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60+ Free Adobe Premiere Tutorials

Free Premiere Training Clips, Premiere Techniques, Premiere Tips & Tricks!

Here are over 60 Adobe Premiere training clips, advanced Adobe Premiere techniques, and loads of Adobe Premiere tutorials and tips. And all free! Plus we'll update this as we add more!

Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Markers
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=664760
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses marking important frames in your project, particularly the range of frames you want to include in the sequence. He shows how to do this using markers. The focus is on clip markers.
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Bins
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=664636     
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses what Bins are and how the top most level of the project panel, also known as the master Bin. He shows how to create a new Bin, marquee select clips to place in a Bin, close the Bin, and how to organize items into Bins. He also shows how to open and close Bins as well as other neat Bin tricks.
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Organizing your assets
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=664255     
Author: Antony Bolante    
Now that you've imported the footage that you want to work on in your project, now is the time to organize it. In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses how to organize your media so that you can work more efficiently and avoid wasting time hunting for the items that you want. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Batch Capture
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=664189     
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses how to use the batch capture feature in Premiere Pro CS4. He details how when logging clips the files are still not captured, and how you can use the batch capture command to capture the entire group of logged clips, or selecting just those clips that you think you will use. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Logging
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=663261     
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses how to watch the tape and log the shots you want before you capture them. He details how to log the tape using the playback controls and the controls in the logging area of the capture panel, which enables you to specify if you want to capture the video and the audio or just the video or audio. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Offline Media
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=662209     
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante reiterates that Premiere Pro refers to files on a hard drive and doesn't contain them, so if you move the files on your hard drive, Premiere Pro won't know where to find them. If you open the project file and can't find the files associated with them, Premiere Pro will open a dialog box so you can locate where it is and select it so Premiere Pro can know where it is in the future


 

 

 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Video Capture
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=662899     
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses how to import tape-based footage from the tap to the computer. He shows how to capture footage from DV format tape, but explains the process is similar with other tape based formats.
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Importing Layered Images
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=661812     
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses importing stills with layers into Premiere Pro, detailing how you can import them as a single merged image or as separate layers, or import the file and retail the layered structure in a sequence.
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: The Interface
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=656878     
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante goes over Premiere Pro CS4's interface, including the panes and panels that open when you launch Premiere Pro. He also covers the various workspaces in Premiere Pro CS4, including editing, color correction, audio, effects, and metalogging workspaces, and what each performs during the editing process.
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Importing Still images
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=656988     
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses some of the issues that crop up when importing still images into Premiere Pro CS4. He notes that stills are just a single frame of duration but when in video the frame plays much longer. In Premiere Pro, the still frame on the Timeline is set to play by default, for five seconds. He shows how to change the duration in the general pane of the preferences dialog box. He also covers setting a preference for still image scale. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Importing Assets
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=656963     
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante discusses how Premiere Pro CS4 generates a list of assets by importing files. You can import all sorts of files, and Bolante discusses the three methods available to you; using the dialog box, the media browser, or via Adobe Bridge. Using any of these methods, you can import individual files, multiple files, or an entire folder of files. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Essential Training: Settings
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=656299     
Author: Antony Bolante    
In this clip, Lynda.com host Antony Bolante covers how to specify the settings, such as general settings, safe zones, and scratch disks, in Adobe Premiere Pro CS4. He details how to start a new project, what a project is, and how to create a project and add assets to a Premiere Pro CS4 project. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 Level 1: Trim Operations
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=609801     
Author: Tom Mavro-Michaelis    
In this training video, host Tom Mavro-Michaelis discusses how to amend clips in a sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. He specifically discusses moving clips, moving edits, and trimming clips in a sequence on a timeline. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 Level 1: Capture
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=608320     
Author: Tom Mavro-Michaelis    
In this training video, host Tom Mavro-Michaelis covers the basic capture process in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. He shows how to access the capture controls, how to control the tape, work with the jog and shuttle control, and so forth. He also shows how to preview the tape, fast forward and rewind, pausing the tape using the space bar, and using the jog controller. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Premiere CS3 level 1: Applying effects
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=605682     
Author: Tom Mavro-Michaelis    
In this training video, host Tom Mavro-Michaelis discusses how to apply video filter effects to clips on the timeline in a sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. He covers the various effects in the effects folder. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Start in Final Cut and end with Adobe Premiere Pro via Automatic Duck
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=328356     
Author: David Basulto    
A film school grad contacted me recently and told me how he was really getting into compositing and color correction. He really enjoyed Adobe After Effects and edited with Premiere Pro. His dilemma was as a recent grad he really wanted to start making money but all his opportunities were from people who cut their projects in Final Cut Pro. How was he to do his work, including some audio tweaks if he was not an Apple guy?
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro Podcast 26: Creating ESPN Style Video Effects (part 3)
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=310964     
Author: Jeff Schell    
In part 3 of this podcast, host Jeff Schell shows you how to take a clip of a football game -- or any sports event-- and add a Track Matte effect to highlight or emphasize specific players, similar to effects used on ESPN SportsCenter. Jeff walks you through the steps of defining the region to be emphasized by using the Pen tool in the Premiere Pro Titler to create a matte shape. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro Podcast #25: Creating a Sports Highlight Reel (part 2)
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=304231     
Author: Jeff Schell    
In part 2 of this podcast, host Jeff Schell shows you how to take a clip of a football game -- or any sports event -- and export a frame of video to Adobe Photoshop in order to create ESPN-style visual effects, such as having two players briefly grow and shrink on the screen to highlight them. 
 
