In case you haven't picked up An Editor’s Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro, you can now check out a bunch of the book for free. This is the most detailed book on video editing that I've ever worked on, I literally wrote it to retrain my own staff. It is all about realistic workflows and maximizing the entire Production Premium Creative Suite.
Todd Kopriva of Adobe says:
“This book is an excellent resource for experienced editors to learn Adobe Premiere Pro. It begins from an assumption that you already know about video editing in general and only need to learn the details of the features and workflows specific to Adobe Premiere Pro and its companion applications.”
Here are two free chapters and two appendixes:
- The power is in the trim (PDF): details of basic editing and trimming functions, including ripple, roll, slip, and slide edits, as well as use of the Trim Monitor
- Working with Final Cut Pro (PDF): transferring projects and footage between Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro
- Working with Avid Media Composer (PDF): transferring projects and footage between Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro
- Importing media (HTML): several methods for importing media, as well as an introduction to integration with other applications in the Adobe Production Premium suite