Step 1: Opening premiere
I first opened up premier and I set up where I wanted to save my video and what presets I needed which match the camera settings.
Step 2: importing
I Imported all the selected clips and audio clips into premiere.
Step 3: Adding clips to Timeline
I then ordered all the clips and audio clips on to the timeline. After doing that I tweaked them, such as cutting them down, so that it flowed smoothly.
Step 4: Adding text
To add in text I opened the title window and created a title or a sentence to put in the film.
I then added key frames which make the title fade in and out
Step 5: Adding graphics
To make the CCTV clip I simply put a few shapes together and created a graphic design which can be seen in real CCTV cameras. To do this I clicked on the title window and selected the square to draw a boarder, then I added a red dot to show that its recording and for the clock I just clicked on timecode and placed it where I wanted it.
Step 6: Colour correction
I used the colour correction tools in premiere to get more of a film look and to make some the shots look better by lowering the exposure and light levels.
Step 7: Exporting
This Is the last step. I exported my video so it can be viewed as if you were to watching it normally and its the final edited video.