Tutorial
Creating a Moving Filmstrip Look "on the Cheap"
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=282334     
Author: Bonnie Blake    
Some of you might remember, or have used, the Adobe Filmstrip format, especially if you`re a veteran Adobe Premiere or After Effects user. Both older and current versions of Adobe Premiere Pro (version 2.0 and over) and After Effects offer the option to export your project as a Filmstrip format (.flm) and then open it in Adobe Photoshop to manipulate the individual frames of a movie. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Understanding the Export Options in Premiere Pro CS3
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=253346    
Author: Jeff Schell    
In this week's podcast, Host Jeff Schell walks you through the many options available for exporting your finished program in Premiere Pro CS3. Jeff explains when to use each option, and the differences between exporting via File > Export > Movie, and File > Export > Adobe Media Encoder.
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Video Podcast: Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 with Jeff Schell
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=161699     
Author: Jeff Schell    
In this inaugural video podcast in Jeff Schell's weekly podcast series, Jeff takes a look at the new features in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. In particular, Jeff looks at what's new in the graphical user interface (GUI); he uncovers the changes made behind the scenes; he walks you through the latest "bell & whistle" features like Time Remapping, and also describes which applications you get for free when you purchase Adobe Premiere Pro CS3.
 
Tutorial
How to create complex fabrics with Curtains
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=100197     
Author: Svetlana Chernousova
In this tutorial you can read how to decorate your video with beautiful complex velvet drape with golden pattern. This lesson says basic techniques which help to study how to adjust materials parameters of fabrics. Go through all steps described in this lesson and you'll learn how to do it! Having learned the basics and having understood the technique you'll be able to create more sophisticated pieces. The AlphaPlugins Curtains plugin for After Effects is necessary.
 
Tutorial
Editing HDV
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=98126     
Author: Heath McKnight  
Though there were some issues editing HDV early on, it has become an easy process in all major and most consumer NLEs. Whether you choose to cut in native HDV, or using a DI (Digital Intermediate), editing this popular new video codec is easy, if you have the right tools. I'll be taking a look at all the NLE apps out there, big and small, and some of the proxy solutions to help out if your camera or deck aren't yet supported, or your computer is older and upgrading may be out of the question. 
 
