Video Editing

Adobe Premier Pro

Adobe Premiere Pro is a timeline-based video editing software application. Premiere Pro is used to edit videos, including movies, and is quickly becoming the go-to program for filmmakers all over the world, both amateur and pro. Adobe Premiere can work easier with audio, color & graphic elements , It is used by the current & new generation of filmmakers whose films may contain graphic elements or animations. It can be used to import video, audio and graphics, and is used to create new, edited versions of video which can be exported to the medium and format necessary for distribution.

  • Nonlinear editing in Adobe Premiere
  • Expanding the workflow
  • Touring the Adobe Premiere
  • Setting up a project and sequence
  • Importing Media and assets
  • Working with the Media Browser
  • Importing images
  • Organizing Media
  • The Project panel
  • Monitoring footage
  • Modifying clips
  • Essentials of Video Editing
  • Using the Source Monitor
  • Navigating the Timeline
  • Working with Clips and Markers
  • Controlling resolution
  • Selecting clips and Moving clips
  • Extracting and deleting segments
  • Adding Transitions
  • Edit points and handles
  • Adding video transitions ,audio transitions
  • Advanced Editing Techniques
  • Four-point editing
  • Replacing clips and footage
  • Nesting sequences
  • Trimming in the Program Monitor panel
  • Putting Clips in Motion
  • Adjusting the Motion effect
  • Using other motion-related effects
  • The multicamera process
  • Creating a multicamera sequence
  • Editing and Mixing Audio
  • Examining audio characteristics
  • Adjusting audio volume
  • Creating a split edit
  • Adjusting audio levels in a sequence
  • Sweetening sound with audio effects
  • Adjusting EQ
  • Cleaning up noisy audio
  • Adding Video Effects
  • Working with effects
  • Frequently used effects
  • Color Correction and Grading
  • Fixing color balance
  • Exploring Compositing Techniques
  • Making compositing part of your projects
  • Working with the Opacity effect
  • Color keying a greenscreen shot
  • Video typography essentials
  • Stylizing text
  • Working with shapes and logos
  • Making text roll and crawl
  • Managing Your Projects
  • Final project management steps
  • Importing projects or sequences
  • Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences
  • Overview of export options
  • Exporting single frames
  • Exporting a master copy
  • Working with Adobe Media Encoder

Adobe After Effect

Adobe Premiere Pro is a timeline-based video editing software application. Premiere Pro is used to edit videos, including movies, and is quickly becoming the go-to program for filmmakers all over the world, both amateur and pro. Adobe Premiere can work easier with audio , color & graphic elements , It is used by the current & new generation of filmmakers whose films may contain graphic elements or animations. It can be used to import video, audio and graphics, and is used to create new, edited versions of video which can be exported to the medium and format necessary for distribution.

  • Creating a project and importing footage
  • Creating a composition and arranging layers
  • Adding effects and modifying layer properties
  • Animating the composition
  • Previewing your work
  • Rendering and exporting your composition
  • Controlling the brightness of the user interface
  • Creating a Basic Animation Using Effects and Presets
  • Importing footage using Adobe Bridge
  • Creating a new composition
  • Working with imported Illustrator layers
  • Applying effects and animation preset
  • Adding transparency
  • Rendering the composition
  • Animating Text
  • About text layers
  • Using a text animation preset
  • Animating imported Photoshop text
  • Animating text using a path animation preset
  • Animating a nontext layer along a motion path
  • Adding motion blur
  • Working with Shape Layers
  • Adding a shape layer, custom shapes
  • Creating stars
  • Positioning layers with snapping
  • Incorporating video and audio layers
  • Applying a Cartoon effect
  • Using Brainstorm to experiment
  • Animating a Multimedia Presentation
  • Animating the scenery using parenting
  • Masking video using vector shapes
  • Keyframing a motion path
  • Applying an effect
  • Adding an audio track
  • Animating Layers
  • Simulating lighting changes
  • Duplicating an animation using the pick whip
  • Adjusting the layers and creating a track matte
  • Animating the shadows
  • Adding a lens flare effect
  • Retiming the composition
  • Working with Masks
  • Creating a mask with the Pen tool
  • Feathering the edges of a mask
  • Replacing the content of the mask
  • Adding a reflection
  • Adjusting the color
  • Distorting Objects with the Puppet Tools
  • Adding Deform pins
  • Defining areas of overlap
  • Animating pin positions
  • Using the Roto Brush Tool
  • About rotoscoping
  • Getting started
  • Creating a segmentation boundary
  • Fine-tuning the matte
  • Freezing your Roto Brush tool results
  • Changing the background
  • Performing Color Correction
  • Adjusting color balance
  • Replacing the background
  • Correcting a range of colors
  • Using 3D Features
  • Creating 3D Text
  • Importing a background
  • Adding 3D Lights
  • Adding a camera
  • Adding a text layer
  • Working with the 3D Camera Tracker
  • Tracking the footage
  • Creating a ground plane, a camera, and the initial text
  • Creating realistic shadows
  • Adding ambient light
  • Animating the text
  • Advanced Editing Techniques
  • Rendering and Outputting
  • Creating templates for the Render Queue
  • Exporting using the Render Queue
  • Rendering movies with Adobe Media Encoder

Adobe Animate

Adobe Animate, formerly Adobe Flash, is an animation and multimedia authoring application by Adobe Systems. It can be used to create interactive animations, apps and web interfaces. Adobe Animate is the industry standard for creating HTML5 banner ads. Now with much more enhanced features Adobe Animate has become one of the leading choices of the Web, E-learning and Animation Industry.

  • Understanding Document Types
  • Getting to Know the Workspace
  • Working with the Library Panel
  • Understanding, Organizing Layers in a Timeline
  • Using the Properties and Tools Panel
  • Undoing Steps in Animate
  • Previewing Your Movie
  • Creating Graphics and Text
  • Creating Shapes
  • Making Selections
  • Using Gradient and Bitmap Fills
  • Using Swatches and Tagged Swatches
  • Creating Curves
  • Being Expressive with the Paint Brush
  • Creating and Editing Symbols
  • Importing Adobe Illustrator Files
  • Creating Symbols, Editing and Managing Symbols
  • Importing Adobe Photoshop Files
  • Changing the Color Effect of an Instance
  • Understanding Display Options
  • Applying Filters for Special Effects
  • Positioning in 3D Space
  • Animating Symbols
  • Understanding the Project File
  • Animating Position
  • Changing the Pacing and Timing
  • Creating Nested Animations
  • Graphic Symbols
  • Frame-by-Frame Animation
  • Animating 3D Motion
  • Animating Camera Moves
  • Adding Motion Tweens
  • Animating Shapes and Using
  • Masks
  • Animating Shapes, creating Tween
  • Changing the Pace
  • Adding More Shape Tweens
  • Using Shape Hints
  • Animating the Mask and Masked Layers
  • Natural and Character Animation
  • Creating Interactive Navigation
  • About Interactive Movies
  • Creating Buttons
  • Understanding ActionScript 3.0
  • Preparing the Timeline
  • Adding a Stop Action
  • Creating Event Handlers for Buttons
  • Creating Destination Keyframes
  • Creating a Home Button Using Code Snippets
  • Playing Animation at the Destination
  • Working with Sound and Video
  • Publishing for Flash Player
  • Publishing for HTML5
  • Using Classic Tweens

Exporting to HTML5