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Premiere Pro 2 Training

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Overview:

Premiere Pro is the hugely popular video editing software, which is used in a whole host of workplaces across the world. If you hope to work with digital content using Premiere Pro 2 then this Premiere Pro 2 course is an absolute must, and will get you up to speed with this incredibly usedful video editing application. During this excellent course you will learn how to easily produce a video and have it look like it was cut by a professional with this comprehensive video training series for the latest version of Premiere Pro. This Premier Pro 2 course is taught by filmmaker and noted author, Jacob Rosenberg, who will take you through the extensive capabilities of the most scalable, efficient, and precise editing tool for HD, SD, DV, and Film. Gain the essential skills needed to work with Premiere Pro 2 in a professional setting.

Our learning material is available to students 24/7 anywhere in the world, so it’s extremely convenient. These intensive online courses are open to everyone, as long as you have an interest in the topic! We provide world-class learning led by IAP, so you can be assured that the material is high quality, accurate and up-to-date.

What skills will I gain?

  • Discover how to easily produce a video and have it look like it was cut by a professional with this in-depth video training series.
  • Learn all about new features, including eReview, color correction tools, and a brand new multi-cam workflow.
  • Understand the full potential of new formats like HDV.

Meet the Instructor:

Mike Gunter has been shooting pictures since he picked up his first camera, a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, and he’s been shooting pictures ever since. Following a combat tour in Vietnam where he received his commission, Lieutenant Gunter worked for the Associated Press while attending college. Photographing editorial and advertising (and attending school and getting a Masters and post graduate study) lead to return to active duty and posts in South America. Mike has taught photography, Photoshop, and languages at various colleges and universities in the United States. He is a contributor to many publications, among them Infantry, Christian Science Monitor, and is a past editor of Adelante and Airpower Journal.

Course outline:

Section 01: A Tour Of Premiere Pro

  • Module 01: Getting Started
  • Module 02: The Project Panel
  • Module 03: The Source Monitor
  • Module 04: The Program Monitor
  • Module 05: Sequences & The Timeline Panel

Section 02: Working With Dv

  • Module 01: Set Up For Dv & Export To Tape
  • Module 02: The Capture Panel
  • Module 03: Timeline Editing Basics
  • Module 04: Effects & Transition Basics
  • Module 05: Using The Project Manager

Section 03: Title Designer Fundamentals

  • Module 01: Title Designer Basics
  • Module 02: Titles: Object & Text Styles
  • Module 03: Titles: Templates
  • Module 04: Titles: Custom Credit Roll

Section 04: Creating A Photo Montage: Motion, Effects & Audio

  • Module 01: Still Image Basics
  • Module 02: Working With Layered Psd Files
  • Module 03: Using The Effect Controls Panel
  • Module 04: Motion Basics
  • Module 05: Assembling Your Master Sequence
  • Module 06: Exporting To Dvd

Section 05: Workflow: Ocean Futures

  • Module 01: Project Overview & V.o. Recording
  • Module 02: Audio Editing & Building Your Cut
  • Module 03: Building A Custom Effect Sequence
  • Module 04: Fine Tuning & Quick Fixes
  • Module 05: Audio Finishing
  • Module 06: Consolidating & Exporting

Section 06: Advanced Techniques

  • Module 01: Advanced Editing Techniques
  • Module 02: Advanced Color Correction
  • Module 03: Building A Multi-track Mix
  • Module 04: 5.1 Surround Sound Mixing

Section 07: What’s New In Premiere Pro 2

  • Module 01: Overview Of What’s New
  • Module 02: Interface & Workspace Revisions
  • Module 03: Working With Hdv
  • Module 04: Native Sd & Hd/sdi Support
  • Module 05: The New Multi-cam Workflow
  • Module 06: The New Color Correction Tools
  • Chapter 07: Three-way & Secondary Color Correction
  • Chapter 08: Using Clip Notes
  • Chapter 09: Custom Dvd Authoring

Section 08:

  • Module 01: Project Files

What are the requirements?

  • You must be 16 or over
  • You should have a basic understanding of English, Maths and ICT
  • You will need a computer or tablet with internet connection (or access to one)

How will I be assessed?

  • You will have one assignment. Pass mark is 65%.
  • You will only need to pay £19 for assessment.
  • You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days.

What Certification am I going to receive?

Those who successfully pass this course will be awarded a Premiere Pro 2 certificate. Anyone eligible for certification will receive a free e-certificate, and printed certificate.

What careers can I get with this qualification?

