Adobe Premiere Standard is a software program from Adobe Systems Incorporated that provides the user with a set of tools and applications for video editing. The software may come pre-installed on some models of Sony VAIO laptops.
The program allows the user to edit a single video clip or multiple video clips per project. This means that the user can create an entire movie out of several movie clips “sewn” together. The user interface consists of five areas: the Project Window, the Timeline Window, Monitor Window, Information and History.
Users can add clips onto the workspace through drag and drop mode. Editing is done on the Storyboard Window. Breaks are automatically added between clips, and the length of the breaks can be figured by the user; anywhere from 5 seconds to 15 seconds or other break length preferred by the user.
There are over seventy transition effects provided by the software, from strive slide to random blocks. The original visual may also be retained by the user. Real-Time Preview is also provided, enabling the user to view the progression of the project.
Our users primarily use Adobe Premiere Standard to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files Adobe Premiere Standard can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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