WiKi Tip
Building a Slideshow in Photoshop Elements 5
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=96591     
Author: WIKI    
One of the cool aspects of Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 is the capability to create something, and bring it into a Premiere Elements 3.0 project. For example, you can create a slideshow complete with narration, titles, even transitions that will drop right into a Premiere Elements 3 project. While you can do other things with the slideshow, such as burn to DVD or email it, in this article, we'll prepare a basic slideshow using the slideshow feature in Photoshop Elements 5.0 that you can then add to a Premiere Elements project, a PDF, or even burn to DVD/CD. 
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Building DVD Menus in Premiere Pro 2.0
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=65853     
Author: none    P
In this video-based tutorial, Jeff Schell demonstrates using Premiere Pro 2.0 to create interactive menus for your DVDs.
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Using HDV and 24p Video in Premiere Pro 2.0
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=65839     
Author: none    P
In this video-based tutorial from the Premiere Pro 2 New Features video-based training series from Lynda.com, Jeff Schell demonstrates using HDV and 24p video in Premiere Pro 2.0
 
Video-Based Tutorial
Using The Lighting Effects Filter in Premiere Pro 2.0
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=65838     
Author: none
In this video-based tutorial, Jeff Schell demonstrates using the Premiere Pro 2.0 Lighting Effects Filter capabilities.
 
Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 for Brand Noobs, Part 3
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=53960     
Author: Charlie White    
In this part 3 of Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 for Brand Noobs, it's time to bring some clips onto the timeline and start learning some basic editing techniques using Premiere's intuitive edge-dragging routine. Here's where you'll really see just how easy this software is to use when you want to quickly and easily edit video by visually lengthening and shortening clips. We'll learn how to whip those shots into shape, so follow along and have some fun while you're turning into an editing ace. 
 
Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 for Brand Noobs, Part 2
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=52748     
Author: Charlie White    
In part one of our Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 for Brand Noobs, we learned about how important it is to have two monitors when editing video, and now it's time to get out that DV camcorder and start capturing some video. Follow along with me, and don't fret, this is going to be easy. We're working in Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0, remember? No more of those crappy consumer-level editing applications for you. You're ready to run with the big dogs now. But not to worry, this is the pro-level editing app for the rest of us. C'mon, it'll be fun.
 
Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 for Brand Noobs, Part 1
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=51905     
Author: Charlie White    
There are plenty of advanced Adobe Premiere Pro tutorials on Digital Media Net, but there's a shortage of basic, step-by-step guides on how to do simple setup, capturing, editing and output with the software and its associated hardware. So, by popular demand, we bring you a series of tutorials, written in bite-sized pieces, that will give you a basic start-to-finish overview of the software. In Part 1, we cover setting up your monitors and hardware to work best with Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0.
 
Tutorial
Adobe Audition 2.0 Workspaces
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=48661     
Author: Frank Moldstad   
Adobe Audition 2.0 is built around an extremely flexible interface, a design it shares with Adobe's Premiere Pro 2.0, Encore 2.0, and After Effects. Although each of these applications has different menus and tools, they are all designed with groups of movable panels that can be resized, docked nearly anywhere, or floated freely. Here's a look at how Audition 2.0 can be configured.
 
Tutorial
Using the Sony M10U HDV Deck with Adobe Premiere Pro
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=45122     
Author: Charlie White    
In this tutorial, learn how to configure the Sony HVR-M10U Digital HD Videocassette Recorder to work with Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0. In a previous review of Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 editing HDV, I attempted to use the Sony M10U deck as an input device, but it was unable to capture video. A call for help resulted in Adobe tech support personnel incorrectly telling me that the M10U was not supported. But others at Adobe contacted me the next day and showed me how to configure the Sony HDV deck to work with Premiere Pro 2.0. Now I'll show you.
 
Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 Tutorial Series: Chromakeying with DV
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=37708     
Author: Charlie White    
In this next episode of our Premiere Pro 2.0 tutorial series, let's take a look at a technique many people find excruciatingly difficult. Chromakeying using DV footage is indeed a challenge, and I'll show you to put together a nice-looking chromakey in Premiere Pro 2.0, and I'll give you some tips on how to shoot your footage so that you won't have such a difficult time in postproduction.
 
