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Premiere Pro CS6

Premiere Pro CS6

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Premiere Pro CS6

4 Sessions -
9 Hours of Interactive Training

If you are chasing down a career in video and audio production, having a working knowledge of Adobe's Premiere Pro CS6 software is key. This course will teach you how to effectively use the new Premiere Pro CS6 software, allowing you to edit video and audio more effectively and efficiently. LearnKey expert Ryan James will teach you how to customize the program, helping your workflow fly. He will also teach you how to use the new interface and how to manage and view assets in the project panel. Plus, learn how to fix video with the Three-Way Color Correction Tool.

Benefits
  • Learn how to navigate and master the new interface
  • Learn how to manage and view assets in the project panel
  • Learn how to fix video with the Three-Way Color Correction Tool

About The Author
Ryan James absolutely loves his job teaching students about digital media, and it shows. He brings a wealth of knowledge from his time in industry, his own media company, and over 8 years in the classroom. To him nothing is as rewarding as seeing students engaged and motivated while learning a job worthy skill. He has won numerous awards and has taught at countless conferences and workshops.

Session 1

Section A: Intellectual Property

  • Introduction
  • Basic Copyright Definition
  • Fair Use Doctrine
  • Fair Use Guidelines in Education
  • Derivative Works, Release Forms
  • Image Release
  • Public Domain

Section B: Project Concept

  • Project Purpose
  • What a Client Wants, Target Audience
  • Age, Occupation, Gender
  • Education, Residence, Culture
  • Income, Computer Literacy
  • Project Scope
  • Deadlines, Deliverables, and Needs
  • Project Genre, Concept

Section C: Production Process

  • Production Process Overview
  • Preproduction, Production
  • Postproduction Process

Section D: Preproduction

  • Treatment, Synopsis, Premise
  • Script
  • Three-Act Structure
  • Character Development
  • Shooting Script, Shot List, Scheduling
  • Budget and Schedule, Conclusion

Section E: Production

  • Production Plan
  • Storyboarding
  • Rule of Thirds
  • Camera Shots
  • Extreme Shots
  • Depth of Field, Over the Shoulder, Cross
  • Point-of-View Shot
  • Angle of View
  • Camera Moves
  • Zoom
  • Closing Shot
  • Shooting Fundamentals, Production Log
  • Coverage, Continuity, Cuts, and Cutaways
  • A-Roll and B-Roll

Section F: Postproduction

  • Postproduction Overview
  • Editing, Sound Elements
  • Editing Terms
  • Credits, Exporting

Session 2

Section A: Understanding the Interface

  • Windows, Monitors, Timeline
  • Project Window, Workspace
  • Customize Workspace, Timecode
  • Introduction to Titles
  • Capture Panel, Preferences
  • Effects Panel
  • Tools Panel

Section B: Building a Slideshow

  • New Project
  • Sequence Settings
  • Import Video, Arranging Assets
  • Move Clip, Sizing a Still Image
  • Animation
  • Adjusting Keyframes, Interpolation
  • Audio
  • Transitions

Session 3

Section A: Compositing Basics

  • Import Clips
  • Drag and Drop in Timeline
  • Trim Clips and JKL
  • Lift, Extract, and Delete Clips
  • Trimming in Source Monitor
  • Insert and Overwrite Edits
  • Adding B-Roll Footage
  • Freeze Frame

Section B: The Interview

  • Warp Stabilizer and Nested Sequences
  • Transition on Sequence
  • Insert Edit in Project Window
  • Add Text
  • Point and Paragraph Text
  • Path Text and Effects for Text or Shapes
  • Picking Fonts and Safe Areas
  • Add Effects
  • Applying Effects
  • Term Compositing and Opacity Keyframes

Section C: Nested Sequences and Titles

  • Lower Thirds and Import PSD File
  • Animating Text
  • Text Dissolve
  • Nested Sequence Effects and Clip Speed

Section D: Lower Thirds

  • Proper Lower Third Information
  • Rolling Credit
  • Crawling Text
  • Enhancing Crawling Text

Session 4

Section A: Picture in Picture

  • Working with Picture in Picture
  • Effects in PiP, Basic 3D Effect
  • Closing Shot
  • Graphics Logo, Effects for Graphics
  • Graphics Effects, Adjusting Keyframes

Section B: Adding Audio

  • Importing, Working with Audio
  • Adjusting Audio Basics
  • Adjusting Audio in Keyframes
  • Audio Crossfades
  • Audio Narration
  • Rendering Audio and Video
  • Nested Sequence
  • Adjustment Layers

Section C: Chroma Key

  • Working with Chroma Key
  • Ultra Key
  • Changing Speed
  • Time Remapping

Section D: Cuts-Only Editing

  • Storyboard in Project Panel
  • Rough Cut in Project Window
  • Preliminary Cut
  • Tools for Trimming
  • Ripple Tool
  • Rolling Edit
  • Slip and Slide Tools, Trim Monitor
  • Benefits of Cuts-Only Editing
  • J and L Cut
  • Adding a Sound Effect
  • Audio Mixer, Narration

Section E: Export Media

  • Export Media, File Formats
  • Export Settings
  • Export a Frame or Range
  • Export a Batch
  • Export Clip, Multiple Playback
  • Metadata, Web-Ready