Join David Basulto as he shows you how to import and capture footage in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.
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Hey everybody, Dave Basulto of filmmakingcentral.com back in wonderful Premiere PRO CS5 the new operated premiere by the wonderful product from Adobe superfast 64- bit technology mercury engine, there are so much to talk about. Today, we are going to talk about getting importing and capturing your footage because we need something to add. So, let us go into another projects so we are going to new video one, which we created last time. So, are going to open up Premier PRO and the simplest way I can tell to import any footage is if you have it in your computer or on portable hard drive or whatever. The way I work is like going to the project panel and I just simply double click, it opens up this dialog box, where I can find various assets that I want to bring in. And then once I have done that, I am going to Canon 5D footage and I am going to select one. Click open and it is going to import the file and there it is up in the area here where I can tell what footage it is, in the viewer, I can preview it. I can take a poster frame of snapshots there and it tells me it is 1920 x 1080 footage.
So this footage is ready to go. From there, I can just drag it into the viewer here, the source viewer, where I can do my editing and we are going overall that in the next video. So also, I can go into file and then import, it will bring up to exact same dialog box and you can import to your footage that way. Also, if you want, let us go back into this view, I just can go in there and grab this whole folder and click the import folder, it would bring the entire folder, so that is how simple it is to find media and put in there. You can also use the media browser to look for your media which is down below here. I am about going to my WD4, I will just drag this over a little bit, CS5 asset, Cannon 5D, here my files once again. So that’s it, very simple to import your footage. Now, let us talk about capture. Capture, you want to go to file and capture or press F5 for the shortcut and now that would up the capture dialog box.
Currently, I have no device on line, but I have a camera hooked up to my computer it say a device on line and real simple, this whole layout here , just so easy to capture this way. You are going to you logging screen here and you are log of course the audio and video. You put in your tape name here, new movie and clip these shots and I am going to say this is awesome, and I click my sense number, my shot I may take what ever I want. All that information, here if I have time codes, I could set in in-point. So let say, my time starts at 2:16 and that is my in and then out code that they gave was 8:21, I can set my in and my out and then I can click log clip and it is going to go into a batch so then, once I have done logging all my clips I can just do a batch capture which I can go down here and type in and out and that is it, it will start capturing for your time codes. Another thing that is really simple here, is can I can do is just capture the entire tape by clicking tape, it will just log and capture the whole entire tape. The cool thing is that, if you remember in the first video I went to preferences and capture and you definitely took off this abort capture on drop frame. You have no problems just capture, boom! It will start bring you the whole tape.
The other thing here is you can manually control your deck which ever the camera is on. Very simple, you can do scene detect as well, if you want to just capture the tape and do scene detect, it will automatically do it for your. Handles here, I like to put five frames. We put the handles on them sometimes 10 frames and what handles are, let us say at 216 was our first in point, is going to 10 frames priors and 10 frames after the in point to give us handles and those will be use later in transition and etc. So in the settings are, we are capturing the HDV, we can edit and change it to DVEW and the wonderful beach ball from the Mac is here. Yes, even though I have a lot of RAM memory and this is the first version Mac we have to have our little beach ball. While we are waiting for that to take care to itself, you can go to capture locations and audio. You can change those or keep the same as project if you have a lot of footage. You might want to find a different drive that is going to store all the footage. And here is your device control and you have options for that as well. Caption Settings dialog box you can choose DV or HDV, very simple. So that is. I can set down here you have your device control which is going to be your camera and does options for that of course. Let us take a look you can choose the camera, so you have Video Standard we are going to NTSC or PAL what kind of camera.
You are all going to have different types JVC, Kyocera, Sharp, Sony, Videonics, if you heard of them. There are different types of camera that you can actually choose. So I went into here and to choice the Canon. I can choice what kind of camera it is, that I am brining in and I can add to detect and that’s it, very, very simple to use the capture video, really simple to import your video. Once you have it in her you are able to just drag it over and now ready to start to Add-In and we are going over that in the next video.
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