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Nicholas Bierzonski
Old FCP Editor new to Premiere
on Mar 6, 2012 at 1:56:46 pm

Hi everyone!

I've edited for years professionally on a MAC, and on FCP.
I am building a new edit suite (Mac Hardware/Adobe Production Premium software) and I wanted to know if I would be able to record Narrations or voice overs by running my mic through a mixer and then into Blackmagic Intensity, and finally into Premiere.

Does this workflow work or do I need to buy an M-Audio box. I'd prefer to have no audio latency during the recording if possible.

Thanks!

-Nick Bierzonski
Video Editor/DVD Author/Media Problem Solver


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Nicholas Bierzonski
Premiere Pro Book Recommendations?
on Mar 6, 2012 at 2:07:41 pm

Also does anyone have Premiere Pro book recommendations for someone switching from Final Cut Pro?

-Nick Bierzonski
Video Editor/DVD Author/Media Problem Solver


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Tom Prigge
Re: Premiere Pro Book Recommendations?
on Mar 6, 2012 at 10:35:11 pm

The two programs are so similar you should pick up Premiere pretty easily. I got Rick Harrington's book, Premiere Pro for Editors (I think that's the title). It assumes you already know how to edit--not for beginners. But great for those making the transition IMHO.


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Nicholas Bierzonski
Re: Premiere Pro Book Recommendations?
on Mar 7, 2012 at 2:56:57 pm

Thanks for the recommendation! I'll check him out! I've heard good things from other websites about that book.

-Nick Bierzonski
-Producer/Editor/DVD Author/Media Problem Solver


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Todd Kopriva
Re: Premiere Pro Book Recommendations?
on Mar 11, 2012 at 1:49:53 am

These resources should help you to get started with Premiere Pro if you know FCP: http://adobe.ly/cx384G

That page includes a link to some free chapters from the aforementioned Editor's Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro, which I think is a great resource. (But I'm biased, since I edited the book.)

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Nicholas Bierzonski
Re: Premiere Pro Book Recommendations?
on Mar 11, 2012 at 2:13:35 am

Thanks! I will definitely check it out!

-Nick Bierzonski
Producer/Editor/DVD Author/Media Problem Solver


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