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Adobe Premiere Pro , Expert Level-Course Contents

Session 1

CAPTURING AND DIGITIZING

About capturing and digitizing

System requirements for capturing

Set capture format, preferences, and tracks

Capture from stereo sources to mono tracks

File size limits

Set up device control

Disable device control

Capturing HD video

Capturing DV or HDV video

Capturing Content for DVD

Batch capturing and recapturing

About logging clips

Log clips for batch capturing

About batch capturing

Choosing batch-capture settings

Batch capture clips

Troubleshooting batch capturing

Import and export batch lists

Session 2

RENDERING, PREVIEWING SEQUENCES AND CLOSED CAPTIONING

Define the work area for rendering

Define the area for rendering using In and Out points

Render a preview file for a section of a sequence

Render audio when rendering video

Work with preview files

Play a sequence from start to finish

Scroll a sequence during preview

Closed Captioning workflow in Premiere Pro

Import Closed Caption files

Display Closed Captions in the Source Monitor and Program Monitor panels

Edit Closed Caption files

Export Closed caption files

Closed Captioning workflow using third-party applications

Supported caption formats

Session 3

SYNCHRONIZING AUDIO AND VIDEO WITH MERGE CLIPS

Merge clips in the Project panel

Merge clips in the Timeline panel

Synchronize clips in the Timeline panel

Editing with merged clips

Merged clips and the Metadata panel

Use timecode from an audio master clip to create a merged clip 

Merged Clips limitations

Session 4

ADVANCE MIXING

Work with submixes

Route tracks with sends

Down mixing to fewer channels

Change 5.1 audio to stereo or mono

Routing track output

Route or turn off track output

Session 5

PANNING, BALANCING, INTERLACING AND FIELD ORDER

Panning and balancing in the Audio Track Mixer

Pan or balance a stereo track

Pan or balance a 5.1 surround track

Pan or balance a 16-channel track

Pan or balance a track in a Timeline panel

Multiple stereo assignments for tracks to multichannel masters

Interlaced video, non-interlaced video, and progressive scanning

About field dominance and field reversal

Create interlaced or non-interlaced clips

Change the field order of a clip

Session 6

SPECIAL EFFECTS AND TRANSITIONS

Fade in video

Picture-in-picture (PIP) and split screen

Zoom and pan a still image

Place lightning over part of a clip

Make reverb ring out

The rolling shutter repair effect

Stabilize motion with the Warp Stabilizer effect

Eliminate flicker

Session 7

COMPOSTING, ALPHA CHANNELS AND ADJUSTING CLIP OPACITY

Alpha channels and mattes

About keying

Specify clip opacity in a Timeline panel

Compositing tips

Blending Modes

Session 8

ADVANCE EXPORTING TECHNIQUES

Formats exported directly from Premiere Pro

Smart rendering

Export to Panasonic P2 format

Exporting to videotape

Prepare for exporting to DV videotape

Export a sequence to tape with device control

Export a sequence to tape without device control

Export projects from other applications

Session 9

CROSS APPLICATION AND MULTICAMERA EDITING WORKFLOWS

Edit a clip in its original application

Working with Photoshop and Premiere Pro

Copy between After Effects and Premiere Pro

Working with Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Flash

About the multi-camera editing workflow

Multi-camera editing workflow

Using the Multi-Camera Source Sequence dialog box

Organize and select camera angles to view in monitor's multi-camera mode

Mark clips for synchronization

Session 10

ADOBE DYNAMIC LINK

About Dynamic Link

Dynamic Link performance

Create and link to After Effects compositions with Dynamic Link

Delete a dynamically linked composition or clip

Modify a dynamically linked composition in After Effects

Create an After Effects composition from clips in Premiere Pro

Offline compositions and Dynamic Link

Sync Settings

TESTIMONIALS

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