Premiere Pro CS5.5 has made some significant improvements in the user interface and the options for customizing and quickly finding keyboard shortcuts. This chapter will show you how to take advantage of the changes.
Keyboard Shortcut and User Interface Changes
In this lesson you will see how customizing and loading keyboard shortcuts has become much easier. You'll also learn a couple of keyboard shortcuts for maximizing a panel.
The new and improved free trial version of Premiere Pro CS5.5 will give you a chance to try out all of the new features, including advanced support for RED digital media. This chapter will walk you through the changes.
Trial Version Improvements and Import Format Changes
Watch this lesson to learn about improvements in the free trial version of Adobe Premiere Pro-most notably, the inclusion of all encoders and decoders. Now the trial version can import and export the same formats as the full version.
Premiere Pro CS5.5 has added many features that will streamline your audio and speech workflow. This chapter provides a tour of some of the improvements, including synchronizing audio and video tracks, applying audio effects, and attaching and previewing closed-caption data, and speech-to-text analysis.
Audio and Speech Improvements
In this lesson you will learn how to synchronize video and audio tracks and then combine the synchronized tracks into a single merged clip.
You can now associate a script (screenplay) from Adobe Story with an asset in Premiere Pro and then use the script data to improve the accuracy of speech-to-text analysis. In this lesson you will learn how to make edits based on the dialogue in a scene.
Improvements in the Adobe Media Encoder make rendering, encoding, and exporting easier. This lesson shows you how to output to multiple formats from a single source item, import image sequences, and use watch folders.