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  • 1

    You can keep working while the Warp Stabilizer analyzes footage. True or false?

  • 2

    Creating After Effects Comps in Premiere is similar to what other editing process?

  • 3

    One of the more common LUT's has an extension of...

  • 4

    When tracking masks, what parameters can be easily adjusted after the fact?

  • 5

    The correct color of a vignette is black. True or false?

  • 6

    A Pan & Zoom effect might also be referred to as the...

  • 7

    You can copy and paste effect presets from one clip to another. True or false?

  • 8

    The shortcut used to call up a clip from your timeline in the Source Monitor is called...

  • 9

    Making copies of clips that have been added to your timelines, and moving them to a new location is called...

  • 10

    The main difference between an Adjustment Layer and a nested sequence is...

  • 11

    The color of the Media Offline screen is...

  • 12

    The metadata you add to your project to see how many times a clip is used in your project is called:

  • 13

    The easiest way to set up your multi camera edits are with the original clips...

  • 14

    To make an After Effects layer unalterable in Premiere you have to check which box in After Effects?

  • 15

    The key you hold down to shift all your clips down the timeline is...

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