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Adobe Premiere Pro 201

Adobe Premiere Pro 201


Manhattan Edit Workshop
119 W 23rd St
Ste 700
New York, NY 10011
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Thursday, May 9, 2019 - 6:00am


In this two-day course, you'll get a thorough overview of the interface, tools, features, and production flow for using premiere pro. The course is an ideal combination of instructor-led demonstration and hands-on practice for getting to know this revolutionary nonlinear video editing application. You will perform basic editing functions while familiarizing yourself with the user interface, and you will learn to use premiere pro's powerful real-time video and audio editing tools to give you precise control over virtually every aspect of your production. Adobe premiere pro software is a revolutionary nonlinear video editing application. Premiere pro has been used in major motion pictures in Hollywood and everywhere around the world. Take your editing skills and techniques further by attending this advanced class. Prerequisites: Completion of the Adobe Premiere Pro 101 workshop or equivalent experience. Note: Each student has their own workstation. Adobe Premiere Pro 201 Advanced Study of Premiere Pro Course Outline (2 Days) Working in Adobe Creative Cloud The "planning to playback" video-production workflow Overview of Creative Cloud Learning the role of each component Working with media files in video production Real-time playback and editing Organizing the Media Files for Your Project About Adobe Bridge Working with metadata About Adobe Story Planning and managing your production with Adobe Story About Prelude Ingesting media and working with metadata in Prelude Metadata in Premiere Pro About the Metadata panel and XMP Using clip metadata and file metadata Creating schema Clip vs file properties Link clip data to XMP metadata in the Metadata panel Searching metadata Creating a Basic Edit Creating a new project in Adobe Premiere Pro Importing footage and other media using the Media Browser Understanding the Project panel Interpreting footage Creating bins Viewing your footage About subclips Relinking media with Link & Locate Creating the first sequence Using markers Working in the Timeline Using new audio enhancements Using Snap Refining your story Finishing your rough edit Advanced Editing Techniques Trimming clips in the Timeline Incorporating RED footage Adding transitions Creating effects in Adobe Premiere Pro Adding titles with the Adobe Premiere Pro Title tool Editing closed captions Stabilizing footage with the Warp Stabilizer Rendering your Timeline Posting to Creative Cloud for review Creating Basic Motion Graphics and Visual Effects About After Effects Understanding the After Effects user interface Using Dynamic Link: from Adobe Premiere Pro to After Effects Creating a motion graphic with After Effects Using RAM Preview About Illustrator Creating a new composition Animating text in After Effects Understanding and applying motion blur Working with animation presets in After Effects Using Dynamic Link: from After Effects to Adobe Premiere Pro Creating Titles Building templates using Premiere Title tool and Photoshop Creating a Roll with text and images Creating a Crawl with text and images Building and animating titles using Photoshop Document size vs layer size for Photoshop layered imports Building and animating titles using After Effects Premiere Pro workflow into After Effects without Dynamic Link Starting with your final edit Adding effects and basic motion keyframes Importing your Premiere Pro project Editing your compositions Using Dynamic Link to come back into Premiere Pro Adding and animating effects with After Effects Working With Audio Monitoring audio Audio Transitions Audio Effects Audio on the clip vs. the timeline Understanding audio track types: standard, 5.1, Adaptive, Mono, Submix Understanding the Audio Tools in Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition Audio clip editing in Adobe Premiere Pro Audio clip editing in Adobe Audition Multitrack mixing and finishing in Adobe Audition Audio track editing in Adobe Audition Creating the final audio mix Color Correction Color-oriented workflow The basics of color correction Using scopes 3-way color corrector Primary color correction Secondary color correction Using Photoshop and After Effects to color correct Finishing Grading with SpeedGrade Sending Premiere Pro to SpeedGrade Apply color grading Render out content Special tools and workflows Using a clip from SpeedGrade in Adobe Premiere Pro Managing Your Projects The Project menu Using the Project Manager Final project management steps Rendering, And Outputting Understanding compression and other factors for exporting files Overview of export options Exporting single frames Exporting a master copy About Adobe Media Encoder / Rendering your compositions in After Effects

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