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Video Editing With Adobe Premiere Pro For Beginners (2024)

teacher avatar Hussain Haneef, Consultant + Video Editor

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.



    • 2.

      The Structure Of Premiere Pro


    • 3.

      Organising Your Media


    • 4.

      The Timeline Panel


    • 5.

      Build a sequence


    • 6.

      Learn About Effects


    • 7.



    • 8.

      All About Colour Grading


    • 9.

      Adjusting Audio & Sound


    • 10.

      Exporting Your Media


    • 11.

      Conclusion & Project


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Video Editing In Premiere Pro - Learn To Edit In 45 Min

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to edit in Adobe Premiere Pro and everything you need to know to get started with video editing. I'll help you start your video editing journey and together we will go through a structured workflow as follows:

  1. Build - We'll learn about the interface of Premiere pro, how to navigate around the different panels, import our footage, and build a sequence ready for editing. We'll also go through keyboard shortcuts and best tips when working in Premiere Pro.
  2. Edit - It's then time to make your sequences more creative! We'll go through different effects you can use and how too use transitions to help you tell a story with your footage.
  3. Finalise - We'll work through colour grading and colour correction to get the look and feel we want to achieve. We'll also add audio and music and learn how to edit sound and vocal recordings.

This course is perfect if your a beginner and want to take your video editing to the next level. We'll start with basics and build your skills to be able to edit videos independently.

Who am I?

My name is Hussain - I graduated from LSE and I'm a Consultant working in the UK - On the side I edit videos and do a whole load of freelance work. I taught myself how to to edit in Premiere Pro, and thought I'd make this class for anyone that wants to learn about Premiere Pro. I have made sure to compile the class with everything that I would have liked to know when I began video editing.

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Hussain Haneef

Consultant + Video Editor


Hi there, I'm Hussain. 

I'm 25 and a LSE Finance graduate now working as a Management Consultant in the City of London.

I spend most of my evenings teaching tutorials and editing videos on the side. I'm working to produce some classes on video editing for those interested on getting started and confused by the ton of information out there. I'm also working on some more classes for students on how to break into the best universities and get internships at the most prestigious companies in the world.

