What websites, books, tutorials, and other resources have you found useful for learning to use Premiere Pro?
I want to make sure that we have a comprehensive list of good resources for Premiere Pro. See this page for a list of high-quality After Effects resources that I put together; I want something like this for Premiere Pro.
I'll start. In no particular order, here are some resources that I've found valuable:
Lynda.com's tutorials are fantastic and they even offer some sort of "official" Adobe certifications for the software upon completion of the courses... at least, they're touted as official Adobe certifications anyway...
I did ALL of Lynda's tutorials for CS3, some in CS4 and CS5, most of the beginner's tutorials for AE CS4, and most of the beginner and intermediate tutorials for Photoshop CS3, CS4 and CS5... excellent stuff!
> I see mention above of Lynda.com, but either missed Total Training, or perhaps they have merged?
I didn't mention Lynda.com.
And, no, Total Training and Lynda.com certainly haven't merged.
Total Training has some good Premiere Pro stuff, but it's not the first place that I'd point someone for Premiere Pro.
Total training has been around for a while and used to hold the "official adobe publisher" status. Not sure if they still do. I used them back in the cs2 days for the design suite. I have heard a lot of good with Lynda, but the adobe TV is cool too. I am a Scott Kelby fan and wish he would get into video training--then I would know it over night.
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