Registration is now open for the Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro class being offered by the NIH Library on September 23, 1–2 p.m. in the NIH Library Training Room and online. Adobe Premiere Pro is the leading video editing software for film, TV, and web.
In this one-hour introductory class, participants will learn how to use this powerful tool to edit videos during the post-production of video projects. This class will also provide an overview of basic concepts for working with videos, during which attendees will gain skills on how to import, export, and edit video and audio files.
Adobe Premiere Pro software is available for NIH staff to use in the NIH Library’s Technology Hub Collaboration Pods 1 and 2. The Technology Hub also features a Digital Production Studio which can be used to create and produce audio and video projects. The Digital Production Studio is equipped with a digital audio recorder, video camera, headphones, microphones, sound-proofing, green screen, and a lighting kit.
If you want to see the Digital Production Studio green screen in action, come to the NIH Library during the Research Festival on Wednesday, September 11, 12–4 p.m. While you are there, strike a pose in front of the portable green screen, see your image transported to a new location using tools from our Digital Production Studio, and leave with a digital souvenir. Then check out the gear, meet our staff, and learn how you can take your video and audio projects to the next level.
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