Adobe Premiere Pro CC Learn by Video (2015 release)

Peachpit Press
Maxim Jago  
Peachpit Press
Total pages
November 2015

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This critically-acclaimed interactive training program from Adobe Press offers exceptional quality high-definition video to teach the fundamentals of Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Including 12 hours of video tutorials, the course comes complete with lesson files, assessment quizzes, and review materials. Experienced instructor Maxim Jago presents a comprehensive introduction to Premiere Pro, including best practices as well as concepts that are fundamental non-linear video editing. Topics covered include working with imported media, timelines, transitions and special effects, and outputting files to various formats, and how to work within the Creative Cloud.
The video is wrapped in a unique interface that allows you to jump to any topic and also bookmark individual sections for later review. The unique “Watch and Work” mode shrinks the video into a small window to allow you to work alongside in Adobe Premiere Pro as you view the video. Project files used in the lessons are included on the disc so you can practice what you’ve learned. At the end of every lesson, you can test your knowledge by taking interactive quizzes.

Duration: 12 hours
User Level: Beginning/Intermediate
Closed-Captioning in English
System Requirements:
Mac OS X 10.6, Microsoft Windows XP, or higher
2 GHz processor or higher
4 GB RAM or higher
1 GB free HD space (does not include lesson files)

Please Note:
• This DVD-ROM can be viewed only on your computer. It will not play in a DVD-Video player software or a DVD set-top player.

New to this Edition

New features in this 2015 release of the software will be covered.


Maxim Jago ( is an Adobe Master Trainer, award-winning screenwriter, award-winning film director, and media technology specialist. He has authored multiple books and courses on post-production techniques and travels around the world teaching creative professionals, studios, and broadcasters how to make moving images. He speaks regularly about media technology, social trends, and emergent social and technological trends.