In this lesson our instructor talks about projects and sequences. First, he discusses what are projects and sequences. Then he talks about setting up a project, video display format, audio display format, capture format, location, and scratch disks setting. Then he talks about setting up a sequence, sequence presets, frame size, and saving a custom sequence preset.
The Project is the overall file that hold references to every other file you use in your video
It can hold hundreds of sequences, clips, transitions and effects
Make sure you set your Master Track properly because it is one of the only things that can’t be changed once the sequence is created
You can ease up the processor use on slower machines by lowering the Video Rendering and Playback setting
Using a separate, empty Hard Drive for your scratch disks will speed up your editing
Your project can have multiple sequences, and can even nest one sequence inside another
Saving your Sequence Presets allows you to have a consistent set of outputs without too much hassle
Projects & Sequences
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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