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Premiere Quiz 1 - Vocabulary

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a.
Program
n.
Track Forward
b.
Markers
o.
Video Fade
c.
Scrub
p.
Ripple Edit
d.
Project
q.
Toggle
e.
Media Browser
r.
Nest
f.
List View/Icon View
s.
Snap
g.
Info.
t.
Export
h.
Shift/Ctrl Tilde ~
u.
Editable Track
i.
Frame Rate
v.
Mark Out
j.
Slip Tool
w.
Solo Track
k.
Rate Stretch
x.
Workspaces
l.
Pen Tool
y.
Go to Out
m.
Zoom Tool
z.
Timeline Display
 

 1. 

This key maximizes the panel and sets the panel to full screen. Acts as a toggle swicth.
 

 2. 

The file created where the sequence is stored and contains all videos, pictures, effects applied, and music.
 

 3. 

Lists files by specifics like name for example, while Icon View previews the thumbnail of the media file.
 

 4. 

An area where you browse to find media within your network and computer drives.
 

 5. 

A tool used to position the playhead and adjust the timing in a clip.
 

 6. 

Relevant information about your project or asset.
 

 7. 

Software used to open a project and edit film, such as Premiere Pro.
 

 8. 

Allows you to slide across the timeline to view a video sequence or clip.
 

 9. 

Frames per second.
 

 10. 

Used to move the track forward.
 

 11. 

Moving an edit point and causing the rest of the timeline to move the same amount to compensate.
 

 12. 

Tool Increases or decreases the time video clip.
 

 13. 

Adjusting the in and out points of a clip simultaneously by the same amount in the same direction.
 

 14. 

Used to plot points to make free handed media and objects.
 

 15. 

Used to zoom in and out of areas within the Timeline.
 

 16. 

The process of render a sequence  to a final format that can be viewed from multiple platforms and devices.
 

 17. 

Combining a series of short sequences into one master sequence.
 

 18. 

An unlocked track that can be altered.
 

 19. 

A keyboard shortcut through the use of a character key used to control two functions.
 

 20. 

When two media assets are positioned with no frame space between them.
 

 21. 

Order of tracks and sequences created by the user.
 

 22. 

When a marker is placed in the end of a previewed clip.
 

 23. 

Where film is faded towards the end of the clip to transition into the next clip or segment.
 

 24. 

A track that takes priority and is the only one that plays within the timeline.
 

 25. 

Toggle button that takes you to the mark out section of the video clip.
 

 26. 

Areas of panels that control certain dedicated functions when video editing.
 



 
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