I feel lucky to have friends who are much better with video than I am. Many of them use Avid and/or Final Cut Pro to work their magic, so I was excited to review Maxim Jago’s new course Premiere Pro CS6 for Avid and Final Cut Pro Editors.
In this course filmmaker, trainer, and author Maxim Jago presents a quick, easy-to-use guide for editors who want to make the transition from Avid Media Composer or Final Cut Pro to Adobe Premiere Pro, or even to round-trip back and forth between applications. You’ll learn Premiere Pro fundamentals like creating and managing projects and working with sequences, effects, titles, metadata, and audio. You’ll also be introduced to new features in Premiere Pro CS6 like dynamic trimming, the Warp Stabilizer, and Rolling Shutter Repair, and see how easily Premiere Pro integrates with other applications in the Adobe Creative Suite.
In this free lesson, you’ll learn how to use Ultra Key — Premiere Pro’s chromakey effect — to create great composite video with your green screen sequences. Maxim shows you how to use this powerful tool and even shares a couple of workaround tips for when things don’t go as planned. Watch and learn!