Premiere Pro CC 2017 Essential Training Video Tutorial with Exercise Files

Get started with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017. This beginning-level course takes you through the basic ins and outs of Premiere Pro CC 2017. Using a project-based approach, senior staff author Ashley Kennedy teaches editing by blending technical and aesthetic instruction. She begins by taking you on a tour of the interface, and then goes through the entire post-production process-including ingest, organization, editing, refining, audio editing, basic effects, color correction, titling, output, and more.

00 – Introduction
Using the exercise files
What version of Premiere Pro CC does this course cover
A brief overview of the video post-production workflow
01 – What’s New?
Using this chapter
What’s new (April 2017.1) v. 11
02 – Getting to Know Adobe Premiere Pro
Launching Adobe Premiere Pro and starting a project
Taking a tour of the Adobe Premiere Pro interface
03 – Setting Up and Organizing your Media
Starting from scratch: importing media using the Media Browser
Importing card-based media
Organizing assets into bins
Performing searches and creating search bins
04 – Basic Editing
Playing, marking, and subclipping shots to prepare for editing
Setting up a sequence
Performing insert edits to build the sequence
Moving clips and swapping shots
Removing material and performing basic trims
Overwriting broll and performing three-point edits
05 – Refining the edit: Using Trim Tools
Trimming shot length using the Ripple Edit tool
Adjusting transitions using the Rolling Edit tool
Changing clip content and position: Slipping and sliding edits
06 – Additional Editing and Organizational Techniques
Performing replace edits
Using markers for organization
Understanding track monitoring and locking
Using the History panel to undo and redo actions
Customizing the keyboard
Modifying buttons on the user interface
07 – Basic Audio Editing
Understanding audio channel configuration
Making audio gain and volume adjustments
Keyframing audio and adding audio cross dissolves
Fixing out-of-sync audio in the timeline
Syncing video to audio in double system sound workflow
08 – Working with Stills and Graphics
Working with stills in a video environment
Animating stills
09 – Working with Effects
Using basic motion effects to create a picture-in-picture
Applying and modifying transition effects
Applying, modifying, and saving video effects
Keyframing effects over time
Applying effects to adjustment layers and nests
Adding effects to master clips
Understanding rendering options in Adobe Premiere Pro
10 – Manipulating Clip Speed
Creating freeze frames and stills
Performing fit-to-fill editing to force specific speed changes
Changing speed with the Rate Stretch tool and Speed/Duration window
11 – Basic Color Correction
Color correction: looking with your eyes
Using automatic and basic color correction tools
Following a proper color correction workflow using the Lumetri Color toolset
12 – Working with Titles
Using the Graphics Titler
Doing more with the Graphics Titler
13 – Sharing and Exporting
Exporting your project
Batch exporting with Adobe Media Encoder
14 – Conclusion
Looking at the finished project in full
Next steps
Exercise Files

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