Course Overview

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 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.

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 Sequence

Setting up the Timeline

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

Project Panel

Working with Bins

Monitoring Footage

Modifying Clips

Using the Source Monitor

Navigating the Timeline

Essential Editing Commands

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

Understanding Transitions

Edit points and Handles

Adding Video Transitions

Using A/B mode to Fine-tune a Transition

Adding Audio Transitions

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

Adjusting the Motion Effect

Changing Clip Position, Size, and Rotation

Working with Keyframe Interpolation

Using other Motion-related Effects

Following the Multi-camera Process

Creating a Multi-camera Sequence

Switching Multiple Cameras

Finalizing Multi-camera Editing

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 with Audio Effects

Adjusting EQ

Cleaning up Noisy Audio

Fading Audio with Essential Sounds

Working with Effects

Master Clip Effects

Masking and Tracking Visual Effects

Keyframing Effects

Effect Presets

Frequently Used Effects

Following a Color-oriented Workflow

An overview of Color-oriented Effects

Fixing Exposure Problems

Fixing Color Balance

Using Special Color Effects

Creating a Look

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

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

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

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

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