Adobe Premiere Pro is a time-lined based video editing software created in 2003 as the successor of Adobe Premiere. Premiere Pro is geared towards professional vide editing and its compliment Premiere Rush is aimed at social media content.
Resources at FSU Libraries
For further assistance is needed, you can contact the Digital Resource Center at FSU Libraries for help:
Digital Literarcy and Modern Languages Librarian
1 Create a project
2 Layout overview
3 Import media
Each sequence or individual video timeline has a specific image size and number of frames per second, or frame rate. You can create as many sequences as you like in a project, but you will usually work with just one master sequence to create your video.
Physical and online resources provided through FSU Libraries
LinkedIn Learning can be accessed for free through your my.fsu.edu account
Video tutorials on Premiere Pro by Adobe from beginners to those with more experience
YouTube video by Kriscoart who goes over the top 10 most useful tools and shortcuts in Premiere Pro
This is a great option if you prefer learning by reading as Berkeley familiarizes you with the Premiere Pro layout and beginning steps as well as the tools needed to help create your first video