Adobe® Premiere Pro® CC Video Editing: The Complete Guide

 

Adobe® Premiere Pro® CC Video Editing: The Complete Guide

 

Lesson Info

Creating Timelapses: Animation

Go here I'm gonna start with this time lapse, people are enjoying it and I'm gonna go ahead and I'm going to lock in position and scale. And then I'll go down here and I can now change this to 100%, I'll just type in 100%, and what I'm gonna do is pick the part of the image that I wanna zoom into. I'm gonna double click on it, and maybe I wanna zoom into, I'll look around, let's go into this little house over here, okay. It has created the keyframes. Let's go back to the first keyframe, hit static, start to move, I just am doing now a camera push with a time lapse using all the skills that we've already learned and it looks really, really cool. I'm gonna do the same thing now, I'm gonna go ahead and hit Undo. Instead of doing a push, I'm gonna go ahead and take the same image, I'm gonna start it, I'm gonna hit my little clocks here, okay. Hit my stopwatch, okay. Now I'm gonna start it at 100%, one, o, o, boom. Position it. Down here I wanna make sure I see the house but really the clou...

ds are the exciting thing. Start right there. Position my play head where I want the action to start, that's what we tend to forget to do, we tend to forget that it's position, time, keyframe. That's your mantra, position, time, keyframe. Position, position, position, okay. Position, and then I lock that, this is the position where I'm on the shot, my timing, where I am on the timeline, now I say make a keyframe, position and scale. Then I move it to a new position in my timeline. I'm sorry, the new place in my timeline. Timeline's always the important thing. Slide that over, all the way to the end. We did this with the panorama, when we were working with the stills and now it automatically creates the keyframes. I could push, I don't wanna do that. I could pop in an extra one that I don't really need but I do it by habit, and now I hit Play and there we have a nice pan along with our clouds moving. So that is the magic of really working with individual images creating these really cool time lapses and you know, I could make 'em on time lapses all day. I will throw it open to the class if you have any questions on what we did or how you should do things and go for it. Can you recommend smooth ways to either repeat it or you know go backwards? Okay so, let's say I have a time lapse but I wanna repeat it. I wanna create some sort of like a wallpaper I wanted to. So here's the trick to make something repeat. I love questions because I would never have explained this yet I know how to do it. So I wanna make what's called a looping video. So the trick is, with any video that you wanna make a looping video, you find a good spot in the middle and you cut it in half. So I go command K, the cut tool, and now what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna swap these two clips. I'm gonna put this at the very beginning. So I could go, bring this over, bring this back, I'm gonna teach you a new technique. I wanna just swap these two clips and this works with anything. So if I drag it and let go, it would just overwrite. That's not what we wanna do. But if I hold down a modifier key, let me do that zoomed in so you can see what I'm doing, so I'm pulling to left and I wanna kind of point out that there's a little pop up down in the lower left hand corner when you start doing things. It's a, oh if you hold down the option key, you'll do this. If you hold down the command key, the control key, you'll do this. Obviously I'm not, see. So I drag this over and it says, oh, an overwrite I just drop it. If I wanna do it as an insert, hit the, and this is Mac specific because this is a Mac, use the command key, and then if I wanna duplicate our shift, there's all these different options. So if I use the command key, let's see if I have enough fingers to zoom out, okay. So bring it over, command, it actually did a swap edit, insert it and then put that to the end. So now, if I play this, you're gonna see a huge jump, of course, boom and we learned that there is no extra media here because I just used it all. So you know, I don't care. This is the end of clip one, this is the beginning of clip one. They're different already. I'm gonna go ahead and ripple trim that so I have space, ripple trim this so I have space, and I'm just doing an arbitrary amount, and now I'm gonna go ahead and put a dissolve, which is my default transition I hope still, in between here, maybe even stretch it out and this is great with clouds, and what's gonna happen when I play it, is you'll see a dissolve and now I can either put it in a situation where it automatically loops or if I really wanna put this maybe as a background, select it, copy, move my play head, paste, and you can paste as many as you want, but because of the way I built it, you would think there would be, this is really where the world changes. This is the original connection of the clips. There's no change there because this was really the whole clip that I cut in half. So now what it's doing as it gets to the end, it's dissolving, it's dissolving, and I can go ahead and I can have this as a looping background as long as I need and that's the trick that I think is really cool that we wouldn't have had had you not asked that question.

Class Description

This is the class I've been waiting for! Learning the software is one thing, but to watch an experienced editor at work is priceless. It also helps that Abba is an incredible teacher. He's able to hold my attention and explain things in a way that I actually retain the information." - April, Creative Live Student  

Join one of the best editing instructors, Abba Shapiro, to learn how to work effectively in Premiere Pro®. In this series, you'll learn the tools that allow you to build a story with video.

