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  1. 1. INTRODUCTION As Mass Communication students, this e-learning course was built out of need.The rise of editing jobs for students like us is what motivated us in doing an E-learningcourse. This E-learning course would teach its students how to edit videos. It wouldinclude all the basics that one needs to know in editing videos from the introduction ofPremiere Pro to the Workplace to the Tools and Effects. This E-learning course, was of course, directed to our fellow masscommunication students who were at lost in editing that though they had an editingsubject as a mandated by the curriculum, they haven’t really learnedhow to edit. Thiscourse is also for those were confused or simply did not understand how we weretaught editing. We made sure that we wouldn’t use computer jargons that would furthercomplicate your understanding but rather put it in layman’s terms. Also, this E-learning course would be very helpful to Mass Communicationstudents as they could make money out of it. Who knows? Maybe after this E-learningcourse, students would have a better understanding of editing videos and make acareer out of it. 1|Page
  2. 2. COURSE OUTLINEChapter I Lesson 1: Overview of Adobe Premiere Lesson 2: Tools and Shortcuts Lesson 3: Workspace Lesson 4: ImportingChapter II Lesson 5: Title Lesson 6: Keyframe Lesson 7: TransitionsChapter III Lesson 8: Speed / Duration Lesson 9: OpacityChapter IV Lesson 10: Effects Lesson 11: TrimmingChapter V Lesson 12: Exporting Lesson 13: Adobe Media Encoder 2|Page
  3. 3. CHAPTER IBrief overview Adobe Premiere is a video editing software package suitable for both amateurenthusiasts and professionals. It can be purchased and used alone, or alongside otherapplications such as Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, etc. Import video, audio and graphics in a wide variety of formats. Edit, manipulate and arrange these elements in a visual timeline. Add effects, filters, titles, etc. Export your edited video in a variety of formats, including video tape recordings, DV, DVD, and common Internet video formats.Tools and Shortcuts  Selection tool (V) The default tool, used to select clips in the timeline.  Track Select Tool (M) Select all clips on a track from a given point, or select multiple tracks.  Ripple Edit Tool (B) Adjust an edit point and move other clips in the timeline to compensate.  Rolling Edit tool (N) Adjust an edit point between two clips without affecting the rest of the timeline. 3|Page
  4. 4.  Rate Stretch tool(X) Change the duration of a clip while simultaneously changing the speed to compensate. Razor tool(C) Cut a clip (or multiple clips) into two clips. Slip tool(Y) Move a clips in and out points by the same amount simultaneously, so the rest of the timeline is not affected. Slide tool (U) Move a clip back and forth in the timeline, while simultaneously adjusting adjacent clips to compensate. Pen tool (P) Create control (anchor) points. Hand tool (H) Drag the timeline view left and right. Zoom tool (Z) Click in the timeline to magnify the view, or drag and select a rectangular area to zoom into. 4|Page
  5. 5. WorkspaceThe default panels  The Tools Panel is where you can select various editing tools to use in the timeline.  The Project Panel is where you store all the elements which make up your edited video (video clips, audio clips, graphics, titles, etc).  The Source Monitor is where you can preview clips, make simple adjustments and add them to the timeline.  The Program Monitor shows the edited video from the timeline.  The Media Browser allows you to browse, preview and import clips from your hard drives and network. 5|Page
  6. 6.  The Timeline Panel is where you arrange the elements of your video in the desired order.  The Audio Meters display the volume level from the timeline.Importing  Select File > Import from themain menu.  To import a single file: Locate and select the file, then click Open.  To import multiple files: Hold down the Control key to select multiple files, then click Open. 6|Page
  7. 7. CHAPTER IITitle  Select File > New > Title, or F9 on your keyboard. The title window appears By default, the background of the title composition area shows the current framein the timeline (i.e. the position of the scrubber). This allows you to see the videounderneath the title as you create it. You can also select a different frame for referenceif you like. The title composition area also shows the safe areas - the television safe area(outer rectangle) and the title safe area (inner rectangle). For best results your titleshould fit inside the title safe area.Keyframe 7|Page
