Premiere Pro is an industry standard tool of choice used by many professional video editors.
In this intermediate course, we’ll dive deeper into the application’s capabilities including multicam editing, how to speed up and freeze-frame footage, stop-motion loops, dynamic transitions, speed-ramping footage, and color correction techniques. In addition, we’ll cover how to export your projects for social media, create animated GIFs, and much more.
It is strongly recommended that you have taken our Premiere Pro in a Day course, or have equivalent working experience with the software.
Interview: Syncing, Multicams, Editing Audio & Video
Creating the Multicam
Using a different audio track
Editing audio & video
Adding a Dip to Black transition
Adding background music & adjusting audio
Clip Color Correction using effects
Recipe How-to Video
Learn to speed up and freeze-frame footage
Add graphic element overlays
Time out object animation photography
Add color effects
Importing still images at short durations
Creating a loop in Premiere
Nesting sequences within one another
Editing video clips to music
Adding dynamic transitions
Using color filters and effects to enhance footage
Working with Mattes
Output for Instagram
Dynamically link to an After Effects project
Create a recipe how-to video
Create a stop-motion video using greenscreen removal
Edit a multi-camera interview
Advance Your Premiere Pro Skills
Take your Premiere Pro skills to the next level with this 2-day class. Building on our beginner one-day class, you’ll cover more advanced features of Premiere Pro, including multicam editing and motion graphics. Learn these skills with step-by-step exercises in a small class led by a professional film editor and motion graphics instructor.
Be comfortable with the basics of Premiere Pro. This class builds on our Premiere Pro in a Day class, so you should have equivalent knowledge.
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?
Shorter courses such as this are already affordably priced and are not eligible for discounts.
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.
Can I take this course online (remote learning)?
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 then Practice
Learn intermediate techniques in Premiere Pro through class projects. First the instructor will demo, then you’ll practice on projects that include multicam editing, speed-ramping footage, and other advanced effects.
Premiere professional teaching student new skills
Custom Premiere Pro Workbook Included
Our Intermediate Premiere Pro class comes with a custom step-by-step training manual sold to universities and schools around the world. Recreate the class projects and refresh the materials anytime after the class.
Each Premiere class comes with a custom workbook
Industry Expert Instructor
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. Well accustomed to teaching motion graphics and video editing, Kalika has been teaching at well known design schools and universities for many years.
Students learning Premiere Pro in class at Noble Desktop
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.