Adobe Premiere Pro training Courses

We offer Adobe Premiere Pro training courses to suit all abilities.  The Introduction course is aimed at those new to Premiere Pro and covers the basics (create video, perform colour correction and audio use).  More experienced users should look to our Advanced course for the best techniques to be used when fine-tuning a series of video pieces.

Adobe Premiere Pro is a non-linear video editing package. Make a movie from scratch or edit existing videos with this powerful tool that’s capable of producing broadcast-quality and high-definition video.  It is used by the industry experts and amateurs in film-making and TV broadcasting for multimedia editing and post production.

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Adobe Premiere Pro CC Introduction course

3 days

Adobe Premiere Pro is basically digital video editing software. It lets you create videos, as well as perform colour correction and work with audio. This Adobe Premiere Pro CC Introduction course covers the fundamentals of non-linear editing techniques and provides various tips and techniques to help you become more productive.

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What will you learn?

At the end of this Adobe Premiere Pro CC Introduction course, delegates will be able to:
  • Understanding the tools
  • Organise projects
  • Create and refine rough cuts
  • Do multipoint editing
  • Work on transitions
  • Use audio
  • Create titles and credits
  • Work on video effects
  • Use basic colour correction
  • Output video

Audience?

Anyone needing to use Premiere Pro to edit videos which can be used on a number of different platforms, e.g. web and DVD.

Course Contents


Understanding Premiere

  • System specifications
  • Tapeless & Welcome window
  • Rendering files

Organisation

  • Creating bins
  • Using labels
  • Exploring workspaces
  • Importing media

Sequencing and Editing

  • Understanding the timeline
  • Use the Project panel to develop a sequence
  • Automate to Sequence command
  • Understanding the Source and Program Monitors
  • Creating & Refining a rough cut
  • Using the Source Monitor to set in/out points
  • Performing Insert and Overlay edits
  • Using subclips
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Using Ripple, Slide, Slip & Razor tools
  • Adding J – L cuts

Cutaways

  • Understanding Cutaways
  • Inserting a cutaway
  • Refining

Working with Audio

  • Fixing audio issues
  • Mono/Stereo
  • Adding a background music
  • Audio transitions
  • Fade in/out

Transitions

  • Understanding transitions
  • Inserting and changing transition attributes
  • Previewing
  • Different uses of transitions

Multipoint Editing

  • Understanding 3-point and 4-point editing
  • Performing different types of edits
  • Effective uses of a 3-point edit
  • Linking/Unlinking clips
  • Handling unsynchronized clips
  • Track targeting

Titles and Credits

  • Creating a simple title
  • Rolling/Crawling titles
  • Adding titles to the timeline

Colour Correction

  • Understanding Levels
  • Using Curves
  • 3-way Colour Corrector

Creative Techniques

  • Basic compositing
  • Clip motion
  • Split screen

Output

  • Exporting a sequence
  • Using Adobe Media Encoder

Course Materials

Enliten IT will provide each delegate with a workbook and other useful reference materials where applicable. These may be either paper based or in Adobe pdf format or a combination thereof.

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Prerequisites

No previous video editing knowledge/experience is required to complete this course. However, basic computer skills are necessary.


Additional Information

Enliten IT reserves the right to modify course content and materials as required in the interests of continuous course improvement, at any time, without notification.

The suggested course duration is a guideline. Course topics and duration may be modified by the instructor based upon the knowledge and skill level of the course participants.