Premiere Pro

In Adobe Premiere Pro - Essentials training course, Participants will get a thorough introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro software and learn about the powerful video - and audio - editing tools that give them precise control over virtually every aspect of their production.

The Adobe Premiere Pro CC Advanced training course provides a thorough overview of Premiere Pro through an ideal combination of instructor-led demonstration and hands-on practice.

In Adobe Premiere Pro for Experienced Editors training course, Participants will go step-by-step through the entire editing process in Premiere Pro, from file creation all the way through output. Along the way they will learn the ins-and-outs of file management, essential and intermediate editing techniques, color correction, audio mixing and repairing, titling and effects, and delivering their video onto tape, the web, and mobile devices. They will learn to work within the Adobe ecosystem as well, getting up to speed quickly on time saving tools such as Dynamic Link.

By attending Premiere Pro - Essentials workshop, Participants will learn:
  • Interfaces
  • Tools
  • Features
  • Production flow
By attending Premiere Pro CC Advanced workshop, Participants will learn:
  • Basic editing functions
  • User interface
  • Premiere Pro's powerful real-time video and audio editing tools
By attending Premiere Pro for Experienced Editors workshop, Participants will learn to:
  • Quickly organize their existing projects, or create new projects to use right away in Premiere Pro
  • Understand how to use Premiere Pro with other Adobe software
  • Edit their footage the way they like
  • Put their skills to work immediately

Premiere Pro - Essentials
  • Working knowledge of Mac OS X or Windows
  • Basic knowledge of editing terminology
Premiere Pro CC Advanced
  • Working knowledge of Premiere Pro CC
Premiere Pro for Experienced Editors
  • Must have a basic knowledge of editing
  • Must have a basic understanding of editing terminology

Premiere Pro - Essentials
  • Anyone who would like to learn Adobe Premiere Pro CC
  • Anyone appearing for the Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) exam
Premiere Pro CC Advanced
  • Professionals interested in creating videos using Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro for Experienced Editors
  • Experienced editors who wish to learn Adobe Premiere Pro


Premiere Pro - Essentials
( Duration: 3 Days )


Touring Adobe Premiere Pro CC

  • Nonlinear editing in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Expanding the workflow
  • Touring the Adobe Premiere Pro interface

Setting up a Project

  • Setting up a project
  • Setting up a sequence

Importing Media

  • Importing assets
  • Working with the Media Browser
  • Importing images
  • The media cache
  • Capturing the videotape

Organizing Media

  • The Project panel
  • Working with bins
  • Organizing media with content analysis
  • Monitoring footage
  • Modifying clips

Essentials of Video Editing

  • Using the Source Monitor
  • Navigating the Timeline
  • Essential editing commands

Working with Clips and Markers

  • Program Monitor controls
  • Controlling resolution
  • Using markers
  • Using Sync Lock and Track Lock
  • Finding gaps in the Timeline
  • Moving clips
  • Extracting and deleting segments

Adding Transitions

  • What are transitions?
  • Edit points and handles
  • Adding video transitions
  • Using A/B mode to fine-tune a transition
  • Adding audio transitions

Advanced Editing Techniques

  • Four-point editing
  • Retiming clips
  • Replacing clips and footage
  • Nesting sequences
  • Advanced trimming
  • Trimming in the Program Monitor panel

Putting Clips in Motion

  • Adjusting the Motion effect
  • Changing clip position, size, and rotation
  • Working with keyframe interpolation
  • Using other motion-related effects

Multi-camera Editing

  • The multi-camera process
  • Creating a multi-camera sequence
  • Switching multiple cameras
  • Finalizing multi-camera editing
  • Additional multi-camera editing tips

Editing and Mixing Audio

  • Setting up the interface to work with audio
  • Examining audio characteristics
  • Adjusting audio volume
  • Adjusting audio gain
  • Normalizing audio
  • Creating a split edit
  • Adjusting audio levels in a sequence
  • Working with the Audio Mixer

Sweetening Sound

  • Sweetening sound with audio effects
  • Adjusting EQ
  • Applying effects in the Audio Mixer
  • Cleaning up noisy audio

Adding Video Effects

  • Working with effects
  • Keyframing effects
  • Effects presets
  • Frequently used effects

Color Correction and Grading

  • Color-oriented workflow
  • An overview of color-oriented effects
  • Fixing exposure problems
  • Fixing color balance
  • Specials color effects
  • Creating a look

Exploring Compositing Techniques

  • What is an alpha channel?
  • Using compositing in your projects
  • Working with the Opacity effect
  • Working with alpha-channel transparencies
  • Color keying a green screen shot
  • Using mattes

