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Migrating From Final Cut Pro 7 to Adobe Premiere Pro

Jeff Greenberg

About this course

Many post-production studios are migrating from Final Cut Pro to Premiere Pro. This course shows video editors what to expect when making the switch, focusing on the key differences in the editing workflow in Premiere Pro CC vs. FCP 7. It compares the two programs' interfaces, data structures, concepts, tools, and techniques. Author Jeff Greenberg walks through each step of the workflow: project setup, media import, editing and trimming, audio enhancement, transitions and effects, and export. The final chapter covers a few project management features that will help you transition seamlessly to Premiere Pro.

Topics include:

  • Setting up a new project in Premiere Pro
  • Importing, ingesting, and linking
  • Navigating the Timeline
  • Editing directly from bins
  • Adjusting clip speed
  • Using Premiere Pro's Trim tools
  • Adding transitions
  • Adjusting audio levels
  • Adding effects
  • Correcting color
  • Creating new titles
  • Exporting with the Adobe Media Encoder
  • Managing projects

Curriculum2h 55m

  • Exercise Files
  • Welcome
  • Starting Premiere for the First Time
  • Ingest & Organization
  • Editorial
  • Timeline Techniques
  • Trimming
  • Transitions
  • Audio
  • Effects
  • Effecting Multiple Clips: Nests & Adjustment Layers
  • Color Correction
  • Titling
  • Output
  • Advanced Setup & Project Management
  • Wrap Up

About this course

Many post-production studios are migrating from Final Cut Pro to Premiere Pro. This course shows video editors what to expect when making the switch, focusing on the key differences in the editing workflow in Premiere Pro CC vs. FCP 7. It compares the two programs' interfaces, data structures, concepts, tools, and techniques. Author Jeff Greenberg walks through each step of the workflow: project setup, media import, editing and trimming, audio enhancement, transitions and effects, and export. The final chapter covers a few project management features that will help you transition seamlessly to Premiere Pro.

Topics include:

  • Setting up a new project in Premiere Pro
  • Importing, ingesting, and linking
  • Navigating the Timeline
  • Editing directly from bins
  • Adjusting clip speed
  • Using Premiere Pro's Trim tools
  • Adding transitions
  • Adjusting audio levels
  • Adding effects
  • Correcting color
  • Creating new titles
  • Exporting with the Adobe Media Encoder
  • Managing projects

Curriculum2h 55m

  • Exercise Files
  • Welcome
  • Starting Premiere for the First Time
  • Ingest & Organization
  • Editorial
  • Timeline Techniques
  • Trimming
  • Transitions
  • Audio
  • Effects
  • Effecting Multiple Clips: Nests & Adjustment Layers
  • Color Correction
  • Titling
  • Output
  • Advanced Setup & Project Management
  • Wrap Up