Learning can be fun and frustrating! I love to challenge myself by exploring new things. My latest has been learning the ins and outs of Adobe Premiere, the video companion to Adobe Photoshop Elements. I decided if I were going to be serious about my new venture as a ©Stampin’ Up! demonstrator I would try my hand at videotaping my craft. It’s amazing how so many YouTubers out there make this look like such an easy process; but, it’s a learning curve that can be quite frustrating.
It took me a total of 3 days of trial and error to produce my first YouTube video. Why? Because I wanted to use what I had on hand and not use my phone. I have owned Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 and it’s companion Adobe Premiere for years. I enjoy using Adobe Photoshop Elements for most of my photo editing. I hadn’t had a project that made me want to use the Adobe Premiere until now. So what do I do? I learn, my friends. I went into the depths of a program I knew little about and just did it. But, it was not easy. It was a far cry from easy. For someone who loves trying new things, this had to be one of the most frustrating projects I challenged myself to in a very long time.
It took 3 days; 3 LOOOOONG days of trial and error with lots of errors! I managed to get my first video completed and uploaded to YouTube. Ahhhhh. Well, sort of. Ha! As I viewed it on my phone I noticed all kinds of hiccups. Especially the audio. It wasn’t bad; but, it wasn’t crisp like other YouTube videos I follow. If you are curious, you can take a look at my very first YouTube video .
I’m still working on learning how to manipulate the audio during the editing process in Adobe Premiere. I don’t have the PRO version, so I may be limited to what I can do. If you have any suggestions on how I can improve my audio, please leave me a comment.
These are the cards I made as I filmed my video.
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