Premiere Pro for Features and Commercials
Taught by Matt Latham, the Premiere Pro for Features and Commercials class is for those who are interested in making the most of Premiere for use on feature films, short films, and commercials. This class will show you how to customize the editorial experience, organize projects, handle all kinds of footage, create polished effects and instantly integrate the power of the rest of the Adobe suite (After Effects, Photoshop, Audition, etc.) via Dynamic Linking.
9am-4pm PST (one hour lunch break at 12pm)
$150 in person, $100 via webinar
WORKSPACE AND SHORTCUT SETTINGS
User settings, exporting/importing settings, keyboard shortcut
How to customize workspaces (including the popular “pancake editing” method)
Overlay information, and how to display metadata
Importing media vs ingesting media
Traditional offline/online vs Adobe's “one-click” Proxy Workflow
Master Clip Settings and Effects (LUTs and more)
Syncing camera to external audio with Multicam Source Sequence
Merge Clips: what they are for and why you absolutely should not use them
Creating multi-cam clips
Interpreting Footage, Working With Different Frame Rates and Codecs
Adjusting Playback Quality, Sequence Settings, and how that affects playback
Dynamic Linking with Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, and Audition
Customizing Effects, Creating and Importing/Exporting Presets
Opacity Masking (equivalent to Avid's Animatte) and Blend Modes
EXPORTS AND TURNOVER
Exporting Media and Working with Adobe Media Encoder
Prepping for Turnover to other programs (e.g. Pro Tools and Resolve
Exporting OMF, AAF, XML, EDL
NOTE: You must have a laptop or desktop for this class. A system with Adobe Premiere Pro 2017.1 or later is preferred. As long as it hasn’t expired, a trial version of Premiere is fine. 8GB of system memory and Windows 7/OS X 10.11 or later are required to run Premiere Pro 2017.1.
Computer rentals are available for as little $60/week from Hi-Tech Computer Rental in Burbank.
Let us know if you have any questions about system compatibility.
Matt Latham has been working in Adobe Premiere for over a decade, working as an editor and as an assistant on features, shorts, event videos, and commercials. Matt has won two Lone Star Emmys for his commercial work, and has edited independent feature films that have played at prominent film festivals such as Tribeca Film Festival and FrightFest. He is an Executive Committee Member of the Blue Collar Post Collective, a non-profit organization supporting emerging talent in post production.