Tutorial
Premiere Pro 2.0 Quick Tip: The Ken Burns Effect
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=37610     
Author: Stephen Schleicher    
Say the name Ken Burns and most people instantly recognize the documentary story telling style of zooming and panning still images. Scanners now have the capability of capturing high quality images without a camera. If you want to mimic the Ken Burns effect, then look no further than Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0.
 
Tutorial
Premiere Pro Tutorials, Part 6: Using Photoshop with Premiere Pro 2.0
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=37503     
Author: Charlie White    
If you're an Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Pro 2.0 user, or if you have the Adobe Creative Suite Production Studio, you may not realize how easy it is to create and use Photoshop graphics within the timeline of Premiere. In this tutorial, we�ll make the round trip from Premiere to Photoshop and back, creating a graphic and then watching it dynamically change in Premiere as we modify it in Photoshop. Then, we'll see how layers created in Photoshop behave inside Premiere. Let�s fire up these two applications and see how well they work together.
 
Tutorial
Edit in Adobe Audition
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=37177     
Author: Frank Moldstad   
If your workflow involves audio and video production, there are some important interoperability functions between Audition 2.0 and Premiere Pro 2 or After Effects 7 Professional in Adobe's Production Studio Premium edition that will make your life easier. Here's a look at one of the brand new functions, called Edit in Adobe Audition.
 
Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0: DVD From the Timeline
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=37104     D
Author: Charlie White    
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create DVDs right from Premiere Pro's timeline. If you want deep interactivity and plan to create complex DVD menus, you'll definitely want to go into Adobe Encore or another DVD authoring package to accomplish that. However, for a lot of editors, to be able to just get something off the DVD to a client, or create something simple using one of the included templates, everything you need is right here, without even leaving the timeline. It's surprisingly easy to use. Come along and I'll show you how it's done.
 
Quick Tip
Capturing Video with After Effects 7.0
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=37126     
Author: Stephen Schleicher    
For those who bought first day, Adobe After Effects 7.0 should now be in your hands. One of the new features that has been added to the Adobe Production Suite Premium Bundle is the ability to psuedo-capture footage from After Effects with the help of the new Dynamic Link, and Premiere Pro. This quick tip will show you how it is done.
 
Tutorial
Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0: Three-Way Color Correction
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=37044     
Author: Charlie White    
Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 has a new color correction facility that's been rebuilt from the ground up. In the previous tutorial we covered the user-friendly Fast Color Corrector. In this next tutorial, we'll dig deeper into the color correction tool kit, exploring some of the more powerful features that are included in this new nonlinear editing application from Adobe.
 
Tutorial
Living Color: Premiere Pro 2.0 Color Correction Made Simple
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=37014     
Author: Charlie White    
The color correction engine was completely rewritten in Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0. As a result, Premiere Pro 2.0 can now handle 10-bit video, and all the color space is processed using sophisticated 32-bit floating-point operations. But all that complexity under the hood doesn't mean that it's difficult to use. In this tutorial we will work with the Fast Color Corrector, specifically designed to handle most of the color correction needs for a variety of situations, and was also designed to work in real time. 
 
Tutorial
Hot Shots with Premiere Pro 2.0: Multicam Editing
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=36989     
Author: Charlie White    
The primary goal for Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0's new multicam routine was to make it a straightforward process. In this tutorial, we'll walk through the technique, and you'll see how this new tool uses familiar conventions that are already in Premiere Pro 2.0. You'll be able to direct the sequence, calling the shots with real time playback, and then have the full power of Premiere Pro's editing tools to get inside your cuts and make fine adjustments. To follow along, you won't necessarily need clips that were shot at the same time on multiple cameras.
 
