Our set of tutorials covers the following topics:
EDITING IN Premiere Pro CC2015
These videos were published on 7th March 2016.
This section is about 48 minutes long and has the following chapters:
Effects in Premiere Pro CC2015
In this sections we look at the changes to the way the effects work in Premiere Pro CC. The major new addition has been the use of Master clip effects but there have been many enhancements to existing effects and features, many of which are incredibly useful.
These videos will be published on 8th March 2016.
This section is about 38 minutes long and has the following chapters:
- The Lumetri colour panel.
- Adding a LUT.
- Master clip effects.
- Masks in filters and motion tracking.
- Clip name effect.
- Morph cut.
- Optical flow slow motion.
- DNG files and source settings.
- Set to frame size and paste attributes.
Other changes in Premiere Pro CC
IN this section we look at a range of other useful changes in Premiere Pro CC compared to CS6.
These videos will be published on 9th March 2016.
This section is about 1 hour long and has the following chapters:
- The project manager and archiving projects.
- Render and replace.
- Autosave to the Creative Cloud and how to make it work.
- The media browser.
- Relinking clips - in my opinion one of the most useful improvements Adobe have made..
- Premiere Pro and Speedgrade.
Multi-camera in Premiere Pro CC2015
Several enhancements have been made to Premiere Pro's multi-camera function since CS6. It is basically easier to make a multi-camera sequence, you can sync cameras up using the sound and use Master Clip effects to adjust the colour of the one "angle" of the multi-camera easily.
These videos will be published in 10th March 2016.
This section is about 18 minutes long and has the following chapters:
- Ways of setting up a Multi-camera edit.
- Colour correcting multi-camera shots.
- "Flattening" a multi-camera edit.
The Adobe Media Encoder
There are many changes in the Adobe Media Encoder. These include Dolby Surround Sound output, lots more filters which can be applied in the Media Encoder, new options like "interpret footage" and the fact that the Media Encoder is now a stand alone program (although if you install Premiere Pro the Media Encoder will install as well)
These videos will be publish on 11th March 2016
This section is about 16 minutes long and has the following chapters:
- Render formats and filters.
- Audio changes, surround sound and other items.
- AME as a stand alone program..