Beginner to Intermediate Adobe Premiere Pro Training
Adobe Premiere Pro is an industry standard tool of choice used by many professional video editors. In this 18-hour course you’ll learn about filmmaking and video editing in addition to using the Premiere Pro software.
In this training we start with the basics, then rapidly progress through more intermediate features. You’ll learn how to organize and import footage, exporting options, how to use the Timeline, create titles, work with PSDs, use audio tracks, and more. Then quickly dive into more advanced features including multicam editing, color correction, speeding up footage, and stop-motion loops. By the end of the course, you’ll have the skills to start adding Adobe Premiere to your design repertoire.
The Interview: Adding Titles, Transitions, & Editing Music
Importing the Title Sequence
Adding a Dip to Black transition
Adding Background Music
The Interview: Color Correction
Clip Color Correction using Lumetri Color in Effect Controls
Create a travel promo with video, audio, and transitions.
Dynamically link to an After Effects project
Create a recipe how-to video.
Create a stop-motion video using greenscreen removal
Learn Adobe Premiere Pro & Video Editing
In this Adobe Premiere Pro bootcamp, you’ll gain a solid understanding of the software, and be introduced to the fundamentals of video editing.
This course is taught by Kalika Kharkar Sharma, an industry-experienced instructor who has produced animations for a wide range of clientele including CNBC, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network. Kalika brings years of experience teaching motion graphics and traditional and digital character animation at renowned art schools including NYU, Pratt Institute, and Rhode Island School of Design.
“As a novice video editor with literally no experience, this was hugely beneficial and helpful. I plan on coming back for the After Effects workshop. Well worth the money and time!”
Lecturer, Rochester Institute of Technology
“For someone who could not figure out the program on my own, it was SO worthwhile to get an idea of how to do some basic editing. I will definitely be able to use what I learned at my job.”
Fujitsu General America, Inc.
“As a filmmaker, this class gave me a comprehensive understanding of the editing software involved in filmmaking. I would recommend this to every filmmaker in New York City.”
Filmmaker, MN Acting Studio
“Always great learning from Noble Desktop. I recommend you all frequently and have had many other designers and artists mention you in conversation as well. Many thanks!”
“The best in-person, hands-on Creative app training I've found in 20+ years in the industry. You won't be disappointed.”
Creative Services Manager/Staff Photog, RIMS
“"I feel like I am well prepared to embark on my Premiere journey"”
Graphic Designer , Canon
“Class packed with intense information spelled out by a dedicated teacher to sharing her wealth of knowledge and information...”
Some experience working with timelines (video/audio editing) OR basic working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop is recommended. If you have never used Photoshop, consider taking Photoshop in a Day or our Photoshop Bootcamp.
Basic design skills are helpful, but not required.
Do I need to bring anything to the class?
No. We provide computers (Mac or PC) with Premiere Pro installed. Choose your operating system at checkout.
Do you offer discounts or a payment plan for this course?
10% Alumni Discount: Get 10% off this course if you’ve previously taken any 12+ hour course.
$100 Individuals Discount: Take $100 off this course if you’re an individual paying for yourself (you’re not being reimbursed by a company).
Discounts are applied at checkout (no promo code required) and will be verified after you place your order. Discounts are subject to change. Read our discount policies for more details.
This course is not eligible for a payment plan, which is only available for programs priced at $2,495 and above. Read our Payment Plan FAQ for more details.
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You may attend this training virtually (online) at the scheduled time the course is offered (New York, Eastern Time).
How does attending “live online” work?
Students can attend this training remotely through screen sharing software (we use Zoom).
Participants can hear the instruction, ask questions, and even share their screen with the instructor.
For audio you can use your computer’s microphone/speakers or call a phone number that we’ll provide.
Classes are activity-based and taught by a live instructor, so we strongly encourage students who are local to the area to attend in person!
Learn Through Real-World Projects
Learn the fundamentals of Premiere Pro in this bootcamp through class projects. First by watching a short demo, then by actually practicing on real-world projects, including a title card, promo video, and recipe how-to video.
Premiere Pro interface and workflow
Custom Premiere Pro Workbook Included
Our Premiere Pro bootcamp comes with a custom step-by-step training manual developed by our expert instructor. The exercises included will teach you to integrate videos, photos, text, and audio tracks to create real-world projects.
Custom Premiere Pro training workbook from Noble Desktop
Expert Premiere Pro Instructor
“The instructor was extremely knowledgeable about Premiere Pro, and the exercises were interesting. I feel like I can use this program now without being too intimidated.” Jonah Schrogin
Color Correction or Color Grading is the art of adjusting the colors of elements in your video projects, to create a particular feeling or mood, using settings (called Filters or Effects) in a video or graphics editing program.
These adjustments can also be used to “fix” things that were not filmed to one's liking. Exposure problems, white or color balance issues, removing or adjusting the amount of noise or grain in an image, changing the contrast, are all things that fall under the umbrella of Color Correction or Color Grading.
For broadcast TV work, Premiere's Lumetri or DaVinci Resolve are good choices for color correction.
Can be separated into 4 basic categories: Ambient sounds or Ambience (background noise), Music, Voiceover or Dialogue, and Sound Effects.
The best practice when working with audio is to do a rough edit and adjustment of sound excerpts and audio volume in a video editing program such as Premiere, and then export OMF files for a professional sound designer.