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Adobe Premiere CC release 2017 — The featured class for the Fall of 2017

Premiere Pro CC ONLINE
Getting Started a 3 day online class. 6 hours per day (9am - 4pm)
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Premiere Pro CC ONSITE
Getting Started a 3 day class. 6 hours per day (9am - 4pm)
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Premiere Pro CC ONSITE Comprehensive
Comprehensive a 5 day class. 6 hours per day (9am - 4pm)
At your location = US $1,895.00/per person (minimum 2 students)

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Topics you will learn

GETTING STARTED

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The lesson files
Relinking the lesson files
How to use these lessons
Online content

TOURING ADOBE PREMIERE PRO CC

Getting started
Performing nonlinear editing in Premiere Pro
Looking at the standard digital video workflow
Enhancing the workflow with Premiere Pro
Expanding the workflow
Looking at the Adobe Creative Cloud video workflow
Touring the Premiere Pro workspace
Looking at the workspace layout
Customizing the workspace
Introducing preferences
Keyboard shortcuts
Moving, backing up, and syncing user settings

SETTING UP A PROJECT

Exploring video rendering and playback settings
Setting the video and audio display formats
Setting the capture format
Displaying the project item names and label colors
Setting up the scratch disks
Setting up Project Auto Save location
CC Libraries downloads
Choosing ingest settings
Importing projects from Final Cut Pro
Importing Avid Media Composer projects
Setting up a sequence
Creating a sequence that automatically matches your source
Choosing the correct preset
Customizing a sequence preset
Understanding track types

IMPORTING MEDIA

When to use the Import command
When to use the Media Browser
Working with ingest options and proxy media
Working with the Media Browser
Following a file-based camera workflow
Understanding supported video file types
Finding assets with the Media Browser
Importing images
Importing flattened Adobe Photoshop files
Importing layered Adobe Photoshop files
Importing Adobe Illustrator files
Importing subfolders
Customizing the media cache
Recording a voice-over

ORGANIZING MEDIA

The Project panel
Customizing the Project panel
Finding assets in the Project panel
Working with bins
Creating bins
Managing media in bins
Changing bin views
Assigning labels
Customizing bins
Having multiple bins open at once
Monitoring footage
Lowering the playback resolution
Getting timecode information
Using essential playback controls
Customizing the monitors
Modifying clips
Adjusting audio channels
Merging clips
Interpreting video footage
Working with raw files

ESSENTIALS OF VIDEO EDITING

Using the Source Monitor
Loading a clip
Loading multiple clips
Using Source Monitor controls
Selecting a range in a clip
Creating subclips
Navigating the Timeline
What is a sequence?
Opening a sequence in the Timeline panel
Understanding tracks
Targeting tracks
Using In and Out marks
Using time rulers
Customizing track headers
Using essential editing commands
Overwrite edit
Insert edit
Three-point editing
Storyboard editing

WORKING WITH CLIPS AND MARKERS

Program Monitor controls
Adding clips to the Timeline with the Program Monitor
Setting the playback resolution
Changing playback resolution
Changing resolution when playback is paused
Playing back VR video
Using markers
What are markers?
Exploring the types of markers
Automating the editing to markers
Finding clips in the Timeline
Using Sync Lock and Track Lock
Using sync locks
Using track locks
Finding gaps in the Timeline
Selecting clips
Selecting a clip or range of clips
Selecting all the clips on a track
Selecting audio or video only
Splitting a clip
Linking and unlinking clips
Moving clips
Dragging clips
Nudging clips
Rearranging clips in a sequence
Extracting and deleting segments
Performing a lift edit
Performing an extract edit
Performing a delete and ripple delete edit
Disabling a clip

ADDING TRANSITIONS

Transitions?
Best practices for transitions
Using edit points and handles
Adding video transitions
Applying a single-sided transition
Applying a transition between two clips
Applying transitions to multiple clips at once
Using A/B mode to fine-tune a transition
Changing parameters in the Effect Controls panel
Using a Morph Cut effect
Dealing with inadequate (or nonexistent) head or tail handles
Adding audio transitions
Creating a crossfade
Applying audio transitions

ADVANCED EDITING TECHNIQUES

Performing four-point editing
Editing options for four-point edits
Making a four-point edit
Changing playback speed
Changing the speed/duration of a clip
Changing the speed/duration with the Rate Stretch tool
Changing the speed/duration with time remapping
Replacing clips and footage
Dragging in a replacement clip
Making a replace edit
Using the Replace Footage feature
Nesting sequences
Adding a nested sequence
Performing regular trimming
Trimming in the Source Monitor
Trimming in a sequence
Performing advanced trimming
Making ripple edits
Making rolling edits
Making sliding edits
Making slip edits
Trimming in the Program Monitor using the clipboard
Using Trim mode in the Program Monitor
Choosing a trimming method in the Program Monitor
Performing dynamic trimming
Trimming with the keyboard

