A300 – Premiere Pro CC AdvancedDownload Course Outline
Title: Premiere Pro CC Advanced A300; 2 Days, Instructor-led
This 3-day course provides a thorough overview of the interface, tools, features, and production flow for using Premiere Pro. The course is an ideal combination of instructor-led demonstration and hands-on practice for getting to know this revolutionary nonlinear video-editing application. You will perform basic editing functions while familiarizing yourself with the user interface, and you will learn to use Premiere Pro’s powerful real-time video and audio editing tools to give you precise control over virtually every aspect of your production.
At Course Completion:
Audience & Prerequisites: Professionals interested in creating videos using Adobe Premiere Pro and the applications that connect to it Practical working knowledge of Mac OS X or Windows • Introduction to Premiere Pro CC class or equivalent experience is recommended.
Course Outline Details: Lesson 1: Working In Adobe Creative Cloud • The “planning to playback” video-production workflow • Learning the role of each component in the suite • Working with media files in video production • Real-time playback and editing Lesson 2: Streamlines production tasks with Prelude • An overview of Prelude panels • Creating your workspace • Build new transcode presets with Media Encoder (Apple ProRes for Macintosh) • Ingesting with or without transcode and backup • Logging with speech transcript with Premiere Pro • Logging with comments and sub clips • Using unassociated metadata with comments • Viewing your work in the list view • Creating your rough-cut • Taking it to Premiere Pro Lesson 3: Adobe Story • Overview of Adobe Story • Building a new project • Creating a film script and the basic film script page elements • Auto tagging • Script-to-screen workflow • Better speech analysis with Adobe Story scripts • Workflow for movies without a script • Types of script templates • Creating a schedule from a script • Generate Reports from a schedule (3 allowed in Adobe Story free) • Creating scene and dialog numbers automatically • Benefits for moving to Adobe Story Plus • iOS based Adobe Story app Lesson 4: Metadata in Premiere Pro • About the Metadata panel and XMP • Using clip metadata and file metadata • Creating schema • Clip vs file properties • Link clip data to XMP metadata in the Metadata panel • Searching metadata Lesson 5: The Bridge with Premiere Pro • An overview Adobe Bridge • Naming and managing your media files • Navigating and previewing your media • Working with your metadata • Making metadata templates and applying them • Searching metadata • Searching with filters • Metadata panels: Bridge compared to Premiere Pro • File info to see it all • Building collections • Compact mode benefit Lesson 6: Creating A Basic Edit (review) • About Adobe Premiere Pro • Creating a new project in Adobe Premiere Pro • Importing footage and other media using the Media Browser • Understanding the Project panel • Interpreting Footage • Creating bins • Viewing your footage • About sub clips • Creating the first sequence • Working in the timeline • Working with audio • Refining your story • Using Markers • Using Snap • Finishing Your Rough Edit Lesson 7: Advanced Editing Techniques (review) • Versioning your edit • Adding transitions • Creating effects in Adobe Premiere Pro • Keying and compositing green screen footage • Adding titles with the Adobe Premiere Pro Title tool • Stabilizing footage with the Warp Stabilizer • Rendering your timeline Lesson 8: Creating Titles • Building templates using Premiere Title tool and Photoshop • Creating a Roll with text and images • Creating a Crawl with text and images • Building and animating titles using Photoshop • Document size vs layer size for Photoshop layered imports • Building and animating titles using After Effects Lesson 9: Creating Basic Motion Graphics and Visual Effects • Understanding the After Effects user interface • Using Dynamic Link: from Adobe Premiere Pro to After Effects • Using RAM Preview • Working with text and animation presets in After Effects • Using Dynamic Link: from After Effects to Adobe Premiere Pro • Creating a motion graphic with Adobe After Effects • Creating a new composition • Working with layers Lesson 10: Premiere Pro workflow into After Effects without Dynamic Link • Monitoring audio • Audio Transitions • Audio Effects • Audio on the clip vs the timeline • Understanding audio track types: standard, 5.1, Adaptive, Mono, Submix • Understanding the Audio Tools in Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition • Audio clip editing in Adobe Premiere Pro • Audio clip editing in Adobe Audition • Multitrack mixing and finishing in Adobe Audition • Audio track editing in Adobe Audition • Creating the final audio mix Lesson 11: Working With Audio • Monitoring audio • Audio Transitions • Audio Effects • Audio on the clip vs the timeline • Understanding audio track types: standard, 5.1, Adaptive, Mono, Submix • Understanding the Audio Tools in Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition • Audio clip editing in Adobe Premiere Pro • Audio clip editing in Adobe Audition • Multitrack mixing and finishing in Adobe Audition • Audio track editing in Adobe Audition • Creating the final audio mix Lesson 12: Color Correction • Color-oriented workflow • The basics of color correction • Using scopes • 3-way color corrector • Primary color correction • Secondary color correction • Using Photoshop and After Effects to color correct Lesson 13: Finishing Grading with SpeedGrade • Sending Premiere Pro to SpeedGrade • Apply color grading • Render out content • Special tools and workflows • Using a clip from SpeedGrade in Adobe Premiere Pro Lesson 14: Managing Your Projects (review) • The Project menu • Using the Project Manager • Final project management steps Lesson 15: Rendering, And Outputting (review) • Understanding compression and other factors for exporting files • Overview of export options • Exporting single frames • Exporting a master copy • About Adobe Media Encoder • Rendering your compositions in After Effects