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In Part 1 of this series I cover using standard tracks. In this video I cover how to layout multi-track mono splits for 5.1 workflows. I show you how you can layout splits given to you by a mixer and the best way to set up your tracks and audio mixer panel in Premiere Pro CS6 to insure your tracks are output correctly.
Credits: Thanks to John Gumaer for doing the intro sound design.
Borrowing from it’s sister application After Effects, Premiere Pro CS6 has added the hugely powerful concept of Adjustment Layers directly into the editing environment. This new feature is an amazing advancement for tasks such as color correction, but its uses are infinite.
Trimming has seen a total overhaul in Premiere Pro CS6, and with its new features, Premiere’s timeline editing tools are among the best in the industry. The new feature set gives you the power to do almost all of your main editing functions without ever switching tools. Featuring the best of both Avid’s Smart Tools and Final Cut Pro 7’s timeline editing functions Adobe has designed what is truly a powerful and exciting new editing environment.