Nothing tells a story better than a well crafted digital video. This course is designed to teach you the elusive and technical art of visual storytelling using Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro CC. Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 or later, Adobe Prelude 2015 or later.
Nothing tells a story better than a well crafted digital video. In this course, Fundamentals of Video Production in Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro, you will learn how to create a compelling and effective video production while simultaneously avoiding many of the common traps most newbie video editors fall into. First, you will learn how to properly import video content like a professional by starting in Adobe Prelude; one of the most under-used softwares in the Creative Cloud platform. Next, you will leverage the power of Prelude's Logging feature to add sub-clips and comments throughout your video footage and build a rough cut using logged metadata. Finally, you will learn how to take a rough cut from Prelude into Adobe Premiere Pro. From there, you will further edit this composition using advanced video cutting techniques that well trained editors know how to implement. When you are finished with this video production course, you'll not only know how to build incredibly effective video content from the start, but also how to work in collaboration with fellow editors using the Adobe Creative Cloud platform for visual storytelling. Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 or later, Adobe Prelude 2015 or later.
Acosta is best known as a digital media consultant and mentor for some of the largest Fortune 500 companies. He is also co-founder and product manager of Woowave DreamSync, a software designed to synchronize audio and video without the need for timecode.
Course Overview Hi, everyone, my name is Jon Acosta and welcome to my course, Video Production Fundamentals in Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro. I'm the executive producer over at Pixelinks Labs. Did you know that online video is 600% more effective than just having print or text on your website? It's true, and that's why, in this course, we're going to take away every fear you've ever had about video editing and teach you how to get started from the ground up, using Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro. Some of the major topics that we will cover include importing video content into your computer like a pro, understanding resolution and transcoding jargon, logging your video footage for easier navigation, and professional editing techniques to build your compelling visual story. We'll be simulating a real-world scenario where you and I will work together so I can show you how professional video is really made, and what we look for as creative producers to develop our best visual stories and keep things interesting. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid foundation for starting a project inside of Adobe Prelude, organizing your video footage for easy recall, and understanding how to build a video edit that you can be proud of. Before beginning the course, you should have access to Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro CC 2015, but no previous experience is required. I hope you'll join me on this journey of video production fundamentals and Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro, right here at Pluralsight.
The Art of Video Ingestion in Adobe Prelude Hi, this is Jon Acosta, and welcome to Video Production Fundamentals in Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro. This course is designed as a step by step guide on how to produce video from a professional and creative standpoint so that you can begin creating video content for yourself, your business, or your future clients. If this is the first time you've ever attempted to create a video or work inside of Adobe Prelude or Premier, I congratulate you on taking the first step. I've been in the production business for over 10 years, and I'll be the first to admit that this stuff can often be incredibly confusing, especially when you're just getting started. So throughout this course, it's my number one priority to make sure that you walk away understanding the fundamentals of how video post production really works from the ground up. I'll also promise to keep it lighthearted and easy to understand, because, let's face it, talking about how to conform a 4K resolution file into a native 1080p sequence at 25 variable frames per second can be a little draining, so I'll make sure we keep things fun. In the next few lessons, we're going to hop into Adobe Prelude and start learning how to prepare and process our video content, while also learning what all those crazy words like transcoding, ingesting, and proxy files actually mean. And more importantly, why they should matter to you and all of your future video productions. So, let's hop into our demo and get started making some video.