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1. Introduction: hi, everyone. And welcome to this premiere Pro editing course. This is the one stop tutorial you need to learn all about video editing. When I was first leading to edit, things were pretty confusing. I used a combination of video scattered across the Internet on the whole bunch of YouTube clips. That was a really inefficient way of learning. This course covers what would have been most useful when I began video editing, and so is really going to speed up the process for you. So what can you expect from this class? Well, have you enrolled? I'll be taking through a structured workflow in a three stage process. Firstly, will learn how Premiere Pro is set up, how you can import all the media you have and create a mini sequence ready for anything. Then we look at how to make your videos a whole lot more creative. You learn about adding effects, adjusting the color of your clips and how to make effective transitions that tell a story. Finally, we learn how to edit sound and adjust your music. You'll then be ready to export your videos. You have access to allow. The sounds include to use so you can follow along or you can have a go with some of your own clips. I'll be there to answer all the questions you have and give you feedback at any time. So thanks for watching, and I hope to see you soon. 2. The Structure Of Premiere Pro: Hi, everyone. In this video, I will be showing you around the user interface of Adobe Premiere Pro. So when you first launch Premiere Pro, the first thing you will see is the home screen. You can either create a new project or open a project that you've recently been working on . There is a saved project in the resource is provided with this course. You could have a go at loading that after this video. For now, let's click. Create new project here. You can choose a name for your project on also where to save it. You also have some general settings, which you can adjust. I'm going to leave the settings as the old by default. Once you press OK, you'll be launched in Adobe Premiere Pro Interface. We're going to look at all the main sections within this interface. Now, to really make sense of how these sections are used less first, import some footage that will allow us to see what each section is doing in the bottom left corner. Here we have our Project Media panel. This is where we can import all of our footage or clips on door sounds. There's many different ways you can actually import one. Easy one is just by dragging things in. So if we open the folder Adobe Premiere Pro, which you can find attached with this course, we can go into clips and can simply highlight drag and drop those clips in. Alternatively, you can always right click on Import like any other program you have access to save, create new projects on more from the file drop down. So this is the Project media panel, and here we can organize and Ciel the files we have imported on what we are working with. If we have a click and drag one of the media clips onto our timeline, which is this box right here, you'll see it. I will automatically create a new sequence. This new sequence will be based on the size and dimensions. Off this clear. There's a whole load of layers that are clips and audio can go on to on that weaken dragged through. Also, our program window right here shows us what we are looking at on timeline to the left of this, we come to another main section of our interface. So if I highlighted clear, you'll see on the left. We have a few different windows and one of the main ones in effect controls panel here. We can adjust certain aspects of each clear, such as a scale position on rotation. Amongst other things. We will look at all of these in more detail in later videos within each one of these panels are also a few different tabs that we can switch through. So we just saw the effect controls window. But there's also the source window. If I have a double click on one of our imported clips, I can actually view this whole clip in the source window. You can look at a clip in its entirety in the source window by just dragging through this play head. We also have the Demetri scopes, which gives us more visual information about the bright nurse and color within, or clips in the audio clip mixer section you can edit on a just the sounds you're working with. There is also an effects panel with all the video effects and video transitions live within some of these main sections. There are also some other tabs, which we may not always use, but they are there. If you need them. If we want to close any of these, we can just right click and select clothes panel. If you ever want to open a particular window or see where something is, you can always just go to the windows. Drop down here. You can check things on or off. The interface is also designed to allow you to drag things however you want. So if you like your effects controls panel down here, you can put it there. Or if you want to pop out a panel, you can right click and I'm Dr Move around at the top of the interface. There are also some pre organized workspaces for you, so you have a section that works on the assembly of clips I never hear that focuses on colors or something that just focuses on effects. Adobe has arranged these workspaces so they are better suited for that topic. Most of the time, I prefer working within the default workspace In editing section, he I make a few adjustments to move some tools around. Another useful tip is that you can also drag in between panels to adjust their size. This is helpful if you want to make one larger than the other. So that was an introduction to the interface of Adobe Premiere Pro In the next section, we will look at how to organize your footage within the Project media panel. Thank you so much for watching, and I'll see you in the next one. 3. Organising Your Media: Hi, everyone in this video, I'm going to show you how you can organize your footage in the Project Media panel in Premiere Pro. So, as you saw in the previous video, we can simply drag clicks from the product media panel onto our timeline. You convinced are working and editing those video clips. However, there's a few different ways you can view and organize your footage within the Project media panel. So you have the list of you, which is what I have currently. This shows you different pieces of information in columns. Off the clip, we can see if it is just audio or video