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- Apr 17th, 2009
Adobe Premiere Pro can turn anyone into a video editor - create your artistic vision with this amazing Nonlinear Editor.
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Adobe Premiere was one of the first nonlinear editing applications to make waves in the consumer video editing space, and over the years it has matured to become one of the best video editing applications on the market. But with all it's advanced features, Premiere is a very deep program that is hard to learn from trial and error alone - if you want to get the most out of this complex piece of video software, you need focused training!
In this tutorial program by veteran educator Dan Moughamian, you'll learn all the skills required to effectively and efficiently edit professional videos in Adobe Premiere CS4. The program starts with an overview of the Premiere workspace, followed by an interesting refresher covering important video editing theory like aspect ratios, keyframes, codecs, and more.
With the theory of video editing covered, you'll move on to explore editing and effecting video clips, using transitions to achieve dramatic effects, manipulating time, and creating engaging titles to display extra information for your videos.
This is a comprehensive training course, but you don't need to watch the entire show. Use the keyword search features and detailed menu system to quickly find topics of interest - that's the essence of Nonlinear Educating! For a full list of this tutorial's topics, see the Table of Contents.
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Very great tutorial! It was very thorough and detailed everything that a beginner would need to get started in video production.
I've seem others, but this beats everything. Specially on a 30" monitor. A dream has materialized. And don't forget the superb explanation. Does a 5+ exist?