- An essential resource for anyone who wants to get up and running with this popular video-editing application, from amateur and hobbyist filmmakers to professionals who want to explore the possibilities of editing on a PC
- Explains how to shoot good footage, get digital video onto a PC, set up a Premiere production studio, edit clips, add effects, work with audio, and output the finished product or share it online
- Released day and date with the new software version, the book covers the latest Premiere features and improvements
- Keith Underdahl, the author of Digital Video For Dummies (0-7645-4114-5) and other books on digital video, has broad experience as both an amateur videographer and professional video producer
Part I: Introducing Adobe Premiere Pro.
Chapter 1: Getting to Know Premiere Pro.
Chapter 2: Setting Up Your Production Studio.
Chapter 3: Getting Premiere Pro Ready to Work.
Part II: Gathering Footage.
Chapter 4: A Crash Course in Video Production.
Chapter 5: Starting and Managing Your Movie Projects.
Chapter 6: Capturing, Importing, and Managing Media.
Part III: Editing in Premiere Pro.
Chapter 7: Editing Clips.
Chapter 8: Working with the Timeline.
Chapter 9: Transitioning Between Clips.
Chapter 10: Improving Your Video Images.
Chapter 11: Compositing and Animating Clips.
Chapter 12: Affecting Effects in Your Movies.
Chapter 13: Working with Audio.
Chapter 14: Giving Credit with Titles.
Part IV: Wrapping Up Your Project.
Chapter 15: Finalizing the Project.
Chapter 16: Sending Your Project to the World Wide Web.
Chapter 17: Exporting Your Movie to Tape.
Chapter 18: Recording DVDs.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 19: Ten Movie-Making Tips and Tricks.
Chapter 20: Ten Essential Software Add-Ons for Adobe Premiere.
Chapter 21: Ten Tools (and Toys) for Your Production Studio.
Part VI: Appendix.