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We've covered a lot in this Premiere Pro essential training course, but there's always more to learn and always more to discover. The best place to start is to take a look at some of the other courses at Lynda.com, where we have earlier versions of Premiere Pro covered, as well as courses on some of the other applications that complement Premiere Pro. The next place to look is Adobe's Premiere Pro help site. Now, this will have the latest and greatest information about product updates, what's new, and troubleshooting, if you need help with Premiere Pro.
Another site that I also like is Adobe TV. And when you go to Adobe TV, you can actually go under Products and choose which products you'd like to watch videos about. So go ahead and click on Premiere Pro and explore Adobe TV for even more knowledge. Premiere Pro is part of Adobe's creative cloud. So if you want to explore more about the cloud and the other applications that interface with Premier Pro, this is a great place to start.
And finally, another place that I like to look is the Adobe Premier Pro forum on the Creative Cloud. Here you can ask questions, and search for answers about the areas that are new, or you're not quite sure about. Adobe Premiere Pro is a great video editing application, that will allow you to take your projects to the next level. I hope you have enjoyed the training. Now go ahead and make a great video.
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