UPLOAD ULTRAKEY PROJECT HERE | Name it LIKE: p2_yourname_ultrakey
Watch the UltraKey Tutorial below and download the Resources for the Project >> Here<<
OCTOBER 9. MEET WITH YOUR FILM CREW, REVIEW THEIR FOOTAGE.HAVE THEM EXPLAIN THEIR
STORY AND WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING TO GET ACROSS TO THEIR AUDIENCE.
MR. WHITE WILL PROVIDE DETAILS.
BEFORE YOU BEGAN. PLEASE UPLOAD BOTH OF YOUR PROJECTS.
PREMIERE PROJECT I and THE QUICKTIME RECORDING OF THE TOOLS PROJECT
EVEN IF YOU ALREADY UPLOADED IT ONCE BEFORE.
NAME THE PROJECTS LIKE THIS:
UPLOAD YOUR PROJECT HERE
PREMIERE - PROJECT 2
A HORROR SHOW - The Script is Below the Video.
FIRST: Watch the tutorialS below with your group.
NEXT: Get the footage from Mr. White
ALSO: YOU CAN GET CREATIVE WITH THIS. TELL THE
STORY HOWEVER YOU PREFER.
LAST: Edit it Up Like the Genius You Are
SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFO
Here is the script for the scene:
INT. WAREHOUSE NIGHT
We see down a dark hallway, and BECKY’s head pops up against the wall on the right side of the frame, she’s panting.
the KILLER enters down the hall, Becky looks and sees him, starts to run.
KILLER follows, axe in hand. When she looks back, he’s on top of her.
Killer swings the axe down on her throat.
INT. BEDROOM MORNING
Overhead shot of Becky, waking from bad dream. She checks her throat, gets out of bed.
INT. KITCHEN MORNING
ALLY, Becky’s roommate is making coffee. Becky enters.
I just had the most terrifying dream.
I was in some warehouse, being
chased by this madman in a yellow
suit, and he grabbed me by the throat.
Here, you need this more than me.
Ally hands her a cup of coffee.
PREMIERE - PROJECT I
FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS AND ASSEMBLE YOUR OWN
VERSION OF THIS TUTORIAL
DOWNLOAD FILES HERE
EXPORTING TO H.264 CHECK OUT THE ANIMATED .GIF BELOW TO SEE HOW TO EXPORT YOUR PROJECT PROPERLY. CLICK THE .GIF TO EXPAND IT. PAY ATTENTION TO
CLICK HERE TO UPLOAD YOUR COMPLETED PREMIERE PROJECT I
TITLE YOUR PROJECT: P2_PREMIERETUT_I
PREMIERE TOOL REVIEW
CHECK OUT THE TOOL DESCRIPTIONS BELOW WALK THROUGH YOUR PREMIERE PROJECT THAT YOU ASSEMBLED IN PREMIERE PROJECT I(^SEE above^)
USE QUICKTIME TO RECORD YOUR EXPLORATION OF THESE TOOLS.
UPLOAD THE FILE TO THE DROPBOX LINK AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TOOLS WALKTHROUGH
Keyboard Shortcut: V
The Selection tool allows you to perform basic selections and edits. You can select specific edit points and perform simple trims. Select multiple clips and move them around within the timeline, from track to track.
Track Select Forward/Backward
Keyboard Shortcut: A (Shift+A)
This tool will let you quickly select all of the clips in a sequence, either forward or backwards. Naturally it won’t select clips in locked tracks. If you hold shift, the tool will select only one track instead of all tracks.
Keyboard Shortcut: B
Ripple Edit is a trim tool, used to trim a clip and ripple the rest of the clips in the timeline, effectively closing the gap between the two edit points. When using the Ripple Edit tool, make sure you select the correct edit points. You also need to be aware of which tracks are locked. You can quickly throw a lot of things out of sync if you incorrectly use the Ripple Edit tool.
Keyboard Shortcut: N
Rolling Edit is another trim tool used for fine-tuning and adjustments. You perform a Rolling Edit by moving an edit point either forward or backwards in the sequence. Rolling Edit moves the Out point of the first clip and the In point of the second.
Keyboard Shortcut: R
The Rate Stretch tool either speeds up or slows down the clip. The In and Out points of the clip remain the same, but the duration and speed of the clip changes according to the amount you “stretch” through the trim. Expanding the Out point of the clip will slow down the rate of speed, while shortening the clip will speed up the duration.
Keyboard Shortcut: C
Using the Razor adds a simple edit point by cutting the clip wherever you use the tool. Holding shift while using the Razor will cut clips across all tracks, as long as they are not locked.
Keyboard Shortcut: Y
The Slip tool slips the clip’s source In and Out point, but doesn’t move it on the timeline. While using the Slip tool, the program monitor shows you the frame before and after the clip, and gives you a live preview of the source In and Out points, with source timecode.
Keyboard Shortcut: U
Sliding a clip moves the clip on the timeline, but keeps the source In and Out points the same. The Slide tool closes all gaps as well. You can slide a clip backwards as far as the previous clip’s In point and as far forward as the following clip’s Out point.
Keyboard Shortcut: P
The Pen tool allows you to add keyframes to a clip. You can keyframe a wide number of attributes, including opacity, scale, position and even volume of an audio clip. Hold the alt key and you can add bezier curves to your keyframes.
Keyboard Shortcut: H
Using the Hand tool, you can navigate forward and backward on the timeline.
Keyboard Shortcut: Z
The Zoom tool allows you to zoom in and out of different areas of the timeline.