Adobe Premiere Pro

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3 days - $1,895

There are good reasons Adobe Premiere Pro is such a popular post-production video editing software application. It excels for a wide variety of uses; tapeless and DSLR footage; cross-platforms, open workflows for easy collaboration, powerful metadata features for greater editing and production efficiency, plus real-time 3D editing and Virtual Reality. This three-day course is ideal for beginners, as well as Final Cut Pro and Avid editors – or for anyone who is involved in a content creation environment.
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This three-day course is ideal for beginners, as well as Final Cut Pro and Avid editors – or for anyone who is involved in a content creation environment.

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  • Course Outline
  • Objectives
  • Adobe Premiere Interface

    • Performing nonlinear editing in Premiere Pro
    • Looking at the standard digital video workflow
    • Enhancing the workflow with Premiere Pro
    • Expanding the workflow
    • Incorporating other components into the editing workflow
    • Adobe Creative Cloud video workflow
    • Touring the Premiere Pro workspace
    • Looking at the workspace layout
    • Customizing the workspace
    • Introducing preferences
    • Keyboard shortcuts
    • Moving, backing up, and syncing user settings

    Setting up a Project

    • Setting up a project
    • Setting up a sequence

    Importing Media

    • Importing assets
    • Working with ingest options and proxy media
    • Working with the Media Browser
    • Importing images
    • Using Adobe Stock
    • Customizing the media cache
    • Recording a voice-over

    Organizing Media

    • The Project panel
    • Working with bins
    • Monitoring footage
    • Modifying clips

    Mastering the Essentials of Video Editing

    • Using the Source Monitor
    • Navigating the Timeline
    • Essential editing commands

    Working with Clips and Markers

    • Using Program Monitor controls
    • Setting the playback resolution
    • Playing back VR video
    • Using markers
    • Using Sync Lock and Track Lock
    • Finding gaps in the Timeline
    • Selecting clips
    • Moving clips
    • Extracting and deleting segments

    Adding Transitions

    • Understanding transitions
    • Edit points and handles
    • Adding video transitions
    • Using A/B mode to fine-tune a transition
    • Adding audio transitions

    Performing Advanced Editing Techniques

    • Performing three or four-point editing
    • Changing playback speed
    • Replacing clips and footage
    • Nesting sequences
    • Performing regular trimming
    • Performing advanced trimming
    • Trimming in the Program Monitor

    Putting Clips in Motion

    • Adjusting the Motion Effect
    • Changing clip position, size, and rotation
    • Working with keyframe interpolation
    • Using other motion-related effects

    Multi-camera Editing

    • Following the multi-camera process
    • Creating a multi-camera sequence
    • Switching multiple cameras
    • Finalizing multi-camera editing

    Editing and Mixing Audio

    • Setting up the interface to work with audio
    • Examining audio characteristics
    • Creating a voice-over scratch track
    • Adjusting audio volume
    • Normalizing audio
    • Creating a split edit
    • Adjusting audio levels for a clip

    Sweetening Sound

    • Sweetening sound with audio effects
    • Adjusting EQ
    • Cleaning up noisy audio
    • Fading Audio with Essential Sounds

    Adding Video Effects

    • Working with effects
    • Master clip effects
    • Masking and tracking visual effects
    • Keyframing effects
    • Effect presets
    • Frequently used effects

    Improving Clips with Color Correction and Grading

    • Following a color-oriented workflow
    • An overview of color-oriented effects
    • Fixing exposure problems
    • Fixing color balance
    • Using special color effects
    • Creating a look

    Exploring Compositing Techniques

    • Understanding an alpha channel
    • Making compositing part of your projects
    • Working with the Opacity Effect
    • Working with alpha-channel transparencies
    • Color keying a green screen shot
    • Using mattes

    Creating Titles

    • An overview of Shapes & Type
    • Loading in Graphics
    • Using the Essentials Graphic Panel
    • Browsing Templates
    • Saving Templates
    • Mastering video typography essentials
    • Creating titles
    • Stylizing text
    • Making text roll and crawl
    • Introducing captions

    Managing Your Projects

    • Using the File menu
    • Using the Project Manager
    • Performing the final project management steps
    • Importing projects or sequences
    • Managing collaboration
    • Using the Libraries panel
    • Managing your hard drives

    Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences

    • Overview of export options
    • Exporting single frames
    • Exporting a master copy
    • Working with Adobe Media Encoder
    • Uploading to social media
    • Exchanging with other editing applications
    • Adobe Premiere Interface
    • Setting up a Project
    • Importing Media
    • Organizing Media
    • Mastering the Essentials of Video Editing
    • Working with Clips and Markers
    • Adding Transitions
    • Performing Advanced Editing Techniques
    • Putting Clips in Motion
    • Multi-camera Editing
    • Editing and Mixing Audio
    • Sweetening Sound
    • Adding Video Effects
    • Improving Clips with Color Correction and Grading
    • Exploring Compositing Techniques
    • Creating Titles
    • Managing Your Projects
    • Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences