4 Little-Known Effects in Premiere Pro

4 Little-Known Effects in Premiere Pro

How to create a logo animation, background color ramp, liquid title transition, and lens distortion in Premiere Pro.

In this 4-in-1 tutorial, featuring Motion Array, you will be guided to four particularly helpful effects in Premiere Pro. In this post, we break down all four effects and draw out some helpful, practical uses for each one.

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Drop-Zone Editing in Premiere Pro

Drop-Zone Editing in Premiere Pro

Insert, Overwrite, Overlay, and Replace Clips in Premiere Pro with Program monitor Drop-Zones.

There's more than one way to do pretty much everything in Premiere Pro. Especially when it comes to editing clips to the Timeline. In this tutorial, featuring Colin Smith of VideoRevealed, you will learn how to Insert, Overwrite, Overlay, and Replace clips using the 'hidden' drop-zones in the Program monitor. 

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Add a Progress Bar and Segment Markers to Your Video in Premiere Pro

Add a Progress Bar and Segment Markers to Your Video in Premiere Pro

Onscreen navigations can help your viewers. But will it hurt your viewership?

Viewer attention is a big challenge for video creators. Especially when viewers are searching for specific information. One way to help your viewers is adding a burn-in progress bar and segment markers in your videos. In this tutorial, featuring a video by Chung Dha, you will learn how to create progress bars and segment markers in Premiere Pro.

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Krazy Kool Kaleidoscopes in Premiere Pro

Krazy Kool Kaleidoscopes in Premiere Pro

Learn how to create a kaleidoscope effect with the Mirror effect in Premiere Pro.

Mirror, mirror on the wall. What is the fairest NLE of all? Premiere Pro, of course! In this tutorial, Kyler Holland shows three examples of how to create a kaleidoscope with the multiple Mirror effects in Premiere Pro.

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Make the Most of Masks in Premiere Pro

Make the Most of Masks in Premiere Pro

How to Remove Objects and Make Isolated Adjustments with Masks in Premiere Pro.

From complex visual effects to simple fixes, masks are an essential part of video editing. In this tutorial, featuring a video by Jordan Dueck of Motion Array, you will learn four different ways to use masks in Premiere Pro.

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Adobe: Easily Create Title Designs in Premiere Pro

Adobe: Easily Create Title Designs in Premiere Pro

Design a title quickly in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. After placing text directly in the Program Monitor using the Type or Vertical Type tool, you can add a background shape, fine-tune the look of your layered graphics, and use master styles to apply a title design across your project. —Adobe

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