Adobe Premiere Pro

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Level Basic
Certificate
Abbreviation Pr Pro

Course Description

Adobe Premiere Pro is used by professionals across the world for every type of production from business & marketing videos, music videos to documentaries, feature films.

This course is designed to enable you to utilize Adobe Premiere Pro for video editing projects for social media, websites, product demonstrations to corporate videos and other promotional or educational purposes and to get your idea and message across with maximum impact using the powerful and flexible video editing capabilities of the software.

 

COURSE PREREQUISITES

  • Good computer knowledge
  • Basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop or any image processing program

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, trainees should be able to:

  • Understand the Adobe Premiere interface, video workflows and digital video formats
  • Set up and manage a project and import and organize media
  • Edit video, audio and other media content proficiently
  • Master the essentials of video editing
  • Add video effects, transitions, titles and video generators to enhance your video
  • Put clips in motion and add video effects
  • Edit and mix audio
  • Improve clips with color correction
  • Export frames, clips, and sequences
  • Complete a short promotional video or short film
  • Use Adobe Dynamic Link to finalise video content and prepare it for DVD authoring and/or web, TV and mobile outputs

Target Attendence

Aspiring video artists, filmmakers and graphic artists looking to gain an understanding of Adobe Premiere Pro.

Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro
Importing Assets
Digital video formats and standards
Video Editing Tools & Techniques
Creating & Adding Titles
Working with Effects & Transitions
Stabilizing Footage
Chroma Keying
Introduction to Motion
Audio Mixing
Adding Graphic
Color Correction
Exporting Finished Video
Final Project
OVERVIEW

Adobe Premiere Pro is the industry-leading non-linear editing program for filmmakers, television broadcasters, journalists and videographers.


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