All tagged 2016-47 Impact Dissolve - In-Depth-Video Tutorial has launched a new "In-Depth-Video" tutorial series. In this debut tutorial, examines the default Cross Dissolve transition in Premiere Pro CC. Using the Lumetri waveform scope, they show a significant jump from zero percent opacity to the next frame. In other words, the Cross Dissolve transition starts and ends abruptly. then compares their free Impact Dissolve transition for Premiere Pro CC. It uses a linear curve, making it a much smoother dissolve.

This episode we’ll be talking about the Mother of all video transitions: The Dissolve. The default cross dissolve built into Premiere Pro has an issue that becomes visible in certain situations. To overcome this, we’ve built a new tool for you to use. —

Source: Premiere Pro CC 2017 New Features

For every release of Premiere Pro CC, publishes a video summary of the new features, giving special attention to the little details that don't receive much publicity. So in case you missed what's new in Premiere Pro CC 2017, or you if you want a deeper look at the smaller improvements in the release, watch this video!

In this video, we explore some of the new features in the Creative Cloud 2017 release of Premiere Pro. As usual, we try to focus on some of the smaller features of the release, in addition to the features that have already been getting coverage. —



Screenlight: Top Tips & Tools from Adobe MAX 2016

Kelsey Brannan shares some tips and tools from Adobe MAX 2016 in this Screenlight blog post. Hear from top Adobe Premiere Pro trainers like Jarle Leirpoll, Luisa Winters and Jeff Greenberg, as they share some of their favorite Premiere Pro tips.

While at #AdobeMax Nov 2 through 4 in San Diego, CA I had the pleasure of speaking with several trainers and Adobe evangelists about their favorite Adobe video & audio tools. Here is a recap of what I learned from them. —Kelsey Brannan, Screenlight Blog


Screenlight: Customizing the Hell out of Premiere Pro

If you're interested in personalizing Premiere Pro CC and want tips on what to customize; you need to read this Screenlight blog post. Learn from certified Adobe Premiere Pro trainer, Jason Cox, who goes over most of the customizable functionality in Premiere Pro CC. For example, Jason teaches track height presets, Source panel presets, keyboard shortcuts, and much more! It's important to be aware of these custom options because they will likely increase the speed and efficiency of your editing workflow in Premiere Pro CC. 

In this post, I wanted to tackle many (but not all) of the ways you can tweak Premiere, ranging from some of the more obvious (Sequence presets) to some of the more obscure (Source Panel presets). —Jason Cox, Screenlight Blog


Mike Russell: How to Make Adobe Premiere Pro Video Audio Sound Better

Improve the audio in your Premiere Pro CC project by using Dynamic Link with Audition CC. Mike Russell of Music Radio Creative walks through the steps of sending audio in a Premiere Pro CC sequence to Audition CC using Dynamic Link. Once in Audition CC, Mike demonstrates the power of Match Loudness to make the levels of clips more even. Then he shows how to add crossfades and EQ before sending the audio back to Premiere Pro CC.

It's so easy to make Adobe Premiere Pro audio from video sound better. Using Dynamic Link and the Creative Cloud audio software Adobe Audition you'll breeze through the creation of enhanced audio! —Mike Russell, Music Radio Creative


VideoRevealed: Creating subtitles (Open Captions) in Adobe Premiere Pro

In this VideoRevealed tutorial, Colin Smith explains the difference between closed captioning and open captions, and how to create open captions in Premiere Pro CC. Colin also explains how to convert a closed captions file into open captions and the reasoning why it can't be converted back. Follow along with Colin, and see how easy it is to customize the font, size and background of open captions in Premiere Pro CC.

Premiere Pro can help you create subtitles (also called Open Captions) directly inside the program or convert any Closed Caption file into a subtitle file! —VideoRevealed