Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Learn Video Editing In Premiere Pro
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- The process to complete a video editing project start to finish
- Use the many different Premiere Pro panel windows
- Importing media & create custom sequence presets for different resolutions
- File organization & workflows for efficient & professional video editing
- Edit footage, images, music & audio together across multiple editing tracks
- The basics of color correction and color grading
- Create text titles, effects and lower third titles
- How to speed up Premiere Pro CC with proxies to fix lag
- Various video editing frame rates, resolutions & aspect ratios
- Keyboard shortcuts to edit videos more efficiently
- How to work with slow motion footage & how to speed ramp
- How to get smooth and nice looking skin tones with color correction
- How to use masks to create a mask wipe transition
- Professional video editing terms & definitions
- Finalize & export media using custom presets
- Download & install a free trial of Adobe Premiere Pro off of Adobe's website, or purchase a license from Adobe.
**Updated - New lessons & Now includes footage, images & music to download for editing practice**
Get started with Adobe Premiere Pro CC today and learn how to video edit!
Over 12,300 students have enrolled in this class so far with more than 1,300 reviews and a rating of 4.5/5 stars!
This 3.5 hour course is an introduction into video editing using Adobe Premiere Pro CC. It will take you from the very beginning of opening Premiere Pro CC and learning the various panel windows to editing clips, performing audio work, color correction, creating sequence presets, titles, keyboard shortcuts, exporting and much more!
This Adobe Premiere Pro CC For Beginners course Includes:
3.5 hours of content covering a wide range of functions within Premiere Pro CC
Step by step instruction on how to import, setup projects and sequences, organize files, work with footage and audio, color correct, work with slow motion footage, fix laggy footage, create text titles, add effects, export media, and much more!
Several .PDF attachments to learn from
Downloadable footage and music to practice with
Questions and answers section where you can ask any questions you have!
Your instructor for this course is Will Bartlett. He has been professionally editing since 2004, and is the founder of an established video production company based out of Toronto. Over the years Will has edited well over 1000 projects for several hundred clients, and has trained over 100,000+ students across his 10+ video editing and motion graphics courses.
Our team will be available to answer any questions you may have, as well as help you with any issues you may come across while making your way through the course!
Even if you don’t have Adobe Premiere Pro CC you can still take advantage of this course by downloading a free trial from Adobe, off their website. All you need to do is create a free account with them, it only takes a couple minutes, and then you can downloading and start using Premiere Pro CC.
Enroll today and get started with Premiere Pro CC, Adobe's professional video editing program to create engaging visual and audio stories!
- This Premiere Pro video editing course is meant for beginners who want to learn how to edit. No prior video editing knowledge is required.
- This course is also for people who may be already familiar with editing, but wants to make the switch to Premiere Pro.
- This course is NOT for a professional Video Editor who already knows how to use Premiere Pro.
In this first introduction lesson, you will learn a little bit about your instructor Will Bartlett as well as some main points that this course will focus on.
In this lesson you'll learn what the welcome screen looks like and how to create a new project. We'll go over where projects are saved and how to open Premiere Pro in order to start editing.
Everyone edits differently and utilizing workspaces in Premiere Pro is a great way to start developing the way you prefer to edit. In this lesson you'll learn how to size panels and position them in a unique way in order to create a custom editing workspace.
In this lesson you will learn how to optimize Premiere Pro in order to become as efficient as possible when editing. We will explore the preferences tab inside Premiere Pro in order to optimize your settings such as enabling the auto-save feature.
**In a newer release, they've changed where the audio settings for importing as mono are; they are now in the 'timeline' tab in Premiere Pro preferences. I recommend importing all audio files as mono. This way, for example, if you are importing audio from a recording device such as the H6, or from a camera that has recorded a different mic in each channel, you'll be able to have each channel of audio on it's own mono track, instead of both channels being in 1 stereo track, which can be a pain to edit and make changes to.**
We've included some footage, music and images for you to practice editing with. Please find the downloadable content called "Premiere Pro For Beginners Assets.zip". To practice with dialogue content, use your smart phone or computer to record yourself speaking a short sentence. Then import it into Premiere Pro and place it on an audio track layer. (Please scroll down if you can't locate the download resources button)
In order to start editing, you will need to bring clips into your timeline. In this lesson we'll show you how to add clips to your newly created sequence.
This lesson will cover how to add more production value to your edits by creating text titles. In the latest version of Premiere Pro, they have updated how to create titles, but you can still follow along with this course and create titles by going into Premiere Pro: File: New: Legacy Titles.
In this lesson you'll learn how to create a mask wipe transition in Premiere Pro CC!
In this lesson, the instructor shows you how to use a new feature in Premiere Pro to automatically re-frame footage to different frame sizes, such as going from horizontal 1920x1080 to vertical 1080x1920. It's a great tool to know and has other features as well.