How do I set the transition effects in Adobe Premiere 6.5 on the film track?
Frage von daage: Juni 2005
I bought myself recently, Adobe Premiere 6.5 on Ebay, since I was about to start turning synonymous my own movies, which to cut and edit them. Now I have installed Premiere and had only great Schwirigkeiten find me right. When I finally was able to import a movie file into the program and see where the Übergangseffeckte I wanted to be my first video editing but when I begin to insert a transition effect in the movie window then nothing happens. Am I perhaps the wrong transitions or what I need to know? If the transition effects double-clicks, you can see the preview of the transition effect but I can not get it into the film window. Also, I was somewhat disappointed that the version in English is. Is there perhaps a German update that one can be loaded in Nachinein? Wärend the installation I was asked, yes, which language I want, have nevertheless synonymous German ausgeählt iz all in English. Would be really nice if next to me who could help.
Antwort von Markus:
the question of the language during the installation refers only to the license agreement, where you have to agree. The software itself is available only in the language, which is on the package. Luckily you have bought any Japanese version! ;-)
If the owner has not registered the software, it should be possible for you relatively easy to install an update to the German version of
Antwort von daage:
ok thanks, you know a little English I can. So I'm going to have to find the right with time. But I still do not know how to leverage video draws on the track.
Antwort von Markus:
It will be very difficult to explain in writing the process. Do you see in the timeline, the video tracks 1A and 1B? In between, the track is for the transition effects. As you pull into the desired transition from the Effects window (drag & drop).
Hello, And for advanced, do not want to push around the time clicking around in so many dialog boxes and: CTRL + SHIFT + ALT keys simultaneously, and with a mouse click s.The place where you want the Aperture out. Thus a standard aperture is set (default is) a soft aperture.
Incidentally, a luxury feature that I miss in Appro. This CTRL + SHIFT + ALT-handle had been so impressed that I still do car - but then nothing happens, unfortunately, more :-((( Well, are in favor of pro some other useful keyboard shortcuts added, for example Ctrl + D for a video panel and CTRL + SHIFT + D for a sound aperture. Greeting Wiro