ADOBE PREMIEREFOR FINAL CUT USERSFive Quick Tips in Premiere
#1No need to figure out file formatBefore you import or edit files, YOU  MUST:1. Go to Adobe Premiere’s Preferences2. Unde...
Select Default toscale
#2 Making subclips is easier1.   In Final Cut you would have to edit     the asset and then make a subclip.2.   In Premier...
When you double-click on thevideo or audio this boxappears.When you hover the mouse, thevideo advances like a preview.
When you do your “I” and “O”points it only shows that yellowarea that you’ve selected.Once you’ve made your edit, youcan g...
#3More precise audio editing1.   Select the asset.2.   Go to the Source window dropdown     menu in the upper right corner...
#4 Unlinking audio/video files1.   Drag your file to timeline.2.   To unlink audio/video, right-click on     file selected...
Select Unlink
#5 Go back one screen1.   You can still go back several steps     with     Command+Z.2.   If you open a window and need it...
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PRESENTER: Alysia Steele, University of Mississippi

DESCRIPTION: What Final Cut Users Should Know About Adobe Premiere. Part of Journalism Interactive 2013 conference Teach-A-Thon. Educators were given 5 minutes to talk about curriculum ideas, tools, class assignments and more to help digital journalism educators. Journalisminteractive.com

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Digital Journalism Education Teach-A-Thon | What Final Cut Users Should Know About Adobe Premiere | Journalism Interactive Conference 2013 | journalisminteractive.com/2013/

  1. 1. ADOBE PREMIEREFOR FINAL CUT USERSFive Quick Tips in Premiere
  2. 2. #1No need to figure out file formatBefore you import or edit files, YOU MUST:1. Go to Adobe Premiere’s Preferences2. Under “General” make sure “Default scale to frame size” is checked.3. No need to scale photos or graphics. It will automatically convert.
  3. 3. Select Default toscale
  4. 4. #2 Making subclips is easier1. In Final Cut you would have to edit the asset and then make a subclip.2. In Premiere, you import the asset (video or audio) and then edit directly on the file and drag to the timeline.
  5. 5. When you double-click on thevideo or audio this boxappears.When you hover the mouse, thevideo advances like a preview.
  6. 6. When you do your “I” and “O”points it only shows that yellowarea that you’ve selected.Once you’ve made your edit, youcan grab the file and dragdirectly to timeline.
  7. 7. #3More precise audio editing1. Select the asset.2. Go to the Source window dropdown menu in the upper right corner and select “Audio Waveforms.”3. The wave file will be enlarged and you can do In and Outs and make subclips.
  8. 8. #4 Unlinking audio/video files1. Drag your file to timeline.2. To unlink audio/video, right-click on file selected and then select Unlink.3. Or select your asset, hold down Option key and click. Select unlink.4. To re-link, just right click again and re-link.
  9. 9. Select Unlink
  10. 10. #5 Go back one screen1. You can still go back several steps with Command+Z.2. If you open a window and need it closed, hit the~key. Top left corner on keyboard.

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