With Adobe Premiere the user can ‘work across desktop and devices to edit virtually any type of media in its native format and create professional productions with brilliant colour for film, TV and web’ (adobe.com).
This introductory level course in Premiere is ideal as an overview for new editors, whilst also reviewing updated features in CC for more experienced users. An Adobe expert guides the learner from creating a basic rough edit, then refining with music and sound effects, transitions, visual effects and titles, to a finished production.
This course can be successfully completed by anyone with a standard level of ICT knowledge and skills.
1. The Premiere Pro Workflow 2. Importing Media 3. Marking and Selecting Clips 4. Video Editing 5. Fine-Tuning the Edit 6. Improving Workflow 7. Working with Audio, Stills and Graphics 8. Motion Effects 9. Transitions 10. Working with Filters and Effects 11. Modifying Speed 12. Adding Titles 13. Multicam 14. Finishing and Output 15. Media Management and Archiving
You will have the ability to*: – customise the window layout and the interface – edit clips into the Timeline – mark and select the best takes from clips – create titles and credit rolls – export and archive projects
*These are some examples of skills demonstrated. For a full list, take a look at our PDF download.
I recently completed the Premiere beginner course. Kaylee was a fantastic tutor for this. He would answer questions and go over elements to ensure you understood. The two day course was worth while as it allowed you to become accustom with the programme and then develop on the 2nd day. Highly recommend if anyone is looking to do the course. Clare Breen (HMC Global)