I’ve been a video professional since 2006, and been a technical trainer/college instructor since 2012. In that time I’ve been fortunate to across the country in different facilities, and worked with a lot of different people with different skill sets.
One thing that I’ve learned in that time is that everyone needs to start somewhere, and it can be hard to find the right information quickly and easily. While other training services require a monthly subscription to get started, or free online tutorials give disjointed information, I wanted to put together a class that gives everyone the basics, for free.
Really? Whats the catch?
Well I’ll be honest with you. The reason why I have this class out there is a few different reasons.
- I believe everyone should know the basics. This class is aimed squarely at beginners.
- A rising tide lifts all boats. When everyone knows the basics it gives people room to advance faster
- It’s training I wish I had when I was learning video editing.
- Its a preview of my teaching style. While earning the basics might be all you need, I’m confident that if you need to learn something quickly and efficiently, I can offer customized advanced training to you or your team.
In the next coming months ill be posting free Introductory classes in Premiere Pro, After Effects, Motion, Final Cut Pro X, and Element3D.
I just wrapped up the free Premiere Pro class and you can find that as a whole playlist of 2.5 hours of content below, or visit my website at www.stanislawrobertluberda.com
In our 10th and final class in my free Premiere Pro Introduction class, we talk about exporting our projects.
In Lesson 9 of our 10 free lessons in Premiere Pro we learn about title layers. Before we dig into to titles I explain some of the Limitations of the titles in Premiere Pro and what you can expect to create.
Lesson 7 of 10 in my free Adobe Premiere Pro Training
Effects, Adjustment layers, keyframes
This lesson is 6 of 10 in my free Adobe Premiere Pro introduction training class. In this lesson we talk about transitions, ripple edits, Slip edits, and a few other details.
Setting up Projects
Learn how to set up projects
Learn about scratch disks
Understand project Settings
I’ve been teaching Adobe production software since 2011 and theres lots of people who are wanting to get into production and video editing. Sometimes its not economical or physically practical to book a classroom or on 1 on 1 session with me, or other instructors.
So I’ve decided Im going to give away a 10 lesson course covering everything to get you up and running with Premiere Pro!
Keyframes are an animation fundamental. If you are new to animating. or to keyframes this lesson is for you. In this lesson we explore what keyframes are, and how to start using them in Apple Motion to create compelling motion graphics
Behaviors are one of the great features in Apple Motion. It allows me to create complex animations that can be applied to several properties and formats of text layers.
In this tutorial I cover the following topics:
What are Text behaviors?
How are they different from regular behaviors?
Different types of behaviors
Using Text behaviors
Applying text behaviors
Adjusting text behaviors
Modifying text behaviors
Duplicating text behaviors
Retiming text behaviors
Creating a custom text behavior
If you found this tutorial useful, I’ve got much more online via my youtube channel at: AV-Ultra, so be sure to subscribe to keep up to date with fresh free tutorials.
If you are looking for a class in Final Cut Pro, Motion, Premiere, After Effects, or Element 3D, I am available for instruction for you or your team locally in the Milwaukee/Chicago area.
Not in the area? I am come out to you and train you and your team at your facility.
For more information on classes or instruction visit: Stanislaw Robert Luberda.com
If you’re like me chances are you are always taking photos of videos of different things/events/ people for script/story ideas. maybe you like the way a certain street is laid out or the light is hitting through a stained glass window. Whatever the situation, chances are you are not always carrying a whole film rig with you, but instead carrying a cellphone.
I know what your thinking- “Is he seriously saying that we can get decent results putting together edited pieces from a cellphone?”
To answer your question, here’s a piece that I shot with an iPhone 6+ and was put together and edited by Kenneth Kornacki of Kenko here in Milwaukee, WI