Abba will cover essential topics such as creating time lapse videos, building a rough cut, working with audio and incorporating motion and titles in your videos. Abba will show basic color correction techniques as well as incorporating filters to enhance the look of your final video.

Lesson Plan

  • Understanding Editing 
  • Tour the Interface 
  • Building a Rough Cut 
  • Refining Your Edit 
  • Working with Audio 
  • Transitions 
  • Filters & Effects 
  • Motion and Animation 
  • Titling and Graphics 
  • Speed Changes 
  • Color Correction 
  • Finishing: Prepping for Output 
  • Sharing and Exporting 
  • Ingesting Media  
  • Media Management & Archiving 
  • Multi-Camera Editing 
  • Creating Timelapses 
  • Advanced Editing Techniques 
  • Thinking Like an Editor 
  • Green Screen, Warp Stabilizer and other Special Tools 

By the end of this class, you will feel proficient in creating video with this complex program. If you've been paying for Adobe®'s Creative Cloud, this is your guide to understanding and using one of the best tools within your subscription. You’ll be able to bring your images to life, organize your media and begin to build stories to share with your family, friends and clients. If you’ve been thinking about expanding your business to include video, this class will give you the tools to successfully start creating quality products that will impress!  

For more interaction with Abba during the bootcamp, you can join his Facebook group: 

Abba Shapiro CreativeLive Facebook Group 

"Great class -- wasn't ready to take the leap into Premiere Pro until I had a framework. Not only did Abba give me that framework, but he gave me the tools to manage and balance the story, the editing process, and the start to-finish workflow to create a finished product. And it was fun!" - Creative Live Student 


Software Used: Adobe Premiere CC 2017

Lessons

1Understanding Editing: Bootcamp Overview
2Understanding Editing: Overview
3Understanding Editing: Video Examples
4Tour The Interface: Digital Video Workflow
5Tour The Interface: Project Panel
6Tour The Interface: Choosing Your Shot
7Tour The Interface: Music And Voice Over
8Tour The Interface: Video Tracks
9Tour The Interface: Edit Markers
10Building a Rough Cut: Cut Planning
11Building a Rough Cut: Selecting Media
12Building a Rough Cut: The Edit
13Building a Rough Cut: Edit Points
14Refining Your Edit: Preparation
15Refining Your Edit: Making Cuts
16Refining Your Edit: Using Markers
17Refining Your Edit: J and L Cuts
18Refining Your Edit: Replace Edit
19Working with Audio: Overview
20Working with Audio: Levels
21Working with Audio: Music
22Working with Audio: Mixing And Syncing
23Transitions: Overview
24Transitions: Effect Controls
25Filters & Effects: Overview
26Filters & Effects: Using Multiple Filters
27Motion & Animation: Motion And Animation Overview
28Motion & Animation: Movement With Still Images
29Motion & Animation: Picture In Picture
30Motion & Animation: Motion Effects
31Titling & Graphics: Overview
32Titling & Graphics: Advanced Tools
33Titling & Graphics: Roll And Crawl Effects
34Titling & Graphics: Working With Photoshop
35Speed Changes: Overview
36Speed Changes: Stills And Variable Speeds
37Color Correction: Overview
38Color Correction: Lumetri Scopes
39Color Correction: Contrast
40Color Correction: Advanced Tools
41Color Correction: Adjusting To A Master Clip
42Finishing: Prepping for Output
43Finishing: QC Edit Points
44Sharing & Exporting: Overview
45Sharing & Exporting: Size And Quality
46Ingesting Media:
47Ingesting Media: Transferring And Importing
48Media Management & Archiving
49Multi-Camera Editing: Overview
50Multi-Camera Editing: Creating A Sequence
51Multi-Camera Editing: Switching Multiple Cameras
52Multi-Camera Editing: Finalizing
53Creating Timelapses: Shooting Strategies
54Creating Timelapses: Editing Images
55Creating Timelapses: Importing Strategies
56Creating Timelapses: Animation
57Advanced Editing Techniques: Take Command Of Your Timeline
58Advanced Editing Techniques: Transitions
59Advanced Editing Techniques: Keyboard Shortcuts
60Advanced Editing Techniques: Preference Hacks
61Thinking Like an Editor: Editing Choices
62Thinking Like an Editor: Telling the Story
63Special Tools: Warp Stabilizer
64Special Tools: Morph Cut
65Special Tools: Green Screen