It doesn’t matter what industry or organization you’re building: Your bottom line is media. Media is any one or a combination of learning strategies. “Media could be a film clip, a song you hear on the radio, podcast of a lecture or newspaper article,” says Pedagogic Service. When used by universities and other educational institutions, media can engage students by using film, music, newscasts, documentaries, and videos.
But reaching your demographic – your target audience – involves a learning experience as well. What better way than media to educate potential buyers or end users? If you’re tired of outsourcing video and audio productions, you can take advantage of training for your in-house graphic designers. If you’re a graphic designer ready to take your skills to the next level, talk to your management team about additional training and how it can add value to the company.
What You Should Know About Premier Pro Training
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 is a video editing application for professional video editing. CNN was one of the first Adobe Premier users with its news-streaming ticker-tape effect. It’s not enough to purchase a software package like Adobe’s Premiere Pro CS6 and instruct your graphic designers to make the magic. The program can be customized to deliver exactly what you need and the new interface and three-way color correction tools can maximize performance. Here’s what you – and they – should know after additional video and audio training:
- Adding audio – importing, adjusting basics, adjusting audio in key frames, crossfades, narration, audio/video, nested sequence, adjustment layers
- Building a slideshow – sequence settings, video import, arranging assets, sizing a still image, animation, key frames, interpolation, audio, transitions
- Chroma Key – working with Chroma Key, Ultra Key, changing speed, time remapping
- Compositing Basics – import clips, drag-and-drop in timeline, trim clips, lift/delete/extract clips, trimming in source monitor, insert/overwrite edits, adding b-roll footage, freeze-frame
- Cuts-only editing – Storyboard in project panel, rough cut in project window, preliminary cut, trimming/ripple tools, rolling edit, slip-and-slide tools, trim monitor, benefits of cuts-only editing, J-and-L cut, adding a sound effect, audio mixer/narration
- Export media – file formats, settings, export frame/range, batch, clip/multiple playback, metadata, web-ready
- Intellectual property – copyright and fair use guidelines, release forms, image release, public domain
- Lower thirds – rolling credit, crawling text/enhancing crawling text
- Nested sequences and titles – Lower thirds/import PSD file, animating text, text dissolve, nested sequence effects/clip speed
- Picture-in-picture (PiP) – working with PiP, basic 3D effect, closing shot, logos, effects for graphics, adjusting key frames
- Production process – overview, preproduction, production, and postproduction procedures
- Preproduction – treatment, synopsis, premise, script, three-act structure, character development, shooting script, shot list, scheduling, budget
- Production – plan, storyboarding, rule of thirds, shooting fundamentals, production log, coverage, continuity, cuts/cutaways, A-roll/B-roll, camera shots, extreme shots, depth of field, over-the-shoulder/point-of-view/cross shots, angle of view, camera moves, zoom, closing shot
- Postproduction – overview, editing, sound elements, credits, exporting
- Projects – defining what clients want and how to identify demographics based on age, occupation, gender, education, location, culture, income, and computer literacy
- The interview – warp stabilizer/nested sequences, insert edit in project window, add text, point-and-paragraph text, path text/text effects/text shapes, fonts and safe areas, compositing and opacity key frames
- Understanding the interface – timeline, windows/workspace, titles, capture/effects/tools panel
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For over 25 years, Infotec has provided training solutions for businesses and industries, including government agencies. Classes are instructor-led, virtual, or in e-learning format taught by dedicated Education Consultants and customized to support your business-specific requirements. Our classes also offer hands-on labs and simulation exams to prepare students for certification testing. Call 800.720.9185 or contact us today online to learn more about Premier Pro CS6 training for your graphic professionals!
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