The Ultimate Guide For Beginners and PROS
Have you filmed a movie or shot a music video? Learn Beginner-Advanced Adobe Premiere Pro Video Editing, Audio Editing, Color Grading, Motion Graphics, Green Screen+ with our intense video editing course
Video editing is the process of manipulating and rearranging video shots to create a new work. Editing is usually considered to be one part of the post production process — other post-production tasks include titling, colour correction, sound mixing, etc.
Many people use the term editing to describe all their post-production work, especially in non-professional situations. Whether or not you choose to be picky about terminology is up to you. In this tutorial we are reasonably liberal with our terminology and we use the word editing to mean any of the following:
• Rearranging, adding and/or removing sections of video clips and/or audio clips.
• Applying colour correction, filters and other enhancements.
• Creating transitions between clips.
The Goals of Editing
There are many reasons to edit a video and your editing approach will depend on the desired outcome. Before you begin you must clearly define your editing goals, which could include any of the following:
Remove unwanted footage
This is the simplest and most common task in editing. Many videos can be dramatically improved by simply getting rid of the flawed or unwanted bits.
Choose the best footage
It is common to shoot far more footage than you actually need and choose only the best material for the final edit. Often you will shoot several versions (takes) of a shot and choose the best one when editing.
Create a flow
Most videos serve a purpose such as telling a story or providing information. Editing is a crucial step in making sure the video flows in a way which achieves this goal.
Add effects, graphics, music, etc
This is often the “wow” part of editing. You can improve most videos (and have a lot of fun) by adding extra elements.
Alter the style, pace or mood of the video
A good editor will be able to create subtle mood prompts in a video. Techniques such as mood music and visual effects can influence how the audience will react.
Give the video a particular “angle”
Video can be tailored to support a particular viewpoint, impart a message or serve an agenda.
• Create and edit video using Final Cut Pro
• Import and export project files for collaboration and archive
• Follow editing scenarios to create a project and edit videos
• Apply effects and transitions, and change the timing of clips
• Master Premiere Pro and be CONFIDENT Editing Your Own Videos
• Edit an entire video from beginning to end, using professional and efficient techniques.
• By the end of the course, you’ll have edited your promo video with the supplied footage (video clips, photos, graphics, music, etc.), or your own footage!
• Start a project with the right settings for any type of video, from any camera.
• Export and save your videos for 4K & High Definition playback.
• Edit your videos, and make them more dynamic with cutaway footage and photos.
• Design clean and professional titles for you videos.
• Add motion to your titles, photos, and videos… making them more visually interesting.
• Color correct your video to fix issues with white balance and exposure.
• Add a feeling to your video with color grading.
• Apply visual effects such as stabilizing shaky video, removing grain, and making video more cinematic with overlays.
• Edit green screen footage and, add backgrounds that actually look
• You are a video creator (or want to make videos), and are wanting to edit videos with THE BEST video editing application today.
• You might know how to edit with Final Cut, iMovie, Sony Vegas, Premiere Elements, Windows Movie Maker, Camtasia, Screen flow, etc. But you want to transition to editing with Premiere Pro.
• You are a complete beginner who has never opened Premiere Pro (or have never learned how to use it properly).
• You have played around with Premiere Pro, but need some help becoming a more
• Attention to detail
• Image Processing
• Organizational skills
• Communication skills
• Problem-solving skills
• Familiarity with editing software programs
Best practices for producing, shooting, and editing video on a smartphone.
Fundamentals of using the native camera app and other commercial apps for more controlled shooting.
How to develop a story for video including storyboarding techniques.
Best-in-class interviewing techniques.
Tips for choosing video locations and how to optimize lighting, and audio.
How to edit your video on your smartphone for quick publishing.
How to upload to social platforms or websites from your device.
The best apps to use for giving added polish to your footage and edits.
The secrets to creating video that resonates with your audience!
Employment of film and video editors is projected to grow 22 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. Employment of camera operators is projected to grow 14 percent from 2019 to 2029, faster than the average for all occupations. The number of Internet-only platforms, such as streaming services, is likely to increase, along with the number of shows produced for these platforms. This growth may lead to more work for editors and camera operators. In broadcasting, the consolidation of roles—such as editors who determine the best angles for a shoot, the use of robotic cameras, and the increasing reliance on amateur film footage—may lead to fewer jobs for camera operators. However, more film and video editors are expected to be needed because of an increase in special effects and overall available content.
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