The Cool Stuff in Premiere Pro deals with advanced editing techniques to help you make better films. You’ll learn techniques to speed up your workflow dramatically, doing more work, faster, with better looking results. Reading this book, you’ll understand how to edit fast, and do compositing and motion graphics design in Premiere.
One chapter deals with core editing techniques used by professionals to tell the story faster. A huge chapter covers advanced Color Grading inside of Premiere. There are also chapters on Audio Editing, Motion Graphics and Compositing.
Premiere Pro template projects and custom presets
Workflow enhancements like Premiere Pro template projects and custom presets are used extensively throughout the book, and you’ll learn how to make your own, and why you should use them.
Integration with Adobe Production Premium
There will be chapters where Dynamic Link to After Effects is used for improved effectiveness, and chapters where you learn how to use Photoshop for pretty advanced video stuff and Audition for audio clean-up. But most of the time, Premiere Pro can do the job all by itself.
Not for beginners
You’re supposed to know the basics of Premiere Pro before you dive into this book.
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Available PDF chapters
- Color Grading and Finishing in Premiere Pro
- Accelerated Workflow in Premiere Pro
- Compositing in Premiere Pro
- Motion Graphics in Premiere Pro
- Audio Editing in Premiere Pro
Customers who’ve bought two or more PDF chapters will get a discount on the finished book when it’s published!
Expected release date
(Updated Feb 24, 2015).
No more separate chapters will be released. The next release will be the full book! The last chapter has been sent for layout. I also need to update two chapters due to advances in Premiere Pro since I wrote them, but it’s very close to finished now!
- PDF full version: Planned release: March 20th 2015
- Printed version: Planned release: Shortly after the first 2015 release of Premiere
Adobe has a habit of releasing big updates at the NAB show in April, so it seems like a bad idea to release a printed book in February. I’ll wait and see what new features the team comes up with before printing the book on dead trees. The PDF version can easily be updated, and will be released as soon as it’s finished.
ISBN and EAN codes
If you want to use this book in the curriculum at a school or university, you will need the ISBN numbers and such. Here you go!
Jarle Leirpoll Publishing – Elverum, Norway – 2014.
The Cool Stuff in Premiere Pro, by Jarle Leirpoll
The total amount of pages is still TBD, but a good guesstimate is about 600-650 pages.
PDF version: ISBN 978-82-993648-7-4
Printed version: ISBN 978-82-993648-8-1
How to read the PDF versions
The PDF chapters can be read on Mac, PC, iPad, iPhone, Android phone, Tablets etc. They are password protected and watermarked with your name and e-mail address. Read more about using iTunes to get your PDF files into iBooks.