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Exam Prep: ACA Video Communication with Premiere Pro CS6

Exam Prep: ACA Video Communication with Premiere Pro CS6

Prerequisites: Success in this course depends on students having this knowledge before beginning this class.

At least a basic knowledge of the software covered in the exam is essential to beginning this exam preparation course.
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This course is part of the following workflow-oriented and product- or technology-oriented learning tracks: Certification & Exam Preparation, Film & Television, Motion & Animation Design, Personal Growth, Premiere Pro

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The Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) in Video Communication with Adobe Première Pro cer­ti­fi­ca­tion allows you to demon­strate your pro­fi­ciency in Première Pro, stand apart from your peers, and increase your career oppor­tu­ni­ties. In plain lan­guage: the cer­ti­fi­ca­tion declares to the world that you are highly skilled in the real world use of the indus­try stan­dard video edit­ing appli­ca­tion, Première Pro. Whereas the Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) cer­ti­fi­ca­tion is a tech­ni­cal avouch­ment, demon­strat­ing detailed knowl­edge of the work­ings of every facet of Première Pro and its user inter­face, the Adobe Certified Associate in Video Communication cer­ti­fi­ca­tion is a state­ment of your abil­ity to use Première Pro and that you under­stand the con­cepts required to use Première Pro in the real world.

It’s that tes­ta­ment that makes the ACA in Video Communication so valu­able for work­ing design­ers, artists, and com­pos­i­tors, and what makes hir­ing man­agers so desire an ACA cert­fi­ca­tion on can­di­dates’ resumes.

Exam-Focused Skills Preparation

In the Adobe Certified Associate in Video Communication Exam Preparation course we will fill in any holes in your real world Première Pro use knowl­edge and skills, prepar­ing you to mas­ter the skills assess­ments and objec­tives of the exam. The fol­low­ing skills will be assessed on the exam, and will be cov­ered in this exam prepa­ra­tion course:

Setting Project Requirements

  • Identify the pur­pose, audi­ence, and audi­ence needs for prepar­ing video.
  • Identify video con­tent that is rel­e­vant to the project pur­pose and appro­pri­ate for the tar­get audience.
  • Demonstrate knowl­edge of stan­dard copy­right rules (related terms, obtain­ing per­mis­sion, and cit­ing copy­righted material).
  • Demonstrate knowl­edge of the pro­duc­tion plan­ning and man­age­ment process.

Identifying Design Elements When Preparing Video

  • Demonstrate knowl­edge of how to orga­nize and plan a video sequence.
  • Identify gen­eral prin­ci­ples for video shooting.
  • Demonstrate knowl­edge of visual tech­niques for enhanc­ing video content.
  • Demonstrate knowl­edge of using audio to enhance video content.
  • Demonstrate knowl­edge of using still images to enhance video content.
  • Communicate with oth­ers (such as peers and clients) about design and con­tent plans.

Understanding the Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Interface

  • Identify ele­ments of the Adobe Première Pro interface.
  • Identify the func­tions of Adobe Première Pro inter­face elements.
  • Organize and cus­tomize the Adobe Première Pro workspace.

Editing a Video Sequence with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

  • Import media assets (video, image, and audio files).
  • Organize and man­age video clips in a sequence.
  • Trim clips.
  • Manage sound in a video sequence.
  • Manage super­im­posed text and shapes in a video sequence.
  • Add and man­age effects and tran­si­tions in a video sequence.

Exporting Video with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

  • Demonstrate knowl­edge of export options for video.
  • Demonstrate knowl­edge of how to export video from Adobe Première Pro.