This excellent Premiere Pro 2 course will qualify you to be a Web Developer. As a Web Developer you could work for an existing organisation, or could work on a freelance basis. The average salary of a Web Developer in the UK is £21,792, and this will go up with experience (payscale.com). With this course you could fulfil any of the following roles:

  • Video editing
  • Photography
  • Graphic design
  • Art and design
  • Creative

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

Course Curriculum Total Units : 266
Section 1: A Tour of Premiere Pro
1: GETTING STARTED
1. Exploring New Project Presets
2. Customizing Presets & Modifying Project Settings
3. Loading, Saving & Arranging Workspaces
4. Tricks for Customizing Your Workspace
5. General Preferences
6. Audio & Auto Save Preferences
7. Capture, Device Control & Label Preferences
8. Media & Scratch Disk Preferences
9. Titler, Trim & User Interface Preferences
10. Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
2: THE PROJECT PANEL
1. Importing Media into a Project
2. An Overview of the Project Panel
3. Importing Still Images
4. Organizing Media in the Project Panel
5. Exploring the Project Panel Wing Menu
6. Using the Edit Columns Feature
3: THE SOURCE MONITOR
1. Introducing the Source Monitor
2. Assigning In & Out Points
3. Working with Subclips
4. Working with Audio in the Source Monitor
5. Editing Audio & Video Clips
6. Display Options & the Wing Menu
7. Creating & Nesting Sequences
4: THE PROGRAM MONITOR
1. Introducing the Program Monitor
2. Making a 3-Point Edit
3. Setting Markers & Using the Transport Controls
4. Looping, Title Safe & Output Options
5. Exploring Realtime Playback & Export Settings
6. Choosing a 24p Conversion Method
7. Choosing a Desktop Display Mode
8. Making Lift & Extract Edits
9. Accessing the Trim Monitor
10. Exploring the Program Monitor Wing Menu
5: SEQUENCES & THE TIMELINE PANEL
1. Modifying the Default Sequence Settings
2. Creating a New Sequence
3. Adding & Deleting Tracks in the Timeline
4. Changing the Track Display in the Timeline Panel
5. Inside the Track Header
6. Keyframing Opacity & Volume
7. Show Keyframes Settings
8. Setting Target Tracks for Video & Audio
9. Working in the Timecode Control Area & Snapping
10. Setting Markers for DVD Authoring & Editing
11. Final Comments
Section 2: Working with DV
1: SET UP FOR DV & EXPORT TO TAPE
1. Creating the Export to Tape Project
2. Reviewing DV Playback & Project Settings
3. Troubleshooting Device Control Issues
4. Laying Down Color Bars
5. Assigning a Preview File Storage Location
6. Using the Export to Tape Dialog Box
2: THE CAPTURE PANEL
1. Setting up for Capture
2. Setting Device Control Preferences
3. Setting up Your Scratch Disks
4. Using the Capture Panel Transport Controls
5. Exploring the Logging & Settings Tabs
6. Logging & Naming Clips
7. Working with Offine Files & Batch Capturing
3: TIMELINE EDITING BASICS
1. Starting a Rough Cut Edit
2. Refining a Sequence in the Timeline Panel
3. Overlaying versus Inserting Shots
4. Using Pick-up Shots
5. Using the Roll & Slip Edit Tools
6. Using the Match Frame Feature
4: EFFECTS & TRANSITION BASICS
1. Saving an ffects Workspace
2. Getting around the E.ects Panel
3. Fading up the Opacity of a Clip Using Keyframes
4. Applying a Default Transition in the Timeline
5. Modifying the Properties of a Video Transition
6. Adjusting the Alignment of a Transition
7. Adding Transitions to the Rest of the Scene
5: USING THE PROJECT MANAGER
1. Creating a Matte Letterbox
2. Creating a Nested Sequence
3. Adding a Counting Leader & Exporting to Tape
4. Working with the Project Manager
5. Final Comments
Section 3: Title Designer Fundamentals
1: TITLE DESIGNER BASICS
1. Creating a Workspace for Titling
2. Introducing the Titler Panel
3. Exploring the Tools Panel
4. Exploring Titler Styles & Properties
5. Working with Basic Text Attributes
6. Importing a Graphic Element into a Title
2: TITLES: OBJECT & TEXT STYLES
1. Creating & Distorting an Object
2. Adjusting the Fill & Sheen Properties
3. Adding Stokes to Create Depth
4. Creating & Applying a New Style
5. Creating a New Text Style
