I’m Ayana, a Vtuber!
Today, I will explain about starting Premiere Pro and creating a new project.
Launch Adobe Premiere Pro
①First, click the Window’s logo at the bottom left.
②Select Adobe Premiere Pro from the list of displayed applications
When Premiere Pro starts and the home screen is displayed, click “New Project”
Specifying the project name and setting the renderer
①Choose a name for your new project
②Click the Browse button and select a location to save your project
③Select the General tab
④This is recommended because the renderer has faster GPU processing speed than software processing, but some computers may generate an error during rendering, so in that case, select software processing.
Video format settings
Select the time display method of the video data to be used from the video display formats. Select timecode unless otherwise specified
Audio display format settings
Select the audio data time display method from the audio display formats. Select audio samples unless otherwise specified
Setting the capture format
Select DV as the capture format when importing and editing video from a DV format camera, and select HDV when importing and editing video from an HDV format camera.
If you check “Display project item name and label color for all instances”, the clip color will be inherited across the sequence.
Then click the “Scratch Disks” tab.
This does not need to be changed unless otherwise specified.
You don’t need to change the ingest settings either, but you can make detailed settings for how the material will behave when it is loaded into the project.
①Click the “Ingest Settings” tab
②If you check the injection and select “Create Proxies”, the image size will be automatically reduced and saved in the specified location, so you may be able to work without putting too much strain on the computer.
③ Click the OK button when all settings are completed.
You have successfully created a new project!
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