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Advanced Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro

teacher avatar Alex Sofonea, Filmmaker & Web Developer

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Lessons in This Class

12 Lessons (37m)
    • 1. Intro

      0:53
    • 2. File managemant

      3:03
    • 3. Toolbar

      3:04
    • 4. The most important shortkeys

      1:48
    • 5. Advanced keyframing

      5:35
    • 6. Edit with music together

      3:06
    • 7. Advanced Stabilization

      3:23
    • 8. Effects & Presets

      4:45
    • 9. Color correction

      4:38
    • 10. Adobe Dinamik Link

      1:26
    • 11. Exporting

      4:56
    • 12. Conclusion

      0:50
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About This Class

After following this class with the most important aspects of Adobe Premiere Pro for more advanced users, you will improve your video editing in this program.

You can also check what you learn in this form.

This class focuses on:

  • Understanding the program
  • Keep a clean editing
  • create better 2D animations
  • editing with music correctly
  • Color correction
  • Transferring footage to other Adobe Apps
  • and many more

For this class, you need a little bit of knowledge about Adobe Premiere Pro and if you're coming from my beginner class, you're perfectly fine.

And if you want to learn even more about Adobe Premiere Pro, Afte Effects and Cinematography feel free to check out my other classes & my YouTube channel Lion TV Tutorials.

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Alex Sofonea

Filmmaker & Web Developer

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Hi, I'm Alex and I'm a filmmaker & web developer. I'm passionate about filmmaking, cinematography, VFX, and anything that is part of the filmmaking industry and web development & design, and I also want to teach that. So here will you find classes about Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, Cinematography, and Design. I'm hosting also a YouTube channel with filmmaking, cinematography, video editing & VFX tutorials.

 

Since I started, I searched a lot for tutorials, but all of them were long and boring. I want to change that. Here will you find short classes which invite you to practice. I will not bore you with theory because I learned from my own experience that, without practice, you will not learn anything.

