Adobe Training Overview|
Premiere 6.0 Introduction is a hands-on instruction book that will introduce you to most of the features of the Adobe Premiere 6.0 program. In this course, you will use both basic and advanced editing tools to edit audio and video clips, to create a complete digital movie.
Adobe Training Prerequisites
To ensure your success, you must have a basic understanding of your computer's operating system. For example, you should know how to launch an application, create and save files, and copy files from CDs and other media.
Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.
You will need
- An Intel Pentium processor (@300 MHz)
- Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows 2000, Windows Millennium, or Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 4.
- At least 32 MB of available RAM (128 recommended).
- At least 85 MB of available hard-disk space required for installation, and an additional 310 MB for the course data.
- A monitor capable of displaying 24 bit color at a resolution of at least 800 x 600 (1024 x 768 or more recommended).
- A CD-ROM drive.
- Adobe Premiere 6.0.
Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Adobe Training Course duration
- · Navigate in the Adobe Premiere environment using the Project, Monitor, and Timeline windows.
- · Create a new Premiere project, and specify video, audio, and other settings based on the intended use of the project.
- · Organize a project using bins.
- · Perform basic editing on video and audio clips.
- · Add transitions to create visual interest to a project.
- · Change audio settings to skillfully integrate audio into a project.
- · Perform advanced editing techniques, including three- and four-point editing, lift, and track targeting.
- · Apply video effects to a project to enhance the presentation of clips.
- · Add static and rolling titles to a project as screen titles and credits.
- · Export a project to QuickTime format.
Adobe Training Course outline
Lesson 1: The Premiere Environment
Topic 1B: Organizing a Project
Lesson 2: Basic Editing
- Topic 1A: Premiere Environment Overview
- Task 1A-1: Opening a Project in Premiere
- Task 1A-2: Using the Project Window
- Task 1A-3: Using the Timeline Window
- Task 1A-4: Using the Monitor Window
- Task 1A-5: Using Palettes
Topic 2B: Adding Clips to a Project
- Topic 2A: Creating a New Project
- Task 2A-1: Setting the Timebase and Frame Rate
- Task 2A-2: Specifying Video Settings
Topic 2C: Adding Clips to the Timeline
- Task 2B-1: Importing Clips
- Task 2B-2: Organizing Audio and Video Clips
Lesson 3: Using Transitions
Topic 3A: Adding Transitions
- Task 2C-1: Trimming Clips in the Clip Window
- Task 2C-2: Trimming Clips in the Timeline
- Task 2C-3: Trimming Clips in the Source View
Topic 3B: Transition Settings
- Task 3A-1: Adding Transitions to the Program
Topic 3C: Generating a Preview
- Task 3B-1: Changing Transition Settings
Topic 3D: Combining Still Frames and Transitions
- Task 3C-1: Previewing the Project
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- Task 3D-1: Creating Still Frames
- Task 3D-2: Creating a Bin from a Folder
- Task 3D-3: Creating a Still Image Sequence
- Task 3D-4: Arranging Clips for Transition Effects
- Task 3D-5: Adding Transitions to the Still Image Sequence
Lesson 4: Working with Audio
Topic 4A: Audio Adjustments
Topic 4B: Editing Audio Clips
Topic 4C: Advanced Audio Editing
- Task 4B-1: Adjusting Gain
- Task 4B-2: Creating Fades
- Task 4B-3: Creating a Cross Fade
- Task 4B-4: Duplicating Left and Right
Lesson 5: Advanced Editing Techniques
- Task 4C-1: Targeting Clips
- Task 4C-2: Taking the Audio Portion of a Video Clip
Topic 5A: Three-Point Editing
Topic 5B: Rolling and Ripple Edits
- Task 5A-1: Using a Three-Point Edit
Topic 5C: Four-Point Editing
- Task 5B-1: Using a Rolling Edit
- Task 5B-2: Performing a Ripple Edit
Topic 5D: Slip and Slide
- Task 5C-1: Performing a Four Point Edit
Topic 5E: Using Multiple Video Tracks
- Task 5D-1: Performing Slip and Slide Edits
Lesson 6: Working with Titles
- Task 5E-1: Adding Video to a Second Track
- Task 5E-2: Using the Lift Button
- Task 5E-3: Adjusting the Audio Clip Volume
Topic 6A: Creating Static Titles
Topic 6B: Rolling Titles
- Task 6A-1: Creating Basic Titles
- Task 6A-2: Adding the Title Text
- Task 6A-3: Placing a Title in the Project
Lesson 7: Working with Video Effects
- Task 6B-1: Creating Rolling Titles
- Task 6B-2: Trimming in the Source View
- Task 6B-3: Using the Zoom Transition with Rolling Text
- Task 6B-4: Building the Final Sequence
Topic 7A: Video Effects
Lesson 8: Exporting the Project
- Task 7A-1: Using Video Effects
Topic 8A: Exporting the Project
- Task 8A-1: Exporting the Project in QuickTime Format