Still recovering from a blown mind. The majority of this The Video Course tutorial is inside After Effects. The host, Kevin Anson, walks through the entire process of designing and animating a lower third that can be reused in Premiere Pro to reveal your text. This is not a Dynamic Link workflow or an AE Template. This lower third is rendered out of After Effects as a standalone asset. Kevin generously provides the project file for free below.
DOWNLOAD THE LOWER THIRDS FOR FREE HERE: http://thevideocourse.com/download-the-magical-lower-third-for-premiere/ —The Video Course
Ian Sans is the dynamic front man of Learn How To Edit Stuff. This Premiere Pro tutorial isn't so much about making the text pop so much as it is about making the dialogue pop by adding onscreen text word-by-word. Just like a typography video. Watch Ian's method of duplicating the text layer in the timeline, one track per line of text, and then revealing individual words with the crop effect.
In this video, learn how to make text pop on screen while someone is talking word for word ... or something like that. —Learn How To Edit Stuff
One of the coolest things about Premiere Pro is the many features implemented at the request of feature film editors. In this video, Colin Smith of VideoRevealed talks about a particular feature requested by film editor, Angus Wall (Panic Room, the Social Network). In Premiere Pro, the feature is called "Insert and overwrite sequences as nests or individual clips" and is located in the top right of the Timeline panel, below the timecode. However, many Premiere Pro trainers often refer to this feature as the "nest or not" button. Watch the video to see how it works!
Angus Wall is an Oscar winning director and he helped to shape Premiere Pro into a powerful feature film editing program. This tutorial shows one of the many features that he requested. —VideoRevealed
In this "Ask Larry Anything" webinar, Larry Jordan answers how to create a multi-camera sequence in Premiere Pro using clips that are 4K and 1080p. The trick is to create a multi-camera sequence in 4K, and then edit it into a 1080p sequence. Watch the video as Larry guides you through the process of creating the milt-camera sequence, and editing it into the timeline.
Track targeting explained! —Jason Boone
YouTuber, Chinfat, has been busy publishing episodes to his Premiere Pro CC 2017 Tutorials playlist. At the time of this writing, he has 11 episodes. These tutorials range from preferences and settings to panel-specific features. Chinfat's tutorials are very thorough; Premiere Pro CC 2017 users will greatly benefit from his knowledgable insights.
In this quick video tutorial, Jason Boone gives an overview of source patching in Premiere Pro. Not to be confused with track targeting, source patching, or "Source Assignments" has to do with inserting or overwriting media from the Source panel into the Timeline.
Source patching explained... —Jason Boone
In this VideoRevealed tutorial, Colin Smith explains the difference between closed captioning and open captions, and how to create open captions in Premiere Pro CC. Colin also explains how to convert a closed captions file into open captions and the reasoning why it can't be converted back. Follow along with Colin, and see how easy it is to customize the font, size and background of open captions in Premiere Pro CC.
Premiere Pro can help you create subtitles (also called Open Captions) directly inside the program or convert any Closed Caption file into a subtitle file! —VideoRevealed
This official Adobe Premiere Pro CC help page contains 5 videos that teach some of the fundamentals of video editing in Premiere Pro CC. Aimed at new video creators, an uncredited narrator covers the essentials, from importing footage to publishing a video to YouTube. Each video tutorial is approximately 2 minutes or less.
See how easy it is to import your footage, create a sequence, add a title, adjust audio levels, and export video in Adobe Premiere Pro. —Adobe
Learn the basics of Premiere Pro from one of the most advanced Premiere Pro trainers. Adobe Premiere Pro master trainer, Jeff Greenberg, published six new beginner tutorials on the official Adobe Premiere Pro CC help site. In these videos, which run between 4-10 minutes, Jeff covers everything from getting started to exporting and publishing your finished video. This series is an invaluable resource for anyone who wants to get started editing in Premiere Pro.
Edit like a pro, even if you’re not. In this video series, you’ll learn how to assemble a sequence in the Adobe Premiere Pro timeline, apply cool effects, improve the audio, brighten colors, and export your video. —Jeff Greenberg