In this lesson our instructor talks about importing media. He discusses using the media browser, importing video, importing JPEG/Illustrator files, and importing Photoshop files. Then he talks about the media browser and import command.
Anything you want to use in your project must be imported
The Media Browser will allow you to play and also set in and out points before you import a clip
When importing JPEG or Adobe Illustrator files, they can only be imported as a single layer, even if the original file has multiple layers
Photoshop files allow you to keep the layers, or even create a sequence, if you choose, giving much more flexibility to your editing
Use the Media Browser if you want to pre-screen your clips, or if they come off of a media card
Use the Import command if you’ve already screened your clips, and just want to import them in bulk
Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.
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