01 Premiere Pro EN

Hello everyone!

I’m Ayana, a Vtuber!

Today, I will explain how to import video/audio/images and create sequences


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Premiere Pro Import Media

Double-click ①”Import media to start” in the Project panel

Premiere Pro “Import” dialog is displayed

When the “Load” dialog is displayed, ②Select the material (video, image, audio) to edit and click ③”Open”

Premiere Pro Show Project Panel

The material is displayed in the “Project panel”!

Organize Imported Media in Folders

Create a bin

Next, let’s organize these materials into folders by “image”, “video”, and “audio”.

④ Click the “New Bin” button to add a new folder.

⑤You can change the name here. I named it “image” here.

Premiere Pro Move material into bin

Drag and drop the image material to the “Image” folder to move the material into the folder.

Premiere Pro Move material into bin

In the same way, create a “Video” folder and drag and drop the video material. Do the same with audio material.

Premiere Pro The materials have been organized

The material is now imported!

Create Sequences

Next, we will create a “sequence”!

A “sequence” is like a box that turns each piece of material into a single movie.

Premiere Pro Open video folder

①Double-click the “Video” folder to open it.

Premiere Pro Place video on timeline

②Drag and drop the video material from the “Project panel” to the “Timeline panel”.

Premiere Pro Clips placed on the timeline

③Then the video is placed on the timeline!

Premiere Pro Sequence is created

④ A new object like this is created automatically in the Project panel. This is called the “sequence”.

The name of the “sequence” is the same as the file name of the video that has been added to the timeline, so be careful not to confuse the two.

⑤ The mark at the bottom right of the thumbnail will be the mark of the sequence.

Premiere Pro Change the name of Sequence

⑥Change the sequence name so that it is easy to understand and more clear.

You have created a sequence!


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