All in Tutorials

Open Multiple Clips and Sequences in the Source Monitor in Premiere Pro

How the Source Monitor Can Speed Up Your Premiere Pro Workflow, Pancake Timeline and Storyboard Editing

The Source monitor is the primary panel where many editors preview their footage and make their first editing decisions. The ability to open multiple clips and sequences in the Source monitor can speed up your editing workflow. Here are several tips for working with the Source monitor in Premiere Pro.

Premiere Pro Instatorials (Instagram Tutorials)

Create Engaging Premiere Pro Tutorials with Instagram's Bulk Upload Feature

Do you make Premiere Pro tutorials? Looking for new ways to use social media to educate your followers? Thanks to Instagram's new multiple upload feature, there's another way to create engaging Premiere Pro tutorials: Instatorials

Lumetri Color Panel Tutorials

The Best Lumetri Color Panel Tutorials, Broken Down By Menu, Slider, And Curve

This comprehensive post on the Lumetri Color panel provides an in-depth look at each of it's controls, as seen in tutorials by colorists and Premiere Pro experts. With the power of YouTube embedding to customize start and end times, the following videos have been carefully modified to show a specific Lumetri Color panel feature. The order of these YouTube segments mimics the layout of the Lumetri Color panel. So it's easy to find the slider or curve you want to learn and watch a tutorial specific to that control.

Editing Vertical iPhone Video

Creative Ways To Make Vertical IPhone Video Landscape In Premiere Pro

It will happen. If you are a video editor for any considerable amount of time, sooner or later, you will be asked to edit vertical iPhone video. Here are a few creative ways of converting 1080x1920 (9:16) video to landscape in Premiere Pro.