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Premiere Pro Studio Techniques: Mastering Colour Correction  (ADPR305)

Time: 9am - 4pm
Duration: 3 days

Compatible with CC


This hands-on Pro Series course helps you master the art of colour correction. Explore advanced colour correction techniques using Adobe Premiere Pro, creating primary, secondary, and custom looks for video projects.


ADPS101—Adobe Photoshop: 2 days, ADPR301—Adobe Premiere Pro: Advanced Colour Correction or equivalents are mandatory.

Public Class Schedule

Location Language Date Price  
Web-based(Opens in new window) English September 3 - September 5 $ 895.00
Web-based(Opens in new window) English December 18 - December 20 $ 895.00

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Don't see the dates you need? Call us at 888.484.2933 or Tell Us What You Need. We can also provide live, on-site training in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts in major centres such as Boston, Portland, Concord, Manchester and Burlington.

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction to Adobe SpeedGrade
    • Adobe Premiere Pro workflow
    • Importing Media
    • Chroma subsampling
    • Broadcast colours
  • Primary Grading
    • Working with Primary controls
    • Understanding Luma, Chroma and Saturation
    • Adjusting Shadows, Midtones and highlights
    • Working with the Colour Wheels and Curves
    • Working with Adjustment tracks
  • Secondary Grading
    • Overview of the secondary grading
    • Creating masks
    • Tracking objects
    • Adjusting Inside and Outside masks
    • Single-Component keys
    • Creating Vignette
  • Managing Grades
    • Balancing and managing grades
    • Working with keyframes
    • Applying creative Look
    • Creating custom Look layers
    • Adding Looks to scenes
  • Exporting
    • Rendering graded media
    • Output settings
    • Using Media Encoder

Private training is available for this course.

Call us at 1-888-484-2933 to learn more about our flexible scheduling options or complete our Information Request Form.

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