The Digital Filmmaking Handbook presents Premiere Pro for Filmmakers, the editing handbook you’ve been waiting for.
Everyone edits video, at least a little bit. But there’s a huge difference between trimming a clip for social media and truly making a film, whether it’s short, long, or episodic. Filmmakers, even beginners, use editing apps like Premiere Pro to their fullest capacity. Written by filmmakers for filmmakers, this book covers everything you need to know to edit your movie and tell the story you want to tell using Adobe Premiere.
Premiere Pro for Filmmakers takes you through each step of the post-production process, from easy, entry-level editing tutorials that use footage from real feature films to advanced topics like multicam editing, mixing media, sound editing, graphics, visual effects, and color. And it doesn’t stop there. Since many filmmakers have access to the full Adobe Creative Cloud suite, discussions of related apps are included whenever appropriate—After Effects, Photoshop, Media Encoder, Audition, Bridge, other resources like TypeKit fonts, Adobe Stock, and more.
Premiere Pro for Filmmakers is the flagship book in our new, single-topic, companion series, The Digital Filmmaking Handbook Presents. This series picks up where The Digital Filmmaking Handbook leaves off, tackling each topic exclusively, in-depth, and as always, from the perspective of working filmmakers.
Table of Contents
1 Cut to the Chase
2 Editing Basics
3 Advanced Editing
4 Creating a Custom Project
5 Importing, Playing, and Proxy Media
6 Media Management and Troubleshooting
7 Advanced Trimming
8 Sync and Multicam
9 Mixing Media and Basic Effects
10 Audio Editing
12 Titles and Graphics
13 Visual Effects
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