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Adobe Premiere Pro , Advance Level-Course Contents

Session 1

SETTING UP YOUR SYSTEM

Set up a DV or HDV system

Set up an SD-SDI, HD-SDI, or component system

Set up a file-based system

Set up an S-Video or composite system

Specify the default audio device

Specify ASIO device settings (Windows only)

Specify whether to render audio when rendering video

Session 2

IMPORTING FOOTAGE

Importing assets from tapeless formats

Import assets from file-based sources with Media Browser

About spanned clips

Importing sequences, clip lists, libraries, and compositions

Importing earlier Premiere Pro projects

Import selected sequences from Premiere Pro projects

Import a Premiere Elements project (Windows only)

Importing libraries (Windows only)

Importing After Effects compositions

Import CMX3600 EDL projects

Session 3

WORKING WITH MARKERS

About markers

Markers panel

Add markers in the Timeline

Add markers to clips

Find, move, and delete markers

Display marker comments

Session 4

WORKING WITH ASPECT RATIOS

About aspect ratios

Using assets with various aspect ratios

Fix aspect ratio distortion

Correct individual aspect ratio misinterpretations

Correct recurring aspect ratio misinterpretations

Common pixel aspect ratios

Organizing assets in the Project panel

Session 5

WORKING WITH OFFLINE CLIPS

Create an offline clip

Edit an offline clip

Relink an offline clip

Convert an online clip to an offline clip

Relinking offline media

Locating and linking offline files

Relink offline media automatically

Manually locate and relink offline media

Source patching and track targeting

Session 6

WORKING WITH CLIPS, CHANNELS AND TRACKS

Mapping source and output audio channels

Audio channel icons

Extract audio from clips

Render and replace audio

Break a stereo track into mono tracks

Use a mono clip as stereo

Placing sound from one channel of a stereo clip into both channels

Session 7

RECORDING AND MIXING AUDIO

Capturing analog audio

Set the location for captured audio

Preparing the audio input channel for recording

Record audio from a microphone or another analog source

Mute input during recording

Record changes to sound tracks

Preserve a track property while recording an audio mix

Audio Track Mixer automation modes

Set Automatch Time for Touch mode and Read mode

Specify automated keyframe creation

Editing audio in a Timeline panel

Set sample-based audio In and Out points

Link and unlink video and audio clips

Create split edits

Adjusting volume levels

Session 8

AUDIO EEFECTS AND TRANSITIONS

Audio effects

Audio crossfade transitions

Specify the default audio transition

Set the default duration for audio transitions

Crossfade between audio clips

Fade in or fade out clip audio

Adjust or customize an audio transition

Applying audio effects in the Audio Mixer

Apply a track effect in the Audio Mixer

Adjust audio track effects in a Timeline

Copy and paste track effects

Designate a track effect as pre-fader or post-fader

Remove or bypass a track effect in the Audio Mixer

Working with VST effects

Applying, removing, finding, and organizing effects

Session 9

COLOR CORRECTION AND ADJUSTMENT

Adjusting color and luminance

Set up a Color Correction workspace

Apply the Color Correction effects

Quickly remove a color cast

Make quick luminance corrections

Color balance, angle, and saturation controls

Adjust color balance and saturation

Three-way Color Corrector effect

Session 10

ANIMATION AND KEYFRAMES

Adding, navigating, and setting keyframes

View keyframes and graphs

Move the current-time indicator to a keyframe

Add, select, and delete keyframes

Modify keyframe values

Move keyframes in time

Determine keyframe snapping

Copy and paste keyframes

Optimize keyframe automation

Animating effects

About interpolation

Change the keyframe interpolation method

Control change using Bezier keyframe interpolation

Fine-tune the speed of an effect    

TESTIMONIALS

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