Adobe Premiere Pro Theory Notes

Video Streaming and Editing
Session -1
Introduction to Digital Video Editing

Adobe Premiere Pro Theory Notes:-The process of collecting video material and editing it to create a new video file is known as video editing.

Online and Offline Editing

Online Editing

Editing done on the same computer that produces the final cut is known as online editing.

Offline Editing  

Editing done using the lower-quality content of the original clips and produces on the high-end system is known as offline editing.

Video Standard

National Television Standard Committee (NTSC)

NTSC is the first set of standard protocol for television introduced in has 525 lines displayed at 30 (29.97) fps.

Phase Alternating Line (PAL)

It has high of 265 lines at 25 fps.

System Electronic Couleur Avec Memoire (SECAM)

SECAM was developed out of pal in 1967. A common fill of SECAM is system essentially contrary to American method.

High Definition Television (HDTV)

HDTV is a new digital television technology, which is a part of advance TV (ATV).

Digital Video (DV)

Digital video format was introduced in the late 1990s, when a new generation on digital cameras and camcorders emerged.

Video Terminology


Multiple images moving in a sequence and projecting as a single image is known as a frame. In video, a frame captures and display all pixels and lines of an image. Video formats and described by the resolution of individual and their frame rate.

Frame Size

Frame size is the size of video that appears on the screen.

Frame Rate

The number of images displayed over a period of one second is determined by the frame rate.

Aspect Ratio

The ratio between the width and height of an images or a frame is known as aspect ratio. The aspect ratio of a standard television is 4:3 whereas the ratio of a widescreen film is 16:9.

Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE)

SMPTE is an organization that develops technical standard for films and videos.


Timecode is the accurate time taken to identify a particular frame in a clip or a production. Timecode is measured in hours, minutes, second, and frames.


The number of footages in a film are feet/frames. They are separate by a colon or by a plus sigh. For example, 101.26 and 0101+16 in both the formats, 101 indicates feet and 16 indicate frames in the film.

Production Equipment

Video Camera: It is used for shooting.

Field Recorder: This recorder is portable and is used for outdoor and indoor shooting.

Sound Mixer/Amplifier: It is used for amplifying different sound tracks using boom or lapel milk.

Light and Its Accessories: This is used to brighten up the area while shooting.

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Stages of Video Making




Pre-Production and Production:

  • Identifying the purpose of the production
  • Developing a production schedule
  • Selecting key production personnel
  • Deciding on location
  • Deciding on talent, wardrobe, and sets
  • Deciding on the remaining production personnel
  • Obtaining permits, insurance, and clearances
  • Selecting video insert, still photo, and graphics


  • Editing phase
    • Offline editing
    • Online editing


  • Video editing is the process of manipulating and rearranging video or audio clips to create a new work.
  • Video that exists on a video tape is called as an analong video. Digital video uses binary numbers such as o’s and 1’s to represent each pixel of each frame.
  • In an interlaced video, a frame is divided into two fields. In a non-interlaced video, all lines in a frame are displayed in one pass from top to bottom, before the next frame appears.

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Session -2

Working with A Project in Adobe Premiere Pro Cs6

Project is a file that stores information related to the assets or sequences such as transition, audio mixing, and capture setting. A complete file contains the data that can be edited by means of multiple changes.

General Settings:

The various options in this setting are: –

Editing Mode: the various options available in the editing mode list are DV NTSC, DVNTSC PAL, and so on, which get installed with premier.

Time base:

  • Motion-picture video: 24frame/second
  • Pal and SECAM video: 25 frame/second
  • NTSC video: 29.97 frame/second
  • Another video: 30 frame/second

Frame Size: This box displays the playback option used for the editing modes.

Pixel Aspect Ratio: This pixel aspect ratio is the ratio for individual pixel dimension to the vertical.

Fields: This list box specifies the field that is drawn first from each frame’s interlaced fields.

Display Format (Video): This list box can be used to display several timecode formats.

Title Safe Area: This box helps to select the frame edges that can be marked as safe zone for title.

Action Safe Area: This option acts title area. Safe.

