Thu, 14 Nov

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Goldsmiths, University of London

Adobe Premier Pro CC

Unlocking the potential. This overview of Adobe Premier Pro CC helps you unlock the potential of this powerful video-editing program.

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Adobe Premier Pro CC

Time & Location

14 Nov 2019, 17:30 – 21:30

Goldsmiths, University of London, 8 Lewisham Way, New Cross, London SE14 6NW, UK

About The Event

This overview of Adobe Premier Pro CC helps you unlock the potential of this powerful video-editing program. As well as all the editing fundamentals we’ll look at adding titles, colour correction, effects and more. We’ll begin with a tour of the interface and then go through the film production workflow including media management and import.

 

With viral videos on sites such as Youtube and Vimeo racking up millions and even billions of hits and people able to view and share media on their mobile devices, understanding  video editing is an invaluable tool for modern marketing, media and digital professionals.

 

In this workshop, you'll quickly learn the skills to create and edit short videos. You'll be taken through the essential stages of capturing, editing, applying text, exporting and uploading footage to the internet and will, by the end of the workshop, understand how to create a video of your own and gain skills to take away from the class.   

From choosing the right camera to embedding video into social media platforms, this course will provide you with the essential skills required to produce high quality films for your business.

 

By the end of the course you should be able to create your own professional video projects with Premier Pro.

Tutor Biography:

Jake Strickland is a Digital Strategist with an MSc in Digital Sociology. Jake has a

passion for translating digital technology into a language its users can

understand. Working as a Business Development Manager for Cloud Providers to

Schools, Jake is a reflective and responsive practitioner who is acutely aware

not only of current technologies but also their application to the settings we

are working in.

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