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1. Intro: Someone just important to a bunch of clips here in Premier Pro, some video files, some clip and also some offline media. And we're here to end in this in a more advanced way. Let's put one click here into our timeline. Hello, I'm Alex and I'm a filmmaker for this class. I'm going to leave right inside Adobe Premier Pro, so hopefully it won't crash. But anyway, you're here to learn something new about this problem for this lesson in a little bit of knowledge. And if you're coming from my beginner class about Adobe Premier Pro, you're perfectly fine. In this case, we are going to discover the more advanced way of using Premier Pro and it's more advanced functions. And following this place, you can start editing. Lack of growth in this program, dr. Here. Thank you so much for watching and I hope to see in the first lesson. 2. File managemant: Who is so messy here in Premier Pro? How would your files, video files, offline media files. We're here to make file management. And Glenda to join my place in the world. Come into the first lesson. In this lesson, we are going to talk about file management. First of all, Adobe Pro has a function to import folders into it. But again, create also folders, writing to the program by clicking on a new bin icon. First of all, I'm going to create two folders or maybe tree, because the first of all is video, then all audio. And the third one, or how many do we want our images? Very terse or whatever you use into your project? First of all, a video. And I'm going to do all the video files right here into the video folder. Again. Audio, the same thing, or the files right here put them into this formula. In my case, I have also some images. I'm going to put them into a separate folder. Now, have our sequence and three-fourths. But if you are going to open the video folder, here's a big, big mess. So what I am going to do is to make another folder which I'm going to call drone. I'm going to put all the drone shots into this folder. Too heavy hitter, little bit more clean. And again, from my second camera, the ends that are, I'm going to put all the footages right in this folder. Again, let's go back and go back into the audio panel here I'm going again to create a new for the triangle is going to be called music. Here I'm going to drag the music file. And also I have always done sound effects, which again will be drained in the sound effects folder and so on. You can do for every part. I'm going to go back into the video folder here, into the DSLR folder. Here I'm going to toggle List View icon, which shows me some tips. You can change these tapes, default are multiple days. But if you're right-clicking on this and maintain data display, you, you can go right here and you can choose what type of painters do we want? As example, I'm only using sometimes, good, and they're also creating a new tab, which I'm going to call lens just by clicking on Add property. Since the impulse, I have only three parts of what each are good enough. So I'm going just to click on them. And this was the lesson about file management. Thank you so much for watching. And I hope to see in the next lesson. 3. Toolbar: We have here a really good friend into Adobe Premiere Pro, which is right next to the toolbar. In this lesson, we're going to talk just about debt. First of all, let us take every tool separately. So let us click on the first one. Track select tool. What are the three select tool does is just to select everything from your footage from that clip on, as example, half-year 3 cleaves into my tablet. If I click on the influenza, selling it from dead clip on all the cliffs on the truck. This is really good if you want to move the entire line a little bit farther. And now when I click on the second one, which is the ripple edit tool, while these two dyes to sort and your team, but also to ripple, delete the small path which left. This is really good if you want to make a painting anything, and this will cover in future lessons in this class, the rolling edit tool makes almost the same like the ripple edit tool. And now let's jump to the next one which is the repulsed stretched. You know, the time when you want to cut on the beat of the music, which we'll cover in the future lessons in this class. Well, for this is the rate stretch tool. If you make the time wrapping, your clip doesn't fit perfectly, you can take the rate stretch tool. Any tourists simply speed up your clip depending on how much a now the razor tool, we'll just simply makes a cut where you click. And now let's pay the sleep to. What this tool does is just to simply move your clips to the right by retaining the same size of the clip in the same position. And now let's say this live told what the slide tool does is just to move everything to the desired direction which you drag it. Example haggling Again on the middle clip and it will drag also the metal clip, but also the first clip a little bit larger and made the third one smaller. Let us take the pen tool now, which simply creates key for him like you to see if you're a spending Trek, then you have a small yellow line, which means there is that keyframe. You can click on that part and you can create multiple keyframes. Again with the selection tool, you can drag this keyframe lower end. You can make an animation just on your type. The pen tool is really good for time remapping, not just for opacity like I showed you in this example. I am Liping. We are going to cover a little bit farther in this class. Now it's time for the head to the hand tool. Just simply taste your timeline and scroll it that way. This can be also simple, simply done using the scroll wheel on your mouse. And now the lawn tool, like the name says, it's simply just zooms in and if you click in what it will zoom out. Here is an alternative for this by pressing the plus and minus key. And this was the lesson about our good old friend, the toolbar. Thank you so much for watching and I hope to see in the next lesson. 