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USING ADOBE PREMIERE PRO

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Managing assets

You can also view clip properties in the Source Monitor, Timeline panel, or Project panel by right-clicking (Windows) or Control-clicking (Mac OS) a clip and choosing Properties.

Change the frame rate of a clip

You can use the Interpret Footage command to change the frame rate that Premiere Pro assumes for a clip. When changing the frame rate of a clip, audio is changed, in addition to the video. Changing the frame rate changes the original duration proportionally. For example, if you set a 10-second, 24-fps clip to 48 fps, it becomes half as long, with a new duration of 5 seconds. Clip frame rate is reconciled with the sequence frame rate. For example, if you change a 24-fps clip in a 24-fps sequence to 48 fps, the sequence displays only every other frame of the clip.

You can also change clip speed and duration by choosing the Clip > Speed/Duration command for a clip selected in a Timeline panel. However, such a change affects only that clip instance in a Timeline panel. Using the Interpret Footage command changes how a file is interpreted throughout a project.

1In the Project panel, right-click the desired clip.

2Select Modify > Interpret Footage, and do one of the following:

Select Use Frame Rate From File,

Select Assume This Frame Rate, and type the number of frames per second.

3 Click OK.

More Help topics

Create a custom sequence preset” on page 147

Managing metadata

About the Metadata panel and XMP

To streamline your workflow and organize your files, use XMP metadata. Metadata is a set of descriptive information about a file. Video and audio files automatically include basic metadata properties, such as date, duration, and file type. You can add details with properties such as location, director, copyright, and much more.

With the Metadata panel, you can share this information about assets throughout Adobe video and audio applications. Unlike conventional clip properties, which are limited to only one application’s Project or Files panel, metadata properties are embedded in source files, so the data automatically appears in other applications. This sharing of metadata lets you quickly track and manage video assets as they move through your production workflow.

Note: Properties in the Metadata panel also appear in Adobe Bridge, providing additional details that help you quickly browse assets.

For a video about the Metadata panel, see the Adobe website.

Maxim Jago explains XMP metadata in a video from, “Premiere Pro CS5 for Avid Editors.”

Last updated 1/16/2012

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