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Premiere Pro CC Training Videos


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 •  Format: DVD or Download
 •  Duration: 18.25 Hours (128 lessons)
 •  Instructor: Jeff Sengstack
 •  Platform: Windows PC or Mac
 •   Date Released 03-06-2013

In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC training course, expert author Jeff Sengstack teaches you how to import video, edit it, add effects and transitions, and then export your video projects. You will learn the tools and techniques that Premiere Pro has to offer you, and how to apply them to everyday editing scenarios. Designed for the absolute beginner, no previous editing experience is required in order for you to get the most out of this Premier Pro CC tutorial.

You will start with the basics in Premier CC. Step by step, Jeff introduces you to the different tools you will use in your video editing, and how to apply them. Extensive working files are included with this video tutorial, allowing you to follow along with each lesson using the same files the author does. Some of the topics you will learn about are; importing and managing assets, adding and arranging clips, trimming, adding transitions, working with video effects, the use of layering, animating clips, using the titler, audio edits and effects, and of course, how to export your finished project.

By the time you have completed this Adobe Premiere Pro CC video tutorial, with over 18 hours of lessons, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the tools and techniques available to you in this video editing software. You will be able to apply what you have learned to your own projects, and create outstanding movies for professional or personal use!

Benefits of this Software Training:
 •  Tuition by expert tutors.
 •  Narrated training videos demonstrate the key tools and professional techniques
        helping you to work faster and smarter.
 •  Learning is fast as the trainers guide you using simplistic terms and minimal jargon.
 •  Personal Tutoring - Step-by-step video training from your own desktop.
        Delivered via DVD/CD training or online tuition.
 •  The tutor transfers knowledge to you quickly and effectively.
 •  All the concepts of each application are explained clearly and precisely.
 •  Course works on PC and Mac.
 •  Alternative to a boring book or manual and expensive training courses,
        seminars and amp; classes.
 •  Jump to and from lessons - learn at your own pace.
 •  The visual and practical nature shortens the learning curve compared to standard
        training manuals.


