Back when desktop video editing was just a sparkle in every film editor's eye, Michael was busy creating Final Cut Pro. Learn Final Cut Pro from one of the original designers of this incredible piece of software!
Your clips have been imported and organized... now it's edit time. In this course, expert editor Michael Wohl shows you how to get started. You'll first learn how to view, size and play your clips. Then you'll see how to speed up your workflow flow by customizing Premiere's Keyboard and Transport controls so your hands stay on the keyboard as much as possible. Next up is a look at Markers where you'll learn how to place, edit and move them around on the timeline.
With the basic Premiere tools under your belt, MIchael takes you through the nonlinear editing process. You'll see how and why to use different techniques from simple overwrites to more complex 4-point fit-to-fill edits. You'll also learn how to find, navigate and modify sequences.
Finally, Michael puts it all together with a look at Premiere Pro's Sequence interface where he shows you the Markers Panel, the Timeline Header Controls and how to customize the program monitor to suit your editing style.
By the end of this 29-tutorial course you'll know how to edit your content in an environment that works for you and, at the same time, speed up your production workflow, the Premiere Pro way!
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Neil wrote on April 27, 2015
Great course on Premiere Pro! Lots of great shortcuts and methods on how to get comfortable with editing in the software.
Chaeya wrote on November 21, 2014
I love how simple Michael makes everything sound, and seeing everything as he's explaining it makes it worthwhile. I've worked with other movie making programs, but on a cheaper level, but it does give me some familiarity with the program.
Warren Seegers wrote on June 2, 2014
Since Apple decided to force a change in the way we have traditionally edited, I am looking at switching to Media Composer or Premiere. Watching these videos are helping me make an educated and financially sound choice in software. Thanks Mac Pro Video for the videos that serve as training and product review tools.
Matt Cameron wrote on March 7, 2013
The course was great, a lot of this is similar to linear multi-track audio software and that's great! I appreciate the beginner training as on your own you might miss things about the tools and menus.