Course content 01h 45m
Intro

1 Videos | Watch Time: 01m

  • Course Introduction 01:02
Project and workspace Settings

5 Videos | Watch Time: 28m

  • Project Creation & Data Management 03:04
  • Project Panel 03:04
  • Sequence Setting 10:03
  • Source Panel VS Program Panel 03:30
  • Workspace 08:19
Practical Work

10 Videos | Watch Time: 01h 16m

  • Basic Editing 10:55
  • Tools 09:01
  • Automatic and Manual Audio Sync 06:03
  • Audio Editing 09:50
  • Video Effects 09:09
  • Color Corrections 07:11
  • Type Tool 08:03
  • Animation 05:45
  • Creating Transitions 05:14
  • Finishing & Exporting 05:34
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Learn how to do video editing in premiere pro

Farid Fana. Instructor & Designer

Learn how to do video editing in premiere pro

Farid Fana .Instructor & Designer

Learn how to do video editing in premiere pro


I have gladly announced a Premiere Pro course in a standard way for those who want to make or create their own videos for social media platforms, and as well as for those who want to become a professional movie editor.

 

In this course we have covered all of the important points of becoming an editor such as:

  • Project Setting

  • Workspace Setting

  • Difference between Project Setting and Sequence Setting

  • What is Source Panel and Program Panel and their Difference

  • File Arrangements and Project Creation

  • Editing Techniques

  • Editing Tools

  • Audio Editing and Audio Effects

  • Video Effects

  • Color Corrections

  • Type Tool

  • Animation

  • Creating your own Transitions

  • Finishing and Exporting your Project

After successfully completing this course you will be able to solve your editing problems by your own and come up with your editing creativity and your own creation.

 

What you'll learn

  • They will learn raw data and project arrangements.
  • They will learn video editing in a standard way.
  • Students can also learn audio & video effects and master them by practice.
  • Animations.
  • Color Grading/Color Correction.
  • Basic Editing and tools which are used in basic editing.

Skills you'll gain

  • Graphic Design

Who is this course for:

  • Graphic Designers
  • Video Editors & Videographers
  • influencers

FAQ

What's Premiere Pro?
Premiere Pro is a powerful, customizable, nonlinear video editor that lets you edit your way. Import and combine virtually any type of media, from video shot on a phone to raw 5K and higher resolution footage, and then edit it in its native format without wasting time transcoding. The app offers a sleek, highly intuitive user interface, a customizable timeline, numerous editing shortcuts, and robust media management options. And because real-time performance is critical for rich, complex sequences, Premiere Pro delivers the fastest solution in the industry. The Adobe Mercury Playback Engine supports most formats, and you can use multiple GPU cards to accelerate render and export times.
What are the minimum system requirements to run Premiere Pro?
Minimum specifications for HD video workflows: Intel® 6th Gen or newer CPU – or AMD Ryzen™ 1000 Series or newer CPU Recommended specifications for HD, 4K, or higher: Intel® 7th Gen or newer CPU with Quick Sync – or AMD Ryzen™ 3000 Series / Threadripper 2000 series or newer CPU
Do I need a specific Graphic Card to get faster performance when using GPU-accelerated features?
Yes, the Mercury Playback Engine brings performance gains to all the graphics cards listed in the Premiere Pro system requirements. GPU acceleration makes the creative process more fluid and speeds up rendering for faster output. Adobe continually evaluates new cards for support.
What hardware make Premiere Pro runs even better?
Premiere Pro has a scalable architecture, so performance scales with the speed of your system. The minimum system requirements for your workflow depend on the type of content you plan to work with. With native 64-bit support, Premiere Pro can take advantage of all the available RAM on your system. For multicore systems, Adobe recommends 4GB or more of RAM per core. On any system, you can see substantial performance gains as you add more RAM. 16GB of RAM is a good baseline if you plan to run multiple applications simultaneously. Plus, the Adobe Mercury Transmit plug-in enables tighter integration with third-party I/O hardware.

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