**Updated - Now includes footage, images & music to download for editing practise**
Get started with Adobe Premiere Pro today and learn how to video edit!
This 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 together, audio work, color correction, creating sequence presets, titles, keyboard shortcuts, exporting and much more!
Your instructor for this course is Will Bartlett. He has been professionally editing since 2004. He is the founder of an established video production company in Toronto and has edited well over 1000 projects.
Our team will be available to answer any questions 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 30 day trial from Adobe, on their website. All you need to do is create a free account with them, it only takes a minute and you will then be able to start downloading Premiere Pro.
Get started now with Adobe's video editing program today to create engaging visual and audio stories!
In this first introduction lesson, you will learn a little bit about your instructor as well as some main points that this course will focus on.
In this article, you will find information for your reference on how to keep a professional folder structure when video editing.
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.
In this lesson we'll discuss the various panels inside Premiere Pro. You'll learn which panel windows are used most often and what they do.
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.
We've included some footage, music and images for you to practise editing with. Please find the downloadable content called "FilesForLearning.zip". To practise with dialogue content, use your smart phone or device to record yourself speaking. Then import it into Premiere Pro and place it on an audio track layer.
This lesson will discuss the importance of backing up footage.
Folder structure is vital to professional editing. Without a proper folder structure, many problems can occur. In this lecture we discuss how to setup a professional folder structure on your hard drive and why organization is so important.
In this lecture we will discuss a few different resolutions.
This lecture will explain what a sequence is.
In this lecture you'll learn how to create custom sequence presets to work with different resolutions of footage.
This lecture will teach you how to import files into Premiere pro. You will also learn how maintain an organized folder structure inside Premiere as well.
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 lecture will go over everything you need to know about the track layers in a sequence to get started in video editing.
In this lesson we will discuss how to work with audio inside Premiere Pro.
Find out how to change the playback quality and why it can be of use.
In this lesson you will learn what picking selects means and why it's useful.
In this lecture we walk you through everything in the source panel window.
Moving clips around and trimming them in your sequence is essential to completing an edit. Learn how to trim clips and reposition them in this lecture.
In this lecture you will learn a powerful and fast way to edit clips to music using markers.
Learn the effect controls panel window in this lecture.
In this lecture, we will discuss how to use the rate stretch tool to speed up and slowdown media.
In this lesson you will learn how to use and apply transitions in your edits.
This lecture will discuss how to render previews inside Premiere Pro.
This lesson will cover how to add more production value to your edits by creating text titles.
In this lecture you will learn how to work with titles in your sequence
Color mattes are a great way to add more production value to your video edit. In this lesson learn how to create color mattes inside Premiere Pro.
Audio keyframes can be very powerful to reduce or boost audio, learn how to apply them in this lesson.
When you have dialogue in your edit, dipping the audio is necessary. This lecture will focus on how to dip your music in order for the dialogue to come through.
In this lecture you will learn what the audio track mixer is and how it can be utilized.
This lesson talks about working with audio plugins in Premiere Pro.
In this lecture we discuss color labels to keep your edits organized.
Nesting is a very powerful feature. This lesson will explain what nesting is and how it can be used to be more efficient.
This lesson will focus on how to create lower third titles.
In this lecture we give an example of how to frame hold showcasing why it's useful.
Keyboard shortcuts increase productivity and in this course you will learn the different tools inside Premiere Pro as well as many useful keyboard shortcuts.
In this lesson we will discuss color correction and how you can utilize it to match clips together.
This lecture focuses on color grading, what it is and how it's different from color correction.
In this lesson we discuss the final things you should do before exporting your video editing project.
In this lecture you will learn to set in and out points and how to export media from inside Premiere Pro.
This lesson focuses on how to create export presets to render your media out at different resolutions.
Batch exporting can save you a lot of time if you have to export multiple files, in this learn you will learn how to batch export.
In this lecture you will learn how to create a low resolution client reference file with timecode.
We will discuss a few final thoughts to end the course.
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