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Adobe Premiere Pro 101

Adobe Premiere Pro 101


Manhattan Edit Workshop
119 W 23rd St
Ste 700
New York, NY 10011
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Friday, June 21, 2019 - 6:00am


Craft your story efficiently with Adobe Premiere Pro software, the high-performance video production solution that enables you to work dramatically faster thanks to the native 64-bit, GPU-accelerated Adobe Mercury Playback Engine. Edit natively with the video formats you want. Save time by batch encoding source content to a wide variety of video formats for web, disc, broadcast, film, device, and mobile delivery. Easily exchange projects with Final Cut Pro and Avid software, and enjoy efficient, collaborative workflows that accelerate production from scriptwriting to editing, encoding, and final delivery. Our three-day course will provide you with the core skills you need to make the most of this extremely powerful application. Each student gets their own workstation. Adobe Premiere Pro 101 An Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro Course Outline (3 Days) Touring Adobe Premiere Pro CC Nonlinear Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro Expanding the Workflow Touring the Adobe Premiere Pro Interface Setting Up a Project Setting Up a Project Setting Up a Sequence Importing Media Importing Assets Working with the Media Browser Importing Images The Media Cache Capturing from Videotape Organizing Media The Project Panel Working with Bins Organizing Media with Content Analysis Monitoring Footage Modifying Clips Essentials of Video Editing Using the Source Monitor Navigating the Timeline Essential Editing Commands Working with Clips and Markers Program Monitor Controls Controlling Resolution Using Markers Using Sync Lock and Track Lock Finding Gaps in the Timeline Moving Clips Extracting and Deleting Segments Adding Transitions What are Transitions? Edit Points and Handles Adding Video Transitions Using A/B Mode to Fine-Tune a Transition Adding Audio Transitions Advanced Editing Techniques Four-point editing Retiming clips Replacing clips and footage Nesting sequences Regular trimming Advanced trimming Trimming in the Program Monitor panel 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 The multi-camera process Creating a multi-camera sequence Switching multiple cameras Finalizing multi-camera editing Additional multi-camera editing tips Editing and Mixing Audio Setting up the interface to work with audio Examining audio characteristics Adjusting audio volume Adjusting audio gain Normalizing audio Creating a split edit Adjusting audio levels in a sequence Working with the Audio Mixer Sweetening Sound Sweetening sound with audio effects Adjusting EQ Applying effects in the Audio Mixer Cleaning up noisy audio Adding Video Effects Working with effects Keyframing effects Effects presets Frequently used effects Color Correction and Grading Color-oriented workflow An overview of color-oriented effects Fixing exposure problems Fixing color balance Specials color effects Creating a look Exploring Compositing Techniques What is an alpha channel? Using compositing in your projects Working with the Opacity effect Working with alpha-channel transparencies Color keying a greenscreen shot Using mattes Creating Titles An overview of the Titler window Video typography essentials Creating titles Stylizing text Working with shapes and logos Making text roll and crawl Managing Your Projects The File menu Using the Project Manager Final project managment steps Importing projects or sequences Managing collaboration 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 Exchanging with other editing applications Recording to tape

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