vct390 | undergraduate

Video Communications With Premiere Pro

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This course provides an intensive workshop where the student will gain the hands-on experience required to help pass the ACE: Premiere® Pro CC™ certification exam. Topics include: planning and designing Premiere® Pro projects; video editing and transitions, working with graphics and effects, handling audio, and publishing.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Working with Audio

    • Examine methods for adding audio.
    • Identify methods for editing audio files.
    • Construct an audio-enhanced video.

    Publishing

    • Examine the different output formats.
    • Compare methods for deploying to mobile and desktop environments.
    • Publish a Premiere® Pro video.

    Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC⠢ Fundamentals

    • Examine the Premiere® Pro interface.
    • Identify the elements of a Premiere® Pro project.
    • Create a first Premiere® Pro project.

    Editing and Transitions

    • Identify editing tools and techniques.
    • Examine transition and slideshow methodologies.
    • Organize and edit a Premiere® Pro project.

    Working with Graphics and Effects

    • Identify methods for creating visual effects.
    • Compare video compositing methods.
    • Identify image formatting techniques.
    • Create titles, credits, and effects in a Premiere® Pro project.
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