Sample Rate: This list box can be used to increase the quality of an audio.

Display Formats (Audio): This list can be used to set the audio time display.

Capture Settings

The options in this setting can be used to control the video and audio transferring mode.

Video Recording Setting

the options in the setting can be used to control the frame size, picture quality, compression setting, and aspect ratios of a video while being played in the timeline panel.

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Project Panel

Using this panel, you can view and add information for every clip in the project by using bins & importing clip.

Monitor Panel

The monitor panel displays still images, audio, color mattes, and title. It allows you to assemble and edit clips.

Timeline Panel

The timeline panel represents the total time taken for the programme.

Saving and Opening a Project

Saving a Project

A project is saved with an appropriate file name and location that is specified at the beginning of the project. The default file extension for premiere projects is ‘.prproj’.


A project in premier can be customized if the pre-sets do not match your specification.

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Capturing Clips and Using Tools

Video Capturing

Video capturing is the process of importing source clips from source video tape to your capturing.

Tools Panel

Adobe premiere pro cs6 contains many tools that help you to work faster and with more precision. The tools panel contains a number of tools for editing in your video in the timeline panel.

  • Selection tools
  • Track selection tool
  • Ripple edit tool
  • Roll edit tool
  • Razer tool
  • Slip tool
  • Slide tool
  • Hand tool
  • Zoom tool

Selection Tool

selection tool is used to select and move clips, transition, and marker.

Track Selection Tool

track selection tool is situated below the selection tool in the tools in the panel. This tool is useful in selecting all the clips in a trick. To select all the existing clips, which are location after a creation time span on all tracks in the timeline panel first select the track selection tool. Then, press and hold down the sift key and select the clips in the tracks you want to select.

To select clips in a track, independent if its linked video or audio in the timeline panel, first select the track selection tool. Then, press and hold down the alt key and click either video or audio of a linked clips to select it.

Zoom Tool

Zoom tool is useful for magnifying the clips in the timeline panel. To zoom tool in the clips. Select the zoom tool from the tools panel. Then click the area or drag the zoom tool over an area to magnify it.

To zoom tool out the clips. Select the zoom tool. Then press an hold down the alt key and click the area to zoom out.

Hand Tool

Hand tool is used to display the hidden parts of clips. Instead of using the scroll pane. You can drag the hand tool over the clips in the timeline panel to panel to pen the hidden area.

Ripple Edit Tool

Ripple edit tool maintains the duration of all other clips by changes the program duration. When you drag the edit line, the overall program duration is increased or decreased. The program duration changes by the number of frames added or subtracted from the clops on the edit line. An empty span on one side of the edit point is treated as a clip and is adjusted by the ripple edit tool.

  Rolling Edit Tool

Rolling edit tool keeps the program duration constant. It also maintains the combined duration of the two clips being editing. When you adjust the edit line, the frames added or subtracted from one clip are subtracted or added from the clips on the other side of the added line.

Slip Tool

Slip tool can be used to move start and end frames of a clip forward. This is done without affecting else in the timeline panel. When you drag a clip to the left or right, its sours in and out points shift according. However, the program duration, source, and the ins out points of the program remains unchanged.

Slide Tool

Slide tool reserves the duration and the program by changing the in and out points of the preceding video clips when you drag the click to the left or right, the out point of the preceding clip, the in point of the preceding clip, and the clip’s in and out point are moved by creation number of frames. However, the in and out point of the clop’s source and the programme duration do not get changed.

Razer Tool

Razer tool is used for splitting a clip in the timeline panel. When a clip is split, a new and separate instance of the original clip is created. It is quite useful when different effects have to be used.

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Session 4

Video Editing

Working with Monitor Panel

The source monitor replays each clip. The monitor panel display still images, audio, color, mattes, and titles it helps you in assembling and editing clops. It was a dual view mode, which by default includes the source and program view mode.

The trigram view replays the sequence of clip that are assembled. It is a view of the active sequence in the timeline panel.

To open a sequence in the source view, mode drag the clip from the project panel to the timeline panel. Then double-click the clip in the time line panel.

