Joe Dockery

Course Description:Learn how to get the most out of Adobe Premiere Pro. You will learn how to use the multi-camera editing function, animated a multi-layered Photoshop sequence. You’ll be introduced to garbage mattes, green screen and other keying tools. This workshop will cover video effects, including controlling your effects with Key Frames, as well as covering some of the new features such as “time remapping”.

Levels Adjustment
Fast Color Correction
Pro Mist
Track Matte
Garbage Matte
Time Re-mapping
Adobe Photoshop Animation
Teaching Strategies
Wrap-up and Evaluations
Extra Credit    Multi-Camera Edit

* Bonus Tutorials - Pip, Rip and Soundbooth
*Adobe Encore - DVD Design and Production

Workshop Teaching Strategy
I have created Flash based tutorials for all the projects we will cover. This method of teaching/learning might be new to you but I think you may find it extremely powerful once you get into it. By putting all my lessons into this web site you have control of your learning. You can go as fast or slow as your learning style requires. You can stop the lesson at any time and practice the techniques or ask me for more clarification. As you watch the tutorial, make sure to pause and practice the technique using the sample files. Once you complete a project, look at the agenda, and if you are ahead of schedule take the time to practice what you just learned to ensure that you understand the concept.

*** All the tutorials you should watch are marked with Tutorial>>

Project files: All the files you will need to complete these tutorials are located on the disk in a folder called “Premiere Pro”. Make a copy of this folder on your desktop. Feel free to post the tutorials online for your students. Due to file size, make sure to copy the project folders onto the hard drives of your student computers or simply duplicate the DVD and hand them out to students.

Tutorial>> Setup Premiere Project and Import Assets (6:46)
In this lesson I will show you how to setup your Premiere Pro project bins and import all the assets for Unit 01: Working with the Effects Panel.

Other Tutorials: If you really want to take your knowledge and skills to the next level, look into purchasing other tutorials like, Total Training or Atomic Learning. They are worth their weight in gold! You can also find many useful tutorials for yourself and your students at the Adobe Education Exchange.

Learning Resources

Since all my lessons are online and on the DVD you got from the workshop you can immediately start using these lessons with your students or share them with the faculty at our school/district. I encourage you to personally take on projects that allow you to practice these techniques. Continue to read some of the excellent books that cover these amazing software applications, explore the many online resources and learn from your students as they push the limits. I have included a list of my favorite online learning resources.Sample Files
When you attend my workshop I give you a DVD and handouts that contain a bunch of sample files that you are welcome to use while you practice the techniques in the workshop. I encourage you to start with these files and then experiment with the same techniques on your own video files, web pages or Flash files. Please copy the files from the disk to your computer (Here is a tutorial if you need help). Feel free to download a copy of your own images to a folder in the same location. If you are checking this workshop out online, the video files are tool large.

Adobe Production Premium:

Adobe Flash Player: The tutorials in this workshop require Adobe Flash player be installed on your computer. If you don't have the latest version of Flash you can download it at