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Video2brain - Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Learn by Video
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Adobe Premiere Pro has fast become the number-one editing system for a wide range of professional and semi-professional editors around the world, and in the CS6 version, Adobe has added some new features that challenge expectations of nonlinear editing. These include a new special effects paradigm, advanced features previously seen only in Adobe After Effects, and a newly enhanced user interface. In this course expert editor and trainer Maxim Jago provides a comprehensive guide to working with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, covering everything from the fundamentals of nonlinear editing all the way up to the most advanced new features. You’ll learn how to bring multiple media types into Premiere Pro, combine them to produce professional edits, apply effects, add titles, work with audio, and output to multiple formats, including DVD, Blu-ray and files. After completing this Learn by Video course, published in partnership with Peachpit Press, you’ll have the core skills you need to produce professional results.

Welcome to Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Learn by Video

Introducing Premiere Pro CS6

• Video Editing Workflows
• An Overview of the Interface
• Why Premiere Pro Is the Post-Production Hub
• Workspaces
• Important General Preferences
• Personal Preferences

Premiere Pro Projects

• General Project Settings
• Scratch Disk Settings
• Using Sequence Presets
• Sequence Settings
• Video Preview Settings
• Sequence Track Settings

Importing Media

• Importing Media Files and Images
• Importing Media from File-Based Cameras
• Capturing a Whole Tape or Selected Shots
• Batch Capturing
• Importing Projects from Final Cut Pro and Avid
• Clips and Media Files

Organizing Media

• Introducing the Project Panel
• Finding Assets in the Project Panel
• Attaching a Script or Transcript
• Speech Analysis
• Interpreting Footage
• Configuring Clip Audio Channels

Editing Essentials

• The Monitor Controls
• Selecting Part of a Clip
• Adjusting Playback Resolution
• Using Subclips
• Introducing the Timeline Panel
• Adding Clips to a Sequence
• Three-Point and Four-Point Edits
• Storyboard Editing
• Targeting Tracks

Taking Control of the Timeline

• Track Controls
• Selecting, Linking, and Unlinking Clips
• Rearranging Clips in a Sequence
• Using the Clipboard
• Lifting and Extracting
• Deleting and Ripple Deleting
• Working with Markers

Adding Transitions

• Applying a Transition Between Two Clips
• Understanding Rendering and the Work Area
• Changing Transition Settings
• Creating an Audio Crossfade

Advanced Editing Controls

• Changing the Playback Speed of Clips
• Adjusting Playback Speed over Time
• Replacing Clips on the Timeline
• Replacing Footage for Clips in the Bin
• Nesting a Sequence
• Creating Nested Sequences in the Bin and on the Timeline
• Trimming in the Source Monitor
• Trimming on the Timeline
• Timeline Trimming Tools
• Trimming Keyboard Shortcuts
• Split Edits: Making J and L Cuts
• JKL Trimming
• The Timeline Tools
• The Trim Monitor

Putting Clips into Motion

• Fixed Effects for Video and Audio Clips
• Animating with Fixed Effects
• Creating Effect Presets

Multicamera Editing

• Preparing for a Multicamera Edit
• Performing a Multicamera Edit
• Adjusting Multicamera Edits

Editing and Mixing Audio

• The Audio Workspace
• Audio Track Types
• Normalizing Audio in the Bin and on the Timeline
• Keyframing Volume Changes in the Timeline
• Overview of the Audio Mixer
• Understanding Latch/Touch/Write Automation Modes
• Using Parametric EQ
• Applying Audio Effects to Tracks with the Audio Mixer
• Timeline Trimming Tools
• Adjusting Audio Level in the Effect Controls Panel

Adding Video Special Effects

• Introducing the Effects
• Adding Effects, Changing Settings, and Removing Effects
• Working with Adjustment Layers
• Using Keyframes in the Effect Controls Panel
• The Warp Stabilizer and Rolling Shutter Correction
• Burning in Timecode
• Basic 3D
• Blurs

Color Correction

• Using the Color Correction Workspace
• Vectorscopes and Waveforms
• The Fast Color Corrector
• The Three Way Color Corrector
• Secondary Color Correction
• Burning in Timecode
• Curves

Working with Multiple Layers

• Using Blend Modes
• Using the Ultra Key Effect
• Using the Lumakey Effect
• Introducing Garbage Mattes
• Using the Track Matte Key Effect

Creating Titles

• Introducing the Title Tool
• Working with Text
• Creating Shapes and Managing Layers
• Working with Title Templates

Managing Your Projects

• Getting Organized
• Using the Project Manager

Outputting to Tapes, Media Files, and Blu-ray

• Preparing a Project for Tape Output
• Recording to a DV or HDV Tape
• Exporting Your Sequence to a File
• Producing Multiple File Types with Adobe Media Encoder
• Sharing with Apple Final Cut Pro and Avid Media Composer
• Exporting Frames
• Outputting to Disc

Project Exploration

• Create a New Project, Make a Sequence, and Import Media
• Pick Some Shots and Add Them to Your Sequence
• Add a Simple Title, Some Fades, and Music
• Send the Sequence to Adobe Encore
• Create a Simple, Menu-Driven Blu-ray with Adobe Encore

Closing Thoughts

• Closing Thoughts on This Course

Video2brain - Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Learn by Video [repost]

Video2brain - Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Learn by Video [repost]

Video2brain - Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Learn by Video [repost]

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