Setting in and Points of a Clip

Although there are similarities in many controls of source and program view, there are some difference as well. If you edit a clip in the source view, it defines the portion of the clip that will be added to the sequence. If you edit a clip in the program view, it defines the location at which the frames will be added or removed from the sequence.

To Cue the Current Frame to An

In point- click the go to in point button.

Out point- click the go to out point button.

To move the in and out point without changing the duration, textured area should be dragged to the centre of the shaded span between the in and out points. Drag it by either using the time rule of the source/program view of the monitor panel or the time line panel.

Working with Timeline Panel

You can assemble and edit your using the timeline panel. You can add video clips to any video track in a sequence and audio clips to any compatible audio track.

Resizing the Track

To resize the track hander section, place the pointer over the right edge of the track, header to obtain the resize con the drag the right edge of the track hander.

To resize the height of a track, place the pointer between two tracks to get the Height Adjustment icon, then resize the track below (for video) or the track above (for audio).

Excluding and Locking Track

Track that are excluded from preview and export are called excluded track. Video track that are excluded do not appear in the program view. If audio tracks are excluded, they will not be the output to the audio mixer panel or to the speakers.

Eye con for video or the speaker icon for audio are the two toggle switches. By hiding these toggle switch, you can exclude tracks in a sequence. To exclude all the video or audio tracks, press and hold down the shift key and then click the hide eye or speaker icon.

To lock a video and an audio track, click the text box next to the eye or the speaker icon. The lock icon appears now.

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Adding, Renaming, And Deleting Tracks

Tracks can be added, delete, and renamed. You can add up to 99 video and 99 audio tracks. A sequence must contain at last one of each type of tracks. To add tracks, keep the time line panel active and on the sequence menu, click add tracks.

To rename a track, right-click the track name to select it and enter a new name for the track. Then, press the enter key.

To delete a track, select it by clicking in the tack header area. You can target one video and one audio track at a time. now on the sequence menu, click delete tracks.

Specify Source and Target Tracks

In the source view of the monitor panel, specify the source tracks you want to use, there are three states where audio and video button toggles. They are take video button, take audio button, and take video and audio button.

To specify a target track, select it, by clicking in the track header area of the timeline panel. The track header area of the target track appears darker than the other tracks. Click the target track to deselect it and prevent clips from being added to the track when you perform edits using the monitor panel controls

Working with Clips

Any clip that you import is a source clip

Source Clip

A Source clip is a that imported in the Project panel.

Clip Instance

A Source clip has a depended reference, called clip insurance, which is used in a sequence.

Duplicate Clip

An independent copy of a Source Clip is referred to as a duplicate clip. It is an additional clip in the Project Panel.

Changing Clip Duration and Speed

Duration is the time taken by a video or audio clip. If you after the beginning and ending of a clip by editing the in and out points of the source, is duration will change.

Speed is the playback rate at which a video or audio plays. Changing speed of a clip, alters

Its source frame rate and may cause some frames to be omitted or repeated. If the speed is changed to a negative value (-100), the clip plays in reverse. While previewing reversed clip in Premiere, you cannot use the Clip Window Loop or Play in to out Buttons.

To change the duration and speed of a clip or a still frame using the Clip Speed /Duration

dialog box, you need to select the clip in the Timeline or Project panel. Then, on menu, click Speed /Duration

Freezing a Video Frame

To freeze a particular frame of a clip, use the frame hold command. You need to freeze a frame in such a way that while playing the clip, the frame appears as if it is imported as a still image.

Enabling and disabling clips

Disabled clips do not appear in the monitor program view, in preview, or in video files that you export. You can disable the clips in the timeline panel to suppress clips while trying out a different editing idea.

Grouping clips

Assembling multiple clips so that you can select and move them as a single object is called grouping. When you group clips, both tracks of a linked clip are included with other clips. Clip based command, such as speed cannot be applied to the entire group. Although effects cannot be applied to groups, they can be applied to individual clips in the group.

To group clips, select multiple clips by pressing and holding down the shift key. Then, on the clip menu, click group. to ungroup clips, select a group clip and on the clip menu, click ungroup.

