Easily create films from your photos and videos

Making Films From Your Photos

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Course Overview

We all have hundreds, if not thousands of still photographs and motion clips silently sitting in file folders on our computers, sadly neglected and just looking for that touch of motion pizzaz to make them centerpieces in the client's reception area or on your family's social media video pages. In this course I take you through the introductory lessons of learning Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 which are all aimed at getting every beginner up and running at a proficient level to create movies from your still and motion content.

 

Sample Video : 1

Video from Photos

 

Sample Video : 2

Video with Advanced Transitions

 

Sample Video : 3

Photos and Video

 

Sample Video : 4

Photos and Video


Lessons

11

Length

3 Hours 2 Minutes

Level

Beginner

Required

Premiere


Lessons - Part 1

An Overview of Premiere’s Interface

In this lesson we learn how to open Premiere, create a new project with the correct settings, what each of the main components of the Premiere interface are and how to manipulate them for your workflow or reset them if something goes wrong.

Importing Media and Creating Sequences

For this lesson we cover four ways of bringing media into Premiere Pro, how to use the media browser to preview footage, what a sequence is and how to create one and some shortcuts for creating sequences from the footage you have to ensure the settings are perfect.

Adding Media to Your Sequence

Here we cover the different ways to bring media into your sequence, how to change the default time length still photos are displayed for, how to use the source monitor to add media to your timeline, as well as more details about the source monitor, the time-line, adding music and much more.

An Overview of the Premiere Pro Toolset

Lesson four covers the selection tool for selecting and changing the length of clips, the track select tools (forwards and backwards), using ripple and rolling edit tools, speeding up and slowing down clips, when and why to use the slip and slide edit tools as well as basic interface navigation and controlling transparency and volume of individual clips.

Selecting and Sequencing Photos

In this lesson I show you how to add groups photos at a single go, methods for sorting your footage, basic editing arrangements for telling stories, moving media on the timeline and deleting and moving media with shortcuts.

Another Method for Sequencing Photos (The Faster Way)

Now we learn to use the project panel to preview your media rapidly and then bring this into the source monitor and rapidly place sequential material.

Lessons - Part 2

Adding Motion to Your Photos

For adding motion there are a few important concepts that we learn in this lesson: Keyframes, and how to use them, how to access effects for individual media, scaling, positioning and rotating to create movement, speeding up and slowing down motion, horizontal movement for panoramas and how to directly manipulate media in the program monitor to set keyframes and position.

Adding Transitions and Titles

Here we lear what a transition is, how to deal with shifting keyframes after transitions have been applied, using default Premiere transitions, how to shorten transitions, adding multiple transitions and how to use Premiere’s built in titling program to create interesting text titles rapidly. 

Effects and Advanced Motion Techniques

Now we get into the fun stuff: advanced features in Premiere that you should start using, how to access and apply effects, applying 3d movement to a photo and applying 3d movement to multiple clips at the same time.

Exporting Your Videos

Exporting can seem like a very complicated process, but here we learn the easy and simple way to get the best results for your footage.

Bonus Project: Editing a Family Vacation Video

Finally (as a bonus video) I show you how i edit a home movie from beginning to end, tips and tricks to speed up the editing process, how to edit to the beat of a song and using both videos and photos on your timeline.

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