Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro

Self-Paced - $495

In this self-paced course, you’ll get a thorough overview of the interface, tools, features, and production flow for Premiere Pro. The course will introduce you to Adobe Premiere Pro software, a revolutionary 64-bit nonlinear video-editing application. You will learn powerful real-time video and audio editing tools that give you precise control over virtually every aspect of your production.

Who Should Attend?

Anyone who'd like to learn Adobe Premiere Pro.


Prerequisites:

  • Practical working knowledge of Mac OS X or Windows
  • Basic knowledge of editing terminology is highly recommended
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Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction to Premiere Pro - Self Paced

  • 2

    Lesson 1: Touring Adobe Premiere Pro

    • Expanding the Workflow

    • Performing Nonlinear Editing in Premiere

    • Touring the Premiere Pro Interface

    • Creating Keyboard Shortcuts

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 3

    Lesson 2: Setting Up a Project

    • Creating a New Project

    • Setting Up a Sequence

    • Changing Project Settings

  • 4

    Lesson 3: Importing Media

    • Importing Media Files

    • Working with Ingest Settings and Proxies

    • Using the Media Browser Panel

    • Importing Still Images

    • Customizing the Media Cache

    • Recording a Voice Over

    • Resetting the Premiere Preferences File

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 5

    Lesson 4: Organizing Media

    • Using the Project Panel

    • Creating and Working with Bins

    • Reviewing Footage with the Source Monitor

    • Freeform View

    • Modifying Clips

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 6

    Lesson 5: Mastering the Essentials of Video Editing

    • Using the Source Monitor

    • Navigating the Timeline Panel

    • Using Essential Editing Commands

    • Performing Storyboad Editing

    • Using the Program Monitor Editing Mode

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 7

    Lesson 6: Working with Clips and Markers

    • Using the Program Monitor Controls

    • Setting Playback Resolution

    • Playing Back VR Video

    • Using Markers

    • Using Sync Lock and Track Lock

    • Finding Gaps and Closing Sequence Gaps

    • Selecting Clips

    • Moving Clips

    • Extracting and Deleting Segments

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 8

    Lesson 7: Adding Transitions

    • Transition Basics

    • Adding Video Transitions

    • Setting the Default Transition

    • Using the Effects Control Panel forTransistion Adjustments

    • Applying a Transition to Multiple Edit Points

    • Audio Transitions

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 9

    Lesson 8: Performing Advanced Editing Techniques

    • Performing Three and Four Point Edits

    • Using Roll Slip and Slide Edits

    • Changing Clip Playback Speed

    • Using Time Remapping

    • Replacing Clips and Media

    • Using the Program Monitor Editing Mode

    • Using Scene Edit Detection

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 10

    Lesson 9: Adding Video Effects

    • Working with Visual Effects

    • Applying Source Clip Effects

    • Masking and Tracking Visual Effects

    • Keyframing Effects

    • Using Effects Presets

    • Using the Render and Replace Command

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 11

    Lesson 10: Color Correction and Grading

    • Working with Lumetri Color

    • Primary Color Correction

    • Seconday Color Correction

    • Shot Matching

    • Working with Lumetri Scopes

    • Creating and Exportings LUTs

    • Working with Blending Modes to Fix Footage

    • Using Other Color Correction Effects

  • 12

    Lesson 11: Compositing Techniques

    • Using and Creating Multiple Video Tracks

    • Using Ultra Key with Greenscreen Footage

    • Using Opacity and Blending Modes

    • Applying the Track Matte Key

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 13

    Lesson 12: Creating Captions and Titles

    • Using the Essential Graphics Panel

    • Creating Text and Text Styles

    • Working with Shapes

    • Placing Graphics and Video

    • Creating Automatic Rolls and Crawls

    • Using Keyframing with the Essential Graphics Panel

    • Creating Responsive Titles

    • Saving Motion Graphics Templates

    • Using Speech to Text to Create Captions

    • Creating and Exporting Captions

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 14

    Lesson 13: Exporting

    • Understanding Export Opions-

    • Exporting Frames_1

    • Using Quick Export

    • Exporting with the Adobe Media Encoder

    • Adjusting Export Settings in the Adobe Media Encoder

    • Creating a Master Archive File

    • HDR Export

    • Using Multiple Output Presets

    • Supplemental Materials

  • 15

    Lesson 14: Mixing & Editing Audio

    • Performing Trim In Trim Out and Ripple Edits

    • Supplemental Material

  • 16

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Instructor(s)

Karl Hill

Karl is an experienced Adobe Certified Trainer, technical writer, publisher, and consultant with Adobe Systems. He is an author and developer for Adobe After Effects, Premiere, and Illustrator ACE exams. Throughout his extensive career, he has provided training for a variety of clients including corporate, small business and individuals. Karl is certified to teach a long list of Adobe applications, including: Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat, Captivate, After Effects, Audition, Premiere Pro, and more. Karl was also an Apple Consultant Network expert for 3 Years, specializing in Apple Final Cut Pro non-linear video editing, and he is a professional musician featured on recordings and live radio and TV performances with Ginger Baker.