Creating Titles

  • An overview of the Titler window
  • Video typography essentials
  • Creating titles
  • Stylizing text
  • Working with shapes and logos
  • Making text roll and crawl

Managing Your Projects

  • The File menu
  • Using the Project Manager
  • Final project management steps
  • Importing projects or sequences
  • Managing collaboration
  • Managing your hard drives

Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences

  • Overview of export options
  • Exporting single frames
  • Exporting a master copy
  • Working with Adobe Media Encoder
  • Exchanging with other editing applications
  • Recording to tape

Authoring DVDs with Adobe Encore

  • Overview of DVD authoring in Adobe Encore
  • Adding Adobe Encore chapter markers to the Timeline
  • Creating an Autoplay DVD
  • Creating a menu DVD
  • Previewing the DVD
  • Creating a Blu-ray Disc
  • Exporting DVD projects for the Web

Premiere Pro CC - Advanced
( Duration: 3 Days )


Working In Adobe Creative Cloud

  • The "planning to playback" video-production workflow
  • Learning the role of each component in the suite
  • Working with media files in video production
  • Real-time playback and editing

Streamlines production tasks with Prelude

  • An overview of Prelude panels
  • Creating your workspace
  • Build new transcode presets with Media Encoder (Apple ProRes for Macintosh)
  • Ingesting with or without transcode and backup
  • Logging with speech transcript with Premiere Pro
  • Logging with comments and sub clips
  • Using unassociated metadata with comments
  • Viewing your work in the list view
  • Creating your rough-cut
  • Taking it to Premiere Pro

Adobe Story

  • Overview of Adobe Story
  • Building a new project
  • Creating a film script and the basic film script page elements
  • Auto tagging
  • Script-to-screen workflow
  • Better speech analysis with Adobe Story scripts
  • Workflow for movies without a script
  • Types of script templates
  • Creating a schedule from a script
  • Generate Reports from a schedule (3 allowed in Adobe Story free)
  • Creating scene and dialog numbers automatically
  • Benefits for moving to Adobe Story Plus
  • iOS based Adobe Story app

Metadata in Premiere Pro

  • About the Metadata panel and XMP
  • Using clip metadata and file metadata
  • Creating schema
  • Clip vs file properties
  • Link clip data to XMP metadata in the Metadata panel
  • Searching metadata

The Bridge with Premiere Pro

  • An overview Adobe Bridge
  • Naming and managing your media files
  • Navigating and previewing your media
  • Working with your metadata
  • Making metadata templates and applying them
  • Searching metadata
  • Searching with filters
  • Metadata panels: Bridge compared to Premiere Pro
  • File info to see it all
  • Building collections
  • Compact mode benefit

Creating A Basic Edit (review)

  • About Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Creating a new project in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Importing footage and other media using the Media Browser
  • Understanding the Project panel
  • Interpreting Footage
  • Creating bins
  • Viewing your footage
  • About sub clips
  • Creating the first sequence
  • Working in the timeline
  • Working with audio
  • Refining your story
  • Using Markers
  • Using Snap
  • Finishing Your Rough Edit

Advanced Editing Techniques (review)

  • Versioning your edit
  • Adding transitions
  • Creating effects in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Keying and compositing green screen footage
  • Adding titles with the Adobe Premiere Pro Title tool
  • Stabilizing footage with the Warp Stabilizer
  • Rendering your timeline

Creating Titles

  • Building templates using Premiere Title tool and Photoshop
  • Creating a Roll with text and images
  • Creating a Crawl with text and images
  • Building and animating titles using Photoshop
  • Document size vs layer size for Photoshop layered imports
  • Building and animating titles using After Effects

Creating Basic Motion Graphics And Visual Effects

  • Understanding the After Effects user interface
  • Using Dynamic Link: from Adobe Premiere Pro to After Effects
  • Using RAM Preview
  • Working with text and animation presets in After Effects
  • Using Dynamic Link: from After Effects to Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Creating a motion graphic with Adobe After Effects
  • Creating a new composition
  • Working with layers

Premiere Pro workflow into After Effects without Dynamic Link

  • Monitoring audio
  • Audio Transitions
  • Audio Effects
  • Audio on the clip vs the timeline
  • Understanding audio track types: standard, 5.1, Adaptive, Mono, Submix
  • Understanding the Audio Tools in Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition
  • Audio clip editing in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Audio clip editing in Adobe Audition
  • Multitrack mixing and finishing in Adobe Audition
  • Audio track editing in Adobe Audition
  • Creating the final audio mix