with audio track, and there is also information like how long the clip is. There is also the icon view where you can see an actual preview of the video clip. Finally, there is the freeform view, which is a very easy, a nice way to arrange our footage. If we double click on the panel, the window will be enlarged, and you can actually do that for all panels in Premiere Pro. So in the freeform you you can see a preview of the clip, just like the icon view I can use the scale at the bottom of the panel to make things bigger and adjust their size. Now the unique thing about the freeform you is that you can actually click on the clips and dragged them wherever you want. Therefore, they don't have to be locked in a grid. This allows us to separate clips into different sections, for example, if there were films on different days or if they are to do with a particular section of any video. So it allows you to be more creative and arrange things in a different way. I can switch between views depending on what I am doing. No. Remember, if I have a click and drag a clip out onto the timeline, it will automatically create a new sequence. That's what you see here, and that is our sequence. It just happens to take on the name on the thumbnail off the first clip you drag onto the timeline. Now this can get confusing toe. Identify when you have loads of clips. This is what I like to rename the sequence straight away. To do this, you select the clip right click, I reckon. Rename, I will call this final sequence, we can continue to add more clips to the sequence by again dragging them onto the timeline panel. If you have a double click on one of your clips in the Project media panel, it will open in the source window. By dragging this marker, you can play through the clip and see what it holds. The other views can also be useful in their own way. For example, in the list, view Aiken search or sort through the clips by different pieces of information. Another thing you can do to organize your footage is to highlight multiple clips at once. You can then right, click and create a new Been. This is just premier pros. Language for a folder. As you can see, it is actually just like creating a test top folder. I can also name this being appropriately so since I grouped all my video clip together, I will. They miss clips. I could do the same for any audio or song tracks I have and named the folder audio. Hopefully, this a show new. I can really get flexible in Premiere Pro, creating your own workstation with different types of folders. This will save you a lot of time when you're trying to build your sequences and create your edits in the next video, I will be showing you how to use the timeline panel, and we will look at all the tools in layers and icons that are here. Thank you so much for watching, and I'll see you in the next one. 4. The Timeline Panel: Hi, everyone In this video, I'm going to show you around how to use the timeline panel in Adobe Premiere Pro. So in the previous video, we took a look at organizing our footage in the Project Media panel, and we saw that when we tried clips onto our timeline, it will create a new sequence for us to begin working with. So in the timeline panel, you have this blue marker. This relates to the play head. You can move this around to any point on your sequence. You can press play and the sequence will play from the marker. Or you compress this baseball, which is a short cut for play and stop as you add clips onto your sequence in the time line , you'll notice it just builds out from left to right, and you can zoom in or out. Take a look at your whole entire project so far, and it can keep going as far as you need to. The shortcuts for there are plus and minus on the keyboard. Pressing. These will allow you to zoom in or out to where you play head is at, so the timeline is basically separated into audio and video tracks. You can take this line here in the middle that separates the two. So whenever you had a clip onto your timeline, you'll notice that the audio and the video live on two separate hearts with Premiere Pro. You have the ability to work in multiple layers so you can drive clips on top of each other to blend and create different unique effects if you need to. And you can stack and composite videos with multiple layers reaching upwards. You notice we begin with V one V two V three. That's just video track 12 and three. And we have some basic tools here, like the eyeball, which toggles visibility off this track. You notice. Here in the top left corner, we have our current play had position time. This is displayed in hours, minutes, seconds and frames. You can use the keyboard shortcut, right arrow and left arrow to move one frame at a time. You also see in the top left corner of the timeline panel. We have the name of our sequence that's open, so it's kind of just in one time. If you ever happen to accidently closes sequence, you can always just go to your project media panel, find the sequence again and just double kick it. This will reopen the tap in the timeline panel. You could have multiple sequences on tabs open toe work in and out between. You can create a new sequence by going to file new sequence, and you can see this new tab created on the timeline panel. You can switch back and forth between sequences. We don't even open multiple sequences on the timeline on top of each other. For unique editing work flows you notice if I just keep drying clips on top of each other were not limited to just three tracks. Adobe will just keep creating tracks if you drag more clips on top of each other, and if you ever don't need those or want to delete them or possibly add more tracks, you can always right click on delete or add tracks like so what? You're familiar with the timeline. You can quickly start using shortcuts like the up and down arrow to jump between cup points . You can also use short cuts to quickly swap between tools you have in the tour of all. This is to the left of the timeline panel. So to give you a demonstration off some of these tools here we have a raise, a tool keyboard shortcuts. See which, like its name, suggests, cut to video clips on audio clips into two or multiple clips if you need to. We also have the tracks electoral keyboard Choker Em, which selects all clips on a track from a given point or selects multiple tracks. Pressing shift will allow you to select a single track. The selection tool keyboard Shortcut V is the default, and