To select single clip from a group of clips, press and hold down the alt key and click the clip you want to select. To select more than a single clip from a group of clips, press and hold down the alt+shift keys an click the clips you want to select.

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Trimming Clips

Clips can be trimmed using insert, overlay, and trim panels. Setting of a clips’ in and out points are called trimming.

Removing A Clip or A Range of Frames from A Sequence

To remove frames without affecting other clips, select one or more clips in the sequence, and then press the delete key. To remove frames and close the resulting gap, select one or more clips in the sequence, and on the edit menu, click ripple delete.

Replacing Clips

You can drag a clap from the project panel to a timeline panel by using any one of the keyboard modifiers.

  • To use the in point of the new clip, press and hold down the Alt key as you drag the clip.
  • To apply the in point of the original clip to the new clip, press and hold down the shift+Alt keys as you drag the clips.

The clip position and the effect are automatically preserved in the timeline panel.

History Panel

You can use this panel to go to any project state created while working on the current session, Changes to the project can be made from the state you select.

To open a history panel, on the window menu history. The history panel will be displayed

Working with Sequences

The sequences you create appear as tabs in the program view of the monitor panel and the timeline penal. These tabs make it easier to switch between the sequences.

To create a new sequence, on the file menu, click new, and then click sequences. The new sequences dialog box. Will be displayed. You can also create a new sequence by clicking the new item button in the project panel, and then selecting sequences.

Nesting Sequences

The act of inserting a sequence in to author sequence is known as nesting sequence. The nested sequence appears as a single linked video/audio clip thought its source sequence may contain numerous video and audio tracks. In nested clip, you can select, move trim, and apply effect.

Marker Using

Marker are used to show important points in time. They are also useful in positioning and arranging clips. You can create a maximum of 100 markers in each sequence and each clip. The labelling start from o to 99. You can also create multiple unnumbered markers. Marker appear in the time ruler of the clip as small icons in the monitor panel. Clips within the clips in also become icon as they appear in the timeline. Sequences markers appear as icons in the time ruler of the sequence.

To add a numbered or numbered marker, first do one of the following:

To set a clip marker, open the clip in the source view.

To set a sequences marker, select the program view or the timeline panel.

Unnumbered sequence marker sets a blank menu.

Next Available Number Sequence Marker sets a number marker using the lowest number.

Other numbered Sequence Marker opens a dialog box in which you can specify any used number from 0 to 99.

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Integration with Adobe Products, Animating Clips, And Exporting   

Working with Transition

Transition means moving from the end of one clip to the beginning of the next.

Transition are grouped in to folders, Audio Transition Video Transition, in the Effect panel. There are many types of transitions, such as 3d Motion, Page Peel, Dissolve, Slide, and zoom.

To display transition, on the window menu, click Effect. Then expand the video Transition folder.

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Appling Default Transition

Default transition can be applied instantly while you manually drag them to the line. Cross Default transition, which is frequently used in the video ad films. In this transition, one clip dissolve in to author over a short period of time.

To set a default transition duration, on the window menu, click effect. Select the transition that you want to set as default. Now, click the options button in the effects panel and select set selected as default transition.

Adding Transitions Between Clips

The default duration of all transitions is 30 frames and is cantered between the two clips. Both the duration and alignment can be changed using the effect controls panel.

Changing Alignment and Duration of a Transition

You can adjust the alignment and duration of a clip at any point of time. To view the transition settings in the effect controls panel. Click the transition in the timeline panel. To show or hide the timeline view in the effect controls panel, click the show/hide trimline view button.

Replacing Transition

You can interchange or replace a new transition with an old one. To replace a transition, select a new transition from the effects panel. Then, drag it to the existing transition in the timeline panel.

Using the Image Mask Transition

Image mask transition uses a black and white bitmap image as a transition mask. In this type of transition, image is replaced by black color and another image is replaced by white color in the mask.

Creating Single Sided Transitions

Premiere allows you to create a variety of fade-ins and fade-outs using single sided transitions. Generally, transitions are double sided resulting in one transition effect between two clips. Single sided transition can be created between two adjacent video clips, at the end of a video clip that does not have an adjacent clip. They can be placed on any video track in a sequence.

