All tagged 2016-33

Swiss Army Man: How Adobe Creative Cloud Served as an All-Purpose Post Tool

Read how Premiere Pro and the suite of Adobe Creative Cloud apps were used to edit Swiss Army Man. This Creative Planet Network article by Oliver Peters interviews editor Matthew Hannam who describes his transition to Premiere Pro for the editing of Swiss Army Man, and some of the benefits that came with it.

That’s also the beauty of working with Premiere Pro: there’s a seamless integration with After Effects. What’s amazing about Premiere is the quality of the built-in effects. You get effects that are actually useful in telling the story. I used the warp stabilizer and timewarp a lot. -Matthew Hannam

How to Use Pan and Zoom Plugin in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

In this tutorial Kelsey Brannan a.k.a. Premiere Gal demonstrates Pan and Zoom, a free plugin from FxFactory for Premiere Pro. "Create the photo animation style made popular by Ken Burns. Achieve stunning results without a single keyframe."

Want to create simple, yet dynamic Pan & Zoom effects in Adobe Premiere Pro without relying on key frame animation? Then Pan & Zoom plugin by FxFactory is for you! —Premiere Gal