this is used to just select clips in the timeline. I have attached a CiCi with an explanation of all these tools on also their keyboard shortcuts. This is provided in the resource is with this course. In the next video, I'm going to show you some actual editing tips and basics for arranging your videos together. Thank you so much for watching, and I'll see you in the next one 5. Build a sequence: Hi, everyone In this video, I'm going to show you some basic editing using Adobe Premiere Pro. So in the last videos, we looked at a project media panel on the timeline panel. Let's have a go up putting it together in making a mini project. So I have important my clips and sound and arrange them into bins. I've been going to the Clips folder, and I could just click and drag them all out together if I want all of them on the track. Or I can do them one by one if I want a specific order. Now, from the last video we looked at, some of the most important tools will be using specifically the selection tool on the cut tool. So you want to get familiar with those short cuts of E and C. If I press V, I can get my selectable so I can start arranging things how I want. So perhaps I want to start with this shot of the sea here so I can just move the clips around as I want. And then I'm going move over to the clip of the birds so you can put the clips in the right order for the story you want to tell now if we look at the clip of the birds, we can see this is quite a long clip on some of the initial part of. There is little action, so I don't need this. I'm going to cut it. Our using a razor tool. Once I've decided where to cut it, I can always delete the part of the clip. I don't need another really useful thing with your selection. Toe is you can just trim the end of clips like so just by dragging. And I use this all the time to trim clips. Another useful editing tear is rippled elite. So now I have all my clips in the right sequence on the right land. As you can see, we need to removal the caps and spaces in the sequence. I can click and actually select these bases between the clips. And if you press the delete key on your keyboard, the gaps will be removed and you will have a flowing sequence. Another useful tip in Premiere Pro is undue, like in many other programs. So if I accidentally movie clip and want to undo that I can just press commands. It will controls it. If you're working with Windows, there's a nice history of your action stored in Premiere Pro, so you can go and undo multiple actions if needed. You can also go to edit under and redo if you want to. And so with these and many other shortcuts available to you, you can work back and forth between your project media panel and at more clips. Musical other sounds you have. So we have just seen how to build a basic sequence in Premiere Pro. In the next video, we'll look at the Effect Controls panel and had to start adding various effects to our clips. Thank you so much for watching, and I'll see you in the next one. 6. Learn About Effects: hi, everyone. In the last video, we saw how to build a basic sequence in Premiere Pro. In this video, I will be showing you how to use the Effect Controls panel. This will allow you to make your sequences a lot more creative, so the effect controls town can be found to the left of your program window. If you can't find it, just go to the window, drop down and click on it to add it to your workspace. So if we click on one of the clips, we can go to the Effect Controls panel and we see by default, we have the ability to adjust the position, scale and rotation of our clips. We can adjust ALS these effects without having to add any additional effects to the tower. These options alone can be great in making at its super creative and fun. So let's run through these effects starting with position. This option allows you to change the position of clips in the window. You can click and drag the numbers to adjust them, or you can type in a specific number. You want a useful tip for Premier pro. Anything highlighted in blue can be adjusted in these two ways. You can also use the up and down arrows on your keyboard for smaller adjustments. If you want to and do the recent effect you have done, you can click the reset button. This will reset to default. Scaling allows you to adjust the size of your clear. This is really useful when you're importing clips that do not match the clip size off your timeline again, we can just play around with the numbers to the scale we want. Now you can actually enemy any of these effects by turning on key frames. If you're wondering what the term Kiefer it means, it literally means a spot on endpoints of a transition. So, for example, you may want a specific moment in your sequence to zoom in or out of one of your clips. So let's say I want to zoom in on this kid. I can place the play head at the point I want to zoom in at. I could then turn on key frames by clicking the toggle animation icon next to the effect I want to use. If we open the small triangle here, we could see a key frame has been placed at the star point of our animation. We could then place another key frame at the point we won the animation to end so we can drag the play head either the one here along the one in the timeline and move it to our endpoint. We could then scale up as needed. Now, if we play this back, we can see your animation in motion so you can really see how key frames can be a powerful tool in your edits. Okay, so moving down to rotation this is mostly used correctly up so that are not straight or slightly out of line coming down. You can also change the A pass ity on blending off your clips by dragging on the percentage this makes thickly more or less transparent. Changing the blending Lord will also allow you to blend two images together to get different effects. So, for example, if I put one clip on top of another here, you can see how they look or how they affect changes depending on what blending mode I select. If you want to see the change or effect choices have made to a clip, you can turn on and off the preview. You do this by hitting the FX icon. The effects are on when the FX icon is displayed and off when there is a strike through on the icon. No, apart from these effects that already here, we can also add other effects toe or clips using the effects tab. So I like to place this on the right, as I can view all the effects available and added them on the left. Here in the Effect Controls