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Section #1: Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro.
Meet your instructor. (2:30)
What you can expect from this course. (2:49)
Let's get started with Premiere Pro, opening the software. (4:47)
Set up your keyboard preferences. (10:50)
Take a tour of the interface. (3:10)
Working with multiple screens? Here's how. (2:47)
Section #2: Log & Ingest and organise your media in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Where to store, organise and find your media. (7:48)
Folder structures and their importance. (23:12)
Proxy media when and why. (7:09)
Importing your media. (11:06)
How to work with timelines and sequences. (33:10)
Things to note before you get too far in. (4:05)
How to speed up Premiere Pro. (4:32)
Vision & audio layers explained. (2:26)
Edit preparation. An overview of what's to come. (0:46)
How to approach an edit in Premiere Pro. (4:56)
My top 10 most used keyboard shortcuts. (10:14)
Timeline markers and colour coding media. (2:11)
How to nest clips and why. (8:14)
Try out your new skills & follow along with a Log & Ingest using real world projects! (2:00)
Follow Along: Log & Ingest a real world project, working with music video footage. (66:07)
Follow Along: Log & Ingest a real world project, working with narrative based footage. (78:23)
Follow Along: Log & Ingest a real world project, working with a "Mini" documentary or interview heavy content. (36:50)
Follow Along: Log & Ingest a real world project, working with montage style commercial footage. (43:31)
Section #3: Edit along with a professional in Adobe Premiere Pro.
The Edit: Advanced - Music Video (107:49)
The Edit: Advanced - Narrative Video (51:36)
The Edit: Advanced - Interview Footage & Mini Doco (126:41)
The Edit: Advanced - Montage with voice over (75:14)
Section #4: Transitions in Adobe Premiere Pro.
The idea and ethos behind transitions. (2:53)
Using the inbuilt transitions and what to look out for. (4:52)
Where can you find 3rd party transitions? (1:24)
Section #5: Audio editing and mixing in Adobe Premiere Pro.
The importance of audio and the key role it plays. (0:56)
The audio interface inside Premiere Pro. (2:07)
Audio keyframes and volume explained. (9:13)
Audio tricks using bass and treble. (10:52)
Using high and low pass FX to help seamlessly blend audio clips. (10:18)
Editing music tracks shorter or longer to any length! (17:02)
Adding sound effects to help with overall production value. (16:25)
Editing interviews and filling gaps in dialogue. (10:16)
Sometimes less is more. Using silence to your advantage. (19:30)
Bringing everything together in the final mix. (32:47)
Using Premiere Pro's Essential Sound Tool to help. (11:59)
Section #6: Colour correction and colour grading in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Colour correction and colour grading explained. (2:53)
Navigating around the colour interface. (1:46)
Contrast, exposure and white balance explained. (10:56)
How to use the Colour Curves tool. (7:42)
How to use the Colour Wheels tool. (5:50)
How to use the Secondary Colour tool. (6:45)
Adding layers and masks when colour grading. (5:07)
Using Adjustment layers when colour grading. (5:51)
Section #7A: Titles In Adobe Premiere Pro.
Create an opening title using the title tool. (13:26)
Creating lower 3rd titles. (12:33)
Creating an "end logo" frame and "call to action" graphic. (13:29)
Creating end credits, a single slide and scrolling option. (12:45)
Using Premiere Pro's Essential Graphics Tool to help. (7:43)
Section #7B: Titles in Adobe After Effects.
Create an opening title animation in After Effects. (23:02)
Create a lower 3rd title animation in After Effects. (18:48)
Animate your logo in After Effects. (20:58)
Create end credits in After Effects. (34:00)
Track an animated graphic into your footage with After Effects. (25:15)
Section #8: Export & delivery in Adobe Premiere Pro & After Effects.
The export interface inside Premiere Pro & After Effects. (17:17)
How to make great, yet small files for sharing online. (10:27)
How to add subtitles to your video in Premiere Pro. (26:36)
Export your final video at its best quality and future proof yourself! (9:51)
Export your edit & video for Youtube, Vimeo and Facebook. (10:14)
Create social 9:16 and 1:1 versions of your video in Premiere Pro. (13:42)
How to batch export your videos using Adobe Media Encoder. (9:00)
Create your very own customised video thumbnail right inside of Premiere Pro. (20:49)
Section #9: The Extras. Professional Tips & Tricks
Stabilising shaky footage. (10:24)
Make it cinematic, the quick guide. (10:47)
Make it vintage, the quick guide. (8:19)
How to Add Realistic Lens Flares (23:18)
A detailed look at speed ramping and manipulation. (6:39)
Green screen, yes, no and how to get started. (23:44)
Out of focus video? How to fix it. (8:02)
Using after effects. Add camera shake for drama. (11:59)
Removing a number plate, sign or logo. (24:22)
Blur and track a persons face for added discretion (6:54)
Add a new sky. Make the average look professional (24:56)
Split screens. Design creative text & menus for fun! (11:19)
Offline media. How to avoid and use it to your advantage. (8:56)
Proxy media. Creating and relinking clips. (17:39)
Folder structures, creating and understanding. (8:39)
Viewing media using text or visual thumbnails. (5:13)
Image sequences explained and displayed. (11:56)
Working with slow motion footage or high frame rates. (7:34)
The timeline display settings button. What's in there? (10:04)
Section #10: Stock Content.
The legals about using stock content. (2:46)
Where to find stock footage. (2:14)
Where to find stock music. (2:43)
Section #11: Working with Professionals.
Collaborating with a professional - audio engineer. (2:50)
Collaborating with a professional - colourist. (2:36)
Collaborating with a VFX or online artist. (3:14)
The post production pipeline and it's requirements. (1:44)
Section #12 - Make your hobby into a career.
Getting your very first client as a freelancer. (5:26)
The brief, working with your client - The do's and dont's. (3:47)
The edit - Tools for showing your client progress. (3:12)
The feedback, managing it and staying on track. (5:01)
The delivery, handing over the final files. (2:05)
Section #13: Brand Yourself.
Look professional, get your clients comfortable. (2:21)
Social media presence - the big ones and more. (2:15)
The website - what you need. (2:04)
The business cards - what you need. (1:57)
Section #14: Congrats, you did it!
Congratulations - You did it! (1:50)
Using after effects. Add camera shake for drama.
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