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- Color Correction (1)
- Video Pre-Production (1)
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New to Premiere Pro? Start here and learn how to professionally edit video using techniques from the experts.
Learn how film professionals arrive at the finished product. Ashley Kennedy breaks down scenes and interviews the filmmakers about their aesthetic, approach, workflow, and collaboration style in this biweekly series.
Make your media collaboration strategy smarter with Frame.io. Learn about the benefits and features of Frame.io and find out how to integrate Frame.io with Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X.
Learn about the history and importance of documentary filmmaking. This course explores the narrative building blocks of documentaries, and delves into specific examples of nonfiction filmmaking to explore the myriad of ways filmmakers have approached this craft over the past 120 years—culminating into the evolution of today's documentary film.
An introduction to the history of film and video editing, including both essential editing techniques and evolving technology.
Explore the history of dialogue in film and the techniques behind editing a great dialogue-based scene.
Ashley Kennedy chats with veteran video editors about their latest projects and their unique approaches to editing and storytelling with video.
Introduces the concepts behind color correction and color grading, and guides editors through the process of correcting contrast, color balance, and hue/saturation in individual shots and entire films.
Learn how to edit video in this project-based introduction to both the aesthetic and technical aspects of video editing.
Learn how to professionally edit video in Premiere Pro with techniques the experts use.
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