Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro is a timeline-based video editing software application. It is part of the Adobe Creative Cloud, which includes video editing, graphic design, and web development programs.
Premiere Pro is used by broadcasters such as the BBC and CNN. It has been used to edit feature films, such as Gone Girl, Captain Abu Raed, and Monsters, and other venues such as Madonna's Confessions Tour.
Premiere Pro is the redesigned successor to Adobe Premiere, and was launched in 2003. Premiere Pro refers to versions released in 2003 and later, whereas Premiere refers to the earlier releases. Premiere was one of the first computer-based NLEs (non-linear editing system), with its first release on Mac in 1991. Up until version Premiere Pro 2.0 (CS2), the software packaging featured a galloping horse, in a nod to Eadweard Muybridge's work, "Sallie Gardner at a Gallop".
Editing in Premiere Pro in eight steps
Setting up a project and a sequence
Importing and organizing media
Marking and selecting the best takes from clips
Performing insert, overwrite, and replace edits
Trimming, splitting, moving, and deleting clips
Performing intermediate editing and trimming techniques
Customizing your workspace and using creative tools
A brief look at Creative Suite integration
Making audio level adjustments and mixing audio
Applying transitions, effects, and filters
Changing clip speed
Color correction techniques
Creating titles, credit rolls, and lower thirds
Multicam editing techniques
Exporting your final project