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Premiere Pro for Experienced Editors

Course Details
Code: PREM-PRO-EE
Tuition (USD): $1,195.00 • Classroom (2 days)

In this intermediate level class, the students will go step-by-step through the entire editing process in Premiere Pro, from file creation all the way through output. Along the way they’ll learn the ins-and-outs of file management, essential and intermediate editing techniques, color correction, audio mixing and repairing, titling and effects, and delivering their video onto tape, the web, and mobile devices. They’ll learn to work within the Adobe ecosystem as well, getting up to speed quickly on time saving tools such as Dynamic Link.

Skills Gained

  • Quickly organize their existing projects, or create new projects to use right away in Premiere Pro
  • Understand how to use Premiere Pro with other Adobe software
  • Edit their footage the way they like
  • Put their skills to work immediately

Who Can Benefit

This class is designed for experienced editors who wish to learn Adobe Premiere Pro.

Prerequisites

**This class is aimed at experienced editors, this is not a class for beginners**

  • •Must have a basic knowledge of editing
  • •Must have a basic understanding of editing terminology
  • Note: The curricula below comprise activities typically covered in a class at this skill level.
  • The instructor may, at his/her discretion, adjust the lesson plan to meet the needs of the class.

Course Details

Chapter 1: Adobe Workflow

  • Meet Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Creative Suite Production Premium
  • Editing Workflow

Chapter 2: Configuring Your Nonlinear Editor

  • Notable Preferences
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • ercury Playback Engine Performance
  • Monitoring and Capture Solutions

Chapter 3: Setting Up a Project

  • The New Project Panel
  • Creating a Sequence
  • Modifying an Existing Project’s Settings
  • Importing Existing Projects

Chapter 4: Importing Media

  • Importing Files into Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Tape-based Workflows
  • Tapeless Workflows
  • Supported File Types
  • Modifying Clips
  • An Introduction to Dynamic Link

Chapter 5: Organizing Media

  • Understanding the Project Panel
  • Searching for Clips
  • Working with Bins
  • Customizing Bin and Clip Views
  • Creating Subclips
  • Get Organized with Metadata
  • Organizing Clips with Content Analysis

Chapter 6: Essential Editing Skills

  • Using the Source Monitor
  • Navigating the Timeline
  • Essential Editing Commands

Chapter 7: Additional Editing Skills

  • Four-point Editing
  • Retiming Clips
  • Replacing Clips
  • Time-saving Editing Techniques

Chapter 8: Timeline Operations

  • Selecting Clips
  • Moving Clips
  • Extracting and Deleting Segments
  • Adding Transitions

Chapter 9: The Power Is in the Trim

  • Basic Trimming
  • Rippling Edits
  • Rolling Edits
  • Slipping Edits
  • Sliding Edits
  • Using the Trim Monitor
  • Making Split Edits
  • Maintaining Sync

Chapter 10: Color Correction and Grading

  • Using Video Scopes
  • Getting to Know Adobe Premiere Pro’s Color and
  • Exposure Effects
  • Primary Color Corrections
  • Secondary Color Corrections
  • Using After Effects and Photoshop to Correct

Chapter 11: Audio Mixing and Repair

  • Setting Up the Interface to Work with Audio
  • Adjusting Audio Levels on a Sequence
  • Using the Audio Mixer
  • Using Audio Effects
  • Working with Adobe Audition

Chapter 12: Essential Effects

  • The Role of Effects
  • Understanding Keyframes
  • Selected Effects

Chapter 13: Creating Titles

  • Video Typography Essentials
  • Using Adobe Premiere Pro’s Titler
  • Advanced Titling with Photoshop
  • Animated Titles with Adobe After Effects

Chapter 14: Quality Control and Archiving

  • Eliminating Mistakes
  • Broadcast Legalization
  • Practical Media Management

Chapter 15: Publish Your Video

  • Exporting a Master Copy
  • Outputting to Tape
  • Meet Adobe Media Encoder
  • Creating Flash Content
  • Creating H.264 Content for Devices and Web Delivery
  • Publishing to DVD and Blu-ray
  • Exporting Additional File Types