4. The most important shortkeys: 0, 0, 0, 1 was going super fast because now everyone wants to and it's super faced. This is why we are hearing this lesson. First of all, if you need to know the shortcut is for every 20 and right here from the toolbar and from every thing that you can go here into the timeline, that's why we are here. So let us start with the toolbar. If you hover over a tool here into the tool bar, you can see the name and the shortcut as example. I can go here to sleep tool, the Pen tool, and I can press U. If I'm going back over the selection do I can press V to get it back. Of course, these are the basic shortlist, but again, go into Edit and into keyboard shortcuts. Here, do you have oil? Every function which Adobe Premiere Pro can do, the raise or door is normal to the C key, but I changed it. But I changed it because I didn't want to have it to the c k key anymore. So I'm going to, I'm going to edit and I've put C. Like you see, the shortcut is already, is already to another function applied. So I'm going here. And a, what this means is to trim exactly on the part. Of course, this means also that the trend we need to meet to be selected. So I'm in this again and again, 40 by Livy and three more ripple delete. These are some really good short case which you can use when they are making talking headshots. And this was the lesson about the most important short-cut thetas on our fortunately, I hope to see in the next lesson. 5. Advanced keyframing: Keyframes, you'll find them everywhere, but how to use them? In my previous class, I showed you how to make this. But let's give this a little bit more advanced with some keyframes right here. Our good friend, the keyframe. Let's start. I want to make some effects on its side. I'm going to go into video Effect, Generate. Then I'm going to take the circle effect, what this data is just to simply create the circle onto your clip. It can be whatever, also taste whatever you want in this class I'm, in this lesson, I'm going just to take a simple circle number two spacial are going to animate the center position from left to right. Like this. It'll be farther like this. So I have a simple scale in a simple moving envision the innovation is really, really boring. And not that, not that it's boring, but you can see that it's a fake animation. And like you've seen other animations or some libraries in other innovations or in, in some other emissions or in minimal diapers or whatever you want, the emission are really, really smooth. So let's start. First of all, there are multiple ways of creating a keyframe. They are the normal keyframes which are also hearing to mine in my bag, which are just simple keyframes are linear keyframes which are caught. Let's make it a little bit more bigger. And I'm going to select both keyframes right here. Berkeley, what they were, whichever you want, and go to temporal interpolation, you have multiple ways. In this lesson, we are going just to focus on Ben's here. Ben is here, makes the animation more fluid. It starts lower, in the middle is the most fastest, and then slowly it stops. This is the easiest point, but you can do this also manually. Let's delete one single keyframe, go back into temporal interpolation and you can choose easy, easy out. But this keyframe data is again to start slower and graduality. And graduated means the speed faster. Again from the second one, I'm going to choose. Easy, ease in. Again, this does the same thing. So we have a small animation. It's more interesting and more natural then the normal linear animations. But let's put this onto the next level. Let's do dry dive in into the keyframe set. I'm going on the, I'm going to click on the arrow beside the stopwatch like this. And there you can see the animation curve. Then mentioned curve is the path of the innovation, of the paint, of the speed of the animation like you see, it starts really slow in arbitrary, goes a little bit faster in the end again slope. You can manipulate them. Click on the first keyframe and you can have the labels. I'm going to drag the first keyframe a little bit to the right, like this. Like you see the curve change. So we can see it will start slow, slow, slow until almost at the end, and then it's the most it is the fastest speed and then graduated goes with her. Again, end up collecting English and you can see it starts really slow, then makes a really fast movement and then again slope. This means inflammation curve. In adobe abroad doesn't have such good. The data came in. In Adobe Premiere Pro. You can query the emission so much like in if they're faced with a graph editor. But it's enough because here we are into, in advanced case of Adobe Premiere Pro. This means the keyframe. Again, we can make this. You can go farther by pulling on the livers Example. I'm going to make the middle part really, really fast. So like you see, goes really, really slow until the window, really slow, it restore bug in really slow while this will do is to make it more natural emission because like you see, we are not robots and we can't move our hand perfectly faced the same constant speed. That's why we start a little bit slower in the middle we are the most Festus and then at the end, we are again stopping slow. This is why these keyframes are more niche. Now I can play around with anything. All of these keyframes best about being a CRO keyframes once with position or rotation scaling mentioned not. So especially for colors or basically because they can't see exactly that difference. And this was the lesson about advanced keyframing. Thank you so much for watching and I hope to see in the next lesson. 