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This practical course is presented twice a week two hours a day with a duration of 60 hours in total from (Septembre to December). It prepares the student in video editing and motion graphics, audio for movies, 2D animation using the Adobe CC suite in Premier Pro, After Effects, Audition. The student will edit musical video, movie scenes, TV ads in Premier Pro, audio cleaning using Adobe Audition, Create stunning intro, special effects, 3D and 2D scenes using After Effects. The student will learn edit ‘clips’, mix sounds, add titles, create transitions, apply filters, and work on advanced editing features such as Chromas, Multicam and others. Topics include preferences configuration, capture video and audio. Also it offers various editing tools such as: “trimming, Position, Roll, Slip”, audio editing, to final output.

With the rapid advancement of video and multimedia technology, Adobe Premiere Pro helps produce and edit productions more fluidly than ever before. And users don’t need a box office budget to back their next great feature film just the skills. This is why it’s so important to get students into position early to develop and certify their technical skills. Through Adobe Certified Associate certification using Adobe Premiere Pro, you will ensure your students have a promising start to an exciting future. And as opportunities for careers in professional video production and editing expand, your students will use their certification to demonstrate to employers the proficiency along with the passion to get the job done right.


This course is designed for anyone who wants to become avideo editor in Adobe Premier Pro and work in  After Effects, Audition, or who prefers interactive instruction of their functions.


Premier Pro

  • Performing nonlinear editing in Premiere Pro
  • Expanding the workflow
  • Touring the Premiere Pro interface
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Creating a project
  • Setting up a sequence
  • Importing assets
  • Working with ingest options and proxy media
  • Replacing clips and footage
  • Nesting sequences
  • Performing regular trimming
  • Performing advanced trimming
  • Trimming in the Program Monitor
  • Adjusting the Motion effect
  • Changing clip position, size, and rotation
  • Working with keyframe interpolation
  • Using other motion-related effects
  • Following the multicamera process
  • Creating a multicamera sequence
  • Switching multiple cameras
  • Finalizing multicamera editing
  • Setting up the interface to work with audio
  • Examining audio characteristics
  • Recording a voice-over track
  • Adjusting audio volume
  • Creating a split edit
  • Adjusting audio levels for a clip
  • Sweetening sound with the Essential Sound panel
  • Adjusting dialogue
  • Working with effects
  • Working with master clip effects
  • Masking and tracking visual effects
  • Using keyframing effects
  • Using effect presets
  • Using frequently used effects
  • Rendering and replacing
  • Following a color-oriented workflow

After Effects

  • Getting to Know the Workflow
  • About the After Effects work area
  • Getting started
  • Creating a project and importing footage
  • Creating a composition and arranging layers
  • About layers
  • Adding effects and modifying layer properties
  • Animating the composition
  • About the Tools panel
  • About timecode and duration
  • About the Timeline panel
  • Previewing your work
  • Customizing workspaces
  • Controlling the brightness of the user interface
  • Finding resources for using After Effects
  • Review questions and answers
  • Creating a Basic Animation Using Effects and Presets
  • Importing footage using Adobe Bridge
  • Creating a new composition
  • Working with imported Illustrator layers
  • Applying effects to a layer
  • Applying and controlling effects
  • Applying an animation preset
  • Previewing the effects
  • Adding transparency
  • Rendering the composition
  • Review questions and answers
  • Animating Text
  • About text layers
  • Installing a font using Typekit
  • Creating and formatting point text
  • Using a text animation preset
  • Animating with scale keyframes
  • Animating using parenting
  • Animating imported Photoshop text
  • About parent and child layers
  • Animating type tracking
  • Animating text opacity
  • Editing audio files in Adobe Audition
  • Animating Layers


(Available for additional cost)

Incorporate exam into current courses to measure success. Prove student’s hands on knowledge through performance based and selected response testing. Provide students with sought after job market skills. Meet the popular demand to validate skills in the Adobe applications. Take advantage of today’s industry standard digital software. Builds core skills and knowledge necessary to use Adobe, Awards a resume building standard certifcation as proof of successful completion. Provides the foundation necessary to further enhance productivity and marketability with other visual comunnication certifications


ACA Exams Offer the Certification 

Students Need to Succeed

The Adobe Certified Associate Exams provide the education and certification students need to succeed in both college and the workplace. For those pursuing higher education involving digital media, the certification ensures the prerequisite knowledge and skills. For those seeking employment in the high demand areas of digital communication, the certification provides a valuable competitive edge.


This course is focused for students without any prior computer experience. This course starts from basic to advanced.