Applying Effects

The effects are used to create qualities that are not present in the row video or audio. These can be a softening focus, going a sunset tint to the scene or echo to a sound track.

An effect can be added to a clip anytime. The same effect can be applied multiple time to a single clip with different setting. By default, when you apply an effect to a clip, it will be active for the duration of the clip.

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Knowing the Effect Workspace       

The effect mode is designed for easy access to both audio and video effect. To open the effects workspace, on the window menu, click workspace and then click effects.

Effect Panel 

All effect grouped by type are stored in the audio effect and video effect panels. Panels can be customized by creating new folder. Setting can also be change to show or hide a folder or an effect.

Some of Video Effects in Premier Pro Are

Adjust: the various options available in this effect are Convolution Kernel, Extract, Levels, ProcAmp, Brightness and contrast, Mixer, and Posterize. It also has a new lighting effect which is added in this new version.

Blur & Sharpen: The various options. Available in this effect are Antialias, Camera, Blur, Gaussian Sharpen Edges, Channel Blur, Fast Blur, Gaussian Sharpen, and Radial Blur.

Channel: the tow options available in this effect are Bland and Invert.

Distort: the virous options available in this effect are Lance Distortion, Ripple, Corner Pin, Mirror, Polar, Coordinates, Transform, Twirl, Spherize, and Wave.

Image Control: the virous options available in this effect are Block & White, Color Balance (RGB), Color Offset, Color Replace, Gamma Correction, Color Corrector, Match, Color Balance (HLS), Median, and tint.

Keying: the virous options available in this effect are Blue Screen Key, Chrome Key, Difference Matte Key, Garbage Matte, Green Screen Key, Image Matte Key, Luma Key, Multiple Key, Non-Red Key, RBG Difference Key, Screen Key, Remove Matte, and Alpha Adjust.

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Some other effects are: –

  • Perspective
  • pixelate
  • Render
  • Stylize
  • Time
  • Transform
  • Video
  • Convolution kernel
  • channel blur
  • blend
  • mirror
  • color balance (HLS)
  • basic 3d
  • drop shadow
  • lens flare
  • texturize
  • echo
  • crop
  • broadcast colors
  • lighting effects etc.

 Exporting Video and Still Images

After assembling and editing clips in sequences you ran generate the final video. We can use premiere pro to produce many types of videos. We can export a sequence to DVD, record a sequence directly to videotape as it plays in your computer, and export a video file for viewing over the world wide web. You can also export an AVI or quick time video file for viewing from a hard disk, removable cartridge, or CD-ROM.

Exporting Video as A File

to export a still image, position the current time indicator in the timeline panel, clip panel, source view, or program view at the frame that you want to export. Then on the file menu click export, and then click frame export frame dialog box will be displayed.

Click settings, the export frame settings dialog box will be displayed. now select a file type format that you want to export and click ok.

Exporting Clips as Still Images

To export a series of still images, select the sequence you need to export as still images. Then, on the file menu, click export, and then click movie. The export movie dialog box will be displayed. then click settings. Select a still image sequence format for file type and frames to export from the range list.

Exporting Audio as A File

Audio can be exported as a file. To do so, on the file menu, click export, and then click audio. Choose from file types that can handle audio.

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 Session 6

Working with Audio

Introduction to Audio

A video incomplete without sound. Sound plays an important role in premiere. You can edit, add effects, and mix up to 99 audio tracks in premiere. Mono, stereo, or 5.1 surround audio tracks can also be mixed. The volume and pan/balance settings of the audio tracks can be controlled directly timeline panel. You can also use the audio mixer panel to make change in real time. A wide range of built-in controls such equalization and delay effects are also available in premiere.

You can use multiple views of some audio date, which are as follows:

  • tracks volume effect values can be viewed or edit on the audio mixer panel in the timeline panel. Set the track display to Show Tracks Keyframes of shoe tracks volume.
  • The clip volume of effect values can be viewed or edited in the Effect Controls panel and in the timeline panel. Set the track display to Show Clip Keyframes or Show Clip Volume.
  • The combination of mono, stereo, and 5.1 surround tracks can be added or deleted at any time. However, you cannot change the number of channels a track use once it is created. A master tracks is always present in a sequence and it controls the combined output for all tracks.