panel, we can either search for effects or we can navigate through the drop down in video effects . Once you find the effect you would like to use, you simply drag it onto the clip you want. You will notice that any options for that effect will now appear in the effect controls panel. So, for example, a common one to use his crop. We can drag this onto our clit, and we now see various crop options appear in effect, controls panel again. We can drag on these numbers to crop the image as we like have a go up playing with different effects after this video, Another useful effect is to change the speed of our clips. We can either slow clips down or speed clips up. So if you want to do this, you come down here to the timeline. Right click on the clip on select speed Duration. You can change how fast or slow your clip plays, and you do this by changing the percentage 100%. Your click is at normal speed, increasing the percentage speeds up the clear, and that is great for time lapses. Decreasing will slow down your clit, and that could be a fun way to show action. You can also play a clip backwards, and you do this by clicking on reverse speed. So that was an introduction into using the Effect Controls panel. In the next video, I will show you the basics of adding video transitions between your clips. Thank you so much for watching. I don't see you in the next one 7. Transitions : Hello, everyone. In this video, I made sure you had to add transitions to your sequence. So this is great for when you start editing and transitions are something you'll be using throughout your editing journey. Now I have two clips on my timeline right now. And as you can see, when I played between them, there was just a cup in between the clips. Now a cut is actually a transition, and these can also be useful when you're editing when used at the right time. However, sometimes you may not want this cup, and you may want some other type of transition. The first way there's going to be the easiest for you is going to be to right. Click between the two clips, and you should be able to click apply default transition. Sometimes you will see this message appear. This is simply because we are applying the transition at the end of our clips and so the last frames will be repeated. This is something to know when you're working with your own clips, and what that will give you is the default cross dissolve transition, and that looks like this. No, if you click on the actual transition, which is like a piece of tape across the two clips. You could make it longer or shorter if you click on it and then look over at the effect controls panel. You can also make adjustments here. For example, you can adjust only one side of it, or you could choose your linemen. Started the center, and you have all these other options here. I'll keep it at the center, which is the most popular way of keeping it. But let's say you don't want this basic cross dissolve transition, so what we can do is remove this transition first by clicking it and pressing delete on our keyboard. We can then go over to the effects panel on the right here or wherever you have placed yours. Remember, you can also find this under the windows drop down right here in their effects panel. There will be a bunch of different folders. We looked at video effects in the last video. This time around, we want video transitions. You see, there are plenty of different types of transitions groups in the different folders, so just taking a look at the dissolved transitions, let's drag the dip to black option, which weaken drag between our clips and the roles of other options, which can be useful in whatever you are trying to achieve. There's also your common peels and wipes, which can be a little bit cheesy, but you can also use these on texts and shapes, so it's good to know whether you are no like before we can click on the transition, go to the Effect Controls panel, and we could specify the duration. On time of these transitions. However, you could not see some other options. So here we can control at what point the transitions start on end. So, for example, we could start halfway through and then stop at the end. This will give you something like this. You can get creative with these and try various transitions on your clips. That was a basic lesson on how to apply video transitions in Premiere Pro. Hopefully, that gives you an insight into transitions and how to use them. In the next video, we will look at adjusting the colors of our clips on working with the elementary color panel. Thank you so much for watching, and I'll see you in the next one 8. All About Colour Grading: Hi, everyone. In this video, I will be going through the limit tree color panel and how to color correct in Premiere Pro . Now, when you're color correcting a video, you want to adjust a clip for the best exposure. Looking at the white and black points as necessary on correcting the white balance color grading is then the process of adjusting your clear to achieve the look and mood you're going for before we start color grading, we need to get the clip to a neutral starting point. Something called Primary Color Correction. I have a clip here on my timeline, which I will be using throughout the video. Now all the tools you need can be found in the Demetri Color panel. You can find this in the color workspace, which I'm in right now, or you can go to the windows dropped down and again select this now, looking at this clear, it's a bit too warm. I will start by using the white balance selector in the basic Correction section. To use this, I will find a white spot in this image. This area looks pretty white over here, so this is a pretty good starting point by clicking here most of the time. This will correct the color of your clip quite nicely. No, we confined. Tune this a little bit. We can use the temperature slider for this. You can see if I drag this all the way to the left. It turns very blue going the other way. It turns very amber. I think a nice boy is around here. Remember, I'm just using my own intuition here to find a neutral setting. No, I also think this clip is a bit too dark, so I'm going to increase the exposure slightly. We can also possibly add some contrast. And by this I mean observing the level of blacks and whites in the image she can see sliding all the way to the right gives a high contrast and all the way to the left gives a low contrast. I think around here looks pretty good. Now