Learn how to create those epic camera whip and pan transitions with a little bit of shot planning and Time remapping speed keyframes in premiere Pro to take the viewers eyes on an exciting rollercoaster ride! —Justin Odisho
Just wanted to share this with my subscriber-base. Hope at least some of you find it useful :) —Sam Sheffer
Another installment of episodes from Chinfat's new series on Premiere Pro CC 2018. In these five tutorials, Chinfat covers native effects (position, scale, opacity, etc.), animation and keyframing, Ken Burns effect, speed and duration, and time remapping. Stay tuned for more Chinfat episodes!
In this tutorial, Kyler Holland demonstrates how to create smooth speed ramps in Premiere Pro. This is done with clip Time Remapping in the Timeline.
Ben Hagarty has this specific way that he does speed ramping/time remaapping, that I've been copying for the last 2 years. —Olufemii Tutorials
EASY Speed Ramping Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro CC! —CasualSavage
In this video I show you how to do a super smooth zoom effect that i've seen quite a bit in Jon Olsson's vlogs! I think it looks super clean, and its super easy to do as well. Watch the tutorial and find out! —Marc Webster
In this video we explore how to create better flow in your videos using Speed Ramping! Speed Ramping in Premiere Pro is a useful skill to be able to do effectively because it can add cohesion to your overall project. By speed ramping up near the end of a clip and ramping down from fast to slow in the following clip can create a pseudo-transition that creates better flow without a distracting or flashy effect. —Motion Array
Time-remapping allows you to vary the speed of your clips with the use of keyframes.This gives you more control over how the speed changes from normal to slow or fast. —Jobert Monteras, Pond5
In this Premiere Pro video editing tutorial, we will breakdown using time remapping, creating a reverse stutter effect, a high-speed stutter effect, a duplicate jump cut effect, and a cool trick for slowing down footage to create slomo footage even if you only shot your video in 24fps or 30fps. —tutvid