6. Integrating Text with Objects
7. Saving & Using Templates
3: TITLES: TEMPLATES
1. Accessing the Title Templates
2. Customizing a Title Texture Fill
3. Customizing Title Color & Gradient
4. Importing a Logo to Save as a Bug Template
5. Working with Widescreen Templates
6. Modifying an HDV Title Template
4: TITLES: CUSTOM CREDIT ROLL
1. Setting up a New Title Roll
2. Setting up Custom Tab Stops in a Title Crawl
3. Creating, Formatting & Duplicating Text
4. Adjusting Credit Roll Playback
5. Saving Your Credit Roll & Creating a Template
6. Final Comments & Credits
Section 4: Creating a Photo Montage: Motion, Effects & Audio
1: STILL IMAGE BASICS
1. Setting up a Still Image Project
2. Setting Still Image Prefs & Importing Still Images
3. Sorting Imported Stills & Scaling to Frame Size
4. Using Icon View & Automate to Sequence
5. Automating to a Sequence in Selection Order
6. Creating a Background for a Still Image Montage
2: WORKING WITH LAYERED PSD FILES
1. Importing Layered Photoshop Files
2. Sequences, Settings & Workspaces
3. Nesting Photoshop Layers into Sequences
3: USING THE EFFECT CONTROLS PANEL
1. Basic Keyframing in the Effect Controls Panel
2. Applying a Bezier Curve to Keyframes
3. Copying & Pasting Motion & Opacity Keyframes
4. Adjusting the Timing of Opacity Keyframes
5. Copying & Pasting Effects
6. Adjusting the Timing for Opacity & Scale
4: MOTION BASICS
1. Importing Still Images & Creating Sequences
2. Using the Automate to Sequence Command
3. Adding Motion to Stills
4. Creating & Modifying a Custom Effects Preset
5. Understanding Keyframes & Keyframe Interpolation
6. Modifying Presets
7. Adding Rotation & the Anti-flicker Filter
8. Working with Continuous Bezier Curves
9. Organizing Custom Presets
5: ASSEMBLING YOUR MASTER SEQUENCE
1. Importing Audio Files
2. Preparing Sequences to be Nested
3. Nesting Sequences in a Master Sequence
4. Cross Dissolving from One Sequence to Another
5. Dipping to Black Between Two Sequences
6: EXPORTING TO DVD
1. Creating a DVD Layout from a Template
2. Adding DVD Markers for Navigation
3. Customizing Menus with Backgrounds & Music
4. Adding an Additional Menu Title & Stop Markers
5. Exporting to DVD
6. Final Comments
Section 5: Workflow: Ocean Futures
1: PROJECT OVERVIEW & V.O. RECORDING
1. Reviewing Scripts & Creating Media Bins
2. Setting Audio Preferences
3. Setting up the Audio Mixer for Recording
4. Recording a Voice Over
5. Importing Media with Bridge
2: AUDIO EDITING & BUILDING YOUR CUT
1. Reviewing the Treatment & Adjusting Clip Gain
2. Editing Audio from Source Monitor into Timeline
3. Timeline Editing Techniques
4. Recorning the Voice Over Track
5. Using the Pen Tool to Remove Unwanted Audio
6. Adding Video & Using Source Channel Mapping
7. Techniques for Aligning Video Edits with Audio
3: BUILDING A CUSTOM EFFECT SEQUENCE
1. Building a Custom Sequence Housing 4 Clips
2. Separating the Frame into Quadrants
3. Changing the Size & Position of Clips
4. Slip Editing Shots to Adjust the Action
5. Creating a Custom Fade
6. Creating a Custom Lower Third Animation
7. Building a Title Sequence with Text & Video
8. Creating a Film Strip Effect Sequence
4: FINE TUNING & QUICK FIXES
1. Recorning Edits with the Editing Tools
2. Locking the Video Tracks & Finishing the Edit
3. Enhancing Video with Auto Color & Auto Contrast
4. Using the Fast Color Corrector
5. Matching the Color of One Shot to Another
6. Resizing Clips with the Scale & Crop Tools
5: AUDIO FINISHING
1. Export Movie Settings & Rendering Video Previews
2. Audio Workspaces & Effect Controls
3. Introducing the EQ Effect
4. Applying the EQ Effect with the Audio Mixer
5. Adding Music to the Mix
6. Adjusting the Music in the Audio Mixer
7. Setting Custom Audio Fades
6: CONSOLIDATING & EXPORTING
1. Consolidating a Project with the Project Manager
2. Making Basic Adjustments with the Media Encoder
3. In-Depth Look at Encoding Settings
4. Creating Custom Encoding Presets
5. Encoding Video & Audio for Macromedia® Flash®
6. Final Comments
Section 6: Advanced Techniques
1: ADVANCED EDITING TECHNIQUES
1. Playing Video in Reverse
2. Creating a Seamless Edit between Shots
