Create Variable-Speed Clips in Adobe Premiere Pro [v]
[This is an excerpt from a recent on-line video webinar: “The Basics of Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro” which is available as a download in our store, or as part of our Video Training Library.]
In this short video tutorial, Larry Jordan illustrates how to create clips that play back at variable speeds in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Create Variable-Speed Clips in Premiere Pro
TRT: 5:14 — MPEG-4 HD movie
This four-part webinar series covers the basics of editing with Adobe Premiere Pro; from getting started to final export.
- Part 1: Get Started
- Part 2: Review, Edit and Trim
- Part 3: Audio, Text and Transitions
- Part 4: Effects and Export
Presented by Larry Jordan, this third session focuses on audio editing and mixing; along with presentations on transitions and text. Subjects covered include:
- Key audio terms
- Adjust clip audio levels
- Remapping audio channels
- Record voice-overs
- Apply clip effects
- Transfer sequences to mix in Adobe Audition
- Mix audio in Premiere Pro
- Motion graphic templates
- Create text clips manually
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