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Adobe Premiere Pro 101 :An Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro


This entry-level course teaches students to perform essential editing techniques while becoming familiar with the Adobe Premiere Pro user interface. This class is designed for anyone looking to edit professional-quality video with Adobe Premiere Pro and uses hands-on and interactive instruction to best explore its functionality. The course is designed for new users who have no substantial editing experience.

Our 3 day course will provide you with the core skills you need to make the most of this extremely powerful application.

Duration

3 days (9.30am to 5.30pm)

Price :

S$ 850.00 before 7% GST

Singaporean and PR Media professionals for 90% subsidy under the MDA Talent Assistance Scheme through Six Degrees Asia . In addition media freelancers can apply for a S$ 7.50 per hour training allowance.

Availability and amount of subsidies and grants are subject to MDA and Six Degrees.More information about application procedures and terms here.

Dates :

21 Jun - 23 Jun 2017 (Wed - Fri) - Gerard Tay

MDA submissions by 30 May 2017

Course outline

Touring Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Nonlinear Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro

Expanding the Workflow

Touring the Adobe Premiere Pro Interface

Setting Up a Project

Setting Up a Project

Setting Up a Sequence

Importing Media

Importing Assets

Working with the Media Browser

Importing Images

The Media Cache

Capturing from Videotape

Organizing Media

The Project Panel

Working with Bins

Organizing Media with Content Analysis

Monitoring Footage

Modifying Clips

Essentials of Video Editing

Using the Source Monitor

Navigating the Timeline

Essential Editing Commands

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

Adding Transitions

What are Transitions?

Edit Points and Handles

Adding Video Transitions

Using A/B Mode to Fine-Tune a Transition

Adding Audio Transitions

Advanced Editing Techniques

Four-point editing

Retiming clips

Replacing clips and footage

Nesting sequences

Regular trimming

Advanced trimming

Trimming in the Program Monitor panel

Putting Clips in Motion

Adjusting the Motion effect

Changing clip position, size, and rotation

Working with keyframe interpolation

Using other motion-related effects

Multi-camera Editing

The multi-camera process

Creating a multi-camera sequence

Switching multiple cameras

Finalizing multi-camera editing

Additional multi-camera editing tips

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

Sweetening Sound

Sweetening sound with audio effects

Adjusting EQ

Applying effects in the Audio Mixer

Cleaning up noisy audio

Adding Video Effects

Working with effects

Keyframing effects

Effects presets

Frequently used effects

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

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 greenscreen shot

Using mattes

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

Managing Your Projects

The File menu

Using the Project Manager

Final project managment steps

Importing projects or sequences

Managing collaboration

Managing your hard drives

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

About the Instructors :

Gerard Tay

Gerard is an Adobe Certified Instructor in Adobe Premiere Pro and a Film and TV editor with eight years of broadcast editing experience working largely on local and regional broadcast projects, some corporate videos and commercials. Some of his works include the TV series "Fighting Spiders", which won Special Prize at the 2009 Seoul Drama Awards, and was nominated for various awards at the 2009 Asian Television Awards. He also worked as post technical supervisor on a few reality series namely "The Challenger:Muay Thai" which aired on AXN.

He moderates on the Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group with the pen name Strypes, and is proficient with Final Cut Pro 7, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects and Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve.

- See more at: http://strypesinpost.com/about/#sthash.9m2KqNAe.dpuf

Gerard is an Adobe Premiere Pro Certified Instructor and a Film and TV editor with eight years of broadcast editing experience. he has worked largely on local and regional broadcast projects, some corporate videos and commercials. His works include the TV series "Fighting Spiders", which won Special Prize at the 2009 Seoul Drama Awards, and was nominated for various awards at the 2009 Asian Television Awards. He also worked as post technical supervisor on a few reality series including  "The Challenger:Muay Thai" which aired on AXN.

He moderates on the Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group with the pen name Strypes, and is proficient with Final Cut Pro 7, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects and Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve. he is also a frequent contributor to Creative Cow's video editing related forums.

Ian Wee



Ian is an Adobe Certified Instructor for Adobe Premiere Pro.He is also an Apple Authorised Instructor for both Final Cut Pro 7 and FCP X. In addition to teaching these editing platforms Ian has also conducted courses in Stereoscpic 3D production,RED Camera and many other production related fields for institutions like NYU Tisch School of Film,Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Sony Singapore.

 He is a director who is gifted both creatively and technically – He was one of the early adopters of HD technology and directed one of the first multicam HD shoots in Singapore for the F1 Powerboat race..While he was still a Managing Director at Widescreen Media Pte Ltd (of which he is one of the founders), he supervised post-production for broadcast programmes & feature films, and helped spearhead Stereoscopic 3D production in Asia.

 

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