Audio Mixer Panel

The audio mixer panel contain a set of controls for each audio tracks. It acts like a professional sound studio-style audio mixing console.

Viewing Audio Clips

The view audio clip’s must, volume, or pan time graph and waveform settings, use the timeline panel. To set the in and out points precisely, view an audio clip in the Source view of the monitor panel. To edit the audio at smaller increments, view the sequence time in audio units.

Adjusting Volume or Gain Levels  

The output line of a selected clips can be controlled in the timeline panel or in the Effect Controls panels. Though the gain command is independent of the levels setting in the Audio Mixer and timeline panel. Its value is combined with the tracs levels for the final mix. The Audio Mixer panel is the primary window for controlling tracks levels, but it can be done using only the audio tracks keyframe in the timeline. when the automation is set to Read, Touch, or Latch, it affects the output.

To specify uniform tracks output levels, adjust the tracks volume setting in the Audio Mixer panel. To mite a track click the Tracks Speaker icon in the Audio Mixer panel.

Applying Audio Transition to Create Fades and Cross-Fades

Audio transition are applied and modified in a similar manner. You can apply audio feeds to audio clips using transition. You can fade in and fade out a clip’s audio. Then, add an audio transition between two adjacent audio clips on same track to create cross-fades. Ensure that the audio clips overlap to apply cross-fades.

Unlinking and Editing Audio: right click-unlink

Using Mono Audio Clip as A Stereo Clip

The use a mono clip as stereo, first import the mono audio clip. Then in the clip project panel, select the clip and on the clip menu clip, Audio Option and click Treat as Stereo. Figure 6.9 display an image in which a mono clip is added to a clip.

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Applying Audio Effect

To apply audio effect to any audio, first import as audio clip in the timeline panel. In the effect panel open the Audio Effect folders. Now open other the 5.1 Stereo, or Mono folder accordingly. Select the effect you want to apply to the audio and drag the effect to the audio clip in the timeline panel.

Audio Effect

  • Band pass
  • Bass
  • De Noiser
  • Delay
  • Dynamics
  • EQ
  • High pass
  • Invert
  • Low pass
  • Multiband Compressor
  • Multitap Delay
  • Notch
  • Parametric Equalization
  • Pitch Shifter
  • Reverb
  • Treble
  • Volume 

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Session 7

Creating Titles and Superimposing

the titles in adobe premiere pro CS3 are added automatically to the active bin the Project panel. the titles are saved as a part of the project. however, they can also be exported as independence files with. ‘part’ extension.

Working with Adobe Titles Designer

The adobe Titles Designer has many text and graphic tools for developing static, rolling, or crowing designs. A broadcast-quality titles sequence can be create using Adobe Titles Designer. there sequence include text and graphic element.

the adobe following timesaving features in Adobe Titles Designer help you craft an intricately designed opening sequence. this sequence combines text and graphic element with moving footage.

  • Professional Typographic Controls
  • Drawing tools, including the Adobe-standard Pen Tool
  • Style for Text and Shape
  • Precise Animation Controls
  • seamless Import Frome Other Program

Creating Text and Changing Text Attributes

  • Change the Text Color
  • Adding Shadow
  • Kerning Text

Creating an image Adobe Title Designer

In Adobe Title Designer, you will be able to create simple using drawing tools. you can create rectangles, squares, rounded squares, circles, ovals, lines, and polygons. drawing tools can also be used to create an outlined shape or a filled shape.

  • Rolling and Crawling Titles
  • Timing the Motion of Titles

Here, you will learn how to add a moving title to a video program. the duration specified in the timeline determines the speed at which the titles rolls or crawls. for example, specify duration of 20 second or a rolling title in the timeline. the title will take 20 second to move across the screen. then change the duration to 10 second. this will increase the speed of the titles. thus, the title will roll two times faster as compared to the earlier settings.

you can use the Roll/Crawl Options dialog box for titles setting. with a title text and graphics selected in the title panel, you can select the Roll/Crawl Options from the title and select various timings. some of the options given in Roll/Crawl Options dialog box are.

