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Source Monitor Panel
Source monitor imports raw footage, and Program monitor show final output.
Source Monitor shows the final footage and Program Monitor lets your program, or edit, the original footage.
Source Monitor lets you save the file, but Program Monitor lets you edit the file.
Source Monitor lets you edit your original footage, and Program Monitor is for viewing the progress of the project.
The program lets you place media anywhere in the timeline, so the media can be arranged in any order you choose.
It works in conjunction with the complete Adobe Creative Suite.
The media browser allows you to import various file types, thus making it a true multimedia platform.
Premiere Pro is capable of producing high definition final video.
Assets are the user-defined preferences for importing video clips
Assets are the player settings to capture third-party video.
Assets are the multimedia files: video clips, still photos, and audio files, that comprise a multimedia production.
Assets refer to how much scatch disc storage space you have on your hard drive.
It automatically save the assets if the computer should crash.
Premiere Pro needs to create links to the original footage in order to import it.
The bins become linked to any new sequence you might create.
It helps you find the right assets when you are ready to make an edit
The "rule of thirds"
The "rule of thumb"
The "golden mean rule"
The "rule of production"
A long shot.
An establishing shot.
A through shot.
A scene study.
During the shooting, pan the camera to the next scene.
Use the fade-to-black transition tool.
Film some different shots around the action (B roll) and edit them into the main scene.
Use professional lighting to light the scene.
A talking head.
Mono channels produce a better sound quality than stereo channels.
Stereo channels are preferable to mono channels
Essentially there is no difference between mono and stereo.
Mono is one single audio channel and stereo is two channels (left and right channel).
Rate of exposure.
Essentially there is no difference.
Analog captures the electronic version of the sound wave, and digital converts the sampled sound into binary code.
Anology reproduces the sound or video without error, but digital video has more errors.
Analog video is no longer used in production, at this point all production has switched to digital video.
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