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What is the best way to learn Premiere

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March 10, 2002 9:52:12 PM

As with all Adobe programs, I'm finding Premiere very difficult to learn. Admittedly, I have a lot to learn about video editing itself, but I have generally been successful in learning by doing. Unfortunately, the intricacies of Premiere and many aspects of video editing have me scratching my head. Are there any good computer-based training programs available for Premiere and/or video editing? I'm reading a book on Premiere, but I realize I need to fully understand the terminology and basics of video editing to fully comprehend the instructions within the book.

I am learning this purely as a hobby, but I would like to understand my hobby and enjoy it. I would appreciate any guidance you can provide.

JCC


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March 10, 2002 10:01:54 PM

With every official copy of Adobe Premier you get a book and traning CD.
Try them ;) 


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March 11, 2002 2:53:24 PM

Well, now you just have me scared. I purchased my copy from an online auction, and these were not included. It came in a Premiere shrink-wrapped box, and it appears to be authentic. However, after reading you response, I ran the install again, and I noticed there is an option to install something from Pinnacle. Unfortunately, I now think I have a copy someone got with their video card.

Oh well, until I get out for new official copy, any other suggestions.

No wonder it was so cheap.

JCC


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Anonymous
March 12, 2002 10:42:15 AM

My copies also shrink warapped all caame with a book and a traning CD.
Maybe Adobe didn't included it on all packeges. (the cd).
There are meany book's and traning packeges for Photoshop lying around. Just do a search on Amazon.

the Pinnacle program included with Photoshop is used to make titles for your video's.
It's working good but have a stupid user interface.

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March 18, 2002 1:44:05 AM

Maybe your Nearby Library has a Adobe Premiere for Dummies.. or a Book about Premiere something like that...

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Anonymous
March 18, 2002 2:44:40 AM

I liked Adobe's "classroom in a book" for Premiere. Good explanations and exercises.
-jamie
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