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CC Adobe Premiere Pro

In this course you will learn how to Import video, audio, and still images and edit them together on the Timeline. Effectively add transitions and effects to your video to make your projects more engaging and appealing a... Show More
Course Prerequisites:
Computer Literacy and Windows
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Course Price (ILT)
R6,893.74

* incl. VAT

Duration
4 Days

Course Content

Lesson 1: Understanding Digital Video
Understanding digital Non-Linear Editing
Understanding video settings
Editing vs. delivery formats
Tape-based vs. tapeless formats
High definition vs. standard definition
Progressive video vs. interlaced video
Premiere Pro presets
Overview of the post production workflow
Media acquisition
Editorial development
Graphics development
Audio development
Finishing
Mastering
Output and delivery

Lesson 2: Understanding the Workspace
Understanding the Premiere Pro interface
Understanding the default Editing workspace
Understanding the tools
Customizing the interface
Opening, closing, and moving panels
Saving a custom workspace
Setting application preferences
Using the Project panel
Understanding media management
Creating and organizing bins
Modifying the Project panel display
Locating missing media

Lesson 3: Prepping Files in Prelude
What is Adobe Prelude?
Supported formats for ingest and logging
Formats that can be ingested but not logged
Ingesting video
Organizing clips
Logging video
Adding Comment markers
Adding Subclip markers
Creating a rough cut
Exporting to Premiere Pro

Lesson 4: Making the Cut
The cuts-only editing methodology
A Roll vs. B Roll Cut-ins and Cut-aways
Cutting on action
Trimming clips in the Source Monitor
Using multiple video tracks
Adding and deleting tracks in the Timeline
Renaming tracks
Adding clips to the Timeline
Trimming clips on the Timeline
Using the Razor tool
Making an Insert edit

Lesson 5: Adding Transitions to Video
Understanding video transitions
Adding transitions to video clips Preparing a clip to receive transitions
Adding a transition between clips
Editing transition settings Creating an image slideshow

Lesson 6: Working with Graphics
Creating titles in Premiere Pro
Using the Titler Creating a lower third Adding text to the Titler
Formatting text boxes
Formatting text
Creating shapes Adding images to a title
Saving a title style
Creating a title overlay track
Saving a title for later reuse
Creating an ending credit roll
Controlling the speed of a title roll Editing titles
Working with Photoshop files
Importing layered Photoshop files
Animating the position of clips
Animating the opacity of clips

Lesson 7: Using Video Effects
What are video effects?
Applying video effects
Creating a Black & White effect
Animating the opacity of clips
Adjusting the tonality of clips
Making quick color adjustments
Using the Warp Stabilizer

Lesson 8: Video Compositing
Working with Track Mattes
Preparing the clip for a Track Matte
Applying and editing the Track Matte Key effect
Using the Ultra Keyer
Creating a garbage matte
Applying the Ultra Key
Spill Suppression and Color Correction

Lesson 9: Working with Audio
Understanding digital audio
Understanding audio tracks
Stereo audio Mono audio
5.1 audio Stripping audio from a video file
Audio channel mapping
Adding more audio tracks to the Timeline
Making a Three-Point edit on the Timeline
Setting volume keyframes
Improving audio in Premiere Pro

Lesson 10: Advanced Editing Techniques
Creating subclips
Using Automate to sequence
Making a Three-Point edit
Setting an In Point on the Timeline
Setting In and Out Points on a clip
Making Ripple and Roll Edits
Making Slip and Slide Edits
Adjusting the clip speed

Lesson 11: Outputting Your Video
Output for the Web and desktop
Flash video and the Flash player
Windows Media and the Silverlight player
QuickTime video and the QuickTime player HTML5 Video

CTU Training Solutions , Updated: June 14th, 2018

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