Professional Video Editing 


Price:                                    1800 AED
Duration:                               16 Hours
Timings:                                 Flexible

Course Overview

* In this Two-day course, you’ll get a thorough overview of general introduction of multimedia and graphics by computer and will use a workshop technique to produce a real example by the end of the course to conclude and cover all the course essential knowledge areas by a practical example.

* It will cover the theoretical knowledge and practical using the software: the interface, tools, features, and production flow for Premiere Pro CC.

* The course is an ideal combination of instructor-led demonstration and hands-on practice to introduce you to Adobe Premiere Pro software, a revolutionary 64-bit nonlinear video-editing application.

* You will learn powerful real-time video and audio editing tools that give you precise control over virtually every aspect of your production.

Pre Requisites:

Practical working knowledge of Mac OS X or Windows Basic knowledge of editing terminology is highly recommended.

Premiere Pro CC Course Outline

Lesson 1: Touring Adobe Premiere Pro CC

■ Nonlinear editing in Adobe Premiere Pro

■ Expanding the workflow

■ Touring the Adobe Premiere Pro interface

 

Lesson 2: Setting up a Project

■ Setting up a project

■ Setting up a sequence

 

Lesson 3: Importing Media

■ Importing assets

■ Working with the Media Browser

■ Importing images

■ The media cache

■ Capturing the videotape

 

Lesson 4: Organizing Media

■ The Project panel

■ Working with bins

■ Organizing media with content analysis

■ Monitoring footage

■ Modifying clips

 

Lesson 5: Essentials of Video Editing

■ Using the Source Monitor

■ Navigating the Timeline

■ Essential editing commands

 

Lesson 6: Working with Clips and Markers

■ Program Monitor controls

■ Controlling resolution

■ Using markers

■ Using Sync Lock and Track Lock

■ Finding gaps in the Timeline

■ Moving clips

■ Extracting and deleting segments

 

Lesson 7: Adding Transitions

■ What are transitions?

■ Edit points and handles

■ Adding video transitions

■ Using A/B mode to fine-tune a transition

■ Adding audio transitions

 

Lesson 8: Advanced Editing Techniques

■ Four-point editing

■ Retiming clips

■ Replacing clips and footage

■ Nesting sequences

■ Regular trimming

■ Advanced trimming

■ Trimming in the Program Monitor panel

 

Lesson 9: Putting Clips in Motion

■ Adjusting the Motion effect

■ Changing clip position, size, and rotation

■ Working with key frame interpolation

■ Using other motion-related effects

 

Lesson 10: Multi-camera Editing

■ The multi-camera process

■ Creating a multi-camera sequence

■ Switching multiple cameras

■ Finalizing multi-camera editing

■ Additional multi-camera editing tips

 

Lesson 11: Editing and Mixing Audio

■ Setting up the interface to work with audio

■ Examining audio characteristics

■ Adjusting audio volume

■ Adjusting audio gain

■ Normalizing audio

■ Creating a split edit

■ Adjusting audio levels in a sequence

■ Working with the Audio Mixer

 

Lesson 12: Sweetening Sound

■ Sweetening sound with audio effects

■ Adjusting EQ

■ Applying effects in the Audio Mixer

■ Cleaning up noisy audio

 

Lesson 13: Adding Video Effects

■ Working with effects

■ Key framing effects

■ Effects presets

■ Frequently used effects

 

Lesson 14: Color Correction and Grading

■ Color-oriented workflow

■ An overview of color-oriented effects

■ Fixing exposure problems

■ Fixing color balance

■ Specials color effects

■ Creating a look

 

Lesson 15: Exploring Compositing Techniques

■ What is an alpha channel?

■ Using compositing in your projects

■ Working with the Opacity effect

■ Working with alpha-channel transparencies

■ Color keying a green screen shot

■ Using mattes

 

Lesson 16: Creating Titles

■ An overview of the Titler window

■ Video typography essentials

■ Creating titles

■ Stylizing text

■ Working with shapes and logos

■ Making text roll and crawl

 

Lesson 17: Managing Your Projects

■ The File menu

■ Using the Project Manager

■ Final project management steps

■ Importing projects or sequences

■ Managing collaboration

■ Managing your hard drives

 

Lesson 18: Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences

■ Overview of export options

■ Exporting single frames

■ Exporting a master copy

■ Working with Adobe Media Encoder

■ Exchanging with other editing applications

■ Recording to tape