Advanced Premiere Pro Training

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Our Advanced Premiere Pro course builds on your existing skills, taking your video editing to the next level. In this two day course you will move beyond the basics, learning how to create a proxy workflow, work with responsive design tools, develop multi camera editing skills, and professionally colour grade in Premiere Pro. You will touch on a wide range of other areas such as working with VR footage, importing .mogrt files, working with Input LUTs and more.

The 2 day Advanced course is available as a schedule course or can be delivered at clients own premises for teams.  If you would like to speak to one of our training advisor's about your requirements, please contact us on 0800 156 0777

£495.00ex vat

The Advanced Premiere Pro course covers the more advanced skills needed to create high quality video content that stands out.

Advanced Premiere Pro - Course Topics

Quick recap of the basic PP workflow

  • Importing assets
  • Making selections
  • Building timelines
  • Using the Tools

Understanding the Proxy Workflow in Premiere Pro

  • Machine considerations for the various types of footage to be used
  • Ways of creating proxies in PP
  • How to know you are using Proxies
  • Dropped frame indicator
  • Import options for MD5 verification

Keyboard Editing in Premiere Pro

  • Learn how to use keyboard shortcuts to quickly and efficiently edit your timeline in PP
  • Discover how to find and customize all your keyboard shortcuts in PP
  • Overview of preferences

Titles, Animation, Effects & Captions

  • A review of title creation in Premiere Pro including importing and using .mogrt files
  • Review of Responsive Design tools
  • A recap on animation options in PP for PiP (Picture in Picture) and title animation
  • Creating and using Open Captions in PP
  • Export options for Captions (Burn-in vs .srt)
  • Quick overview of some key Effects and review of restricting effects and tracking masks
  • If time, a quick overview of some FX tools available for PP (at extra cost)

Export Options and Project Management in PP

  • Project Management options in PP for Archiving projects
  • XML/AAF exports – Why? & How?
  • Export settings including the ‘Effects’ tab
  • Creating export presets
  • Export through PP vs Media Encoder
  • Non-standard exports (ie Instagram) and presets
  • Social Media exports
  • Intermediate format exports
  • Animated GIF exports

Mastering Audio in Premiere Pro

  • Understanding the various audio panels in PP
  • Understanding and using the ‘Essential Sound’ Panel
  • Tagging audio types and using ‘Ducking’
  • Applying audio fx to clips and tracks
  • Audio Gain and Audio Channels
  • Breaking audio into Mono
  • Parametric EA overview
  • Understanding the Tube-modeled compressor
  • Overview of sending clips and sequences to Adobe Audition
  • Recording audio into PP for guide tracks

Multi-camera Editing

  • Merging externally recorded audio with your camera files
  • Multicam editing is great fun and a very powerful way to create more compelling video. We will look at the whole multicam workflow including how to sync your various cameras, make quick cuts, replace camera angles, make additional cuts, edit cut points and flatten the final timeline.

Keying and integration with After Effects

  • We will look at Chroma Keying (green/blue-screen) inside of After Effects by sending our Premiere Pro clip to After Effects and seeing the final result back in PP

VR Overview

  • VR 360 and 180 is a similar workflow in terms of editing to that of working with normal footage. The key is knowing how to preview your VR timelines

Colour Grading/Correction in Premiere Pro

  • Understanding why different types of footage give different results when graded
  • What tools do you need for a good grade?
  • Lumetri Scopes – understanding what you are looking at (Waveform/Parade/Vectorscope YUV)!
  • The Lumetri Panel – overview of the various tools
  • Input LUTs
  • Creative LUTs
  • Curves
  • Primary and Secondary grading
  • Master vs Clip level grading
The following is a general outline. The range of topics covered during your training is dependent upon student level, time available and preferences of your course booking.

Our scheduled courses are designed to ensure you have a professional and productive experience.  With 20 years practice we have had plenty of time to get it right, but we are always open to new suggestions as well.

Reasons to choose Highlander for your professional training

  • A proven track record - Highlander has been established for 20 years.
  • High quality instruction - Our instructors are certified by Adobe, Google and CompTIA.
  • We make sure you are happy - Our satisfaction guarantee ensures you leave with a smile.
  • Follow on support - We give you 12 months post course support.

What you get on a Highlander Course

Start and finish times

Our courses start at 9.30am and typically run until 4pm. The finish time is based primarily on how much information people can retain in a day without being overwhelmed, and can vary slightly depending on individual class size and ability.

Equipment

Each delegate is provided with use of a computer, setup with the latest version of the software they are learning. Our York centre has a mix of Mac and PC's, so if you have a preference please advise us when booking. Older versions of software can usually be catered for on request.

If delegates prefer to work in their own environment and would rather bring their own laptop that is equally fine.

Refreshments

Hot drinks and bottled water is provided throughout the day together with a selection of biscuits and sweets.  There is a scheduled 15 minute break mid morning and again mid afternoon.

Lunch

There is a one hour break for lunch to allow delegates some time "off the screen".  Our centre is located on the well known Bishy Road in York, with a wide range of popular cafe's just a few metres from the front door. The street regularly features in national newspapers and has been described by Wall Street Journal as "an enclave of gourmet delis and cafes" while The Times described it as "York's answer to Notting Hill".

Course Materials

Course manuals / books are provided for all our standard scheduled courses and you get 12 months access to our learning management system which contains a variety of content ranging from video tutorials and refresher exercises through to copies of course slides.

Internet Access

All the machines have full internet access and free wifi is available to use within our centres.

Certificate of Completion

All delegates receive a certificate of completion to show they have completed an Adobe Authorised Training Course.

Who should attend this course

This course is aimed at people looking to professionally edit and manipulate video files, adding post production effects to a high standard.

You should have already attended the beginners Premiere Pro course or have equivalent experience