Celebrate Easter and April Fools with these 5 Premiere Pro Features.
To celebrate the fact that Easter lands on April Fools this year, we've compiled a special list of Easter eggs and practical jokes in Premiere Pro. We will deny any involvement if you get busted for these pranks.
Tips for Creating and Exporting Stock Footage in Premiere Pro.
Passive income. It’s what we all want. Have you considered earning money selling stock video? In this post, we will look at several tips for shooting and editing high-quality stock video. We’ll dive into Premiere Pro and learn the important settings for creating sequences and exporting clips that meet stock video requirements. There are also some suggestions for de-noising, color grading, and stabilizing footage before selling as stock video.
A Guide for Choosing the Right Music and Editing it in Premiere Pro.
It takes an experienced ear to “feel” the rhythm in a song and edit it to the pace of your story. This post will help you develop an ear for choosing the right music and making it fit your video. Let’s take a look at some tips and tools for editing music in Premiere Pro.
Use Overlays to Display Clip and Sequence Metadata on the Monitors in Premiere Pro
Overlays in Premiere Pro are extremely handy for viewing clip and sequence metadata directly in the monitors. They show valuable information about the frame at the current playhead position. If you are meticulous about media management, metadata, and markers, then overlays are your reward. Let's take a look at how Overlays work in Premiere Pro, including several specific ways they can help your editing workflow.