Adobe Premiere Pro Training – Introduction & Intermediate

This 2 day Adobe Premiere Pro training course will show you how to make the most of this nonlinear video editing software package. The powerful real-time video and audio editing tools give you precise control over virtually every aspect of your production. This course explores most of the Package in some detail and aims to bring the client to the level where he or she can setup, edit, export and manage a Premiere project with a reasonable degree of confidence. Emphasis is given to those areas in the program where there are potential traps, allowing the user a good level of self sufficiency.

This course is designed to allow those new to the software to become confident users and get the most from it.

The course is instructor-led with the emphasis on practical exercises and workshops.

Students do not need any previous experience of using Adobe Premiere, however it assumes a basic understanding of Windows, including an ability to work with multiple windows and navigate the desktop, as well as having an understanding of computer file storage (i.e. drives, files and folders).

  • Full colour manual or book.
  • Take away exercises used in the course to practice at home.
  • USB stick to take the exercises away (where relevant).
  • Freshly prepared lunch in our onsite cafeteria.
  • Refreshments though out the day.
  • Training in fully air conditioned facilities.
  •  Setting up the System
  •  Project settings
  • Preference settings
  • Asset Management
  • Sequences & Clips
  • Offline On-line Clips
  •  Capturing Footage
  • Device Control Settings
  • Capturing Audio and Video
  • DV, HDV and HD
  • Importing Stills, Still Sequences, Photoshop Files, with Adobe Bridge, Projects
  • On-Location overview
  •  The Project Panel
  • Views
  • The preview area
  • Organising Clips in Bins
  • Duplicating and Copying Clips
  • Renaming Clips
  • Finding Clips (search function)
  • Interpreting Footage
  • Unlinking and Re-linking Media
  • The Project Manager
  • Viewing Clips
  • Playback Controls
  • Audio Clips
  • Cuing Clips
  • Time Ruler Controls
  • Safe Zones
  • Display Mode
  • Waveform and Vectorscope Options
  • The Reference Monitor
  • Ganging source and Program
  • Monitors
  • Editing Methods
  • In and Out Points
  • Sub clips
  • Source and Target Tracks
  • Overlay and insert Edits
  • Adding Clips by Dragging
  • 3 and 4 point Edits
  • Lift and Extract
  • Storyboard Editing
  • Multiple and nested Sequences
  •  The Time Ruler
  • Adding, Deleting and Renaming Tracks
  • Markers
  • Selecting
  • Splitting Clips
  • Speed, Duration and Reverse
  • Multicam Editing
  • Synchronising Clips
  • Replace Clips
  •  Snapping
  • Trimming Methods
  • Trimming Clips
  • Ripple, Roll, Slip and Slide Edits
  • The Trim Panel
  • Split Edits (L and J Cuts)
  •  The Effects Panel
  • Understanding Transitions
  • Applying a Transition
  • Editing a Transition
  •  The Audio Mixer
  • Recording with the Audio Mixer
  • Fading Panning and Balancing
  • Effects
  • Corrective Measures
  • Routing Tracks
  •  Creating a Title
  • Text paths
  • Roll and Crawl Titles
  • Text configuration
  • Effect Types
  • Effect Properties
  • The Effects Control Panel
  • Key framing
  • Motion Effects
  • Opacity and Volume
  • Lighting Effects
  • Timewarp (pixel motion Blending)
  • After Effects and Premiere
  • Creating DVDs
  • Blu-Ray
  • SWF and FLV Files
  • Adobe Media Encoder
  • DVD Markers
  • Using Clip Notes