Tutorial
Premiere Pro 2.0: Clip Notes, The Editor's Friend
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=36949     
Author: Charlie White    
One of the most innovative new features in Premiere Pro 2.0 is its Clip Notes review and approval routine. It allows you to export a timeline for approval, where the video is compressed into a PDF file that's easily e-mailed or transported to a reviewer. When the reviewer receives the PDF file, all that's required is Adobe Reader to watch the video and make comments. After entering comments, that file can be imported back into the timeline, resulting in markers placed on the exact frames where the reviewer made the comments. Here's a tutorial showing you how to use it.
 
Tutorial
Filmstrips In Adobe Photoshop
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=34757     
Author: Ronald Hill
Learn to color correct and add a blaster effect to a filmstrip in Adobe Photoshop. When the filmstrip file is imported into Premiere or another video editing application, the filmstrip will be made into a video, allowing you to animate objects inside of Photoshop.
 
Tutorial
Total Training for Premiere Pro 1.5 with Jacob Rosenberg
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=30537    
Author: none    
In this Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 tutorial, Jacob Rosenberg will discuss new keyframe features in Premiere Pro 1.5 including new features associated with setting keyframes. 
 
Tutorial
Total Training for Premiere Pro 1.5 with Jacob Rosenberg
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=30538     
Author: none    
In this Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 tutorial, Jacob Rosenberg will discuss new features associated with editing directly from the timeline in Premiere Pro 1.5.
 
Tutorial
Using the Waveform Monitor and Vectorscope in Premiere Pro
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=29339     
Author: none    
In this Total Training tutorial, presenter Jacob Rosenberg will show you how to take advantage of the new Monitor window features in Premiere Pro, including how to use the Waveform Monitor and Vectorscope directly from the Monitor Window
 
Tutorial
Total Training for Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=29276     
Author: none    
In this Total Training tutorial, presenter Jacob Rosenberg will show you how to take advantage of the new features in Premiere Pro associated with markers, including how to reference markers that are in a nested sequence.
 
Tutorial
New Features in Premiere Pro's Capture Window Revealed
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=29247     
Author: none    
In this Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 tutorial, Jacob Rosenberg will discuss new features associated with Premiere Pro 1.5's capture window as well as how to use the scene detect feature.
 
Tutorial
Total Training for Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=29248     
Author: none    
In this Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 tutorial, Jacob Rosenberg will discuss new display features in Premiere Pro 1.5 including one of which is the ability to drag a clip from the Thumb Nail area and into the

timeline.
 
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Premiere Pro 1.5 Tutorial, Part 7
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=28038     
Author: Charlie White    
In this next installment of our Premiere Pro 1.5 tutorial series, let's learn how to use a feature in Premiere Pro that took Adobe code writers the entire development cycle of this version 1.5 of the product to implement. Sure, it isn't the flashiest of features, but it might prove itself to be one of the more useful attributes of this nonlinear editing software. It's the Project Manager, which manifests itself as just one dialog box, but can make your life easier, especially with large projects or the huge files associated with high definition production. 
 

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Premiere Pro 1.5 Tutorial, Part 6
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=27613     
Author: Charlie White    
In part 6 of our Premiere Pro 1.5 tutorial series, we'll further explore the unique relationship Adobe has created between Premiere Pro 1.5 and its industry-standard image editing application, Photoshop CS. After importing a layered graphic from Photoshop to Premiere Pro 1.5, we'll animate its layers and then use it on the timeline as a graphic that acts like a single clip. Don't have Photoshop? Don't worry,

we've built a layered Photoshop graphic just for you to use in this video adventure.
 
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Premiere Pro 1.5 Tutorial, Part 5
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=27309     
Author: Charlie White    
In this fifth part of our Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 tutorial series, let's learn how to use another new filter included with this nonlinear editing software, this one offering an easy way to automatically color correct a shot or group of shots. And we'll also use a Photoshop graphic as a Track Matte in Premiere Pro, and see how well the two Adobe applications are able to work together.
 
