How to use Adobe Premiere Pro @AdobePremiere #WebToolsWiki

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Screen Shot 2014-07-23 at 3.54.02 PM Adobe Premiere Pro is a video editing software app that is timeline based. It’s part of the Adobe Creative Cloud which has other graphic design, video editing and web development programs.  CNN and BBC have been known to use Adobe Premiere Pro Whether you are new to video editing and creating or have been doing it for all of your life, Adobe Premiere Pro is something that needs to be in your toolkit.  If you are ready to get creative and make movies, then you are ready for Adobe Premiere. Not creative? Yes you are–you just don’t know it yet. Adobe Premiere is super easy that it seems like it’s doing the work and you are just there observing. You have automated options, tons of special effects, and tons of tools that will turn your 3 second video clips to videos worthy of being broadcast on CNN

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