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Premiere Introduction is a hands-on instruction book that will introduce you to most of the features of the Adobe Premiere program. You will use both basic and advanced editing tools to edit audio and video clips, to create a complete digital movie.

  • Course Start Date: 2019-03-18
  • Time: 09:00:00 - 16:00:00
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Location: Edmonton
  • Delivery Methods(s): Instructor Led
$325.00
March 18th
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Course Outline

Pre-Requisites

Basic computer concepts/skills and knowledge of Windows

Lessons

Premiere Introduction is a hands-on instruction book that will introduce you to most of the features of the Adobe Premiere program. In this course, you will use both basic and advanced editing tools to edit audio and video clips, to create a complete digital movie.

Course Content

Premiere Pro CS5 Basics

  • Looking at the interface
  • Arranging the workspace
  • Customizing the workspace
  • Optimizing your workflow
Starting a Project
  • Starting a project
  • Specifying project settings
  • Choosing a project preset
  • Saving and opening projects
  • Locating missing and offline files
Capturing & importing footage
  • Understanding capture
  • Capturing DV or HDV vs. digitizing analog
  • Understanding capture options
  • Using the capture panel
  • Choosing capture settings
  • Choosing a capture location
  • Using device control
  • Using playback controls in the capture panel
  • Capturing audio and video
  • Importing files
  • Importing layered Photoshop files
  • Importing still-image sequences
  • Importing projects
  • Importing with adobe bridge CS5
  • Creating a Photoshop file
  • Generating synthetic media
Managing Clips
  • Working with the project panel
  • Working with project panel views
  • Working with icon and link view
  • Selecting items in the project panel
  • Using the preview area of the project panel
  • Organizing clips in bins
  • Creating copies of source clips
  • Finding clips
  • Interpreting footage
  • Unlinking and relinking media
  • Using the project manager
Viewing Clips in the Monitor Panels
  • Using the monitor panels
  • Using the source monitor
  • Opening audio clips
  • Using playback controls
  • Cuing clips numerically
  • Using a monitor€(TM)s time ruler controls
  • Viewing video safe zones
  • Choosing a quality setting
  • Changing the magnification
  • Choosing a display mode
  • Setting waveform and vectorscope
  • Display options
  • Using a reference monitor
  • Ganging the source and program monitors
Creating a Sequence
  • Comparing editing methods
  • Setting in and out points
  • Setting precise audio in and out points
  • Creating subclips
  • Setting clip markers
  • Cuing to and clearing clip markers
  • Specifying source and target tracks
  • Comparing overlay and insert edits
  • Adding clips by dragging
  • Editing with monitor panel controls
  • Three-point editing
  • Four point-editing
  • Performing an edit using
  • Monitor controls
  • Life and extract
  • Storyboard editing
  • Using multiple sequences
  • Nesting sequences
  • Editing multiple-camera footage
Editing in the Timeline
  • Customizing the time ruler
  • Customizing track views
  • Adding, deleting, and renaming tracks
  • Monitoring tracks
  • Locking and unlocking tracks
  • Getting around the timeline
  • Playing the sequence in the timeline
  • Cuing the edits
  • Using sequence markers
  • Selecting clips in the timeline
  • Grouping clips
  • Deleting clips and gaps from the timeline
  • Enabling and disabling clips
  • Splitting clips
  • Cutting, copying, and pasting clips
  • Playing clips at a different speed or
  • in reverse
  • Creating a freeze frame
Refining the Sequence
  • Using the snapping feature
  • Editing by dragging
  • Choosing a trimming method
  • Trimming clips in the timeline
  • Making slip and slide edits
  • Using the trim panel
  • Working with links
  • Breaking and creating links
  • Keeping sync
  • Finding source clips and matching frames
Adding Transitions
  • The effects panel
  • Understanding transition duration
  • And alignment
  • Setting the default transition
  • Applying a transition
  • Using the effect controls panel
  • With transitions
  • Adjusting a transitions duration
  • And alignment
  • Customizing transition settings
Previewing a Sequence
  • Using real-time rendering
  • Rendering the work area
  • Storing preview files
Mixing Audio
  • Planning an audio mix
  • Specifying audio hardware options
  • Converting mono and stereo clips
  • Adjusting a clip€(TM)s gain
  • Creating cross-fades with
  • Audio transitions
  • Viewing audio data in the timeline
  • Using the audio mixer
  • Monitoring tracks in the audio mixer
  • Recording with the audio mixer
  • Mixing 5.1 audio
  • Selecting an automation mode
  • Routing track output
  • Working with sends
  • Adding track effects
  • Specifying audio keyframe optimization
  • Mixing with the audio mixer
Creating Titles
  • The titler
  • Using title templates
  • Viewing the video safe zones
Using Effects
  • Comparing effect types
  • Viewing properties in the effect
  • Controls panel
  • Animating opacity and volume
  • Editing keyframes in the effect
  • Controls panel
Creating Output
  • Exporting a movie file
  • Using the adobe media encoder

 

Cancellation Policy

10 business days cancellation or full course fee will be charged

Training Location

TTC, B-11 Cameron Library
11320-89 Avenue, University of Alberta

Edmonton, Alberta
Canada   

About Technology Training Centre

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Training Provider Rating

This vendor has an overall average rating of 4.38 out of 5 based on 195 reviews.

The course was excellent, the instructor Rachel was great.
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Was a very informative course.
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My payments were taken care of by last minute training with the University of Alberta. The teacher was good, the content was good.
I already completed a survey at the end of the course so not sure why I have to complete another survey on line? LOL
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The information learned in this course will assist me in my current role. Enjoyed the class.
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I would have preferred using the manual given to follow, so I could add my notes to each area as we worked through the course. Unf ... Read more
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I would have preferred using the manual given to follow, so I could add my notes to each area as we worked through the course. Unfortunately all my notes are in the beginning of the book as we, only looked it once, when a student asked what page we were on.

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More useful contents can be fit in and taught in this class definitely.
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Worthwhile training that provided me with the skills needed to use Onenote.
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I had a lot of knowledge on the course I took but I still learned a few new things which is really nice to come out of a course le ... Read more
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I had a lot of knowledge on the course I took but I still learned a few new things which is really nice to come out of a course learning something. Thanks for the informative day. Doreen

Course Reviews

This course has an overall avarage rating of 4.54 out of 5 based on 2 reviews.

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Catherine Williams attended this course Sep 2014

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This is an excellent course for all skill levels! Great instructor - lots of passion and patience for the subject. I went from never using... Read more
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This is an excellent course for all skill levels! Great instructor - lots of passion and patience for the subject. I went from never using Adobe Premiere to making my own videos at home in 2 days! I highly reommend this course!

Jill Blaney attended this course Nov 2013

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He was AWESOME!!!

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