Video Editing with Premiere Pro CC

Video Editing with Premiere Pro CC

12 September 2017 - 24 October 2017
18 HOURS
TUESDAY
18.00 - 21.00
Tutor: 
Andrew Mckelvey

Edit your own short film using Adobe editing software Premiere Pro CC. The course will cover the practical techniques and expand upon the creative possibilities offered by Premiere Pro. You will learn how to edit your video and sound and apply simple titles and effects alongside digital file management for a smooth and easy editing process.

The course will highlight the range of applications Premiere Pro offers in the production of professional and experimental video. Computer experience is required. 

**Please note there will be a week break during these dates, with no course on Tuesday 26 September.**

Course Outline

Week 1: In the beginning... Introduction to Editing and Premiere Pro

  • A short history of editing – analogue to digital
  • Getting to know the layout of the program
  • Working with clip bins and creating sequences
  • Making selects from the rushes and sound files by creating in and out points
  • Introducing the clips to the Timeline and making a simple edit with music
  • Understanding rendering for smooth full quality playback

Week Two: Making Editing Easy - Offline Editing – Organisation of project and breaking down footage

  • Transcoding - converting the footage into an editable file and understanding codecs and meta data
  • Understanding the importance of scratch disks
  • Video ingest – importing and organizing clips
  • Organising and breaking down rushes using annotated markers and sub-clips
  • Introducing audio and music to the timeline, cutting and leveling
  • Re-linking lost footage
  • Basics of the effects and motion settings

Week Three: Story Telling – Building narrative and understanding the power of editing in film and documentary

  • Learn different editing techniques to build a comprehensive narrative
  • Sync video and sound by timecode and clapper board
  • Work with footage with sync-sound shot for the medium of film and documentary to create a flowing piece of dialogue
  • Using cut-aways and non-sync footage to build narrative and experimenting with subverting the conventions of these formats

Week Four: Sound and Soundtrack - Understanding the importance of sound design and music for narrative and atmosphere in film and experimental video

  • Learn how to enhance your film with sound and music
  • Laying down music and cutting the footage to fit
  • Building sound design around an existing edit with sync-sound and SFX.
  • Learn how sound can change the mood of a piece by creating a comedy and drama version of the same edit.
  • Building sound and video together to create an experimental piece
  • Mastering the audio and making sure that it is all leveled
Week Five: Art Attack! Online Editing - Applying simple effects, titles and compositing basics
  • Adjusting scale and positioning and using motion keyframes to create movement over time
  • Adding titles and animating them
  • Applying transitions and various stock video effects
  • Layering tracks and using opacity and different layer blending effects
  • Creating masks and using motion tracking
  • Working with green-screen footage, creating mattes, mask filters and working with multiple layers

Week Six: Delivery - Colour correcting, mastering video and sound, exporting project and uploading online
Learn what is required before ‘delivering’ or exporting your final film

  • Using Lumetri Colour Effects, the colour correcting function within Premiere Pro CC
  • Working with tracked masks to isolate certain areas within your image to colour correct
  • The best ways of exporting your film for online
  • Conforming your project if working with offline proxies
  • Compressing video and uploading online

 

Courses are open to all individuals aged 16 and over. We cannot accept bookings for participants under this age.

Book Now  or call us on 0131 622 6200.

Please read our cancellation policy before booking

 

Waged: 
£199.00
concession: 
£179.00