there's also highlights shadows, blacks and white. And you can use these to adjust to clip more if needed. I'm going to leave them as they offer now on our primary color correction is now complete. We can actually go over to the effect controls panel and see the changes we have made. By turning the effect on and off, you can see our primary color correction has given us a whole more neutral clip. Now we can look more into color grading. Now again, another point to know. Here, color grading is a subjective area of video editing. While I think looks good. Other people may not on the vice versa, but I will show you how I work in color grading, which will give you an insight into using the tools within Premiere Pro four Kind of Grady . So, firstly, I'm going to go under the creative tab in the loo metric color panel. Now I prefer more de saturated look, so I'm going to adjust the Ribery. It's a little bit. We can see the intensity of the Connor is just lowered a little bit by dragging to the left . Now I'm going to go down to the Cavs box. I'm going to raise the black point up on the image, which is at the bottom point here, and I'm also going to lower the white point slightly, which is at the top here like so now I can head down to the color real section. You can see that they're separate color wheels for shadows, mid tones and highlights. You also have these sliders on the side, and they can adjust the brightness or exposure. Are we clear? So I think I may have adjusted. The shadow is a bit too much in the curve section, so I'm actually going to talk in them Here, Around here looks good for now. I can also move the shadow of color wheel, and you can see by dragging the wheeling each different direction. I can actually change the tents of the shadows. So here I think a turquoise sea 10 looks quite good. Okay, so that's pretty good. That's before on, after adding a different kind of mood to our video clip. So the final tool I would like to show you is the hate yourself. Second retired, which can be quite useful. Now, let's say in this image, I would like to change the color of these trees. Believe everything else as is, I could actually use this eyedropper here and click on the green part of the image, the trees and now, if I drag this color were I should only be changing the color of the trees. We'll turn that off for now. I just want to show you guys how to use that. Now you may have noticed we've been making all of these changes directly onto an individual clip. This is fine for primary color correction, but when it comes to grading, what I actually do is come down to the project window. Click a new item on adjustment Layer. I didn't drag this on to my timeline on I make these adjustments onto the adjustment layer . Now. What this means is I can drag the adjustment layer over all my clips on the same color. Grading will then be applied to all the clips underneath it. This is the most efficient way to work and can save you a lot of time. So that was a basic introduction into color adjustment on the elementary color panel. In the next video, we'll be looking at how we can adjust the sounds of our clips on the essential features you need to know. Thank you so much for watching, and I'll see you in the next one 9. Adjusting Audio & Sound: Hi, everyone in this video, I'm going to show you how to edit your audio clips in Premiere Pro First, let's take a look at the audio tracks in the timeline panel. You can actually make some quick adjustments here. I have placed some of our video clips here and we can see the associated audio. I've also added a song track to temporarily silence of audio track. You can use the mute track butter. This will mute this track only. So now all we will hear is the sound associated with the video clips. If you want to silence all other tracks, but keep this tracks audio, you compress the solo button. And so now all you will hear is the music track. Now the audio tracks in the timeline panel contained wave forms. These are visual representations of eclipse audio over time. Now, the height of the way for shows the amplitude of the audio, the longer the way form allowed of the audio. You can use this wheel here to make tracks larger or smaller. This will allow you to see the way forms more clearly. Sometimes you may not want to keep the audio associated with the video clip. But if you try to delete the audio, the video clip also deletes. This is because the audio and the video are linked together, turning them. Use electrically right leg and select a new link. Now the audio and the clip was separated, and you can remove or edit as you like. Let's learn about how to improve sound quality. There is, um, easy ways to improve the quality of your soundtrack in Premiere Pro. We can go over to the effects panel and select audio effects here. There are various ways we can edit the quality of our sound clips. One of the most useful is the D noise effect. This allows you to remove background and static noise from an audio clip. Now this is mainly used when you're recording a voice. Over here is a voiceover clip, which is included in The resource is in this course. Now. To use this just like video effects, you drag the D noise effect. Want to your clip? Then you can head to the effect controls panel to make adjustments under individual parameters, you have amount, which is how much you would like to D noise by you can just drag the slider to adjust. The voice over here is actually quite good quality. So what you can do is have a girl recording on your phone, import this in Premiere Pro and have a play around. With this effect, you will see how much of an impact this effect has in removing any background noise. Now another great future in Premiere Pro is essential sound panel. So if we head over to the audio workspace, we could see the essential sound panel on the right again. If you can't see this, you can just select this under the windows drop down. Now this pattern is really useful in making high quality audio adjustments. It also has a lot of automation, which will make your life easier if we select whatever audio clips, the options in the essential sound panel are activated. No, I need to tell Premiere Pro what type of clip you're working with. This will then give you different options depending on your choice. This is a voiceover sold select dialogue and a long list of adjustments appear so coming down this list. First we can see love nous if we click auto match this will