PUTTING CLIPS IN MOTION

Adjusting the Motion effect
Understanding Motion settings
Examining Motion properties
Changing clip position, size, and rotation
Changing position
Reusing Motion settings
Adding rotation and changing the anchor point
Changing clip size
Animating clip size changes
Working with keyframe interpolation
Using different keyframe interpolation methods
Adding Ease to Motion
Using other motion-related effects
Adding a drop shadow
Adding a bevel
Adding motion with the Transform effect

MULTICAMERA EDITING

Following the multicamera process
Creating a multicamera sequence
Determining the sync points
Adding clips to a multicamera source sequence
Creating the multicamera target sequence
Switching multiple cameras
Performing a multicamera edit
Re-recording multicamera edits
Finalizing multicamera editing
Switching an angle
Flattening a multicamera edit

EDITING AND MIXING AUDIO

Setting up the interface to work with audio
Working in the Audio workspace
Defining master track output
Using the audio 1neters
Viewing samples
Showing audio waveforms
Working with standard audio tracks
Monitoring audio
Examining audio characteristics
Creating a voice-over "scratch track"
Adjusting audio volume
Adjusting audio in the Effect Controls panel
Adjusting audio gain
Normalizing audio
Creating a split edit
Adding a J-cut
Adding an L-cut
Adjusting audio levels for a clip
Adjusting overall clip levels
Keyframing volume changes
Smoothing volume between keyframes
Using clip vs. track keyframes
Working with the Audio Clip Mixer

SWEETENING SOUND

Sweetening sound with audio effects
Adjusting bass
Adding a delay
Adjusting pitch
Adjusting treble
Adding reverb
Adjusting EQ
Simple Parametric EQ
Parametric EQ
Cleaning up noisy audio
Highpass and Lowpass effects
Multi-band compressor effect
Notch effect
Loudness Radar effect

ADDING VIDEO EFFECTS

Working with effects
Fixed effects
The Effects panel
Applying effects
Using adjustment layers
Sending a clip to Adobe After Effects
Master clip effects
Masking and tracking visual effects
Keyframing effects
Adding keyframes
Adding keyframe interpolation and velocity
Effect presets
Using built-in presets
Saving effect presets
Frequently used effects
Image stabilization and rolling shutter reduction
Timecode and Clip Name
Shadow/Highlight
Lens distortion removal
Render all sequences
Render and replace

IMPROVING CLIPS WITH COLOR CORRECTION
AND GRADING

Following a color-oriented workflow
The Color workspace
The Lumetri Color panel
Lumetri Scopes essentials
The Lumetri Scopes panel
An overview of color-oriented effects
Coloring effects
Color removal or replacement
Color correction
Video Limiter
Fixing exposure problems
Underexposed images
Overexposed images
Fixing color balance
Basic white balance (Fast Color Corrector)
Primary color correction
Balancing Lumetri color wheels
Using special color effects
Gaussian Blur
Stylize
Lumetri looks
Creating a look

EXPLORING COMPOSITING TECHNIQUES

What is an alpha channel?
Making compositing part of your projects
Shooting videos with compositing in mind
Essential terminology
Working with the Opacity effect
Keyframing opacity
Combining tracks based on a blend mode
Working with alpha-channel transparencies
Color keying a greenscreen shot
Preprocessing the footage
Using the lntra Key effect
Masking clips
Using mattes that use graphics or other clips

CREATING TITLES

An overview of the Titler window
Mastering video typography essentials
Font choice
Color choice
Kerning
Tracking
Leading
Alignment
Safe title margin
Creating titles
Adding point text
Adding paragraph text
Stylizing text
Changing a title's appearance
Saving custom styles
Creating an Adobe Photoshop graphic or title
Working with shapes and logos
Creating shapes
Adding a graphic
Aligning shapes and logos
Making text roll and crawl
Introducing captions
Using closed captions

MANAGING YOUR PROJECTS

Using the File menu
Using the File menu commands
Making a clip offline
Using the Project Manager
Collecting files and copying them to a new location
Consolidating and transcoding
Rendering and replacing
Using the Link Media panel and the Locate command
Performing the final project management steps
Importing projects or sequences
Managing collaboration
Using the Libraries panel
Managing your hard drives
Additional files

EXPORTING FRAMES, CLIPS, AND SEQUENCES

Overview of export options
Exporting single frames
Exporting a master copy
Matching sequence settings
Choosing another codec
Working with Adobe Media Encoder
Choosing a file format for export
Configuring the export
Using the Source and Output panels
Queuing the export
Additional options in Adobe Media Encoder
Uploading to social media
Exchanging with other editing applications
Exporting a Final Cut Pro XML file
Exporting to OMF
Exporting to AAF

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