  8. 8. These are used to change the properties of a video or audio effect over time.Almost any effect can use keyframes; for example, volume, opacity, scale, position,colour balance, etc. The idea is to create more than one keyframe, then set the desired effect valuesat each keyframe. Premiere will create a gradual change in values between keyframes(this is known as interpolation). For example, you could create a keyframe where thevolume is -20dB and another keyframe 5 seconds later where the volume is 0dB.Premiere will interpolate this to create a smooth five-second volume increase. For full control over keyframes, select the clip in the Timeline and open theEffects Control window (Window > Effect Controls).Transitions 8|Page
  9. 9. A transition is the way one shot changes to the next. By default, if two clips are placednext to each other in the timeline, the transition is a cut.To make more interesting transitions such as dissolves, wipes and effects, use thetransitions available in the Effects window (pictured right).There are two types of transition: Video and audio. To apply a transition, expand theVideo Transitions or Audio Transitions bin. Choose a transition to use.Drag the desired transition to the timeline at the point where the two clips join. 9|Page
  10. 10. CHAPTER IIISpeed / Duration To adjust the speed and/or duration of a video clip in Premiere, right-click the video clip in the timeline. A context menu appears like the one pictured left. By default, the speed and duration are linked together. For example, if you increase the speed, the duration will shorten. To change either speed or duration without altering the other, click the link/unlink icon. -Check the Reverse Speed box to make the video play backwards. -Check the Maintain Audio Pitch box to prevent the sound from going up or down in pitch. 10 | P a g e
  11. 11. Opacity  Select the Effects Controls tab in the Monitor window.  Click the triangle next to the Opacity property to expand it.  Either click the opacity value and enter a new value, or drag the slider. Every video track in a Premiere project has an opacity setting. By default this is 100%, i.e. completely opaque (visible). As you reduce the opacity of a track, it becomes more transparent and the track below becomes more visible. If there is no underlying track, the black background becomes visible. 11 | P a g e
  12. 12. CHAPTER IVEffects  Effects allow you to change the appearance of video or the sound of audio in many ways, from simple adjustments such as brightness and volume to complex special effects.  Effects can be the same throughout the clip or they can be set to change over time  Expand the Video Effects or Audio Effects bins. You will see a selection of sub-folders containing effects in various categories. 12 | P a g e
  13. 13. • Effect Button: Toggles the effect on and off (without adjusting any of the values). • Toggle Animation Button: Turns keyframes on and off. Any existing keyframes will be deleted. • Expand: Expand/collapse controls for this effect. • Effect Name: The name of this effect. • Reset Effect Button: Resets the effect to its default value at the Current Time Indicator (CTI). If the effect has keyframes and the CTI is not on a keyframe, a new keyframe will be created. • Keyframe Navigation: The arrows jump between keyframes. The middle button creates (or removes) keyframes at the CTI. • Effect Value: The value(s) of the effect. Some effects will have multiple values. Adjust the values by dragging the slider, dragging the numerical value, or entering a numerical value.Trimming The trim monitor looks similar to the source and program monitors — thedifference is that it includes a specialized set of controls to fine-tune the edit betweentwo shots. 13 | P a g e
  14. 14.  To open the trim panel, move the CTI to the edit point in the timeline and use one of these options: Click the trim button below the program monitor (pictured right) Click the panel menu button on the program monitor, then selectTrim Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl-T 14 | P a g e
  15. 15. CHAPTER VExporting You can export in a variety of formats and its important to choose the right onefor the job. Before exporting, make sure you have the correct panel and sourceselected in the workspace. For example, select the timeline panel to export the timeline,or select the preview monitor to export a clip shown there. If the export option is grayedout, you dont have a clip or timeline selected. 15 | P a g e
