encouragement is just insane. Encouragement is just insane. The biggest thing, something like that I think will work with a little audio transition for a disease that takes literally will take away. That's another port part for a disease that that takes literally will take takes. And then, he says, literally will take literally. So I'll just go little that takes for a disease that literally takes these, that for a disease that literally will take away my voice. So that's a more complete, normal sentence for a demographic of people that it's small and underserved and has never gotten. I think we're under a minute, but I'm just gonna watch through this, but we still need a lot more support. It was one summer fun, but this disease is every day for us, and it's still here, and there's still no cure. And so we need continued support until this beast is gone and that's fine. That ends there. We have one second left. This allows us to let a few of these lines breathe a little bit more if we want to add some space in between the lines. So it's not just what I call wall to Wall Audio, just from zero seconds to 60 seconds. He's just same same same stuff. Sometimes in our videos, it's good to let moments breathe, especially when you want to add a motion to something. Just let something sink in there for a minute, pause for a few seconds. We don't have that much time to do that with just a minute long video. But for a longer piece, that's something thing to think about. So we have our project now. Thank you for watching. I don't know if anyone's watching this entire lesson, but if you are congrats and kudos to you, it's time for you to do the same thing. Find your selections, edit it down to a minute, and we'll go back to the section previously that you were on and we'll start at B roll to this footage. 11. Thank You: thank you so much for enrolling in this module, and I hope you learned what you wanted to learn coming into it. If you're interested in moving forward with Adobe Premiere Pro, please check out the next module in this Siri's by clicking through the link in the course description or just by searching for the next module. Adobe Premiere Pro Masterclass Module number. Whatever module you're looking for on skill share, thanks so much and have a great day.