Get started with video editing techniques in Adobe Premiere Pro.
In this one-day Premiere course, you’ll learn file structure and organization, importing footage, exporting, using the Timeline, creating titles, working with PSDs, and audio tracks by working on real film projects.
Learn about filmmaking and editing in addition to the Premiere software. By the end of the course, you’ll have the skills to start adding Adobe Premiere to your design repertoire, including:
File Structure and organization in Premiere
Key video terminology
Importing videos and photos
Working with the Titling Tool
Adding movement to layered PSDs and still images
Working with multiple audio tracks
Film editing principles such as shot composition and screen direction
Integrating graphic assets
Keyboard shortcuts to speed your workflow
Resources to find footage to continue practicing the art of editing
Key video terminology: timecode, drop-frame, timeline, clips, edit, in point, out point, duration, take, shot, pacing/timing, bin, select, stringout
Creating a sequence from scratch
Adding and editing music
Synching videos to sound
Creating an audio fade
Working with the Source Monitor to adjust in/out points
Using the Razorblade tool to cut video
Adding fade in/out on music & video, and customizing duration
Adding Effects & Transitions
Re-sizing a clip using Effects Controls
Adding a cross-fade between clips (cross-dissolve)
Adding a static PNG logo file as an overlay video layer
Working within Title and Action Safety
Using effects/filters to change color of overlay
Setting the overlay's fade in-outs to match underlying picture
Exporting the edit
Creating a Title Card
Editing audio levels
Importing a layered Photoshop file
Adjusting the timing of layer entry points
Adding animation and intro to keyframes
Working with the Type tool to add text
Using fades and video effects
Section 2: Zoo Promotional Video
Camera moves, transitions and text
Editing together photos and videos in the Timeline
Using the Slip Edit tool with videos
Working in the Effect Controls panel to create movement within clips
Scaling photos to fit the frame
Creating virtual camera moves on photos
Using the Effects window to find transitions
Adding transitions to clips, such as fades, cross-dissolves and push-slides
Working with the Type tool to create subtitles
Revising an edit
Duplicating a sequence before revising: best practice
Replacing part of the voiceover track with an alternate take
Using the Track Select Forward tool
Adjusting edit timing by removing and re-organizing shot timings
Create a travel promo with video, audio, and transitions.
Create a title card using a layered Photoshop file.
Enhance a video sequence with transitions, effects, and titles.
Learn Adobe Premiere Pro at Noble Desktop
In this Adobe Premiere Pro course, you’ll get a solid understanding of the software, and be introduced to the basic foundations 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.
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.
Learn Through Real-World Projects
Learn the fundamentals of Premiere Pro in this one-day class through class projects. First by watching a short demo, then by actually practicing on real-world projects, including a title card and promo video.
Premiere Pro project
Learn then Practice
All of our Premiere Pro classes come 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.
Each Premiere Pro class comes with a custom workbook
Learn Premiere Pro in a Day
This class is designed to get you up and running quickly with the fundamentals of Premiere. You’ll dive in and learn enough to start using the program on your own. If you only have one day to spare, this is the class for you!
Learn Premiere Pro through step-by-step projects
“It's easy to feel overwhelmed in the ever changing field of video production and Premiere in a Day made it very easy to navigate and awesome! I feel accomplished!”
Producer, Discovery Communications
Attended the Premiere Pro in a Day class
“Premiere Pro in a Day is an exciting & fun class. Kalika is a great instructor and patiently explains the steps and thoroughly helps you to understand the program. I left with much more confidence that I could master Premiere Pro. Syncing multi-cam clips was the highlight of the day! I highly recommend the class.”
Victoria learned the fundamentals of video editing in our Premiere Pro in a Day class.
“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
Matthew learned the fundamentals of video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro in our one-day class.
“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 took our Premiere Pro in a Day class to learn about filmmaking and editing with Adobe's Premiere Pro software.
“Kalika's class is thorough, easy to follow, and immersive. I came in never having touched Premiere and was able to pull the projects together in no time - by the end of the day!”
Krissy learned video editing with Premiere Pro in our Premiere Pro in a Day class.
“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.
Learned the fundamentals of Premiere Pro in our one-day course