13 lectures of well-structured, step by step content!
You'll learn to make a corporate video for YouTube, social media & your website.
How to edit video in Adobe Premiere Pro
Fixing or hiding bad video footage
How to add fade, crossfade, black fade transitions.
How to adjust the loudness of audio so it sounds normal & balanced
How to Sync separate audio with video
How to fix color & add a vignette
Adding & animating a logo intro
Adding names or adding text over video - lower thirds
How to export & make an mp4s
You will get the finished files so you never fall behind
Downloadable exercise files
Forum support from me and the rest of the BYOL crew
All the techniques used by video professionals
Hi there, my name is Dan and together we’re going to learn how to create a professional corporate video using Adobe Premiere Pro.
I am an Adobe Certified Instructor and I’ve been teaching Premiere Pro for more than 10 years. I work closely with Adobe presenting seminars on their behalf at conferences and I write and present some of their Premiere Pro help videos for distribution worldwide.
This course is for beginners. You do not need any previous knowledge in Premiere Pro or video editing experience. We will make a video together from start to finish, step by step. By the end of this course, you will know how to take your raw video files, edit them and improve their video and audio elements. You will learn how to add additional footage to enhance any boring video and hide the occasional mistake.
Yo will master transitions. You will learn how to sync separate audio & video files together with all the way through to animating your logos & baseline subtitles.
If you have any trouble with your projects, camera or audio problems drop me a message. I am happy to help out. There are also exercise files so that you can follow along with the course videos.
If you need to start making professional corporate videos to impress colleges & clients come to join me in the class. I will make easy and fun - I promise.
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