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The course contents for this Adobe Premiere Pro Tutorial are as follows:
– Nonlinear Editing Explained
a. Preparing and optimizing your computer
b. 64 bit and Premiere Pro’s requirements
c. Explaining how nonlinear works
2. Setting up your video project
a. Where to store your project
b. Scratch disks
c. Sequence settings
3. Beginning of Editing
a. Layout overview
b. Tool Overview
c. Importing Footage – DV or HDV tape
d. Importing Data Clips
4. Adding Footage to the Timeline
a. Learning about In and Out Points
b. Preview window
c. Playback – Smoothness vs. quality
d. Snap Tool
e. Ripple Delete
5. Video and Audio Transitions
a. Setting up shortcuts
b. Changing the default transitions
c. Adding Transitions, When and when not to
d. Changing the length of transitions
e. Changing the properties of transitions
6. Basic Audio Editing in Premiere Pro
a. Reading the Audio Meter
b. Reading the waveform
c. Rubber bands
e. How to remove clicks or pops
f. Adjusting gain
7. Taking Advantage of Nonlinear
a. Grouping footage
b. Nesting footage
c. Moving Footage
8. Rendering Explained
a. What is rendering?
b. Not needing to render native footage
c. When to render, and when not to render d. How to use the work area bar
e. How to render video
f. How to render audio
9. Importing and Using Different Size Video Clips
a. Changing the size and position of video
b. Copying and pasting attributes
10. Finalizing Your Project
a. Proof and re-proof – Be professional
b. Check edit points and transitions
c. Check for audio peaking
d. Where to include “black” video and why
e. Set the work area bar properly
f. Export to web
g. Export to archive
h. Export to Encore / DVD
After taking this course, you will have will have a sound understanding on How to Use Adobe Premiere Pro.
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|Section 1: My First Section|
1. Grouping footage
2. Nesting footage
3. Moving Footage
1. What is rendering?
1. Changing the size and position of video
2. Copying and pasting attributes
My name is Mike Gentilini, Jr. and I’m the founder and owner of VidMuze. My goal is to bring what video knowledge that I have learned over the years, and make it accessible, easy and fun for you guys and girls to learn and expand your creativity.