Beginning editing at NWFF

Beginning Editing with Adobe Premiere CC

November 7, 14, 28 Wednesdays: 6:30-9:30 tifatomb@gmail.com

Premiere Pro Class Goals: Tour of Premiere Editing Workflow Explaining the Interface - Project Window, Source, Program, Effects, and other necessary windows for basic cutting User Preferences (Adobe defaults and what your computer can do) Setting up a project Configuring a workspace Importing digital media - how to save to disk - Import, Media Browser & Ingest settings Organizing media with bins, Metadata Reviewing and marking clips Assembling your movie using basic editing techniques Editing tools, Trimming, Ripple, roll, slip, etc - shortcuts Transitions Learning about editing audio, and Essential Sound Panel Titles with essential graphics panel Adjusting color with Lumetri color Sharing and Exporting with Media Encoder

Class 1 November 7

Introductions Intro to editing a project Tour of Premiere Editing Workflow User Preferences (Adobe defaults and what your computer can do) Explaining the Interface - Project Window, Source, Program, Effects, and other necessary windows for basic cutting Setting up a project Configuring a workspace Importing digital media - how to save to disk - Import, Media Browser & Ingest settings Organizing media with bins, Metadata Reviewing and marking clips, insert v Overwrite Assembling your movie using basic editing techniques Editing definitions: B-roll, Rough cut, Assembly cut, Cutaways, transitions, etc

By the end of class 1, students will hopefully have set up their sample projects, and begun using the editing tools to cut a short scene.

Class 2 November 14

Review last week’s intro Reviewing and marking clips Assembling your movie using basic editing techniques Editing tools, Trimming, Ripple, roll, slip, etc - shortcuts Transitions Learning about editing audio, and Essential Sound Panel Titles with essential graphics panel Adjusting color with Lumetri color Sharing and Exporting with Media Encoder By the end of class 2, students will hopefully export their scene, with sound, titles, and color adjustments.

Class 3

November 28 Review information from the previous 2 classes Class viewing of pieces from class 2, with constructive feedback Using proxies Adjusting the timing of your edits Music, plug-ins, 3rd party software Relinking offline clips Frame rates & metadata Interpreting footage Keyframing and motion Use new knowledge to edit their own pieces, or continue to work on more editing basics, with instructor help.

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Nathifa Tomb