Learning Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 Training Video

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A Practical Premiere Pro Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based Learning Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Learning Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex Learning Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of Learning Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 tutorial, online or offline...so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 8 hours to complete this course 140 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 training course, expert author Andy Anderson teaches you the essential editing techniques you need to take your editing skills to the next level with the latest release of this video editing software program from Adobe. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no experience with Premiere Pro is required.

You will start by touring the user interface, and then jump into learning how to set up and work with a project. Andy will then show you how to import media into Premiere Pro, as well as organize your clips. Once you’re comfortable with the program, Andy will teach you editing basics, including how to overwrite, work with markers, group clips, and...

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Course programme

  • 01. Introduction
    • Introduction To Premiere Pro CC 2014
    • About Andy
    • Top Ten From Andy
    • 0104 How To Access Your Working Files
  • 02. Getting Started
    • Getting Started With Premiere Pro
    • A Tour Of The Interface
    • The Premiere Pro Workflow
    • Choosing The Right Workspace
    • Adding Custom Workspaces
    • Quick Tip - Importing Project Workspaces
    • Working Through Preferences
    • Getting Started With Shortcuts
    • Quick Tip - Customizing Monitor Buttons
    • Quick Tip - Basic Editing Shortcuts
  • 03. Working With Projects
    • Introduction to Projects
    • Setting Up A Project
    • Opening Saving And Closing Projects
    • Dealing With Missing Files
    • Creating A Project Workspace
    • Quick Tip - Maximizing Project Panels
  • 04. Importing Media
    • 0401 Introduction To Media
    • 0402 Importing Options
    • 0403 Working In The Media Browser
    • 0404 Importing Using Capture
    • 0405 Working With Multi-Layered Photoshop Files
    • 0406 Using The Import Command
    • 0407 Importing From Premiere Pro Projects
    • 0408 Generating Media
    • 0409 Dynamic Media Links
    • 0410 Quick Tip - Using A DTE Device
    • 0411 Quick Tip - Revealing Clips
  • 05. Organizing Clips
    • 0501 Introduction To Clip Organization
    • 0502 Organization And Direction
    • 0503 Working In The Projects Panel
    • 0504 Managing Clips
    • 0505 Searching For Clips
    • 0506 Using Bins For Organization
    • 0507 Working With Bin Preferences
    • 0508 Loading The Working Files
    • 0509 Creating A Search Bin
    • 0510 Using Find All In A Sequence
  • 06. Additional Organizational Tips
    • 0601 Introduction To Organizational Tips
    • 0602 Working In Icon View
    • 0603 Clips And Subclips
    • 0604 Working In The Source Monitor
    • 0605 Working Through Metadata
    • 0606 Using The Project Panel As A Storyboard
  • 07. The Premiere Pro Timeline
    • 0701 Introduction To The Timeline
    • 0702 Understanding Sequences
    • 0703 The Timeline Panel
    • 0704 Adding And Deleting Tracks
    • 0705 Changing The Timecode Display
    • 0706 Syncing Audio And Tracks
    • 0707 Creating Sequences
  • 08. An Introduction To Editing
    • 0801 Introduction To Editing
    • 0802 Working With Multiple Sequences
    • 0803 Overwrite Versus Insert Edits
    • 0804 Using Track Targeting
    • 0805 Performing Three And Four Point Edits
    • 0806 Adding Clips To The Energy Spot
    • 0807 Working With Markers
  • 09. Additional Editing Pointers
    • 0901 Introduction To Editing Pointers
    • 0902 Clip Selection Techniques
    • 0903 Groups And Ungrouping Clips
    • 0904 Clip Snapping Options
    • 0905 Dragging Clips To The Timeline
    • 0906 Precision Clip Movements
    • 0907 Performing Lift And Extract Edits
    • 0908 Working With Gaps
    • 0909 Clip Replacements
    • 0910 Splitting Clips
    • 0911 Linking And Unlinking Clips
    • 0912 Quick Tip - Selecting Clips Within A Group
    • 0913 Visualizing In And Out Points
  • 10. Trimming Clips
    • 1001 Introduction To Trimming Clips
    • 1002 Performing Regular Trims
    • 1003 Ripple And Rolling Trims
    • 1004 Slip And Slide Trims
    • 1005 Planning The Energy Spot
    • 1006 Organizing The Energy Spot Timeline
    • 1007 Adjusting Clip Trimmings
    • 1008 The Trim Monitor
    • 1009 Using Render And Replace
  • 11. Working With Fixed Effects And Key Frames
    • 1101 Introduction To Fixed Effects And Key Frames
    • 1102 Working With Fixed Effects
    • 1103 The Power Of Key Frames
    • 1104 Adding Key Frames Manually
    • 1105 Adding Key Frames On The Timeline
    • 1106 Performing A Time Re-Mapping
    • 1107 Working On The Energy Spot
  • 12. Utilizing Effects
    • 1201 Introduction To Effects
    • 1202 Premiere Pro Effects
    • 1203 Adding And Removing Effects
    • 1204 Controlling Effects With Key Frames
    • 1205 Adding Effects To Multiple Clips
    • 1206 Organizing With Effects Bins And Presets
    • 1207 The Energy Project
    • 1208 Quick Tip - Track Targeting
    • 1209 Working With Adjustment Layers
  • 13. Working With Transitions
    • 1301 Introduction To Transitions
    • 1302 Premiere Pro Transitions
    • 1303 Adding Transitions To Clips
    • 1304 Customizing Transitions
    • 1305 Creating A Manual Transition
    • 1306 Quick Tip - Working With Default Transitions
    • 1307 Quick Tip - Trims And Transitions
    • 1308 The Energy Spot
  • 14. Premiere Pro Title Effects
    • 1401 Introduction To Title Effects
    • 1402 Titles 101
    • 1403 Using The Titler
    • 1404 Working With Styles
    • 1405 Using Title Properties
    • 1406 Saving Customized Styles
    • 1407 Working With Templates
    • 1408 Using Align, Center, And Distribute
    • 1409 Using The Title Pen Tools
    • 1410 Generating Rolling Credits
    • 1411 The Energy Spot - Adding The Counter
    • 1412 The Energy Spot - Adding Text
  • 15. Premiere Pro And The Audio Connection
    • 1501 Introduction To The Audio Connection
    • 1502 Adjusting Audio Volume
    • 1503 Controlling Volume Through Keyframes
    • 1504 Controlling Volume Through Transitions
    • 1505 Adjusting Audio Gain
    • 1506 The Energy Spot - Adding The Clock Audio
    • 1507 The Energy Spot - Adding Sound Effects
    • 1508 The Energy Spot - Adding A Musical Score
  • 16. Working With Mattes And Multi-Cam
    • 1601 Introduction To Mattes And Multi-Cam
    • 1602 Green Screen Techniques
    • 1603 Creating A Green Screen In Premiere Pro
    • 1604 Working With Garbage Mattes
    • 1605 Using A White Screen
    • 1606 Performing A Multi-Cam Shot
  • 17. Getting Ready For Primetime
    • 1701 Introduction To Primetime
    • 1702 Saving A Still
    • 1703 Exporting The Production
    • 1704 Saving An Export Preset
    • 1705 Using The Premiere Pro Encoder
    • 1706 Working With The Project Manager
    • 1707 Final Thoughts

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