6. Edit with music together: Grab your airports and start mixing sounds to get. First of all, I have here directly. First of all, I have here a really long audio file, which I cut it into three parts because it was too long and I wanted to have just a short sequence. So what they did is just to find the right places where I can place a cut. For this, you need to find places which have this almost the same sound in these. They not perfectly matched together to not have a hard cut, you can apply across these constant power onto there. Again, this is good if your sound doesn't match, match perfectly, but if it completely doesn't let you shouldn't make this. If for new sounds, the both parts, well, but they are not selling together well, then you can move them. Lie as example here, i c s example here. I can move them. Let's say I have this clip right? There are the wave form. You need to make it constant as example here where the wave form is continuous from one clip to the other one. If I will cut it like this, they wouldn't match perfectly. So what you should do is to make it is to carve exactly where you think it's okay. But if it doesn't sound well, what you should do is to move your clip a little bit to the left or to the right until it matches perfectly. And again, if there is some sort of noise or different things into your song, then you can apply a constant pump. Now, let's edit to the beat. You see this nice play, this nice videos where the editor had a carpet on the beat and the music flow perfectly together with the sound. But it's not so heavy. So far. Planar music back into your ear phones and onto the beak you should please press on the N key on your keyboard to place markers. After making all of these things, now you can cut on the beat as example, I have here the first clip. I can click on the first marker and then shorten this clip until it can be right there, go to the second one for the second clip. And so, but let's say you don't want to cut exactly there because the clip is too short, you can't see it. And what n was ever, but what you can do is to go into the effects controls right here and right change with the Effect Controls and make a keyframe for the scale. And then again, at the beginning, the first keyframe, right-click on it and choose hold for the temporal interpolation so that you may not have been any major key. We can also have primary mapping, which I covered in my previous class about Adobe Premier Pro. But you can also turn upon some parts are in the music goes slower and one on the palette where it goes faster again, direct Fest. And this was the lesson about editing onto them. Use. Thank you so much for watching and I hope to see you in the next lesson. 7. Advanced Stabilization: 00, 00, 00 stops. Now it's time to stabilize something because you have now and quick, Let's make it reverse. First of all, how to stabilize that I showed you in my previous class. But now, let's make it a little bit more interesting with some Advent stabilized. Now I have this clip. First of all, let's throw a warped stabilizer onto it right now. First of all, there are two type of results, the no motion and smooth motion. The no motion will try to make your shot the steady as possible. It would be made from a tripod, smooth motion. We just make your shot balance as it would be feared from a deep. Again, smoothness will be available just in future smooth motion and you can choose how much worse the era as a shrew length shakiness into your shop and the methyl are there. Format Painter, the virtual world is position. When we adjust, move your clip around to stabilize it. Position, scale and rotation will move your click into position, rotation and scale and perspective. We'll try to shift that clip into all directions. And soup base work will lies some parts of your footage which should be shifted. This will give you the best results if you just want to stabilize a part of your footage. But it depends on the VFX you want make or the story or whatever you want to maybe that shop. After that, if you go below, we have frame. You haven't just to stabilize the blame borders, stabilize and crop and it will also crop in into your scene so that you have some sort of perfect 16 by 9 format and Stabilize crop out of scale. We're trying to scale in as it would be already stabilized without an hour stabilizing synthase edges will try to not crop in so much into your clip. But in my opinion, you should choose Stabilize crop and auto scale. You have also here how many, how much premium Pro has, auto-scale your clip. And you can also add some scale. You can also scale in a little bit into the advanced. Then you have the deta details. In analytics, we will try to make more striking points onto your footage to make it a little bit more precise. And now let's try to make some effects with the well-known more stable. I'm going to nest the clip like here. And here I'm going to live in the Warp Stabilizer effect on me and it's straightening. Like you see, we have a stabilized clip. But if we are going into this scene and I'm going to put a tripod shot of me, anything and I'm going to put it right on top of this shot from a tripod. If I'm going back here, you can see that it held, it ends. They can't move. And this was the lesson about advanced work stabilizing and also a cool F8 which you can do with this work stabilize. Thank you so much for watching and I hope to see in that next. 8. Effects & Presets: Effects, effects, effects, effects. This, what about Premier Pro has to sit. There is a tire printer, just sweet effects. And there are three buttons on top of it. The first one is our accelerated the efforts. This will filter out all the faithful which are graphic artist serrated, like I showed you in previous lessons. You have three lines over your edit. Yellow means your glyphicon can handle it. So if you apply graphical accelerated their fate, that means that your line over the clip will be turned into year because your graphic card can handle. So by clicking on this button, it will be shown every fifth, which is graphical celebrate. Then the second button is 32-bit color, and these are specially made for 32-bit colors, sequences, compositions, or maybe clips. Let's say I want, I have multiple effects. I have a symbol portion with a drug. And let us take the transform effect, which does exactly like the emotional effect does, but it can also add motion blur. So what I'm going to do is just make the simplest scaling animation. Just shake Hannah farms can. And I'm going to make a simple scaling mission over the entire duration of the clip. But now we have a small-scale emission. Then they don't know some motion blur by clicking on the US composition shutter angle. And