Learn video editing in Adobe Premiere Pro from start to finish in our free YouTube course.
OK, so you’ve just shot some awesome video footage. How do you edit that raw video into a polished end product?
Video editing can be a complex and time-consuming process, but the free video course below will make it so much smoother and simpler. So get started with Introduction to Video Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro.
This is a comprehensive, three-hour video that takes you through the entire process of editing video in Adobe Premiere Pro, from beginning to end.
You’ll start by getting a quick tour of the software and learning how to organize your files outside Premiere, import your assets, and set up your project.
Then you’ll move on to editing essentials like creating a sequence, making cuts, editing in the timeline, and so on.
When you’ve mastered all that, you’ll move on to more advanced topics like adding audio transitions, video effects, titles, and more. And you’ll see how to export your video from Adobe Premiere Pro with all the right settings.
So, as you can see, the course takes you through gradually from basic concepts through to more complex video editing techniques, with full instructions every step of the way. Whether you’re new to Adobe Premiere Pro or just want to use it more effectively, there’s so much in this course that you can learn.
This course is over three hours long, so you’ll need to set aside some time to watch it. Or you could bookmark it and watch it in smaller chunks over a few days or weeks—the video is broken up into smaller lessons of about 10 to 15 minutes each.
The time commitment will be well worth it because, by the end, you’ll be confident in all the essential techniques of video editing in Adobe Premiere Pro. When you’re ready, click here to get started.
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