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Adobe Premiere Pro Review
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by Jonathan Shaffer
| 20 Questions
Note from the author:
This is a very basic quiz on some of the introductory parts of using Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018. I use this as a check for students taking Introduction to Video Productions.
1
1 pt
Area where you assemble, edit, and modify clips
Sequence Editor
Log Line
Browers
Workspace
2
1 pt
Which below is the most used type of video file format?
.mov
.mp3
.mp4
.mpeg
3
1 pt
Video effect used to remove a single color from a video clips.
Chroma Key
Warp Stabilizer
Spherize
Dust and Scratches
4
1 pt

This image (highly zoomed in) provides what functionality?
Snaps clips in to place
Attracts metal
Pulls clip to the front of the sequence
Locks clips in to place
5
1 pt

Items like V1, V2, and A3 are known as
Lines
Editors
Tracks
Playlists
6
1 pt
Assembly, Editing, Color, Effects, and Audio are all types of...
Workspaces
Windows
Areas
Panels
7
1 pt
Speed, Time, Effects, Position, and all clip parameters are found in...
Effect Controls
Assembly
Video Effects
Lumetri Scopes
8
1 pt
A group of edited clips with effects, transitions, and titles.
Assembly
Sequence
Group
Library
9
3 pts
Choose all that Apply: A keyframe is used to
Modify and change size and position of a clip during playback
Add titles to a clip
Move objects around a scene at different times
Modify and change the scale of a clip during playback
10
1 pt

This option allows users to
Jump from one keyframe to the next
Zoom in to a clip
Change the position of the playhead
Navigate between In and Out Points.
11
1 pt

The "M" stands for:
Minor - track contains audio that is lower quality
Mute - removes the audio of during playboard
Music - track contains music only
Master - audio contains the highest quality
12
1 pt

The "S" stands for:
Sample - plays a lower bit-rate audio for preview purposes
Sequence - Makes audio default track for sequence
Solo - plays only audio from selected track
Strong - Plays audio in this track louder than the rest
13
2 pts
Choose 2: Which are the two ways we discussed in starting a new sequence?
Drop a clip into the sequence editor
Double clicking on a video or audio clip in the list of project files
File → New → Sequence
Importing a new clip will automatically start a new sequence
14
1 pt

This icon indicates the project file is a
Title
Audio Only
Video Only Clip
Sequence
15
1 pt


This icon indicates the project file is a
Sequence
Video and Audio Clip
Title
Audio Only
16
1 pt


This icon indicates the project file is a
Sequence
Video Only Clip
Audio Only Clip
Title
17
1 pt


This icon indicates the project file is a
Sequence
Title
Timeline File
Video Only Clip
18
1 pt
In and Out Points indicate
the piece of the whole clip you want to add into your sequence
where a video or audio transition begins and ends
where your exported file is saved
the duration of a voice-over
19
1 pt
When exporting your video, how do you change the name and save location of the file?
In the sequence settings
Clicking on the blue text to bring up a save window
You can't. It's saves the file automaticaly. You can't only change the file name and location after export.
In the project window view.
20
1 pt
To adjust, edit, or remove an audio or video clip independently from its ajoining audio or video portion, which option should you choose?
Unlink
Remove
Disable
Delete
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