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free videos from Premiere Pro CS6 for Avid and Final Cut Pro Editors, by video2brain

There are a lot of good resources for editors who are familiar with Final Cut Pro and Avid who want to learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro.

If you’re looking for video training on this subject, I recommend Maxim Jago’s Premiere Pro CS6 for Avid and Final Cut Pro Editors, from video2brain.

You don’t need to take my word for how good this video series is; the fine folks at video2brain have made some videos available as free samples:

Maxim also recorded a full training course for Premiere Pro CS6, which I recommend for beginning and intermediate users, as well as a shorter introductory series for beginners.

If you’re looking for more materials about making the transition from another NLE to Premiere Pro, then you should definitely check out the resources here.


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