Working With Audio

  • Monitoring audio
  • Audio Transitions
  • Audio Effects
  • Audio on the clip vs the timeline
  • Understanding audio track types: standard, 5.1, Adaptive, Mono, Sub mix
  • Understanding the Audio Tools in Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition
  • Audio clip editing in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Audio clip editing in Adobe Audition
  • Multitrack mixing and finishing in Adobe Audition
  • Audio track editing in Adobe Audition
  • Creating the final audio mix

Color Correction

  • Color-oriented workflow
  • The basics of color correction
  • Using scopes
  • 3-way color corrector
  • Primary color correction
  • Secondary color correction
  • Using Photoshop and After Effects to color correct

Finishing Grading with Speed Grade

  • Sending Premiere Pro to Speed Grade
  • Apply color grading
  • Render out content
  • Special tools and workflows
  • Using a clip from Speed Grade in Adobe Premiere Pro

Managing Your Projects (review)

  • The Project menu
  • Using the Project Manager
  • Final project management steps

Rendering, And Outputting (review)

  • Understanding compression and other factors for exporting files
  • Overview of export options
  • Exporting single frames
  • Exporting a master copy
  • About Adobe Media Encoder
  • Rendering your compositions in After Effects

Authoring For DVD, Blu-Ray, And The Web

  • Preparing your final output sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • About Adobe Encore
  • Using Dynamic Link to send your edit to Encore
  • Overview of DVD navigation
  • Creating an auto play DVD
  • Programming navigation in DVD menus
  • Adding motion to DVD menu
  • Testing your project
  • Outputting your DVD or Blu-ray Disc
  • Outputting your project as Flash for the web

Advanced DVD authoring

  • Editing an existing menu using Adobe Photoshop
  • Creating a motion menu
  • Adding audio to your menu
  • Creating playlists
  • Creating a chapter playlist
  • Creating a timeline
  • Creating a sideshow

Premiere Pro - Experienced Editors
( Duration: 2 Days )


Adobe Workflow

  • Meet Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Creative Suite Production Premium
  • Editing Workflow

Configuring Your Nonlinear Editor

  • Notable Preferences
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • mercury Playback Engine Performance
  • Monitoring and Capture Solutions

Setting Up a Project

  • The New Project Panel
  • Creating a Sequence
  • Modifying an Existing Project's Settings
  • Importing Existing Projects

Importing Media

  • Importing Files into Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Tape-based Workflows
  • Tapeless Workflows
  • Supported File Types
  • Modifying Clips
  • An Introduction to Dynamic Link

Organizing Media

  • Understanding the Project Panel
  • Searching for Clips
  • Working with Bins
  • Customizing Bin and Clip Views
  • Creating Subclips
  • Get Organized with Metadata
  • Organizing Clips with Content Analysis

Essential Editing Skills

  • Using the Source Monitor
  • Navigating the Timeline
  • Essential Editing Commands

Additional Editing Skills

  • Four-point Editing
  • Retiming Clips
  • Replacing Clips
  • Time-saving Editing Techniques

Timeline Operations

  • Selecting Clips
  • Moving Clips
  • Extracting and Deleting Segments
  • Adding Transitions

The Power Is in the Trim

  • Basic Trimming
  • Rippling Edits
  • Rolling Edits
  • Slipping Edits
  • Sliding Edits
  • Using the Trim Monitor
  • Making Split Edits
  • Maintaining Sync

Color Correction and Grading

  • Using Video Scopes
  • Getting to Know Adobe Premiere Pro's Color and
  • Exposure Effects
  • Primary Color Corrections
  • Secondary Color Corrections
  • Using After Effects and Photoshop to Correct

Audio Mixing and Repair

  • Setting Up the Interface to Work with Audio
  • Adjusting Audio Levels on a Sequence
  • Using the Audio Mixer
  • Using Audio Effects
  • Working with Adobe Audition

Essential Effects

  • The Role of Effects
  • Understanding Keyframes
  • Selected Effects

Creating Titles

  • Video Typography Essentials
  • Using Adobe Premiere Pro's Titler
  • Advanced Titling with Photoshop
  • Animated Titles with Adobe After Effects

Quality Control and Archiving

  • Eliminating Mistakes
  • Broadcast Legalization
  • Practical Media Management

Publish Your Video

  • Exporting a Master Copy
  • Outputting to Tape
  • Meet Adobe Media Encoder
  • Creating Flash Content
  • Creating H.264 Content for Devices and Web Delivery
  • Publishing to DVD and Blu-ray
  • Exporting Additional File Types

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