Find & compare hands-on Premiere Pro courses near CT or live online. We’ve chosen 5 of the best Premiere Pro courses from the top training providers to help you find the perfect fit.
We didn’t find any courses in CT offering Premiere Pro training, but here are 2 schools that offer live online courses you can take from anywhere, including CT.
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Founded in 1990, Noble Desktop offers part-time and full-immersion courses on anything you can think of from design and coding to business. Located in New York City and providing courses both online and in-person, Noble Desktop prides itself on accommodating dynamic courses and bootcamps with hands-on learning, time-tested curriculums, and education from top industry experts.
In this 18-hour class, participants will learn the important fundamentals of Adobe Premiere Pro so that they can start using the industry-leading video editing software right away. Students will learn how to import video footage, use the timeline, create titles, use audio, and perform multicam editing. Attendees will also learn basic color correction techniques, adjust the speed of video (speeding it up or slowing it down), remove a background with green screen removal, add video transitions, and more. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.
Learn video editing, motion graphics (animation and video effects), and audio editing. Master Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition. Then showcase what you've learned by creating video editing and motion graphics demo reels. This course comes with one-on-one mentoring sessions where you'll receive career advice, interview prep, and resume advising from an industry expert.
In this 6-hour class, participants get started with the basics of Adobe Premiere Pro for video editing. Students will learn how to import video footage, use the timeline, add video transitions, start working with audio, add titles, and more. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.
Take your Premiere Pro skills to the next level with this advanced class. Participants will work with special effects and audio, edit vertical video for social media, create custom transitions, and learn some of Premiere Pro's lesser-known features.
Lumenbrite offers interactive and hands-on digital design training including InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Creative Cloud, Dreamweaver, and Animate. Lumenbrite has nationwide authorized Adobe training centers where students can utilize facilities for their training needs.
This 5-day Premiere Pro class will start off with the concepts of three-point editing, then progressing to adding transitions and video effects. The use of titles and credits will be explored, as well as animation. Advanced techniques will be taught, such as working with different images and file formats, including cross-program applications like Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. Students will learn how to import audio tracks and edit them, as well as adjusting sounds.
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Disclaimer & Notes: Hourly rates are estimates only. Courses are not available on an hourly basis. Several other factors that contribute to pricing (such as job support and free retakes) are not factored into pricing per hour. 1 day is estimated to have 6.5 hours of training; 1 week is estimated at 35 hours; and 1 month is estimated at 150 hours. Actual hours will vary by school. Course pricing is subject to change without notice, certain discounts may not be included, and pricing may vary by location.
Adobe Premiere Pro is the industry-leading video editing software for film, TV, and the web. It’s used to edit video and animation clips together in sequence and add music. This incredibly powerful tool can be used by beginners and experts alike. Learning this in-demand skill opens doors to any video-based or animation job.
Premiere Pro is one of the core skills needed to secure one of these positions. See the career pages for more information on required skills, tips for landing a job, typical day-to-day work, and where to find job postings.
