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Adobe Premiere Class - Private Training Course, Customized and scheduled to suit your calendar

Private Online Adobe Premiere Pro Class

Premiere Pro CC level 1 class

( Earlier versions available )

Customised Private Class - 12 Hours

Cost: $895

Class Description:

This 2-day class covers the basics of learning Adobe Premiere, and countless tips and techniques to help you become more productive with its new features, including new multicam editing tools, auto-creation of menu-based DVDs from the timeline, and Native HD, SD and HDV support, and more.

Learning Objectives:

  • Work with audio
  • Create transitions and titles
  • Manipulate subclips and virtual clips
  • … and more.

Target Audience:

Students who need to know the basics of Adobe Premiere, and countless tips and techniques to help them become more productive with new features.

Class Outline:

Lesson 1: Touring Adobe Premiere Pro

  • New features in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Nonlinear editing in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Presenting the standard digital video workflow
  • Enhancing the workflow with high-level features
  • Incorporating other components into the editing workflow
  • Touring the Adobe Premiere Pro workspace
  • Customizing the workspace

Lesson 2: Selecting Settings, Adjusting Preferences, and Managing Assets

  • Getting Started
  • Selecting project settings by sequence
  • Three types of settings
  • Specifying project settings
  • Importing assets
  • Taking a closer look at images
  • Managing media in bins
  • Exploring additional bin features
  • Finding assets with the Media Browser

Lesson 3: Importing and Managing Tapeless Media

  • Getting Started
  • Using a tapeless workflow
  • Using the Media Browser
  • Importing XDCAM media
  • Importing P2 media
  • Importing AVCHD media
  • Mixing media formats

Lesson 4: Shooting and Capturing Great Video Assets

  • Getting Started
  • Tips for shooting great video
  • Capturing video
  • Capturing an entire tape
  • Using batch capture and scene detection
  • Tackling manual analog movie capture
  • Capturing HDV and HD video

Lesson 5: Creating Cuts-Only Videos

  • Getting Started
  • Using a storyboard to build a rough cut
  • Editing clips on the Timeline
  • Moving clips to, from, and within the Timeline
  • Working with Source Monitor editing tools
  • Adjusting clips in the Trim panel
  • Using other editing tools

Lesson 6: Adding Video Transitions

  • Getting Started
  • Using transitions with restraint
  • Trying some transitions
  • Changing parameters in the Effect Controls panel
  • Using A/B mode to fine-tune a transition
  • Applying transitions to multiple clips at once
  • Adding audio transitions

Lesson 7: Creating Dynamic Titles

  • Getting Started
  • Strengthening your project with titles
  • Changing text parameters
  • Building text from scratch
  • Putting text on a path
  • Creating shapes
  • Making text roll and crawl
  • Adding text effects: sheens, strokes, shadows, and fills

Lesson 8: Applying specialized editing tools

  • Getting Started
  • Exploring timesaving editing tools
  • Replacing a clip and replacing footage
  • Using Sync Lock and Lock Track
  • Finding gaps in the timeline
  • Editing with In and Out points around a clip
  • Creating subclips from the Source Monitor
  • Multicamera editing

Lesson 9: Adding Video Effects

  • Getting started
  • Sampling some basic video effects
  • Applying effects to multiple clips
  • Adding keyframing effects
  • Adding keyframe interpolation and velocity
  • Adding lighting effects
  • Creating custom presets

Lesson 10: Putting clips in motion

  • Getting Started
  • Applying the Motion effect to clips
  • Changing clip size and adding rotation
  • Working with keyframe interpolation
  • Creating a picture-in-picture effect
  • Enhancing motion with shadows and beveled edges
  • Using other motion-related effects: Transform, Basic 3D and Camera View

Our outlines are a guide to the content covered on a typical class. We may change or alter the class topics to meet the objectives of a particular class.

Premiere Pro CC level 2 class

( Earlier versions available )

Customised Private Class - 12 Hours


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Cost: $895

Class Description:

This 2-day intermediate class covers additional techniques in Adobe Premiere.

Learning Objectives:

  • Work with Adobe Media Encoder
  • Perform time remapping
  • Mix audio
  • Explore composting techniques and keying
  • Use nested sequences
  • … and more.

Target Audience:

Premiere users who are familiar with the basics and want advanced their skill level.

