Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the leading video editing softwares. In this introductory class you’ll learn foundational and technical knowledge to begin editing your video projects. We’ll learn basic setup and how to navigate the user interface, import media files, edit clips, work with audio, and create titles. We will have practice footage to work with, and laptops with the latest version of Premiere Pro CC—so no need to bring personal footage or equipment. Previous experience with Premiere Pro is not necessary, but a proficiency in computer skills is necessary.
Onel Mulet currently works on the broadcast team and in the marketing department at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY where he coaches grad students on Premier Pro, Pro Tools, Adobe audition, studio and field recording techniques. As part of the broadcast team he works in the studio as an audio engineer. Onel also produces, edits as well as doing sound design audio editing and mixing for the schools marketing department.
In addition to his work at CUNY Onel is a media professor for the nonprofit Brooklyn Free Speech where he taught Spanish and English language courses in digital photography, stop motion animation, Adobe Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Audition, TV studio production, and audio in the field. He also works for BRIC TV as an audio engineer on the weekly show BSide.