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Premiere Tutorials

Fixing VFR Audio Sync Issues in Adobe Premiere

What's the .dif? Digital video is sometimes recorded with a Variable Frame Rate (VFR).  This can cause the MP4 file audio to play out of sync when editing in Adobe Premiere.  Instead of being an exact frame rate like film at 24 frames per second (fps) or...

Recording A Voice-Over in Premiere

First you will need to change a setting in the preferences menu. To access this menu, go up to the Premiere Pro CC menu at the top of the screen, then Preferences, and select Audio. A second window will open up. In this window, look for the option that reads “Mute...

Saving and Exporting Your Project in Premiere

Before you export your project, it's a good idea to save all of the changes that you have made. To do this, simply go up to File then Save at the top menu. Next you will need to open the export window. To do this, go to File at the top menu, then down to Export and...

Setting Up Premiere Project Folder

Project Folder Before you get started editing in Premiere, you need to create a file system to save all of your video files and your Premiere project files. To do this, create a folder on the desktop and name it something specific to your project like, 360 Project....

Importing Footage into Adobe Premiere

If you have not yet set up your project folder, please go to our tutorial explaining how to get set up. When you are ready to import your footage into your project, go to the main menu at the top of your screen and select File then from that menu, select Import toward...

Adding Video Clips to the Timeline and Basic Editing

When you are ready to start editing your project, you’ll need to move your video clips from the Media Browser to the timeline. The timeline is in the lower right hand quadrant of the interface. First, choose the clip you want to place on the timeline from the Media...

Adjusting the Volume of a Clip

Select the clip on the timeline that you wish to increase or decrease the volume by clicking on it to select it. Next, select the Effect Controls tab in the upper left hand quadrant of the interface and scroll down to Audio Effects. Toggle the arrow to the left of...

Viewing Project in 360 Mode

It is a good idea to continually view your project in 360 viewing mode while editing to make sure any edits like titles and transitions look correctly aligned. To do this, first add the VR button to the interface. Click the plus sign underneath the preview window...