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    Adobe Premier Pro Tutorial on the phone or in San Francisco

    Does anyone know an Adobe Premier Pro expert in San Francisco who would be willing to do a quick tutorial for us?

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    There are tons of tutorials sites available, many are free.
    If you want to spend $25 you can watch some great tutorials ( all you can watch for 30 days) at http://lynda.com

    My site has many Premiere Elements tutorials, some are free. Premiere Elements and Premiere Pro are very similar, especially the basics. Keyframing is the #1 thing to concentrate on, everything works around keyframing There are many Premiere Pro users at
    http://muvipix.com/phpBB3/ they are always happy to answer questions.
    2 x Dual Core Xeon 3.0, Premiere Elements 1 - 7, Premiere Pro CS3, After Effects CS3, Soundbooth, Heroglyph, Vitascene, EncoreDVD http://muvipix.com

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    One other observation, Adobe Software Headquarters is in San Jose, I'm sure there are some experts in your area
    2 x Dual Core Xeon 3.0, Premiere Elements 1 - 7, Premiere Pro CS3, After Effects CS3, Soundbooth, Heroglyph, Vitascene, EncoreDVD http://muvipix.com

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    Thanks so much for your help. We've found lots of interesting and useful general tutorials but need a couple of issues solved and then we'll be on our way.

    I think our questions are pretty simple. What do you think? The questions are: (1) The audio isn't playing even though it imported; (2) how do we create individual clips from a longer tape; and (3) What is the best way to download the videos we create to youtube?

    All the best.

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    These answers are Premiere Elements solutions but should apply to Premiere Pro as well.

    1) The audio is probably not set up correctly. Go to the main menu Edit/Preferences and check the audio settings. Make sure it is using the correct audio IO. There are other settings as well that have to do with audio playback. Checking the preferences and project settings should lead to a solution.

    2) Place the Work Area Bar over the section of the timeline you want to export as an individual clip, select the export format and then under the settings you can choose to 'Export Work Area Only'.
    You can also set in and out points for a clip in the clip monitor and create sub clips, these sub clips can then be exported as individual files.

    3) The Adobe Media Encoder will export whatever file type you like, FLV or H.264 are probably the best for YouTube. Then you will need to go to the YouTube site and upload the file. Premiere Elements has a preset YouTube upload that will do it automatically, Premiere Pro does not (at least not version CS3).

    If there are other questions we have many Premiere Pro users at muvipix, stop by anytime
    2 x Dual Core Xeon 3.0, Premiere Elements 1 - 7, Premiere Pro CS3, After Effects CS3, Soundbooth, Heroglyph, Vitascene, EncoreDVD http://muvipix.com

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    Thanks so much for your detailed reply. We'll try this and definitely will visit your site for further assistance.

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