I’m Ayana, a Vtuber!
Today, I will explain about the screen layout of Premiere Pro.
①Menu Bar: Various menus can be selected from here.
②Workspace Panel: In the workspace panel, the layout of the panel for each use such as Learning, Assembly, Editing, Color, Effect, Audio, Graphics, Library is prepared in advance, so be sure to use the workspace that suits your purpose . By the way, this is the workspace for editing.
③Source Monitor: The Source Monitor is the place to check the preview of the video material, and in addition to the source, Effect Control and Audio Clip Mixer are also docked here.
④Program Monitor: The Program Monitor can check the video currently being edited on the timeline in real time. If you change the playback image quality and reduce the image quality, the displayed image will be rough, but the load on the computer will be reduced and it will be easier to edit. If you reduce the image quality here, it will not affect the image quality after output.
⑤Project Panel: The Project Panel contains all the materials such as video and audio used for editing and is managed by the Project Panel. In addition to this panel, the effects used when applying effects are also docked.
⑥Tool Panel: In the tool panel, the tools used for editing on the timeline are displayed here. If you hold and press a tool with a small triangle in the lower right corner, the related tool will be displayed and you can select it
⑦Timeline Panel: The Timeline Panel is your main workspace when editing videos. Place materials such as video and audio on the timeline, and cut and adjust the audio along the timeline.
⑧Audio Meter Panel: The Audio Meter Panel shows the sound being edited in a graph, so you can check the volume of the sound. If the graph is around the maximum value, the sound is too loud and needs to be adjusted. On the contrary, if it is around the minimum value, you need to increase it. As a guide, when uploading videos to Youtube etc., I think it is best if the meter is at about 60% or 70%.
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