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Design professional-looking marketing materials and publications with Microsoft Publisher. These are pieces of video and if I double click on any of these they open up in the Source monitor for me to take a look and decide if I want to use them. You should be familiar with this dialog. New courses are added each week, and you will receive a certificate of completion for each course that you finish. You can also use the Spacebar just like this. I'm just going to click a little earlier in the sequence here, where you can see we've got a number of clips all lined up ready to make a program. Adding captions can be a useful feature for your videos.
I'm on a Windows machine, so this is C Drive rather than a System Drive or another kind of plugged-in drive. All the audio tracks play together but video tracks play one above the other. I've put clips here onto Video 1 and you can see we've got V1, V2, V3 and so on, we've got A1, A2, A3 for audio. For now, though I'm going to go to the File menu again and I'm going to choose Close Project. This area in the Timeline panel is called the Track Header.
We can open one of these up by double clicking on them but I'm going to show you from inside the Start screen first of all. You can cancel your membership at any time. So now I'm going to select both of these Bins, I'm holding the Shift key down again and I'm going to drag them both on to the New Bin button and I'm going to call that new Bin Media. You'll notice that the Bin has exactly the same options that the Project panel has. Topics include: Adding footage to the Timeline, Making overlay and insert edits, Playing a clip backwards, Understanding pixel aspect ratio and frame rate, Applying motion effects, Cutting video to music, Compositing with green screen and blend modes, Correcting color, Creating titles and lower thirds, Exporting sequences, and more! But you'll notice for example on the Timeline there's a Wrench icon for what's called a Settings menu. With basic knowledge and skills, you can record narration to create a unique audio overlay for your video. If colors need to be corrected, you can use the Color Correction tool.
This video will teach you how to do just that. Now a sequence is a container and as you may be able to tell from the name clips added to a sequence are organized into a series of items that will play one after another. Interface Overview Highlighting Key Tools -Project Files — This is where all the files you import into. I'm going to right click on any one of the selected clips and choose Import and they'll appear in my Project panel. I'm just going to click and drag up here at the far left of the Timeline panel, so you can see the thumbnails for the clips. A Premiere Pro project file is a file like any other. But you'll notice up at the top here next to the project name it's quite useful because we've got the location of the project as well.
I'm just going to go to the File menu and I'm going to choose Close Project. Here is information on what types of personal information we receive and collect when you use and visit Tutorials 101, and how we safeguard your information. The two that we're really interested in are the option to create a New Project. That's showing how loud the audio is that's associated with these particular video clips. And if I double click you can see I've now got my Bin called Shots 2 with those clips in it. And you see every panel has its name at the top left-hand corner.
I'm going to click on the name for this just once to select and once again to highlight the text and I'm going to call it First Sequence. We never sell your personal information to third parties. One panel enables you to view your project as you create it, and another panel lets you monitor your project timeline. Speaking of folders, if I toggle back over to our media and I'm going to just browse up to the main media folder, I'm going to rename our Media Files folder something different, in fact I'll just put the word different in here. On the right, you're seeing the contents of the folders you select.