Adobe Training Description|
You have probably shot video with a digital video camera, and maybe recorded audio clips. However, you now need to assemble the video, audio, and still images to create a video program. In this course, you will use Adobe® Premiere® Pro 2.0 to create a video program that combines video, audio, and still images.
Adobe Training Objective
You will create a video program that combines video, audio, and still images, using Adobe Premiere Pro.
Adobe Training Prerequisites
Before taking this course, students should be familiar with the basic functions of their computer's operating system such as creating folders, launching programs, and working with windows. Students should also have basic Windows application skills, such as copying and pasting objects, formatting text, saving files, and so on.
Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.
Students who need to edit video clips and create digital movies, but have little or no experience using Premiere Pro or students who want to edit video more quickly, integrate video with other Adobe products, and work in a digital format that can be repurposed for multiple uses. They may have experience using graphic design and illustration programs, such as page layout or photo editing programs, but probably do not have experience using other video editing applications.
- Intel Pentium III 800 MHz processor (Pentium 4, 3 GHz recommended).
- At least 256 MB of RAM (1 GB or more recommended).
- At least 800 MB of available hard-disk space.
- A color monitor with at least 1280x1024 monitor resolution and 32-bit color display (OpenGL card recommended).
- Microsoft DirectX-compatible sound card (multichannel ASIO-compatible sound card for surround sound support recommended).
- Adobe Premiere Pro certified capture card.
- DVD recorder (DVD-R/DVD-RW) required for export to DVD.
- Audio speakers.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- assemble a sequence of media clips.
- edit a sequence.
- enhance a sequence with transitions, effects, and titles.
- work with audio.
- capture media.
- export a video
- Microsoft® Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4, or Windows XP with Service Pack 2.
- Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0
- The latest versions of Windows Media Player and QuickTime
Adobe Training Course duration
Adobe Training Course outline
Lesson 1: Assembling a Sequence
Lesson 2: Editing a Sequence
- Topic 1A: Create a Project
- Topic 1B: Customize the Workspace
- Topic 1C: Organize Media Files
- Topic 1D: Add Clips to a Sequence
Lesson 3: Enhancing a Sequence
- Topic 2A: Edit Footage
- Topic 2B: Trim Clips
- Topic 2C: Insert Clips
- Topic 2D: Replace Clips
- Topic 2E: Adjust Clips
Lesson 4: Working with Audio
- Topic 3A: Add Transitions
- Topic 3B: Apply Effects
- Topic 3C: Add a Title
- Topic 3D: Create a Composite
Lesson 5: Capturing Media
- Topic 4A: Adjust Audio
- Topic 4B: Apply Audio Effects
- Topic 4C: Map Source Channels
Lesson 6: Exporting Video
- Topic 5A: Capture Video Manually
- Topic 5B: Capture Video Using the Device Transport Controls
- Topic 5C: Perform a Batch Capture
Appendix A: Clip Notes
- Topic 6A: Export a Movie File
- Topic 6B: Export a Video File to a DVD
- Topic 6C: Export a Video for the Web
Supplemental Lesson Producing Output
Appendix B: Adobe® Certified Expert (ACE) Objective Mapping
- Topic 1A: Create Clip Notes