Montana Media Lab director and multimedia journalist Anne Bailey introduced participants to the basics of video editing in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Using provided footage, participants learned project organization, importing, cutting interviews, assembling sequences, working with b-roll, incorporating text and exporting final projects.
This intensive, online workshop gave attendees the editing skills to turn video footage, photos and audio into polished, professional videos.
The Montana Media Lab’s Adobe Premiere Pro workshop gave me all of the tools I needed …
… to optimize my use of this complex program in one day.
AmeriCorps Senior Leader | Montana Campus Compact
This workshop touched on so many basics, guiding even those of us who had never opened the program.
I left knowing not only the basic components of video, but how to put them together to produce a final product.
Reporter | Montana Public Radio
Anne Bailey’s expertise and skill level with Premiere quickly lead to a well planned approach …
… to keeping a project organized and efficient.
Assistant Professor of Theatre | University of Montana
I learned many practical tips to create attractive, engaging videos.
As a professor who is redesigning many courses to be more flexible for my students, this course was so helpful to me. I can immediately apply what I’ve learned to my teaching.
Assistant Professor of Management | University of Montana