Adobe Premiere Editing

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    Weekend 3rd & 4th October 2020 10am-4.30pm at Film Oxford (Beginner's Course) - Places available

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    Cost

    £166, £149 (early booking discount by 20th September), £124 concessions

This practical Adobe Premiere Editing course is designed for those looking to edit their own material using Adobe Premiere Pro software (beginners or improvers). Over the weekend we will discuss all aspects of the video post-production stage using the popular desk-top editing software Adobe Premiere Pro (as used by the TV companies such as The BBC, in Feature Film production, corporate videos and by filmmakers creating Short Films). Learn how to import footage and edit, explore transitions, titling, sound editing and effects. Throughout the course, the tutor will be able to advise students on their own projects and ideas (subject to time constraints). Good computer skills required, aimed at confident beginners. Software runs on MAC or PC. Maximum class size 7 participants.

Important: Your course at the Film Oxford building  will follow government social distancing guidelines that are in place at the time the course is run.

Course Tutor: Andy Hall

Visit Andy’s websites: http://www.andyhall.tv/        http://www.soundmotive.tv/

For general info about Premiere pro on Adobe site click here

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COURSE OUTLINE:

Course content may change according to participants needs.
Subjects covered include:
Audio editing, Transitions & Effects, Picture editing, Titling, Preparing and Importing film files, Managing Projects Effectively.

Day 1
Intro to digital editing systems, history and context
Intro to premiere interface and layout, Timeline, Project window and the playback windows
First exercise, getting familiar with moving clips on timeline
Setting up your computer to run premiere
Importing files & file management (also importance of logging)
Defining clips in source monitor (mark in. mark out)
Start the main exercise
Recap and Q&A

Day 2
Recap
Trimming – with practice
Titling – with practice
Titling effects, effects window, keyframes, adding motion – with practice
Sound – Audio editing in premiere – with practice
Effects and Transitions – e.g. colour balance and dissolves – with practice
Use of stills within premiere and Keyboard Shortcuts
Exporting to different file formats – learners make master file of their exercise
Q&A – tutor will answer specific questions from learners and demonstrate advanced features, (time for this depends on how quickly learners complete exercises)
Recap – feedback from students, where next, After effects, Adobe TV, Free trial/buying Premiere

Early booking discount & concessions for Adobe Premiere Editing?

Anyone can get the early booking discount rate, if they book by the early booking discount date shown in top right of this page (usually 2 weeks before the course start date, but may vary).

Discount for students, NHS workers and people on some means-tested benefits, proof is required such as student card, NHS staff card or benefit letter.

Means tested benefits: JSA, Income Support; Working Tax Credit (not child tax credit); Council Tax Benefit (not student/single person/reduction due to disability); Housing Benefit; Pension Credit (guarantee); Unwaged Dependent of these benefits & Universal Credit.

All Film Oxford Courses are subsidised by Oxfordshire Adult Learning

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