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Table Of Contents

About Adobe Help
Resources
Adobe Video Workshop
Bridge Home
Downloads
Extras
What’s new
New features
Chapter 2: Workspace
Customizing the workspace
Tools, clip details, and menus
Chapter 3: Projects
Project basics
See also
General settings
Aspect ratios
Frame aspect ratio
Pixel aspect ratio
Common pixel aspect ratios
Special projects
Workflows
Cross-platform workflow
Cross-application workflows
Chapter 4: Setting up, and bringing in assets
Setting up your system
About setting up your system
Bringing assets into a project
Capturing and digitizing
Use automatic scene detection
Batch capturing
Timecode
Online and offline editing
About online and offline editing
Importing files
Chapter 5: Managing and viewing assets
Customizing the Project panel
Organizing assets with the Project panel
Working with assets
Work with proxy files
Source and Program Monitors
Playing assets
Reference Monitor
Use a Reference Monitor
Chapter 6: Editing a sequence
Editing basics
Timeline panel overview [F30903 Metadata 'Track' in Timeline]
Trimming clips
Working with In and Out points
Assembling a sequence
“Targeting tracks” on page116
Correcting mistakes
Changing clip scale, duration, speed, or interlacing
Interlaced video, noninterlaced video, and progressive scanning
“Change clip speed” on page127
Working with clips in a sequence
Rearranging clips in a sequence
Razor tool
“Delete clips and close gaps” on page140
Previewing sequences
About previewing sequences
Chapter 7: Editing: Beyond the basics
Using markers
Subclips
Editing a multi-camera sequence
Add clips for multi-camera editing
Working in other applications
Adobe Dynamic Link
About Dynamic Link (Production Premium only)
Chapter 8: Transitions
Transition overview
Clip handles and transitions
Adding transitions
Adding a transition
Fine-tuning transitions
Customizable transitions
Chapter 9: Audio
Working with audio
About channels in audio clips
Working with clips, channels, and tracks
Mapping audio channels
“Linking multiple audio clips” on page192
“Edit a multi-clip link in the Source Monitor” on page193
Recording audio
Adjusting volume levels
Audio transitions
Applying effects to audio
Recording audio mixes
Audio Mixer automation modes
Panning and balancing
Advanced mixing
Downmixing to fewer channels
Editing audio in Adobe Soundbooth
About editing audio in Adobe Soundbooth
Edit audio in Adobe Soundbooth
Chapter 10: Titles
Creating titles
Adding text to titles
Adding shapes and images
“Draw straight segments with the Pen tool” on page225
Working with text and objects in titles
Adding fills, strokes, and shadows in titles
Working with styles
Rolling and crawling titles
Chapter 11: Applying Effects
Working with effects
“Find and group effects” on page243
Applying, removing, and organizing effects
Adjusting effects
Customizing effect presets
Motion
“Animate motion in the Program Monitor” on page253
Color correction
Make quick luminance corrections
Special color and luminance adjustments
“Apply Lighting Effects textures” on page278
Vectorscope and waveform monitors
About the vectorscope and waveform monitors
Adding and setting keyframes
Moving and copying keyframes
Controlling effect changes using keyframe interpolation
Chapter 13: Effect reference
About the effect reference
Gallery of effects
Adjust effects
Extract effect
Posterize effect
ProcAmp effect
Shadow/Highlight effect
Threshold effect
Blur and Sharpen effects
Channel Blur effect
Compound Blur effect
Directional Blur effect
Fast Blur effect
Gaussian Blur effect
Sharpen effect
Unsharp Mask effect
Channel effects
Arithmetic effect
Calculations effect
Compound Arithmetic effect
Set Matte effect
Color Correction effects
Brightness & Contrast effect
Broadcast Colors effect
Change Color effect
Change To Color effect
Color Balance (HLS) effect
Equalize effect
Tint effect
Video Limiter effect
Distort effects
Corner Pin effect
Magnify effect
Spherize effect
Transform effect
Turbulent Displace effect
GPU effects (Windows only)
“Ripple (Circular) effect (Windows only)” on page326
Generate effects
4-Color Gradient effect
Cell Pattern effect
Checkerboard effect
Eyedropper Fill effect
Grid effect
Lens Flare effect
Lightning effect
Paint Bucket effect
Ramp effect
Write-on effect
Image Control effects
Black & White effect
Gamma Correction effect
Keying effects
Alpha Adjust effect
Blue Screen Key effect
Difference Matte effect
Image Matte Key effect
Remove Matte effect
Track Matte Key effect
Noise & Grain effects
Noise Alpha effect
Perspective effects
Bevel Alpha effect
Bevel Edges effect
Radial Shadow effect
Stylize effects
Alpha Glow effect
Brush Strokes effect
Color Emboss effect
Find Edges effect
Replicate effect
Roughen Edges effect
Solarize effect
Strobe Light effect
Time effects
Echo effect
Posterize Time effect
Transform effects
Crop effect
Horizontal Flip effect
Vertical Flip effect
Transition effects
Gradient Wipe effect
Linear Wipe effect
Utility effects
Cineon Converter effect
Video effects
Timecode effect
Audio effects
Bandpass effect
Bass effect
Channel Volume effect
DeEsser effect
DeHummer effect
DeNoiser effect
Dynamics effect
Flanger effect
MultibandCompressor effect
Multitap Delay effect
Parametric EQ effect
PitchShifter effect
Swap Channels effect
Chapter 14: Compositing
Compositing video
Adjust the opacity of clips
Transparency (masks, alpha channels)
Defining transparent areas with keys
Creating transparency and solid colors with mattes
Move or change the transparent area with Track Matte Key
Chapter 15: Exporting
Choosing export formats
Understanding video compression, file size, and data rate
Exporting editable movie and audio files
Exporting still images and still-image sequences
Export a still-image GIF or animated GIF
Exporting PDFs for comments
Exporting to DVD, Blu-ray disc, or CD
About exporting to DVD, Blu-ray disc, or CD
Exporting to videotape or film
Exporting for the web
About exporting for the web
Exporting to iPods, cell phones, PSPs and other mobile devices
Export to iPods, cell phones, PSPs and other mobile devices
Adobe Media Encoder basics
Export settings
Default keyboard shortcuts
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Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 User Guide

Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 User Guide

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