Using Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0

Manifest Technology by Douglas Dixon P Pro 2 The first thing you notice when getting started with Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 is the new common interface design for all the Adobe video applications, based on the consumer versions of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements. Instead of having you constantly fiddling with overlapping windows and floating palettes, the interface uses interlocking panels that move together and resize proportionally as you adjust their size, so there's no wasted space or partially overlapping windows. It's even easier to rearrange the layout with the new "drop zone" feature -- you can drag and drop individual windows to either be positioned as a new panel, or be nested as a tab with a group of windows in an existing panel. Otherwise, the Premiere Pro interface should feel familiar and comfortable, with the same general windows and controls that you are already used to -- the Project windows to organize your assets, the Source and Program windows to view and edit your clips and sequences, the Timeline window for editing, and additional windows to access tools including Effects, Effect Controls, Audio Mixer, Info properties, and History. read more...

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