Speed up the way you speed up (or slow down) your clips in Premiere Pro. In this Premiumbeat blog post, Michael Maher shares some handy Premiere Pro time-remapping keyboard shortcuts that he picked up from trainer Luisa Winters at Adobe Video World 2016. The funny thing about this post is these shortcuts all have to do with using the mouse!
Speed up your footage and workflow with these powerful and simple Premiere Pro time-remapping keyboard shortcuts. —Michael Maher, Premiumbeat Blog
Premiere Pro trainer Jason Cox makes another appearance on the Screenlight blog. This time he shows how to do keyframe interpolation in Premiere Pro. In short, interpolation controls the animation between two keyframes. Keyframe interpolation is important because it will help your animation appear smooth and more natural. To learn more, visit: Controlling Effect Changes Using Keyframe Interpolation in Premiere Pro.
Changing keyframe interpolation is all about changing how a clip gets from value A to value B - that is, how fast and what path it takes to get there. —Jason Cox, Screenlight Blog
A method for highlighting / colouring certain words in Premiere Pro using Live Text templates from After Effects. Very useful for the current trend seen in Facebook feeds where subtitles, or overlaid text, is required to attract attention. —Jamie Brightmore
In this Premiere Pro tutorial, Kelsey Brannan a.k.a. Premiere Gal shows how to turn video into film using FilmConvert, an effect plugin that allows you to add film color and grain to your footage in a few clicks. Watch the video to get a discount code for 10% off FilmConvert. Thanks Premiere Gal!
Did you find the 10% off promo code for FilmConvert in the video? Learn more about FilmConvert & film looks at http://filmconvert.com Don't forget to download your FilmConvert Camera Profile: http://filmconvert.com/download/camera-profile. —Premiere Gal
Have you ever gotten stumped trying to add Warp Stabilizer to a clip that you've slowed down? In this Premiere Pro tutorial NorthFern Productions shares how to add Warp Stabilizer to clips with speed adjustments.
This video shows you how to use both the warp stabilizer effect and the speed effect in adobe premiere pro CC. —NorthFern Productions
In this video, Tyler of Motion Array teaches how to create an old film look using only native Premiere Pro effects. Better still, all the effects are applied to one layer, allowing you to save this look as a preset in the Effects panel. This tutorial covers all the characteristics of old film: from sepia tone to scratches, flicker and noise, all in Premiere Pro.
In this Premiere Pro tutorial, you'll learn how to create a cool, stylized old film look inside of Adobe Premiere Pro. The best part of this tutorial is that the entire look is created on a single video track, so you can easily save out an old film preset to use in your future videos. —Tyler Williams