Introduction to Adobe Premiere
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Introduction to Adobe Premiere

Learn how to be a video editor!
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Created by Mike Schreurs
Last updated 10/2016
Price: $30
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  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Setup your project, import footage and create a sequence.
  • Work with photos and resolution.
  • Organize project by understanding importance of your bin.
  • Produce cuts by editing your project.
  • Finesse your cuts by utilizing tools.
  • Insert audio, adjust volume, create audio transitions and work with key frames.
  • Remove audio noises and distractions in Adobe Audition.
  • Correct color in your video with lumetri scopes, vector scopes and color wheels.
  • Render your video to the Web or other locations.
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  • Are you interested in editing film and producing a video? You are in the right place!

Course Summary

Welcome to Introduction to Adobe Premiere. This class will guide you through how to use Adobe Premiere to edit video and get you started applying new skills immediately. This class also provides you example footage for you to use while you go through the class.

Learn basic skills to become an editor and videographer. 

·       Import footage, create sequences, work with photos and organize your bin.

·       Create cuts, edit cuts, and use tools to make basic cuts.

·       Work with audio - adjust volume, create transitions, insert key frames and remove noise          and/or distractions form your video with Adobe Audition.

·       Color correct your video with Lumetri scopes, vector scopes and color wheels.

·       Create titles and color mattes – and learn about safe margins.

·       Render your video for the web and other locations.

·       Questions and answers by a former student.

Adobe Premiere, editing film and producing videos.

Adobe Premiere has gained increased attention in the past decade due to an increase in people wanting to produce videos, documentaries and company branding images. Adobe Premiere is developed for beginner, intermediate and advanced video editors and those wanting to become a video editor or videographer. Adobe Premiere has been used in major Hollywood productions down to amateur projects

By learning the basics of Adobe Premiere, you will be able to produce new, stimulating, exciting videos! Knowing how to properly set up your project, create and edit simple sequences, then add photos and music will have you editing in no time!

This class is also a great for those of you switching platforms or coming from non-linear environments (NLE) such as Final Cut Pro and Avid Media Composer.

This class is taught by a Mike Schreurs, a professional videographer who has been using Adobe Premiere his entire career. His experience is shared along with his useful way of teaching that is non-intimidating.

Who is the target audience?
  • This class is for those who want to become an editor.
  • This class is for those who want to create a company training video.
  • This class is for those transitioning from non-linear software such as Final Cut Pro.
  • This class is not for advanced editors or those who want to learn advanced skills. I have another class for that.
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Curriculum For This Course
41 Lectures
Section 1: Introduction to Adobe Premiere
3 Lectures 02:20

Welcome to my class on Adobe Premiere. This video introduces you to my course and a little background about me.

Preview 00:35

This preview will offer what this course is about, how I will teach you, the goals for this course, why this course is unique, who should take this course, and some important terms.

Preview 01:33

I conclude this section with a review.

Preview 00:12
Section 2: Setup
6 Lectures 25:30

Here I will introduce you to what will be covered in Section 2.

Preview 00:14

I start here with opening Adobe Premiere and walking you through the various settings that are important to understand when setting up your project.

Preview 05:54

This is what you have been waiting for! I will teach you how to import footage and create sequences!

Preview 04:58

Photo are fun to add, but resolution can be tricky. Here I will show you how to work with both photos and resolution.

Work with Photos and Resolution

As you develop your project, your bin will increase with files. It is important to understand how to organize your bin. Here, I will show you how and make some suggestions.

Importance of your Bin

Section 3: Editing
4 Lectures 18:15

Here I will introduce you to Section 3 - Editing!

Introduction to Section 3

Making cuts is super exciting! I will show you a few different ways to cut your work and create your video.

Making Cuts

There are many tools to use to finesse your cuts. Here I will review the purpose of each tool, how to access each tool, and how to use each tool.

Tools for Editing

A review helps conclude the section.

Section 4: Audio
6 Lectures 35:49

Audio can make or break a video. This is an introduction to audio. I review what will be covered in this section.

Introduction to Section 4

Volume can be made within a clip and across an entire clip. Here I will show you how to affect the volume for an entire clip.

Audio Volume

Transitions between clips are important to learn so your story offers a smooth flow. Here I will teach you how to do that.

Audio Transitions

Key frames allow you to adjust volume within a clip. Here I will show you how to do that.

Audio Key Frames

Adobe Audition can be complex to use, but I will show you some basic skills that will help you reduce and or eliminate unwanted noises or distractions in your audio.

Adobe Audition

I conclude this section here.

Section 5: Video - Color Correcting
5 Lectures 24:26
Introduction to Section 5

Lumetri Scopes

Vector Scopes

Color Wheels

Section 6 - Titles
5 Lectures 11:17
Introduction to Section 6

Create a Title

Safe Margins

Color Mattes

Section 7: Rendering
3 Lectures 10:47
Introduction to Section 7

Here we will learn what is rendering, how to render, and how to publish your video to the Web and other locations.


Section 8: Questions and Answers
8 Lectures 13:38
Introduction to Section 8

Question 1 - My panel disappeared. Where did it go and how do I get it back?

Question 2 - How do you move footage to the timeline?

Question 3 - What are the color bars on the timeline?

Question 4 - Why is the scaling not working?

Question 5 - What are the black bars around my video?

Question 6 - How do I make rolling credits at the end like the movies?

Section 8: Conclusion of Course
1 Lecture 00:48
Conclusion of Course
About the Instructor
Mike Schreurs
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Hi. My name is Mike Schreurs and I have been a professional editor and videographer for 8 years. I have used Adobe Premiere to produce videos and documentaries my entire career. I am well versed in filming, editing, programming, and publishing video productions. I have worked with some really cool people and have learned from them all! I am super excited to offer this course on Adobe Premiere. Often, learning new software can be daunting and overwhelming. I have worked really hard to develop a class that helps slow down the panic. With my step by step process, I help you get started and can’t wait to see what you produce!