Salary in CT
$53,000 / year9.45% more than the U.S. average
Video editors work on films from script to post-production. Working closely with their teams, they help with script and storyboard development, sound editing, and video layouts. Video editors are responsible for ensuring sequence and continuity throughout the film. They work with producers and directors as they develop treatments and storytelling approaches.Learn about becoming a Video Editor
Salary in CT
$64,000 / year21.55% more than the U.S. average
2D animators develop storyboards, characters, and backgrounds to bring stories to life in 2D. Working with software such as Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, and 2D animators provide creative support to art directors in a variety of industries. 2D animators can work for studios or design firms, or as freelance independent contractors.Learn about becoming a 2D Animator
Salary in CT
$88,000 / year36.03% more than the U.S. average
3D animators take ideas and turn them into three-dimensional images and animations. Using their understanding of human and animal movement, 3d animators can create rich, realistic experiences. 3d animators work on movies and games, as well as some websites and online media. 3d animators create amusement park experiences such as those at Walt Disney World or Universal Studios.Learn about becoming a 3D Animator
Salary in CT
$61,000 / year18.08% more than the U.S. average
Video managers take assets from ideation to post-production. Beginning with storyboards and scripts, video managers help guide the development of media assets of all kinds. Some video producers create digital ads, and others produce television shows or movies.Learn about becoming a Video Manager
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Part of Adobe’s Creative Suite, Premiere Pro is their program—and the industry standard—for video editing. Used to edit everything from Hollywood movies to homemade videos for social media, the program creates professional-quality results because it is used by professionals. Premiere Pro is exceedingly well-organized, with folders and bins taking the place of the strips of film hanging in cutting rooms that film editors used to use. It also integrates seamlessly with other Adobe programs such as After Effects, Audition, and Photoshop, with which it forms a complete post-production unit that fits in a single laptop.
If your goal is a career in video editing, Premiere Pro is a tool you absolutely need to have in your box. It is used throughout the film industry, but that is scarcely the full extent of its applicability in business. With the need for more and more video content on the web, Premiere Pro is the software used to integrate animation and video clips and set them to music for any purpose. It’s essential, therefore, in marketing and advertising, and for producing in-house videos, something any large company eventually needs to do. It’s also an extremely useful program for people seeking to produce their own YouTube or social media videos, be it for profit or even for fun.
As the most immediately obvious application of Premiere Pro is in the field of video creation and editing, you may wish to know that the average salary for a video editor in Connecticut is $54,529, a 2D animator makes $73,474, while a 3D animator makes $87,162. As so many Connecticuters work in New York City, you might want those salary figures for comparison’s sake. They are: $57,684 for a video editor, $49,265 for a 2D animator and $115,543 for a 3D animator.
Although there are no schools in Connecticut that offer training in Premiere Pro, New York City is in close proximity to much of the state, and, if you’re willing to make the commute, you’ll find a plethora of training options at your fingertips.
Among the schools that offer live in-person instruction are Noble Desktop, the creator of this tool, Future Media Concepts, and the American Graphics Institute. All offer their classes in midtown Manhattan, all their classes feature teachers in the classroom ready to interact 1:1 with students.
The simplest and most convenient way to learn the program is through live online Premiere Pro classes. They can be taken anywhere and use live teachers who can answer questions in real-time and even look at students’ screens (with their permission, of course.)
Career-minded individuals will want to take advantage of the Premiere Pro Bootcamp and Video Editing Certificate programs offered by the creator of this tool, Noble Desktop. The bootcamp starts with the most basic of introductions, takes students through the ins and outs of video and audio editing, and ends by teaching such advanced features as green screen removal, speeding up and slowing down footage, and multi-cam editing. By the end of the bootcamp, you’ll be ready to create professional-quality videos for a multitude of purposes.
If you wish to combine learning Premiere Pro with the rest of Adobe’s creative suite for video production (After Effects and Audition), Noble also offers a Video Editing Certificate. After 66 hours of coursework, the student will be able to harness the considerable power of all three programs; by the time you’re done, you’ll even have a portfolio of completed projects to show prospective employers.
Further options include NYIM’s live online Premiere Pro classes and Career Centers’ Premiere Pro courses as well.
Since New York City is within commuting distance of much of Connecticut, residents of the state may well be interested in taking Noble’s classes live at their Manhattan location.
If you are looking for corporate onsite training in Premiere Pro, Noble Desktop can provide you with a range of options, one of which is sure to suit your company’s needs. Onsite classes can be arranged by bringing the teacher to your office to work with your employees or live online classes can be arranged using Zoom or some other teleconferencing platform. Vouchers are also available, which will enable your employees to take advantage of Noble’s regularly scheduled classes. They even offer volume discounts. Please don’t hesitate to contact Noble with any questions you may have.
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