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Premiere Pro is a non-linear editing program used by editors, producers, and loggers. Casual hobbyists will find Premiere useful for simple video editing, as well. Premiere is commonly used in smaller post-production houses and with freelancers, but can also be used in bigger Hollywood movies. Premiere Pro is popular software because it’s intuitive and easy-to-use for those new to video editing, but it also meets the needs of the masters who have used it for decades. Premiere Pro can be used to edit together anything from a quick product video, to a documentary, to a movie.Get Started
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These courses will help you reach a comfort level when working with basic features in Premiere Pro. By the end of this section you will have gained understanding of how to edit simple videos in Premiere Pro, and how to work with editing dialogue as well.
Adobe Premiere Pro CC Fundamentals is a course designed to get you up to speed with Premiere's major editing features so you can start cutting your own projects. In this course, we'll review how to create new projects, import media, and build sequences. Along the way, you'll learn about key editing techniques like 3-point editing, performing insert edits, and slip edits. We'll wrap up the course by looking at transitions, titles, and output.
In this course, Premiere Pro CC Building on the Fundamentals, Chad Troftgruben will introduce you to various editing techniques and working with effects. Additionally you'll review how to work with audio and color correct your footage. This course also introduces more advanced options like creating a multi-cam project as well as best practices for exporting your footage. Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to go from footage to final edit in a simple dialogue scene for a fiction film. We will discuss many practical considerations, techniques, and processes used by editors and will become versed in the basics of the dialogue edit. Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro Creative Cloud.
This section focuses on diving deeper into some core Premiere Pro skills. You will feel comfortable working with projects that include multi-camera and action scene editing. You’ll also learn how to color correct and grade as well as create things like title sequences with effects and transitions.
In this course, Premiere Pro CC Multi-camera Editing, you will learn how to take your video shoots to the next level by shooting action with multiple cameras at once, and then editing that footage together for a dynamic multiple angle viewing experience. You will get a behind the scenes look at setting up and shooting a multi-camera video with DSLR cameras and high quality audio recording, processing and synchronizing the footage, and then editing with Premiere Pro CC's multi-camera editing view. Learning how to shoot and efficiently edit multi-camera footage will add a powerful, indispensable skill to your video-making tool belt.
Throughout these lessons, we'll delve into the considerations an editor needs to take when working with action scenes. We will examine footage from both documentary/sports style footage and edits as well as fictional action scenes. We cover considerations for this type of editing, common practices, and techniques to make your action scenes flow well. After this course, you will have the tools and knowledge to start putting together successful action scenes. Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Throughout this tutorial, we will learn all about the plethora of color correcting and grading tools found within Adobe's video editing application, Premiere Pro, as well as it's dedicated grading application, SpeedGrade. First, we'll look at the all new Lumetri Color panel built into Premiere, which gives us higher quality control over color than ever before and then we'll move on to how to take entire sequences and round trip with SpeedGrade when you truly need that extra granular control over your image. Software required: Premiere Pro CC 2015, SpeedGrade CC 2015.
Knowing how to create and use Titles in Premiere Pro CC is essential if you create videos with Premiere Pro CC. In this course, Premiere Pro CC Titles you will learn how to use the Title Designer, how to create still, rolling, and crawling titles, and how to use the different types of text options available. You'll also learn about standard title motion and placement. Finally, you'll explore how to create and save title templates and styles. When you're finished with this course, you will know all there is to know about creating and working with titles in Premiere Pro CC. Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
In the final section of this path, you will master some of the more professional pipeline aspects of a Premiere Pro editor’s workflow. You will learn how to harness the power of metadata to stay organized. You’ll also learn about compression settings and how to get the best output for the job. Finally, you will learn how they can take their Premiere Pro knowledge and expand on it by working with round-tripping through other Creative Cloud Apps.
When it comes to staying organized and setting up a project properly, no creative professional has it harder than the video editor and motion graphic artist. In a single project, they may deal with dozens, hundreds, perhaps thousands of assets at a time. Metadata is often a word that strikes fear into the hearts of editors, but if mastered, can make perusing thousands of clips in search of that one golden shot, a piece of cake. In this course, Premiere Pro CC Mastering Metadata, you will see a break down to help understand what metadata is and how to use it to your advantage. First, you'll cover common metadata related terms and concepts. Then, you'll see how to quickly access and edit metadata for many clips at once. Finally, you will see how to search your metadata and make use of it for exports and future videos. When you've finished the course, you'll have a deep understanding of why metadata is a must. Required Software: Premiere Pro CC.
Many editors out there may already be advanced users who know the ins and outs of Premiere and how to edit a great looking video. But then you hit the dreaded export settings window: a screen full of numbers and codecs and acronyms, bits and bytes that could make anyone's eyes glaze over with fear. In this course, you will see the complexities of compression and all the many settings found in Premiere demystified. First, you'll tackle some basic terminology to make sure you're speaking the right language with others, then you'll explore common settings for many real-world scenarios and lastly, you'll take a peek at Media Encoder to see how it can improve your daily workflow. When you're done, you will be able to deftly maneuver through deep settings whether you're exporting a rough cut to YouTube or a master for a film festival. Software required: Premiere Pro CC, Media Encoder 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.