Publisher: Adobe Press, 2nd edition Sep 26, 2001
As its name implies, this is an easy-to-follow software guide.
This book provides 12 lessons covering the basics of Adobe Premiere for digital video and film editing. Each lesson takes readers step-by-step through a project, guiding you through most of the main features of Premiere and get familiar with them. The accompanying CD-ROM contains files needed to complete the lessons.
It's mainly for beginners of Premiere. If you want to get into the nitty gritty and advanced features, you will not find all your answers. Still the book is well worth its money and will get you off to a flying start.
Although it was written by Adobe Creative Team, it doesn't really touch the creative aspect of video editing. Like many other software manuals or how-to books, this book goes through step-by-step instructions on how to perform a given task, but each step seems to include only instructions and seldom an explanation on why you are doing what you are doing.
Anyway, if you just bought a copy of Premiere and don't like reading the "help" file, like most people, this book is the best place to start.
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