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Adobe Premiere CC


Adobe Premiere CC

Adobe Premiere Pro the essential video editing application for professionals and video enthusiasts. As you complete this course you will master the Premiere Pro workspace and its features to create a variety of projects. You'll learn how to import media and arrange audio, video, and text to create dynamic projects. You'll learn how to integrate additional softwares to take your projects to the next level and additionally export your work for distribution across a wide variety of mediums.



Access Length

180 Days





Course Overview

This course prepares a student to take the Adobe Digital video using Adobe Premiere Pro​ certification exam.

Students must have a copy of the Adobe Premiere CC software in order to do coursework.

Students will:
  • Identify the tools available for importing, viewing and editing media in Premiere Pro
  • Manage media assets
  • Use transitions and cuts when editing video
  • Add dynamic titles, captions, and other text elements
  • Add video effects, including color, motion, and special effects
  • Add and edit audio
  • Manage and export a Premiere Pro project
  • Import and work with files from other Adobe applications

Course Outline:

Lesson 1: Touring Adobe Premiere Pro

This lesson will help you become familiar with Premiere Pro, performing nonlinear edits, explore workspaces, customize workspaces, and set keyboard shortcuts. 

Lesson 2: Setting up a Project

This lesson covers project, video rendering, and playback settings. You will create scratch disks, use sequence presets, and customize sequence settings.

Lesson 3: Importing Media

In this lesson, you used the Media Browser and Import mode to add video files, work with proxy media, use Adobe Stock, record a voice-over, and choose where to store cache files.

Lesson 4: Organizing Media

In this lesson you navigate the Project panel, organize your project with bins, add clip metadata, use essential playback controls, and make changes to your clips.

Lesson 5: Web Design Basics

This lesson covers working with clips in the Source Monitor, creating sequences, using essential editing commands, viewing timecodes and understanding tracks.

Lesson 6: Working with Clips and Markers

In this lesson you use markers, apply sync and track locks, select items, move clips, and remove clips from a sequence.

Lesson 7: Adding Transitions

This lesson covers edit points and handles, adding transitions, applying transitions to multiple clips and working with audio transitions.

Lesson 8: Editing Video – Advanced Techniques

In this lesson, you perform a four-point edit, change the speed and duration of clips in a sequence, replace footage and clips in a sequence, create nested footage and trim clips.

Lesson 9: Putting Clips in Motion

In this lesson you adjust Motion effects for clips, change clip size and add rotation, adjust anchor points to refine rotation, work with keyframe interpolation and enhance motion.

Lesson 10: Editing and Mixing Audio

In this lesson you work in the Audio workspace, adjust clip and audio levels in a sequence, lower music levels automatically and user the Audio Clip Mixer.

Lesson 11: Improving Audio

The lesson will teach you techniques for improving audio by working with the Essential Sound Panel to enhance the sound of speech and clean up noisy audio.

Lesson 12: Adding Video Effects

This lesson covers working with the Effects panel, using effect presets, mastering and tracking effects, and using keyframing when adding video effects.

Lesson 13: Applying Color Correction and Grading

In this lesson you work with the Color Workspace and the Lumetri Color panel to compare and match clip colors, use color correction effects and create a look for your project using special color effects.

Lesson 14: Exploring Compositing Techniques

This lesson covers the alpha channel, compositing techniques, working with opacity, green screens and mattes.

Lesson 15: Creating New Graphics

In this lesson you use the Essential Graphics panel to add video typography, graphics, captions, shapes, logos, and some text animation techniques to enhance your Premiere Pro projects.

Lesson 16: Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences

This lesson covers export options, including exporting single frames, image sequences, audio and movie files. You use the Adobe Media Encoder, work with edit decision lists for project sharing and upload to social media.

Lesson 17: Managing your Projects

In this lesson you work with the Project Manager to import projects, manage collaboration, and the files on your hard drives to improve Premiere Pro performance and increase your organization when working on projects.

All necessary course materials are included.


This course prepares a student to take the Adobe Digital video using Adobe Premiere Pro​ certification exam.

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