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00. Free Videos From This Course Course Outline About Jeff Sengstack Using Adobe Prelude In The Production Workflow Starting And Opening Projects And Syncing With The Cloud Creating and Using Sub-Clips Detecting Duplicate Frames And Clips Source Patching And Track Targeting Audio Auto-Align Comparing CS6 And CC Transition Timeline Displays Applying SpeedGrade Lumetri Effect Exporting To SpeedGrade Performing Multi-Camera Editing Matching The Motion Of An Object Within A Clip Importing Or Adding Closed Captions To Projects Working With Nested Sequences Editing A Nested Sequence From The Source Monitor Adjusting Audio Volume And Panning In The Timeline Normalizing Audio And Making Sample-Level Edits Checking Out Noise Removal And Other Effects Working With The Audio Clip Mixer Exporting A Sequence, Clip Or Frame 01. Introduction 0101 Course Outline 0102 An Overview Of Adobe Premiere Pro 0103 Combining Premiere Pro CS6 And CC Lessons 0104 Setting Up The Exercise Files 0105 Re-linking To Assets 02. Explaining The Video Production Workflow 0201 An Overview Of The Entire Workflow 0202 Shooting Footage - Video Shooting Tips And Techniques 0203 Getting A Feel For Non-Linear Editing 0204 Importing Assets - Getting Video And Files Into A Computer 0205 Editing Video - What It Is All About 0206 Exporting Projects And Files - Sharing Your Finished Work 0207 Using Adobe Prelude In The Production Workflow 03. Getting Started 0301 Optimizing Your Hardware 0302 Starting And Opening Projects And Syncing With The Cloud 0303 Adjusting Premiere Pro Preferences And Other Settings 0304 Navigating Within The Workspace 0305 Customizing Your Workspace 0306 Customizing Your Monitors 04. Importing, Capturing, And Managing Assets 0401 Moving Video Files From Camcorder To Computer 0402 Capturing Video From Tape 0403 Extracting Video Files From DVDs 0404 Importing Video And Other Assets 0405 Using The Media Browser To View And Import Assets 0406 Managing And Viewing Assets In The Project Panel 0407 Creating and Using Sub-Clips 05. Adding And Arranging Clips On A Single Audio/Video Pair Of Tracks 0501 Comparing CS6 And CC Timeline Features 0502 Explaining Why We Use Only One Set Of Tracks 0503 Creating A New Sequence 0504 Adding, Inserting And Arranging Clips In A Sequence 0505 Using Keyboard Modifiers When Editing A Sequence 0506 Detecting Duplicate Frames And Clips 06. Trimming And Adjusting Clips 0601 Trimming Clips In Advance - Project Panel And Source Monitor 0602 Using The Trim Edit Tool 0603 Editing With The Ripple And Rolling Edit Tools 0604 Performing Slip, Slide And Split Edits 0605 Using The Trim Mode And Trim Monitor 07. Making Specialized Edits 0701 Adding Cutaways 0702 Editing Wide And Tight 0703 Using Markers To Create Matched-Action Edits 0704 Exporting And Creating Still Frames 0705 Changing Time - Slow, Fast And Reverse Motion 0706 Audio Auto-Align 0707 Source Patching And Track Targeting 08. Adding Video And Audio Transitions 0801 Comparing CS6 And CC Transition Timeline Displays 0802 Trying Out Some Video Transitions 0803 Explaining Video Transition Properties 0804 Applying And Replacing Video Transitions 0805 Adjusting Video Transitions 0806 Using Some Specialized Transitions 0807 Applying And Adjusting Audio Transitions 09. Working With Video Effects 0901 Comparing CS6 And CC Video Effect Timeline Displays 0902 Making Sense Of The Numerous Video Effects 0903 Trying Out Some Video Effects 0904 Managing Video Effects 0905 Adjusting Effect Properties 0906 Animating Effects Using Key Frames 0907 Copying, Pasting And Moving Key Frames 0908 Adjusting Temporal Key Frame Interpolation 10. Checking Out Video Effect Categories And Specialized Effects 1001 Blurring And Sharpening Clips 1002 Distorting Clips 1003 Stylizing Clips 1004 Using Generate Effects 1005 Using The Lighting, Lightning And Lens Flare Effects 1006 Stabilizing Shaky Shots With The Warp Stabilizer 11. Performing Color Correction 1101 Understanding The Color Correction Workflow 1102 Organizing Our Recommended Color Correction Effects 1103 Taking A Look At Scopes 1104 Adjusting Tonality - Brightness And Contrast 1105 Adjusting Color 1106 Using Secondary Color Correction Techniques 1107 Using The Tint Effect 1108 Applying SpeedGrade Lumetri Effect 1109 Exporting To SpeedGrade 12. Introducing Compositing - Layering 1201 Understanding How Compositing Works 1202 Layering Graphics, Video Clips And Backgrounds 1203 Working With Various Motion Effects To Composite Clips 1204 Using A Nested Sequence And The Picture-In-A-Picture Technique 1205 Creating A Looping, Animated Background 1206 Using Opacity And Blending Modes 1207 Working With Layered Photoshop Files 1208 Performing Multi-Camera Editing 13. Animating Motion Effects 1301 Animating Clips And Still Images With The Motion Effect 1302 Smoothing Motion By Adjusting Bezier Curves 1303 Matching The Motion Of An Object Within A Clip 14. Using Keying Effects 1401 Taking A Look At Keying Effects 1402 Trying Out Three Keying Effects 1403 Using The Ultra Key Effect 1404 Putting An Actor, Multiple Times, In A Single Scene 15. Specialized Compositing Methods 1501 Using Adjustment Layers 1502 Understanding The Track Matte Key Effect 1503 Highlighting Part Of A Clip 1504 Importing Or Adding Closed Captions To Projects 1505 Working With Nested Sequences 1506 Editing A Nested Sequence From The Source Monitor 16. Working With The Titler 1601 The Importance Of Supers 1602 Starting With A Template 1603 Building Text From Scratch 1604 Using Text Styles 1605 Adding And Adjusting Text Properties 1606 Adding Graphics, Images, And Textures To Titles 1607 Making Text Roll Or Crawl 1608 Creating Shapes And Using The Pen Tool 1609 Using Digital Juice Ready2Go Animated Title Templates 17. Introducing Audio Editing 1701 Explaining Audio Editing 1702 Adding Audio To A Sequence 1703 Adjusting Audio Volume And Panning In The Effect Controls Panel 1704 Adjusting Audio Volume And Panning In The Timeline 1705 Breaking Out Multi-Channel Clips Into Mono Clips 18. Making Specialized Audio Edits 1801 Using Audio From One Clip On Another Clip 1802 Making J- And L-Cut Audio Edits 1803 Normalizing Audio And Making Sample-Level Edits 19. Working With Audio Effects 1901 Checking Out Audio Effects 1902 Working With Channel-Oriented Effects 1903 Using Frequency And Pitch Control Effects 1904 Applying Delay-Oriented Effects 1905 Checking Out Noise Removal And Other Effects 20. Using The Audio Track And Clip Mixer 2001 Comparing CS6 And CC Audio Mixers 2002 Working With The Audio Clip Mixer 2003 Controlling And Automating Track Volume And Panning 2004 Using Audio Effects In The Mixer 2005 Recording A Narration Or Other Audio 2004 Outputting Tracks To Submix Tracks 21. Exporting A Project 2101 Explaining The Export Workflow 2102 Going Over Export Format Options 2103 Exporting A Sequence, Clip Or Frame 2104 Additional Resources 22. Wrap-up 2201 About Jeff Sengstack 2202 Digital Juice Acknowledgement