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Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2014 release) is a part of the official training series for Adobe graphics and publishing software. The lessons are designed so that you can learn at your own pace. If you’re new to Premiere Pro, you’ll learn the fundamental concepts and features you’ll need to use the program. This book also teaches many advanced features, including tips and techniques for using the latest version of this software.

The lessons in this edition include opportunities to use features such as multi-camera editing, keying, dynamic trimming, color correction, tapeless media, audio and video effects, and advanced integration with Adobe After Effects, Adobe SpeedGrade, and Adobe Audition. You’ll also learn how to create files for the Internet and mobile devices with Adobe Media Encoder. Premiere Pro CC is available for both Windows and Mac OS.

What is Adobe Premiere Pro CC ?

Adobe Premiere Pro CC, the essential editing tool for video enthusiasts and professionals, is the most scalable, efficient, and precise video-editing tool available. It supports a broad range of video formats, including AVCHD, HDV, XDCAM, EX, HD and HD422, PD DVCPRO HD, AVC-Intra, Canon XF, RED R3D, ARRIRAW, Digital SLR, Blackmagic CinemaDNG, Avid DNxHD, QuickTime and AVI files and many more. Premiere Pro lets you work faster and more creatively without converting your media. The complete set of powerful and exclusive tools lets you overcome any editorial, production, and workflow challenges to deliver the high-quality work you demand.

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  • GETTING STARTED
    • About Classroom in a Book
    • Prerequisites
    • Installing Premiere Pro CC
    • Optimizing performance
    • Copying the lesson files
    • Relinking the lesson files
    • How to use these lessons
    • How to access updates to this book
    • Additional resources
    • Adobe Authorized Training Centers
  • TOURING PREMIERE PRO CC
    • Getting started
    • Nonlinear editing in Premiere Pro
    • Expanding the workflow
    • Touring the Premiere Pro workspace
  • SETTING UP A PROJECT
    • Getting started
    • Setting up a project
    • Setting up a sequence
  • IMPORTING MEDIA
    • Getting started
    • Importing assets
    • Working with the Media Browser
    • Importing images
    • The media cache
  • ORGANIZING MEDIA
    • Getting started
    • The Project panel
    • Working with bins
    • Organzing media with content analysis
    • Monitoring footage
    • Modifying clips
  • ESSENTIALS OF VIDEO EDITING
    • Getting started
    • Using the Source Monitor
    • Navigating the Timeline
    • Essential editing commands
  • WORKING WITH CLIPS AND MARKERS
    • Getting started
    • Program Monitor controls
    • Controlling resolution
    • Using markers
    • Using Sync Lock and Track Lock
    • Finding gaps in the Timeline
    • Selecting clips
    • Moving clips
    • Extracting and deleting segments
  • ADDING TRANSITIONS
    • Getting started
    • What are transitions?
    • Edit points and handles
    • Adding video transitions
    • Using A/N mode to fine-tune a transition
    • Adding audio transitions
  • ADVANCED EDITING TECHNIQUES
    • Getting started
    • Four-point editing
    • Retiming clips
    • Replacing clips and footage
    • Nesting sequences
    • Regular trimming
    • Advanced trimming
    • Trimming in the Program Monitor
  • PUTTING CLIPS IN MOTION
    • Getting started
    • Adjusting the Motion effect
    • Changing clip position, size, and rotation
    • Working with keyframe interpolation
    • Using other motion-related effects

  • MULTI-CAMERA EDITING
    • Getting started
    • The multi-camera process
    • Creating a multi-camera sequence
    • Switching multple cameras
    • Finalizing multi-camera editing
  • EDITING AND MIXING AUDIO
    • Getting started
    • Setting up the interface to work with audio
    • Examinig audio characteristics
    • Voice-over “scratch track”
    • Adjusting autio volume
    • Creating a split edit
    • Adjusting audio levels for a clip
  • SWEETENING SOUND
    • Getting started
    • Sweetening sound with audio effects
    • Adjusting EQ
    • Applying effects in the Audio Track Mixer
    • Cleaning up noisy audio
  • ADDING VIDEO EFFECTS
    • Getting started
    • Working with effects
    • Master clip effects
    • Masking and tracking visual effects
    • Keyframing effects
    • Effect presets
    • Frequently used effects
  • COLOR CORRECTION AND GRADING
    • Getting started
    • Color-oriented workflow
    • An overview of color-oriented effects
    • Fixing exposure problems
    • Fixing color balance
    • Special color effects
    • Creating a look
  • EXPLORING COMPOSITING TECHNIQUES
    • Getting started
    • What is an aplha channel ?
    • Making compositing part of your projects
    • Working with the Opacity effect
    • Working with aplha-channel transparencies
    • Color keying a greenscreen shot
    • Using mattes
  • CREATING TITLES
    • Getting started
    • An overview of the Titler window
    • Video typography essentials
    • Creating titles
    • Stylizing text
    • Working with shapes and logos
    • Making text roll and crawl
  • MANAGING YOUR PROJECTS
    • Getting started
    • The File menu
    • Using the Project Manager
    • FInal project management steps
    • Importing projects or sequences
    • Managing collaboration
    • Managing your hard drives
  • EXPORTING FRAMES, CLIPS, AND SEQUENCES
    • Getting started
    • Overview of export options
    • Exporting single frames
    • Exporting a master copy
    • Working with Adobe Media Encoder
    • Exchanging with other editing applications
    • Recording to tape

Getting started…

There’s enormous demand for high-quality video content, and you’re working in an ever-changing landscape of old and new technologies. Despite all this rapid change, however, the goal of video editing is the same as it was in the early days of cinema. You want to take your footage and shape it, guided by your orginal version, so that you can communicate ideas and understanding with your audience.

In Premiere Pro CC, you’ll find a video editing system that supports the latest technology and cameras with powerfull tools that are easy to use and that integrate perfectly with almost every type of media, as well a wide range of third-party plug-ins and other post-production tools.

You’ll begin by reviewing the essential post-production workflow that most editors follow. Next you’ll see how Premiere Pro fits into Adobe Creative Cloud. Finaly, you’ll learn about the main components in the Premiere Pro interface and how to create custom workspaces.

Important note

Purchasing this book gives you access to electronic book updates that cover features that Adobe releases for Creative Cloud customers. For access follow these steps:

  1. On Mac or PC, go to www.peachpit.com/redeem
  2. Enter the code (12 letters/digits) from your book
  3. If you do not have a Peachpit.com account, you will be prompted to create one
  4. Download the file to your computer and you will have a live version of the book

Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book


Series: Classroom in a Book
Paperback: 504 pages
Publisher: Adobe Press;
1 edition (September 13, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0133927059
ISBN-13: 978-0133927054
Product Dimensions:
7.3 x 1 x 9 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds

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