  16. 16. Adobe Media Encoder  To export to a different format, choose File > Export > Adobe Media Encoder. These options are more compressed, so they are smaller file sizes and lowerquality. Use these options for serving files on the Internet, mobile devices, or forminimizing storage requirements on disk. 16 | P a g e
  17. 17. QUIZZES 17 | P a g e
  18. 18. QUIZ 1VIDEO EDITINGName:______________________________________ Date:_________________Section:_____________________________________ Score:________________I. IDENTIFICATION_____________1. What is the Adobe software for video editing suitable for bothamateur enthusiasts and professionals?_____________2. What is the default tool in that Adobe Software?_____________3. Its main function is to adjust an edit point between two clips withoutaffecting the rest of the timeline._____________4. What tool is used to select all clips on a track from a given point?_____________5. It is used to drag the timeline view left and right._____________6. Where can you select various editing tools to use in the timeline?_____________7.Shows the edited video from the timeline._____________8.Displays the volume level from the timeline.II. MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Where can you arrange the elements of your video in the desired order? a. Timeline Panel b. Project Panel c. Tools Panel 2. Tool used to change the duration of a clip while simultaneously changing the speed to compensate. a. Rate Stretch tool b. Slip tool c. Rolling Edit tool 3. A tool used to click in the timeline to magnify the view, or drag and select a rectangular area to zoom into. a. Pen tool b. Zoom tool c. Hand tool 4. Creates control points a. Selection tool b. Track Select tool c. Pen tool 5. Move a clip back and forth in the timeline, while simultaneously adjusting adjacent clips to compensate. a. Zoom tool b. Slide tool c. Razor toolIII. ESSAY How to import a file? 18 | P a g e
  19. 19. QUIZ 2VIDEO EDITINGName:______________________________________ Date:_________________Section:_____________________________________ Score:________________ I. ENUMERATION 1-5 Effects that uses keyframes 1. ___________________ 2. ___________________ 3. ___________________ 4. ___________________ 5. ___________________ 6-12 Examples of Video Effects 6. ___________________ 7. ___________________ 8. ___________________ 9. ___________________ 10. ___________________ 11. ___________________ 12. ___________________ 13-20 Examples of Video Transitions 13. ___________________ 14. ___________________ 15. ___________________ 16. ___________________ 17. ___________________ 18. ___________________ 19. ___________________ 20. ___________________ II. ESSAY Step by step procedure on how to Put Title on your video? 19 | P a g e
  20. 20. QUIZ 3VIDEO EDITINGName:______________________________________ Date:_________________Section:_____________________________________ Score:________________ESSAY I. Step-by-step procedure on how to adjust speed duration of a video clip in Premiere II. Step-by-step procedure on how to adjust opacity of the video. 20 | P a g e
  21. 21. QUIZ 4VIDEO EDITINGName:______________________________________ Date:_________________Section:_____________________________________ Score:________________I. IDENTIFICATION_______________1.Turns keyframes on and off. Any existing keyframes will bedeleted._______________2.The value(s) of the effect._______________3.Allows you to change the appearance of video or the sound ofaudio in many ways, from simple adjustments._______________4. Toggles the effect on and off_______________5. Resets the effect to its default value at the Current Time IndicatorII. Identify the partsIII.ESSAY How to trim a video clip? 21 | P a g e
  22. 22. QUIZ 5VIDEO EDITINGName:______________________________________ Date:_________________Section:_____________________________________ Score:________________ESSAY I. Step-by-step procedure on how to export your work in Premiere. II. What have you learned from this e-learning course? 22 | P a g e
  23. 23. MAJOR PROJECT Make a music video and edit in incorporating all the things you have learned fromthis E-learning course. The video should have these criteria: 1. The video should be 5 minutes minimum and 8 minutes maximum. 2. All videos shown are of original or if not, should have proper citation/credit to the original owner. 3. Could be of any song of the student’s choice considering that it shouldn’t contain foul language.MAJOR EXAM Make a 5 minute promotional video of this e-learning course and incorporate allthe things that you’ve learned in this course. 23 | P a g e

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