I'm going to put it to 180 degrees to get the natural mode. Lord. Pretty nice killing. But let's say I have 100 charts like this and I want to add on, on a scaling so I can right-click on the Transform effect then safe prison. Of course, you can select all your efforts like this using Control and click and click, right-click and say recent. But in this case I'm going to create and for the transform effect that we're going to call it scale, ie. There are three options. Scale, anchor, point, an anchor output. If you have an animation as example, let's say I'm having an emission just until the middle of the action and then the emission stops. So I have, I'm saving this organic see presently then we have the three options. Care, which means I have a mission for, let's say 1 second and that tip is to second lock. And if I'm applying the same preset on a clip which is forsaken long it will stretch the information up anchor point, Let's say I have again a one clip for two seconds and the second one will force it to ignore, stretch out the information. It will just put it right into the import. And the last one does exactly the same but into the output. Now after that, I can save this preset. I won't name this, scale it now I'm also going to write the description. Get in. And I'm going to click Okay, right you into the presets folder where our preset. So if I'm going too, my preset is now say to sketch. So I'm going to put this on every level clip right here. I'm selecting all of this and apply this. Now you can see if I'm selecting anything of this event again, see that the emission will be stretched or scale down until into image to mind decide as example in this clip, which is smaller, it's just a small, small innovation. Right here. I have, for my tutorials, I have my invention where I present my work. I'm presenting my name. So let's drag it into the clip right here, which like this. And this is just a simple green screen, maybe an ester phase because I don't want to open After Effects every time a may I making these tutorials? And it's just a simple scaling mission, but I don't want every time to take the old truck effect to read to key out the green. So what I want do is I have here some prisoners made the right here, which simply keys out the green directly. And I have, oh, I already have the emission key down. Again. This isn't an animation, so just some effects of life. This can be also for information, F8 also for Motion Opacity, time looping moire, then what do you want? And this was the lesson about the effects and prisons. Thank you so much for watching and I hope to see you in the next lesson. 9. Color correction: Wait on its own. Here's a little bit. There. Of course there aren't no cars. On this topic. We are going to focus in this lesson about color-coding. First of all, I have here a clip is not connected, simply a raw footage. It's not long as just the standard profile here on my stony Kim. First of all, there are two ways of color creating the really roughly way in the more advanced way. First of all, the more roughly way is just to search for energy because the effect onto your clip from the effects controls on the Minister simply create an S curve and it will already color corrective. 41st of all going to video fades, color correction, and then choose three-way color corrector. This is exactly the same thing like lumetri color in the more dominant processes C. This video is for a product that I shot and you need to have some more colors to 12 days from the paper its own. So I'm going to end, like you see, there are some shadows here. So to make the shadows more prominent than I can from the first one, I can add a little bit more red to the shadows to make it a little bit more pasty. And again, the midtones, I'm going to go a little bit to the, to the yellow part because this is a commercial for some pair. So for a space is so, so I want to have the warm tone of fire. So I want to give them mid-tones, some yellow highlights because I want to have some rail here on. I can also push them a little bit to the red. Not too much, but just a little bit because this is a more space commercial. This is the first thing that you can do in Conakry. And now let's go a little bit down to this after saturation. Well, many beginners do is to increase their saturation because they think it looks good There are prime correspond this same mistake. First of all, Mr. situation, I'm going just to increase iterate and B to get, to get some more interesting colors, secondary color corrector. What this does is just if I want to apply and just here onto the red color and I can I can call granted only to the red. So first of all, I'm going to show mask, and this is my mask off red cars. I'm going to expand this a little bit until I read my paper perfectly into for this, you should go a little bit in depth. But now let's see, I have my therapy. And now let's say I want just to co-create that most, most interesting part, the most yellow, the most relish part of my clips. I'm going to close this hue saturation. I can also tweak a little bit here until I get my entire paper. Then auto leveling what this will do it to Auto Level the Blake's to Blake and the white to white and so on to get a more natural way. This is a good way, but also some sort of bed when because of course this car correct your footage perfectly. But sometimes you can give weird because co-creating depends on what your store, one store. You want to bend through the color correction through the shots you took through. Depending on the mood you want to tell through the color correction. Again, shadows, mid tones and highlights. You can manipulate them to have a little bit more saturation, more colors. Corroborating means not just to follow a template or a lot. Now this can be just to leave your creativity, to let it do what you want. Try every setting if it doesn't work well. Press Control and Z and try again with a new setting right there. Cooperating in just about creativity. You can do whatever you can make, whatever you want with these clips, of course, about collaborating can make an entire class just on this topic. But because we have a basis of about Adobe Garamond Pro note about color correcting, and this was the lesson about color quality. Thank you so much for watching. And I hope to see in the next lesson. 