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ADOBE PREMIERE PRO

Adobe Premiere Pro is a widely-used video and multimedia editing and post production software, highly recommended by the industry experts in film-making and broadcasting. A large number of professionals in the film, TV, and video production industry choose to use Adobe Premiere Pro for their editing processes. Video content is now not just for film and television. The web has meant that companies of all sizes have use for video editing.

Who will get benefit form the Course?

Anybody can participate who have interest or intention to make use of this technology. This course is for individuals who wish to learn how to edit videos to be used on a number of different platforms, including web and DVD. Amateurs with an interest in video editing will also benefit from attending this course.

Course Objectives

Students attending this course will learn the fundamentals of non-linear editing techniques. You will also go on to learn some more features of the software. This course helps you understand and work with basic concepts and features of Adobe Premiere Pro.

Requirements

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

Technical Overview Training Course

Course Contents

Course Introduction

Why we are using Adobe Premiere Pro?

Adobe Premiere Pro document contains of what?

What all you need for learning Adobe Premiere Pro?

Skills Gained

The delegates will be introduced to:

Workspace and Workflow of Premiere Pro

Preferences

Keyboard shortcuts in Premiere Pro

Creating and Changing projects

Transferring and Importing Files and digital audios

Working with time code

Creating and Changing Sequences

Effects and Transitions

Trimming and Re-arranging clips in a sequence

Overview of audio and audio track mixer

Creating Titles

Overview of Exporting files


 

Adobe Premiere Pro , Foundation Level-Course Contents

Session 1

WORKSPACE AND WORKFLOW

Installing Adobe Premiere Pro

About Adobe certification

Get Started with Premiere Pro

Knowing the Ins and Outs of Premiere Pro

Import a workspace with a project

Customizing workspaces

Brighten or darken the interface

The 2-up editing workspace

Navigate the panels

Display any panel full-screen

Display panel options

Display context and panel menus            

Tools panel and Options panel

Clip details in the Info panel

Session 2

PREFERENCES

Change preferences

General preferences

Appearance preferences

Audio Preferences

Audio Hardware preferences

Audio Output Mapping preferences

Change the Auto Save settings

Keyboard shortcuts in Premiere Pro

Session 3

CREATING AND CHANGING PROJECTS

Create a project

Review project settings

Project Settings dialog box

Open a project

Delete a project file

Moving a project to another computer

Change Project panel views

Working in List view

Working in Icon view

Customize List view columns

Select format for timecode display in the Project panel

Trim or copy your project

Archiving projects

Session 4

TRANSFERRING AND IMPORTING FILES AND DIGITAL AUDIOS

About file formats

Supported file formats

About transferring files

About importing files

Import files with the Media Browser

Import files with the Import commands

Import files using Adobe Bridge

Preparing still images before importing

Importing still images

Importing Photoshop and Illustrator files

Import images as an image sequence

Audio File Formats

Using audio from audio Cds

Using compressed audio formats

Using audio from Adobe Soundbooth

Audio sample rates supported

Conforming audio

Session 5

WORKING WITH TIME CODE AND CREATING/CHANGING SEQUENCES

About timecode

Choose timecode display format

Change how timecode is displayed

Stripe tape or replace timecode

Capturing timecode

Set timecode manually for a clip

Enter timecode

Timeline panels

Navigate in a sequence

Work with tracks

Set track display

Create a sequence

Create a custom sequence preset

Change sequence settings

Adding clips to a sequence

Open a sequence

Targeting tracks

Drag video and audio to a sequence

Drag video only or audio only to a sequence

Add a track while adding a clip

Insert a clip into a sequence

Session 6

BASIC EEFECTS AND TRANSITIONS

About Effects

Effect Presets

Motion: position, scale, and rotate clip

Viewing and adjusting effects and keyframes

Applying Transitions

Adjustment Layers

View the total duration of selected clips

Change the default duration for still images

Change speed and duration for one or more clips

Blend frames for smooth motion

Freeze a frame

Session 7

TRIMMING AND REARRANGING CLIPS IN A SEQUENCE

Working with In and Out points

Working with audio clips in the Source Monitor

View audio waveforms

Scrub the audio waveform in the Source Monitor

Zoom in or out on an audio waveform in the Source Monitor

Working with clips in the Source Monitor

Open a clip in the Source Monitor

Move clips

Split or cut one or more clips with the Razor tool

Lift and paste frames

Extract and paste frames

Delete clips and close gaps simultaneously

Delete gaps between clips

Find gaps in sequences and tracks

Session 8

OVERVIEW OF AUDIO AND THE AUDIO TRACK MIXER

Working with audio

Audio tracks in a sequence

Channels in audio clips

Mixing audio tracks and clips

Processing order for audio

Making quick audio adjustments

View audio data

Session 9

TITLING AND THE TITLER

Create new titles

Open, import, or export a title

About safe margins in the Titler

Choose, create, and import title templates

Show video behind the title

Fill type options

Add a sheen

Add a texture for text

Add a stroke to text

Change the listing order of strokes

Delete strokes from text

 Create a rolling or crawling title

Add images to titles

Working with text and objects in titles

Drawing shapes in titles

Creating and formatting text in titles

Session 10

WORKFLOW AND OVERVIEW OF EXPORTING

Types of exporting

Adobe Media Encoder

Exporting a still image

Exporting for web and the mobile devices

Exporting to DVD or Blue-ray Disc

Import files with the Media Browser

Import files with the Import commands

Import files using Adobe Bridge

Preparing still images before importing

Importing still images

Importing Photoshop and Illustrator files

Import images as an image sequence

Audio File Formats

Using audio from audio Cds

Using compressed audio formats

Using audio from Adobe Soundbooth

Audio sample rates supported

Conforming audio


 

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    


 

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


 

Foundation Level Course Content

Advance Level Course Content

Expert Level Course Content

 

TESTIMONIALS

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