Premiere Pro is a professional video editing program that allows you to edit video from a number of different sources and publish edited videos to many different formats. In this training, you'll be creating a video highlighting a selection of different dances, and in the process you'll gain familiarity with the Premiere Pro interface and learn how to perform a number of different editing tasks.
- understand terminology used in video editing
- create, edit, and combine sequences
- edit and combine audio, video, and still images
- create titles and credits for videos
- publish a video to a format suitable for web use
- Use a mouse and keyboard
- Work with basic video editing programs, such as the video editor in Photos on Windows or iMovie on MacOS
For a more in-depth look at the content of Premiere Pro: The Basics, view the title contents below.
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Description of the video:
Hello and welcome to Premiere Pro: The Basics! In this course, you'll learn how to work with Premiere Pro, which is a professional video editing program. As part of the course, you'll learn how to import assets into Premiere Pro to use in a video project, edit video and audio clips, create, edit and combine sequences, create opening titles and ending credits, and export a completed video in a web friendly format.
Before getting started, you'll want to be familiar with basic video editing skills. You'll also want to make sure you have Premiere Pro and Adobe Media Encoder installed on your computer.
As we go through the course, we'll be referring to exercise files - you can download them from the download links included in each section of the course.
There are a couple of important things to note with the exercise files for Premiere Pro: The Basics - first, the file size for each download is pretty big - each download is around 770 megabytes, and it may take some time to download the files on slower internet connections. Also, due to their size, these files are hosted on Box, IU's cloud storage solution, instead of on IT Training's website.
If you're ready, let's go ahead and get started with Premiere Pro: The Basics!
More information about this course
This online course is free to everyone and available for enrollment through IU Expand.
This course consists of a series of short lessons, examples, demonstrations, practice quizzes, and hands-on exercises.
To complete the course content, you will need:
- a web browser and internet access to use the course material on IU Expand.
- a copy of the software relevant to the training installed on your computer.
This course contains training material only.
- Indiana University only provides software to IU students, faculty, and staff.
- Participants who are not affiliated with Indiana University will need a license of the software used in the course.
- Participants will need to install the software to follow along and participate in the hands-on exercises.
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Explore the contents of Premiere Pro: The Basics:
Learn about creating a new project in Premiere Pro, the basic interface, preset workspaces and how to customize your workspace.
Learn how to import assets into Premiere to be used in a project.
You will create a new sequence that will be the main part of the video project.
Learn to add files to the timeline of a sequence and how to preview the sequence.
Learn about the timeline panel, including how to zoom in and out.
Learn how to use the source monitor to trim videos, to insert videos to the timeline from the source monitor, and how to trim videos on the timeline. Also learn how to remove gaps on the timeline and how to avoid creating gaps.
Learn how to trim clips that are already placed on the timeline.
Learn how to add audio to a project.
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Learn how to create credits using the preset animations in the Graphics workspace.
Learn about transitions and how to apply the default transition to a sequence.
Learn how to adjust the volume for individual audio tracks and adjust all the tracks volume at once.
You will create a new sequence that will be the title for the video project. While creating the title you will add still images, text overlays and audio to the sequence.
Learn how to combine sequences.
Learn how set up the export settings in Premiere Pro to publishing your video using Adobe Media Encoder.
Credits for the audio and video clips used in Premiere Pro: The Basics.