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Premiere Pro 1.5 Tutorial, Part 4
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=27038     
Author: Charlie White    
In part 4 of our series of Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 tutorials, we'll take a look at the copy and paste functionality between Premiere Pro 1.5 and After Effects 6.5. Of all the new features in Premiere Pro 1.5, Adobe tells us that this function was the one that caused the most jaws to drop when it was first demonstrated in April of this year (2004). Also in this episode, you'll see two great new shadow filters added to Premiere Pro in version 1.5. 
 
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Premiere Pro 1.5 Tutorial, Part 3
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=26660     
Author: Charlie White    
Next in our series of Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 tutorials, we'll work with picture-in-picture effects, learn some basic keyframing techniques and explore a few more helpful hints. With this newest version of Premiere, we'll take a look at pre-sets which simplify the effects-building process, and then we'll modify them while we learn how to create motion paths, exploring many capabilities that were previously only available in Adobe After Effects.
 
Tutorial
Premiere Pro 1.5 Tutorial, Part 2
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=26413     
Author: Charlie White    
In part 2 of our ongoing series of Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 tutorials, learn how to make the most of Premiere Pro's more efficient ways of adding and manipulating transitions between clips. You'll learn shortcut keys that speed up your editing, as well as techniques to fine-tune your transitions that work with any of the effects that are available in Premiere Pro 1.5.
 
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Book Excerpt: Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 Studio Techniques
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=26331     
Author: Jacob Rosenberg    
Here's an excerpt from Chapter 5 of a new book by Total Training guru Jacob Rosenberg, entitled Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 Studio Techniques. In this chapter, Rosenberg explains that whether you are using the Source Monitor to trim your clips or dropping all your clips to the timeline and then adjusting, Premiere Pro offers a lot of new tools and techniques to make the editing process less cumbersome.
 
Tutorial
Premiere Pro 1.5 Tutorial, Part 1
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=26271     
Author: Charlie White    
If you've been wondering what's so special about Adobe's new Premiere Pro 1.5, or have installed the software and are still wondering how to get the most out of it, here's where you can find out how to make this new filly run like the wind. In a series of tutorials, we'll give you a whole stable full of tips and tricks, so get in the starting gate with us, because it's post time.
 
Tutorial
T2
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=21516     
Author: Stephen Schleicher    
While Premiere Pro may be the bee�s knees for editors who are eager to take advantage of some of the higher functions of the inexpensive non-linear editing system, Adobe has taken out one of the features that made Premiere a fun program to use. With the built in Stop Motion Capture feature of previous versions, the ability to capture time-lapse video directly from your DV camera was great. If you still have a copy of Premiere 6.5 sitting around, you may want to keep a copy on your system for just this reason.
 
Tutorial
Creating Interactive QuickTime Movies with Wired Sprites in Adobe GoLive 6
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=18392     
Author: Adam Pratt    
In this tutorial you'll learn how to create an interactive QuickTime movie with multiple rollover buttons and videos. The only software you need to complete this tutorial is Adobe GoLive 6 and we'll provide all the necessary sample files. If you want to create your own buttons you'll need Adobe Photoshop and if you want to use your own video sources we recommmend Adobe Premiere.
 
Tutorial
Adobe Premiere 6: Reverb Filter
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=8677     
Author: Brian Maffitt    
Instructor Brian Maffitt from Total Training, Inc. leads you through the intricacies of Adobe Premiere 6's Reverb filter. In this QuickTime streaming video tutorial, learn how to manipulate settings in this highly configurable control panel like mix, decay, diffusion and brightness.
 
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Audio? In Premiere? Multitracking on a Shoestring
http://premiere.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=7068     
Author: Charlie White    
While taking some time away from the Midwest Test Facility during the holidays, Digital Media Net's Charlie White found himself constantly humming Christmas songs to himself. What if he harmonized all four parts of a favorite holiday tune one-by-one into his DV camera's microphone, and then built a multitrack recording from it? Could he then edit the resulting multitrack audio on a rudimentary setup using whatever tools he had at hand on the road? Could he do it with -- (gasp!) -- Adobe Premiere 6?
 


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