In this lesson you will get some final tips and tricks to make all your editing projects a success!
1.Introduction2 lessons, 08:26
2.Getting Started2 lessons, 17:21
3.Set Up Your Project2 lessons, 18:34
4.Editing Basics5 lessons, 42:05
5.Beyond Basic Editing4 lessons, 37:46
6.Fine-Tuning the Look and Sound6 lessons, 1:06:04
7.Conclusion1 lesson, 02:33
8.Frequently Asked Questions1 lesson, 01:22
9.Sharing3 lessons, 26:40
10.New Audio Workflows6 lessons, 1:02:03
11.Essential Graphics Panel6 lessons, 52:33
12.Real-World Projects2 lessons, 24:38
13.New Features3 lessons, 32:53
In this lesson, you will get some final tips and tricks for making all your editing projects a success. In this course, we covered a lot of ground and you should be ready to start tackling some video editing projects. However, the skills that you learn in this course are just the beginning. And there's a lot more that Premiere Pro and its sister apps like After Effects, Photoshop, Audition and SpeedGrade have to offer. For video editing, Premiere is the hub. But it will be beneficial for you to be able to use some of those other applications once you get some basic editing experience. And there's a lot more training on these other apps right here on tutsplus.com. Another great resource is the Adobe Premiere Pro help file. The Premiere help file is a 445 page document full of useful information. You don't have to read the entire thing, but it's a great tool for when you don't understand how a specific function or tool works. It will also help you explore areas that I didn't cover in great detail in this course. Something we didn't talk about in this course is acoustic treatment in your space. If you're doing a lot of audio tweaking in your projects and you find that you can't quite dial it in, it could be because your room is not treated. By treated I don't mean acoustically isolated from the outside sounds because that's usually extremely expensive to do. Acoustically treating your space means controlling the sound reflections from your ceiling, walls, and floor, so that you are hearing a more accurate representation of the sound coming from your speakers. This can make a huge difference in what you're hearing. And for more information on this, you can check out a course called the art of voice recording, in which you will learn how to treat your space with acoustic panels. Lastly, I wanted to reiterate the importance of file in a project organization. This is something that many people, myself included, have learned the hard way. If I look back at projects that I worked on four or five years ago, they are a little bit of a mess compared to how I organize my projects now. A few times, I've had to go back into those old projects for clients, and it has taken me valuable time to figure out what I was even looking at. A little time at the beginning of the project can save you hours later. Keeping your files and your project assets organized is cheap insurance against potential future problems. I hope the skills you learned in this course will help you to create great looking videos. Again, my name is Dave Bode for Tuts+. Thanks so much for watching, and I'll see you around.