10. Adobe Dinamik Link: I just finished, sorry, After Effects compositions and animations. And now let's bring them into Premier Pro. Well, it goes super fast. If you know how to use them. You know that then we need to import the sound or the vigor of the clipping warning After Effects. And you need perfectly to manage them to try again because they're afraid it's Hazen such good things when it comes to streaming videos. And so while your here, right, I have the same shot right here, and I want to import it into After Effects draft right-click replace with After Effects composition and also for sound effects again, right-click and edit clipping, Adobe Audition. And that's it. Just started eating in all the issuer After Effects and you're good to go to start anything. Back in Premier Pro. Also a tip is to make a duplicate of your desired clip by holding Alt and dragging it up. Because it will replace that leave with the after-effects composition. And you should have also some backup if you want now to make the Effects and Premier Pro last example. After you are ready with all of your effects and came back in Premier Pro, you see your video. You can go back into After Effects will immediately be synchronized again with After Effects without any probe. And this was the lesson about the Adobe Dynamic Link. Thank you for watching and I hope to see you in the next class. 11. Exporting: My entire diagram is render. I have my Effects ready, my video edited, and so on. Now let us start exporting our video to send it to the client, or to our friends, or to social media. So let's start. First of all, let's open the exporting window by pressing Control M are simply going to File Export and then choose me from here. There is the first thing which is deform it. Envy is a really, really old format and you can't use. So from here, let's go to H 264, which is MP4. After that, Premier Pro has lots of presets right here in which we can choose, but I highly recommend you to get Android tablet. And also from here, choose from Android tablet. You can choose 10 ADP or desired resolution, you or 720 P. And then your friend, Let's say I want to explore this in in 30 frames per seconds. Yes. After Ed, let's dive in a little bit farther into the settings. We have the resolution, then the frame rate, which you can change. Of course, let's say, let's say I want to 30 frames per seconds and so on. There are multiple things, but let's say if I want to export this in 60 frames per seconds, we have an error. Because we need to offer to set the exporting level to something, to something bigger. I'm going to change to 50 to one. And of course also be tricked. The bitrate means the bit rate says the clip. How, how the Peymon arbitrary, you can choose the depending on the bit, on the, on the bitrate depends there is a loosening the quality of your video. Please add four. What I recommend you for, 54. What I recommend you for. What I recommend for full HD is five megabits per seconds for two, K, 24 for K, 32 to 16 megabits per seconds. Let's say now I want to have a foreign key sequence. I'm going to change this to 60. And like you said, we have to be grids. We have three choices by beta into exporting. The first one is CBR, the second one is the VBR 1 pass in the VBR tube is the CBR. Just export your video to a desired betrayed and it will know, calculate anything, but it will go superfast exporting in VBR one based in VBR 2 pass. You have again two sliders because premium program calculate the perfect frame rate, the perfect bit rates for debt frame between done desired length, the desired bitrates that you choose will be on one bias, will give not the faster the VBR 2 pass, but it will not give the best result. And of course CB VBR to give the best result. Because Premier Pro and calculate the perfect beat rate for the desired frame, I'm going to choose 50 to 60. The difference between the target bitrate and the maximum bidder shouldn't be really, really big. Sometimes for full HD, It's enough just 4 to 5. Or if you're exporting for YouTube, you can simply choose CBR and shows both bitrates to eight megabits per seconds, like YouTube recommend. Now because we have all this data, we can go up to change the resolutions. I don't know the exact resolution. And so I have here a small table, and these will be also available in the class project below. We are going to choose for k, which is 2850 by 2160. Now we have all what you want. Also a small fee if you rendered your timeline, pressing Enter, Premier Pro will have a preview of your sharpening all in the, almost the full resolution if you are editing for gain, full HD and so on. But if you have these previews, you can check Use Previous, which we utilize the preview file with Premier Pro has made and it will mean the sporting faster. We have also the estimated file size, which in my case would be 47 megabytes if you explore really often in a desert form and you can save it by pressing on the safe present. But, and this was the lesson about exporting. Thank you so much for watching and I hope to see you the next one. 12. Conclusion: And now it came to the end of our class. Thank you so much for watching and I hope that you learn something new in this wonderful program, Adobe Premiere Pro. If you want to learn even more about Adobe Premiere Pro interface, notice him a tomography. Feel free to check out my other classes here on Skillshare and also my YouTube channel with filmmaking tutorials for the class project, just collect food. It's part of just make something Premier Pro because not that class project is important. The important thing that you break this, what I showed you. So please break this. And also if you don't have 40s, then you came down on the footage that I used. Writing is clear from the class description below. I'm going to review every class project which you will say, I hope that you learn something new and thank you so much for watching.