Under Construction - I hope to have this done my 1/6/13
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the top video editing software applications in the industry. It is an excellent tool for presenting information that combines audio, images, video and text. In these lessons I will show you the basics and try to emphasize ways that you can use a video editor in the STEM classroom. For example, the ability to slow the motion of an experiment down so you can better analyze what is happening can be a valuable learning experience. You can find more Premiere Pro lessons on my workshop web site.
Premiere Pro Lessons
File Management By the end of this lesson I will understand why file management is critical to video editing and where to save my files.
Preferences By the end of this lesson I will understand how to set the auto save and image scaling settings in the preferences panel.
Importing Media and Creating a New Sequence By the end of this lesson I will understand how to import media files into my Premiere project and then create a new sequence that matches the video clips. *Your memory based video camera will have directions on how to get the video clips onto your computer. Just pay attention to make sure the video files all get into your project folder. *If you are still using a tape based camera, here is a tutorial on how to capture the footage using a firewire card. This tutorial is from an older site and requires Adobe Flash to play.
Editing Basics By the end of this lesson I will understand how to create a rough cut, including how to trim clips on the timeline or in the source window, work with images, and rearrange clips.
Speed and Duration By the end of this lesson I will understand how to use "Speed and Duration" to slow video down so it can be analyzed.
Titles By the end of this lesson I will understand how to create a title and add it to the sequence both as an overlay and full screen.