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Getting Started with Premiere Pro

What is Premiere Pro?

 

Adobe Premiere Pro is a widely used software applications for video editing on mac OS or Windows computers. Premiere Pro is used for editing videos, commercials and other film, television, and online video. It is a comprehensive video editing software application and is also available as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud set of applications. Premiere Pro is often used in conjunction with After Effects and Photoshop on creative projects. 

Premiere Pro can be used for all common video editing tasks necessary for producing broadcast quality, high-definition video. It can be used to import video, audio and graphics, and is used to create new, edited versions of video which can be exported to the medium and format necessary for distribution. When creating videos using Premiere Pro, various video and still images can be edited together. Titles can be added to videos, and filters can be applied along with other effects.  (Continue reading from American Graphics Institute)

Check Out a Book to Learn More about Premiere Pro

Link to Adobe Premiere Pro Classroom in a Book  by Maxim Jago in the Catalog
Link to Adobe Premier Pro by Bert Goldsmith in the Catalog
Link to Understanding HD Video by Chriz Dakin in the Catalog
Link to Adobe After Effects by Brie Gynclid in the Catalog

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