I believe that only after you learn the fundamentals should you start specializing. If all a basketball player practices is a spinning, reverse, wrong-handed flip shot, he'll make no more than a bucket a game. Not many opportunities for that shot arise.
By now, given enough practice, you may have mastered straightforward Premiere techniques, such as cuts-only editing (including matching edits, wide/tight shots, and avoiding jump cuts) as well as standard transitions, with all their options, and straight-up audio editing and text creation.
That being the case, this hour will ramp up those fundamental techniques a bit. I'll show you some other ways to manipulate clips, go over some standard professional editing techniques, explain some higher-end transitions, present an automated means to add music, and show you how to make a quick music video.
The highlights of this hour include the following:
Playing clips backward, adjusting their speed, and creating still frames
Rolling, slip, and slide edits
Using special transitions, including masks and QuickTime, and stringing together multiple transitions
Adding music to your projects
Setting timeline markers and making an automated music video