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Adobe Premiere Pro Training Vancouver

Adobe Premiere Pro

Premiere Pro is Adobe’s professional video editing software for filmmakers, tv broadcasters, journalists, and videographers. The interface is simply extraordinary; it makes the telling of compelling stories much easier. This course is taught by industry professionals who pass along real-world workflow tips. It includes lots of practice so you’ll be completely comfortable using Premiere when you return to your office or studio.

Where is it?

Training Vancouver
Marine Building
355 Burrard Street
10th Floor
Vancouver

What’s included

  • Reference book
  • Course Certificate
  • Free after-class support
  • Extra tips

Why choose us?

  • Small class sizes
  • Top instructors
  • Better practice exercises
  • Free after-class support
  • Money Back guarantee
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Most classes are guaranteed to run. Training is available on your choice of Mac or PC.

Premiere Pro
3 Days | 9am to 4pm | $1099 PLUS TAX

Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.

In this workshop, you will learn everything you need to know about cutting with Premiere Pro, interacting dynamically with other Adobe applications, and outputting to multiple formats. We’ll practice core editing skills, workflows, and technologies professional editors use every day to produce media for broadcast television, DVD, and the web.

Introduction

  • » Welcome

Introduction

  • » The Premiere Pro workflow
  • » Adding footage to the Timeline
  • » Understanding timecode
  • » Making basic edits
  • » The interface

Importing and Organizing Footage

  • » Setting up a new project
  • » Creating a new sequence
  • » Capturing footage
  • » Importing files
  • » Sorting and organizing clips

Basic Video Editing

  • » Making a rough cut
  • » Creating overlay and insert edits
  • » Using video layers to add B-roll
  • » Using ripple edits and ripple delete
  • » Navigating efficiently in the Timeline

The Art of Video Editing

  • » Avoiding bad edits
  • » The pacing of edits
  • » Using establishing shots
  • » Using emotional cutaways
  • » Fixing problems with cutaways

Helpful Editing Techniques

  • » Using markers
  • » Replacing clips
  • » Exporting a still frame
  • » Creating alternate cuts
  • » Rearranging clips in the Timeline

Adjusting Clip Properties

  • » Adjusting the rubber band
  • » Adjusting clip position
  • » Moving the anchor point
  • » Adjusting clip size and rotation

Playing with Time

  • » Changing the speed of a clip
  • » Using the Rate Stretch tool
  • » Playing a clip backward

Attributes of Video

  • Understanding pixel aspect ratio
  • Understanding frame rates
  • About HD standards

Creating Moving Elements

  • » Using layered Photoshop files
  • » Animating clip position
  • » Fading layers in and outs

Applying Video Transitions

  • » Applying transitions
  • » Using transitions effectively
  • » Setting up the default transition

Working with Audio

  • » The importance of ambient audio
  • » Cutting video to music
  • » Changing audio volume over time
  • » Fixing audio problems

Applying Video Effects

  • » Creating censored video
  • » Creating a lens flare
  • » Creating a logo bug
  • » Creating background textures

Basic Compositing

  • » Intro to compositing
  • » Removing a green screen background
  • » Compositing with blend modes

Color Correction

  • » Adjusting white balance
  • » Increasing contrast
  • » Adjusting luminance
  • » Creating cinematic color
  • » Creating a vignette
  • » Creating a day-for-night shot

Making Titles, Credits, and Lower Thirds

  • » Creating titles
  • » Creating a lower third
  • » Animating rolling credits

Exporting Video

  • » Exporting sequences from Premiere
  • » Exporting with the Adobe Media Encoder
  • » The most common formats and codecs
  • » Exporting portions of a sequence
  • » Rendering letterboxed footage


Dates

  • Dec 12-14
  • Jan 03-05
  • Feb 07-09
  • Preferred date
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"I loved the practice exercises and the fact that we could ask questions outside the box. We learned about typography and the printing process in addition to InDesign." Janice, Colliers

Cancellation & Rescheduling Policy

Cancellations

» All cancellations and rescheduling requests must be made in writing and emailed to info@trainingvancouver.com.

» Cancellations made more than 10 business days before the course begins qualify for a full refund less a $75 administration fee.

» Cancellations made less than 10 business days before the course begins are not eligible for a refund but classes may be rescheduled.

» Cancellations made within 48 hours of the start time are not eligible for a refund and may not be rescheduled.

» We are not able to offer refunds or rescheduling for no-shows or uncompleted courses.

Rescheduling

» Rescheduling requests made 10 days before the course begins are free. Rescheduling that takes place less than 10 days before the course begins will incur a $75 administration fee. We do not charge for student substitutions at any time.

» While we make every effort to deliver classes as scheduled, we reserve the right to reschedule previously confirmed classes for a variety of reasons including but not exclusively, the illness of the Trainer. In such cases, we will inform the Client as soon as possible of the new dates.