P16 BYOL: Editing Learning Videos with Adobe Premiere
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Tuesday, June 7
Poor presentation and editing can undermine the educational message in video. Even with sound, well-designed educational content, poor technical execution of video learning content can make your content unwatchable. At the same time, the software used to edit and produce video can seem intimidating. Which features matter, and what is the minimum you need to know to create serviceable video?
In this workshop, you will learn how to competently edit and produce video using Adobe’s Premiere, which is included with the Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. Even if you’ve never edited video before, you will learn a small subset of features that will allow you to be productive immediately. There are a few basic types of edits that, once mastered, you can use again and again to keep your video content engaging and watchable. If you find Premiere intimidating—or just difficult to grasp—you will find this workshop enormously beneficial.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to import content into Premiere
- How to use the timeline
- How to create sequences
- How to work with audio
- How to create titles and graphics
- How to determine what types of edits to use
- How to edit talking head and screencast sequences
Novice designers and developers.
discussed in this session:
Adobe Premiere and Adobe Photoshop.
Mark Lassoff is the founder and president of Framework Television, a post-cable television network that focuses on digital skills such as web and mobile development. Mark and his company have taught over one million people web and mobile development online, in the corporate classroom and in secondary schools across the country. He was named to the “40 Under 40” in both Austin, Texas and Hartford, CT. In 2017, Mark was awarded the prestigious eLearning Guild's Guild Master Award.