Class Outline:

Lesson 1: Changing time

  • Getting Started
  • Using slow-motion and reverse-motion techniques
  • Enabling variable time changes with time remapping
  • Applying time remapping with speed transitions
  • Using time remapping with reverse motion
  • Recognizing the downstream effects of changing time
  • Changing the speed of multiple clips simultaneously
  • Changing the length of multiple stills simultaneously
  • Review questions
  • Review answers

Lesson 2: Acquiring and editing audio

  • Getting Started
  • Setting up a basic voice-recording area
  • Voicing professional narrations
  • Creating a high-quality aural experience
  • Examining audio characteristics
  • Adjusting audio volume
  • Adjusting audio gain
  • Adding J-cuts and L-cuts
  • Review questions
  • Review answers

Lesson 3: Sweetening your sound and mixing audio

  • Getting Started
  • Sweetening sound with audio effects
  • Trying stereo and 5.1 surround sound effects
  • Working with the Audio Mixer
  • Outputting tracks to submixes
  • Recording voice-overs
  • Creating a 5.1 surround sound mix
  • Fixing, sweetening, and creating soundtracks in Adobe Soundbooth
  • Review questions
  • Review answers

Lesson 4: Analyzing content

  • Getting Started
  • Transcribing speech to text
  • Enhancing the accuracy of speech analysis
  • Searching transcription for keywords
  • Setting In and Out points using speech analysis text
  • Modifying the metadata
  • Detecting faces in a sequence
  • Review questions
  • Review answers

Lesson 5. Exploring Compositing Techniques

  • Making compositing part of your projects
  • Working with the Opacity effect
  • Combine layers based on a blend mode
  • Working with alpha-channel transparencies
  • Color keying a green-screen shot with Ultra Key
  • Using matte keys

Lesson 6. Working with Color, Nested Sequences, and Shortcuts

  • An overview of color-oriented effects
  • Adjusting and enhancing color
  • Using nested sequences
  • Nesting clips
  • Getting to know the recommended keyboard shortcuts

Lesson 7. Managing Your Projects

  • Project menu overview
  • Using the Project Manager
  • Importing projects or sequences

Lesson 8. Exploring Adobe Onlocation CS5/6

  • Setting up Adobe OnLocation
  • Calibrating your camera with Camera Setup Assistant
  • Recording live video
  • Recording video to a shot list
  • Analyzing video with Adobe OnLocation
  • Importing clips not captured with Adobe OnLocation
  • Importing OnLocation clips with the Adobe Premiere Pro Media Browser

Lesson 9. Using Photoshop and After Effects to Enhance Your Video Projects

  • Exploring Adobe Creative Suite 5 Production Premium
  • Importing Adobe Photoshop files as sequences
  • Using Dynamic Link with After Effects
  • Replacing a clip with an After Effects composition

Lesson 10. Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences

  • Overview of export options
  • Recording to tape
  • Exporting single frames
  • Using the Export Settings dialog
  • Working with Adobe Media Encoder
  • Format overview
  • Using the formats
  • Exporting to mobile devices
  • Exporting to Final Cut Pro
  • Working with edit decision lists

Lesson 11. Authoring DVDs with Adobe Encore

  • Overview of DVD authoring in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Adding Adobe Encore chapter markers to the Timeline
  • Creating an autoplay DVD
  • Creating a menu DVD
  • Creating a Blu-ray Disc
  • Exporting DVD projects to Flash

Our outlines are a guide to the content covered on a typical class. We may change or alter the class topics to meet the objectives of a particular class.

Benefits

  • You have a certified instructor all to yourself for 12 hours
  • We go at your pace as it is a private class
  • The course is customized to your specific objectives and needs
  • The dates and even times are flexible to suit your schedule
  • Work with your own content or projects
  • There is no travel time or associated costs
  • The price is the same or less than attending a public class with other students who may have different agenda’s and skill levels to your own

Tips & Tricks

Swap Clips

Moving a clip to another part of your timeline without creating a gap, hold Mac (Cmd+Opt) or Windows Mac (Ctrl+Alt) and drag the clip to where you want it.

Paste Attributes

Select the clip, hit Copy, and to past the attributes, use Mac (Shift+Cmd+V) or Windows (Shift+Ctrl+V)

Disable Tracks

Use (Shift+E) to disable a track instead of deleting it.

Moving a clip

Highlight a clip and hold Mac (Opt) or Windows (Alt), then drag the clip. This will copy the clip to a new location.

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