ADOBE PREMIERE WORKSHOP
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WIFT-FL is in the process of developing a training program with the Melrose Center. We are hoping that we can develop a working relationship providing training for our members on an “on going” basis, using their facility, equipment and instructors. As part of the agreement we will promote the center on our social media so our members can sign up and attend their programs. The centers policy is that it will provide free training to all our members who live in Orange County. For Members who live outside Orange County there will be a charge of $10. per program Members may sign up on their own at any time for any class. This program is a work in progress and we are going to conduct a trial training program during our 3 rd Training Event Qtr. The following is the program details:
- Due to center policies we will have only 10 seats available per class
- All classes will be free to members selected (all county residents) .
- Members wishing to sign up for a seat must sign up during the sign up period (TBA)
- Members who sign up will be selected by lottery and informed of their selection. If a vacancy occurs, the next on the list will be selected.
- Remember, this is our first trial program with these classes and we encourage our members to review the centers programs and sign up for other programs on their own.
2 DAY WORKSHOP:
101 E Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801 (Located in: Orlando Public Library)
Facility limits to 10 people for this class. It is on a first serve basis. If we have enough interest, we will schedule a second class with them on this topic.
Date: Saturday, June 9:
General Orientation, 9:30 – 10:00
Premiere Level 1, 10:15 – 12:15- Participants start the post production process with Premiere project set up and importing files. Playback shortcuts, and assemble and edit quickly using tools in the Source Monitor and Timeline sequence.
Premiere Level 2, 1:30 – 3:30 - Learn how to import audio and photographs, set sequence markers to music, and create titles. Explore Premiere using Adobe Media Encoder to queue multiple presets and/or multiple timelines for creating new video files for YouTube, Vimeo, iPhone and Android devices.
Students should bring headphones (with a standard stereo minijack) to better hear their own audio.
Date: June 16:
Premiere Level 3, 9:30 – 11:00 - Techniques include using position keyframes for digital camera moves, adding effects like Crop and Horizontal Flip, Green Screen Keying using Ultra Key, and Copy and Paste Attributes to create a dynamic video presentation.
Premiere Level 4, 11:30 – 1:00 - Learn how to measure image brightness values using a Waveform Monitor, color balance with RGB Parade, and color saturation with a Vectorscope. Note that this class builds upon camera exposure and lighting set up covered in Video Studio Camera and Lens and Video Studio Lighting Techniques.
Video Studio Orientation, 2:00 – 3:00