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Key Premiere Terminology
Here are the twenty-five essential terms you need to know in order to be successful when working with Adobe Premiere.
Terms in this set (25)
Selection tool (V)
The default tool, used to select clips in the timeline.
Track Select tool (A)
Select all clips on a track from a given point, or hold shift to select multiple tracks.
Razor tool (C)
Cut a clip (or multiple clips) into two clips.
Pen tool (P)
Command click to create anchor points for automation.
Click in the bar below the timeline to magnify the view, or drag and select a rectangular area to zoom into.
Contains the movie you are creating
The arrangement of panels in the application window
A reduced size picture of a digital asset
Hovering over each side of the thumbnail to quickly preview a sequence
(The top-left window) where you monitor your raw video footage and make in & out points of a clip before inserting it into a sequence
Program Monitor / Project Monitor
(The top-right window) where you watch the edited sequence
(Bottom-right window) The panel containing your sequence where you place various assets & edit them
Digital Assets / Project Files
(Bottom-left window) Video, audio, still images files
Playhead (Current Time Indicator)
The line that shows where you are on the timeline
The part of a session where video & audio clips are assembled, arranged, edited, & enhanced
Work Area Bar
A visual representation of the area of a sequence that you want to preview or export; the selected portion is indicated by brackets just below the Time ruler
A frame with settings that provide a snapshot of how you want a clip to look at a specified time
A basic effect used on images to fade in or out by applying the Opacity effect
The process of compiling a composition into its final output from all of its layers and settings; a rendered project plays more smoothly and much closer to real time
A procedure done during the export process so that other people will be able to view a movie
A particular order of clips
Effects added to audio that somehow change the sounds in Premiere; ranging from correcting volume and removing frequencies as well as alter sounds
Effects added to video that somehow change the visuals in Premiere; ranging from correcting color and brightness as well as to produce overlays, create green screen effects, etc
Effects Controls Panel
The tab next to the source monitor where you control keyframing, opacity, time remapping, volume, and other effects
The method of switching from one shot to the next; most commonly used are "jumpcuts" or "crossfades"
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