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Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book Paperback – 16 September 2015
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- ASIN : 0134309987
- Publisher : ADOBE PRESS; 1st edition (16 September 2015)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 480 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9780134309989
- ISBN-13 : 978-0134309989
- Dimensions : 1.91 x 18.42 x 22.23 cm
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I'm a fan of the "classroom in a book' series that Adobe do, and so far I've used 3 others to learn the respective apps in Creative Cloud. On a couple of occasions I've realised that the books aren't as up to date as my programs are, but that has not been a problem to learning them. Just a couple of workarounds needed.
My advice would be to follow the lessons very carefully, as anything you might miss or not do correctly at the time will lead to errors later, and maybe some 'scratchy head' thinking.
This book tends to be a lot more verbose than others in the series,and at times I've forgotten what the purpose of the chapter was, as the author tends to offer a lot more alternative information. But I'm learning well with it, a lot more than just sticking clips in sequence with a cross fade here and there. With this book I feel like I'm making a movie sequence.
But my advice would be to get the latest version of the book you can, and even then it may not have caught up with the Adobe updates that your subscription to Creative Cloud gives you. I'm not sure there is a workaround to this, other than waiting for,say, a 2016 release.