Premiere Pro is fantastic, especially when used with Adobe's other creative apps. You'll explore the dynamic world of interoperability between Premiere Pro and applications like Photoshop, Prelude, and more. Required software: Adobe Creative Cloud CC.
If you want to get the most out of Premiere Pro alongside Adobe's other creative applications, this course is perfect for you. In this course, Premiere Pro Workflows Between Creative Cloud Apps, you'll be taken on a tour of the various Dynamic Link and roundtrip workflows available to Premiere Pro CC 2015. First, you'll look at Premiere Pro as the center of the universe and see how many of the other Adobe applications integrate with it: Photoshop, Illustrator, Prelude, Audition, SpeedGrade, and After Effects. You'll learn about importing and updating logos designed in Photoshop or Illustrator, and you'll discover how to fix a piece of audio in Audition. You'll cover color grading in SpeedGrade, and, finally, you'll even get to design text templates in After Effects. By the end of this course, you'll understand how you can use a variety of creative cloud apps to enhance your work in Premiere Pro, creating better work than ever before. Required Software: Adobe Creative Cloud CC.
Jason has spent most of his life in and around the nation's capital and currently operates as a freelance trainer in Adobe and Apple software. He's taught at NAB, written a book on Final Cut Pro X, and runs his own training business, Some Might Say Media, LLC.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Jason Cox, and welcome to my course on Premiere Pro Workflows Between Creative Cloud Apps. I'm an adobe certified instructor and owner of Some Might Say Media. Adobe makes so many great programs that it can feel intimidating to learn them all in depth. You might be well versed in Premiere, but don't fully understand the tools available to you in the other software. How can you remove background noise in Audition without having to learn the whole program, what are your options when importing Photoshop files, and what exactly is Prelude anyway? This course focuses on how Premiere Pro plays with many of the other amazing applications in the Creative Cloud universe. Some of the major topics that we will cover include using the underappreciated Prelude to ingest media and create rough cuts, animate Photoshop files and tweak Illustrator files, fix audio issues with Audition, color grating with SpeedGrade, and add animated lower thirds designed in After Effects. By the end of this course, you'll have a better appreciation for many more Adobe programs, and what they can do for your editing workflow. Before beginning the course, you should at least be moderately comfortable with Premiere Pro, but you don't need a deep understanding of all the other programs. Each of these programs we'll cover are deserving of multiple courses unto themselves, many of which you can find here on Pluralsight. com, but we'll tackle them on a need-to-know basis. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn the Adobe universe with Premiere Pro Workflows Between Creative Cloud Apps at Pluralsight.