Adobe Premiere Pro: Home

What Is Adobe Premiere Pro

Adobe Premiere Pro is a high-resolution, timeline-based editing software that allows users to edit video and audio. As part of the Adobe Creative Suite, Premiere Pro is designed for workflow integration with other programs available in the MRC-- including After Effects, Audition, Illustrator, and Photoshop.

What's in this Guide

Create a New Project - Introduction to the interface of Adobe Premiere Pro that includes steps for creating a new project.

Import Video - How to import video footage into Adobe Premiere Pro from the Canon VIXIA M400 and Panasonic HMC40 video cameras, or from VHS and DVD formats. 

Import Audio - How to import audio files from the Zoom H4 audio recorder, and how to record a voiceover directly to Adobe Premiere Pro.

Edit - Introduction to the basic editing functions of Adobe Premiere Pro, including scene selection, cutting and editing footage, adjusting audio levels, clip speed and position, video and audio transitions, titles, and credits.

Export - How to export final video footage into DVD or online formats.

Voiceover - How to record a voiceover in Adobe Premiere Pro.

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Winifred Fordham Metz
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