Belgian filmmaker and planet5D reader Jordy Vandeput has just launched a new training website called Cinecom, and is offering 75% off his introductory course – on Premiere Pro through March 7th. We’re talking $19 until then.
The web literally places much of the world at our fingertips.
Add video tutorials and English as the lingua franca of the online world, and the web smashes through traditional boundaries of time and space to give us learning opportunities unavailable – unimaginable – even to kings and queens of just a century ago.
The choices available to us are staggering, and now you can add Jordy’s Cinecom.net to that list.
In addition to being a filmmaker, Jordy’s been an instructor on a Lynda -like site called Tuts+, part of Australian company Envato’s “ecosystem of sites” for creatives. Jordy has now taken what he’s learned about filmmaking and teaching and begun bottling it with such tutorial titles as “5 Tips for Working with a Teleprompter,” “Create a 3D Text in Premiere Pro,” “How to Film a Report for an Event,” and “Cinematic Tricks with the KonovaMaster Pan Slider.”
His first full course offering is “Getting Started with Premiere Pro CC,” and I liked his opening lines:
“I remember the first time I opened Adobe Premiere Pro, and it was a disaster: so many buttons and windows I didn’t know where to start. Sound familiar? Well, no worries. Now I’m here to help you with that.”
It’s a nice, casual way to start, and if you’re new to Adobe Premiere Pro, short of “free,” there aren’t many lower cost ways of getting your feet wet with a very rich – and complicated – software ecosystem.
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What will I learn?
In this course you will learn the fundamentals. That means; the important things! We’ll start off with setting up our project correctly. Next you’ll learn how to use the user interface. This will follow with the basics of cutting and slicing your clips and we’ll end by adding some fun effects to our clips. Once your masterpiece is complete, it’s time to export it with the correct settings to share it online or anywhere else.
Why should I take this course?
Instructor Jordy: “I still remember the first time I launched Premiere Pro. I was scared at that point, afraid of not being able to learn all these features. After a couple of months I thought I knew the application well enough. But when I started in the filmschool, I realised I knew so little of this application. The fastest way to learn the application without missing anything important is by taking a premium class“.
Who is Jordy?
That’s me! Premiere Pro is the most active application on my computer as I am a professional filmmaker. I’ve been teaching Premiere Pro since 2006 on various online and local schools. With the experience of being a very active user and teacher, I have learned the best path to teach Premiere Pro.
What is Premiere Pro?
With Adobe Premiere Pro CC you can start editing your videos in a professional environment. The software provides you with many tools such as managing your media, cutting clips, adding effects, mastering the audio and many more.
Getting started with a new piece of software is not that easy. So many buttons to remember and hidden features you just can’t find.
Learn more at cinecom.net “Getting Started with Adobe Premiere Pro CC”
(cover photo credit: snap from cinecom)
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