automatically adjust the largest industry standards. This is very useful, since sometimes or recordings have sound at different levels coming down under the Clarity section, we can select dynamics. Premier Pro will then analyse the audio and makes him appropriate hilarity Adjustments coming down further weaken ce que, which makes adjustments to your audio at different frequencies on the preset. You can see various options, and you can select one depending on what you're trying to achieve. There are various other adjustments you can make by working through these options in the essential sound. Cannell. No, if you're going to be working with the same type of audio clip, you can save these settings as a preset. You can do this by clicking here. You will then be able to apply the same settings again for another clear. This will save you time when you're working with loads of different clips. Finally, let's take a look at some audio transitions To do this. I'm going to head back to the editing workspace for now, will mute the other audio tracks so we can just hear the song track, and I'm going to cut this audio with the video clips end so we can go to effects audio transitions and under the cross fade folder, we'll see various transitions I can apply. These two are all your clips in the same way and dragged them onto our clips. I'm going to apply the exponential fate transition to the end of our clip. This will fade out the music nicely, so it does not come to an abrupt stop to adjust the fade. You can select it on your timeline and dragged to make it longer or shorter. You can also add a constant game transition, which will introduce an audio clip nicely. Let's see how this sounds. As you can see, the music was gradually introduced. These transitions are also useful when working with different clips and transitioning from one to another. So that was an introduction into editing sound in Premiere Pro. In the next video, I will show you how to export your projects in Premiere Pro. Thank you so much for watching and I'll see you in the next one 10. Exporting Your Media: Hi, everyone. In this video, I'm going to show you how you can explore your videos in Premiere Pro. So let's say you have now built your sequence. You are done with all your edits and you're ready to save and export. You might want to export to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or some other destination. So the first thing you need to do is highlight the sequence you want to export. Right now, I only have this sequence open. This blue box shows us the sequence is highlighted. Then we can go to the file, drop down, come down to export and select media. The keyboard shortcut for this is command M or control em if you're working in windows. Okay, so this box now appears on the left hand side is a preview of your video. At the bottom is a play head, which you can drag through another source range. You can select whether you want to export the entire sequence or just part of it. You can set to export part of your sequence using these in and out points. You simply drag these triangles to select the part of your sequence you wish to export. So we then come onto the export settings, which is a common question for people. First, you need to choose the export format. Now. There are a lot of options here, but the most common one that will work. Facebook, YouTube and all your the common destinations. His hate 0.264 coming down. There are some presets already saved in Premiere Pro. These already have the best settings for different things. You may want to do so the one that most people uses YouTube 10 80 p HD that will automatically set the settings found down below here, perfect for YouTube. There are also other presets. For example, if you need smaller sizes or four K settings and you can also find presets for Facebook Twitter video on mobile devices, there is also just a high quality 10 80 p general setting, which can be useful. These presets will cover you for the majority of exporting. You will do when video editing. Now you can change the name of the file here by clicking on the blue text. You can then also decide where you want to save your video. The options here allow you to adjust the effects video on audio. Father, I don't really ever change these as a presets. Do the hard work for you. So then you come to the options at the bottom to export. If you click on the export button, the video of starting coding and will then be saved in the format you chose. The other button you see is the queue. But in here, if you select this, the adobe media encoder will open. This is a separate program designed to help you export multiple projects. This means you won't have to sit by your laptop to keep pressing export. When you're working with multiple projects, you can double, click, browse and select multiple projects to queue here. So this covers the majority of exporting cases you will encounter. If you do need further specific settings, you confined these on adobe webpages. However, this video has covered the majority of settings. You will need to know. Thank you so much for watching and be sure to watch the conclusion of this tutorial. 11. Conclusion & Project: why everyone? That brings us to the conclusion off this video editing course in Adobe Premiere Pro. Firstly, I want to say Congratulations on taking your first step to learning video editing on a big well done on completing this tutorial. Let's go through a quick recap of what we have learned so far. So we started by looking at the structure Premiere Pro and the different sections and panels to work with. We then looked at building a mini timeline and some basic editing skills to help you put your own project together. Way started adding effects and transitions to make your video clips more creative way, then learned how to adjust the color of our clips. We went through how to edit, sound and adjust our audio, and finally, we finished by learning how to export our videos in Premiere Pro. I hope that has given you a good understanding into video editing. Now it's your turn. I have provided some clips and sounds in the resource is with this course. Have a go, are building your own project or even better, use your own clips and sounds. Remember, your video can be on anything, so try to be as creative as possible. You can then upload this in the project section on the skill Share website. Good luck on your video editing journey. And thank you so much for watching.