Adobe Premiere Pro is a video editing software that is timeline-based. It is an industry standard software used by professional video editors. Learning to use this application will further your career in video editing.
Adobe Premiere pro is an extensive program and when you have completed your course you will be competent to use the software and be able to use its advanced features.
Who is the Adobe Premiere Pro course aimed at?
There are a variety of premiere pro Courses aimed at the novice through to the professional wishing to enhance their knowledge of this extensive software.
You might be a freelancer planning on opening up a new revenue stream or wishing to become a full-time video editor. You might be an amateur videographer wishing to streamline your editing workflow. Either way there is a course suitable for you.
So wether you are just starting and want to know how to import video into Premiere Pro and start a project or wether you want to understand green screen, colour correction techniques or multicam editing techniques, there is a course for you.
Adobe Premiere Pro course content
Adobe premiere pro is a very extensive application and often people will take a fundamentals course and then progress onto a more advanced course or take specialist courses in particular areas that interest them.
The fundamentals courses will cover such topics as:
- Launching Premiere Pro and starting a project
- Importing and organising media
- Selecting shots
- Basic editing
- Performing basic trims
- Splitting clips and removing material
- Performing slip and slide edits
- Adding B-roll to supplement your interviews
- Understanding track monitoring and locking
- Using markers
- Performing basic audio adjustments
- Adding titles
- Outputting the project
- Rendering options
In more advanced courses you will cover such topics as:
- Adjustment layers with effects
- Adding effects to master clips
- Masking and tracking effects
- Using the Warp Stabiliser effect
- Chroma keying
- Dynamic Link to After Effects
- Working with freeze frames
- Rate Stretch tool
- Colour correction
- Three-Way colour Corrector workflow
- Lower-third title
- Animation in Titles
- Rolling and crawling titles
- Multicam Editing
- Green Screen
- Choice of encoding
What kind of Adobe Premiere Pro courses are available?
There are many ways to learn Adobe Premiere Pro to suit both your lifestyle and budget and your interests.
Many companies offer a wide variety of learning methods including:
- One day courses - Live Face to face - often a basics course
- Week day courses - usually full time four or five days
- Weekend courses - usually one or more weekends
- Residential courses - Live face to face training in a training provider facility
- Distance Learning courses
- Online training courses
After completing the Adobe Premiere Pro course
By completing a course in Adobe premiere Pro you will have enhanced your career opportunities in video editing and multimedia, wether you are wanting to be Freelance or Full-time. Such areas of work as Photo/video editor, Wedding Video Editor, Post production editor, Motion Graphics designer, Multi media Editor will all become available to you.
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