3. Using the Trim Panel to Re.ne a Video Edit
4. Changing Shot Order & Adjusting Linked Audio
5. Shifting Video with the Slip Tool
6. Matching Movement between Shots via Trimming
7. Fading Video to a Color Matte
2: ADVANCED COLOR CORRECTION
1. Performing a Three-Way Color Correction
2. Video Levels & Output Options
3. Correcting the Black, Gray & White Balance
4. Adjusting the Tonal Range
5. Performing a Secondary Color Correction
6. Adjusting Hue, Saturation & Luma
7. Using the Video Limiter
3: BUILDING A MULTI-TRACK MIX
1. Adding Additional Audio Tracks
2. Working with Submix Tracks & the Audio Mixer
3. Adding & Adjusting Reverb
4. Using the Render and Replace Command
5. Layering Sound Effects in the Timeline
6. Raising the Master Volume of the Sound Effect Tracks
4: 5.1 SURROUND SOUND MIXING
1. Converting a Mono or Stereo Mix to 5.1 Surround
2. Inside the 5.1 VU Meters & Audio Mixer
3. Dynamically Adjusting the Pan Using Latch Mode
4. Panning with the Touch & Write Modes
5. Panning an Audio Effect to the Right
6. Boosting Low Frequency by Raising the LFE
7. Setting Audio Output Mapping Preferences
8. Outputting with the Media Encoder
9. Final Comments & Credits
Section 7: What’s New in Premiere Pro 2
1: OVERVIEW OF WHAT’S NEW
1. Introducing the New Project Presets
2. Looking at New Project Settings
3. Using Adobe Bridge
4. Testing Out New General Preferences
5. New Audio, Capture & Device Control Preferences
6. Conforming Audio & Using a Media Cache Database
7. Timecode Display, Media Offset & Scratch Disks
8. Using the Timecode Effect & Creating a Guide Track
9. Source Channel Mappings
10. Edit in Adobe Audition™ & Adobe Dynamic Link
2: INTERFACE & WORKSPACE REVISIONS
1. Arranging Panes & Panels for Audio Mixing
2. Creating a Color Correction Workspace
3. Incorporating the Titler into Your Workspace
4. Toggling Between Different Workspaces
3: WORKING WITH HDV
1. HDV Project & Capture Settings
2. Working in the Timeline with HDV Footage
3. Using the Eight-Point Garbage Matte Effect
4. Using the Three-Way Color Corrector
5. Importing Your Sequence into an HD/SDI Project
6. Exporting Your HDV Project
7. Working With HDV in Widescreen
8. Laying Back an HDV Sequence to a DV Tape
4: NATIVE SD & HD/SDI SUPPORT
1. Custom Settings for SD/SDI
2. Data Rates, Playback & Rendering for SD/SDI
3. Customizing Settings for HD/SDI
4. Data Rates, Playback & Rendering for HD/SDI
5. Capturing Video & Device Control
5: THE NEW MULTI-CAM WORKFLOW
1. Introducing Multi-Cam
2. Using Markers & Synchronizing Clips
3. Multi-Cam Editing
4. Multi-Cam Recording
5. Synchronizing Clips with Numbered Markers
6. Synchronizing & Recording Clips with Timecode
7. Adjusting the Timecode Value to Create a Sync Point
6: THE NEW COLOR CORRECTION TOOLS
1. Getting Ready for Color Correction
2. White Balancing with the Fast Color Corrector
3. Using the Luma Corrector
4. Using the Video Limiter
5. Using the Luma & Primary Fast Color Correctors
6. Track Mattes & the New Color Correction Tools
7. Radial Track Mattes & Color Correction Techniques
7: THREE-WAY & SECONDARY COLOR CORRECTION
1. Introducing the Three-Way Color Corrector Effect
2. Setting Up for Three-Way Color Correction
3. White Balance & Three-Way Hue Balance and Angle
4. Deffning Shadow, Midtone & Highlight Tonal Ranges
5. Adjusting Black, Gray & White Input/Output Levels
6. Deffning a Secondary Color Correction Range
7. Adjusting Secondary Hue, Saturation & Luma
8. Softening a Selection & Adjusting Midtones
9. Applying a Second Secondary Color Correction
10. Effects Stacking Order & Color Correction Tips
8: USING CLIP NOTES
1. Exporting a Sequence for Clip Notes
2. Viewing Sequences & Adding Comments in Clip Notes
3. Adding Markers & Exporting an Embedded Comment
9: CUSTOM DVD AUTHORING
1. Introducing DVD Layouts & Templates
2. Setting Scene Selection Markers
3. Modifying Scene Selection Buttons & Previewing
4. Creating a Custom Menu Background
5. Adding Audio to a Menu
6. Adding a Credits Link to the Main Menu
7. Modifying DVD Menu Elements
8. Exploring Burn DVD & Export Settings
Section 8:
1: Project Files
1. Project Files
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