  • Start Off Screen: this check box specifies that the scroll being out of the view and continuous to scroll until the object are in view.
  • End Off Screen: this check box specified that the scroll continuous until the project are out of view.
  • Preroll: The value int this box specifies the duration for which a title should hold in trams of frames of frames before starting to move.
  • Ease-In: The value in this box specifies the number of frames used to accelerate the titles clip to normal speed. the titles will start moving at a normal speed if zero value is entered.
  • Ease Out: the value in this box specifies the number of frames used to decelerate the title clip to a halt. for faster deceleration, specifies fever frames. to stop to title from moving, enter the value zero. you can specify more frames gradually in order decelerate more.
  • Post roll: this specifies the number of frames you want the title to appear motionless. it starts with the frame in which the title stops and ends with the out point of the title clip.

Adding Title to A Project Previewing the Same

Once the title is saved in the Adobe Title Designer, you can place it in the timeline of the project. after adding it to the timeline on track video 2, it become superimposed over a video the clip. this result in a transparent which title, which in turn display the clip on the lower tracks through the title’s background.

Opacity and Superimposing

The opacity adjustments are made in tracks abode the video track to obtain layered effects that depend on the transparency levels of clips in premiere. this is called superimposing.

In superimposing, one clips is played on the top of another. you can also add clip to the superimposed tracks. you can then add opacity applied to or fades, so that the clips placed in the lower tracks in the timeline appear partially. It is necessary to apply opacity to the clip in the highest tracks. This will help you preview the clips below, while playing the final movie.

The premier furnishes a board variety of keys that allow you to vary the type and intensity of opacity applied to different areas of a clip. you can make the matt (specified areas) to be completely transparent while superimposing clip. Alternatively, you can set the opacity value based on the color or color quality, such as bright.

  • Compositing
  • Matte or Mask
  • Alpha Channel
  • Keying
  • Opacity
  • Opacity
  • Fading
  • Color Management and Correction

Changing Opacity

Opacity of a clip can be adjusted in the effect Controls panel or in the timeline panel. Any clip can be faded up or down by animating opacity.

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Using Keys 

keys are used to find pixels in an image, which have a specified color or brightness. It also makes these pixels transparent or semi-transparent. you can remove colors from the background using color-based keys. By using the brightness keys, you can add textures or special effects.

Chroma Keys Option

The chroma key effect specifies which color or range of colors in the clip becomes transparent. you can use this key for a scene shot against a monochromatic screen, such as a blue or green screen.


With the RGB difference key, you can select a range of colors. However, you cannot blend the image or adjust transparency in greys. This key is useful for a scene that is brightly lit and contains no shadows. It is also useful for rough cuts that do not require fine adjustments.

Blue Screen and Green Screen Key Options

use blue screen and green screen keys to create transparency from true chroma blue and true chroma green. You can use these keys to key out well-lit blue or green screens when creating composites.

Non-Red Key Options

Use not red key to create transparency from green or blue is similar to the blue screen and green screen keys, but it also allows you to blend two clips.

Luma Key Options

The luma key is used to create a subtle superimposition or to identify dark areas.

Multiply and Screen Keys Options

The multiply and screen keys use an underlying image as a map to determine which part of the keyed image should be made transparent. The multiply key creates transparency in the areas of the image that correspond to the bright areas in the underlying image.

Using Matte Keys

Matte key specifies transparent or semi-transparent areas for another image. There are various types of matte keys that can be used to add traveling mattes or creative superimpositions.

  • Image matte key options
  • Difference matte key options
  • Track matte

Adding A Background Matte

Create a full frame matte of a solid color to use it like a clip. You can use mattes as a solid background for titles. Brightly colored mattes can be served as temporary backgrounds.

To create background matte, click the project panel to make it active, then, on the file menu, click new, and then click color matte. Select a color from the color picker dialog box.

Adobe Premiere Pro Theory Notes

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