All tagged 2016-48

Editors Retreat: (Free Webinar) 20 Premiere Pro Tips That Will Make You Cry

Editors Retreat Program Chair and Adobe Master Trainer, Jeff Greenberg, has a thing for making editors cry with game-changing Premiere Pro tips. Be part of this free Editors Retreat webinar with Jeff, and learn some insanely handy hidden features in Premiere Pro. Don't forget a box of tissues because Jeff's 20 Premiere Pro tips will make you emotional. Attendees will have the chance to win a Transition Pack 3 by

Join Editors Retreat Program Chair, Jeff I. Greenberg, to learn 20 Premiere Pro tips guaranteed to make your life easier and change your editing lifestyle. From organizational tips, workflow shortcuts and hidden features in Premiere Pro, there’s bound to be one or two that will stick with you forever. —Editors Retreat


Done With Dylan: Map Keyboard Shortcuts Visually in Adobe Premiere Pro

Hopefully you've feasted yours eyes on the new visual keyboard shortcut map in Premiere Pro CC 2017. Now it's time to learn how to use it! In this Done With Dylan video tutorial, Dylan Osborn explains the visual keyboard shortcut map, and shows how to map custom keyboard shortcuts... in three minutes!

Save time by mapping your keyboard shortcuts! In three minutes you'll learn how to use the new visual keyboard interface in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 and later. It's a big win for editors, and you can map different commands to the same key. BONUS: At the end there’s a list of 30 shortcuts worth mapping on your own keyboard! —Dylan Osborn


Justin Odisho: Light Leak Flash Transition Effect (How to) in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Light leaks are great way to stylize your video. They also work great as transitions, flashing the frame and concealing cuts. In this Premiere Pro tutorial, Justin Odisho will show you how blend modes are applied to light leak footage, and then placed above edit points to act as transitions.

In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 Tutorial, I will show you how to create a stylized light leak transition effect using light leak footage. —Justin Odisho


Mike Russell: How to Create a Simple Lower Third in Premiere Pro

Sometimes you just need a simple graphic in text in the bottom third of your video. Some might call this a simple lower third, and Mike Russell of Music Radio Creative shows you how to create one in this Premiere Pro tutorial. Watch Mike create a basic title using the Title Designer in Premiere Pro CC.

Adobe Premiere Pro has an easy method for included for creating great simple lower thirds in the font and style you want. Here's how to do it in a few minutes using a couple of video tracks and the title menu. —Mike Russell, Music Radio Creative


Miesner Media: Advanced Video Stabilization Tutorial with After Effects and Premiere Pro CC 2017

Warp Stabilizer is magic inside Premiere Pro CC. But sometimes it can't figure out the difference between the foreground and background. That's when you need the tried-and-true tracking and stabilization in After Effects CC. In this video tutorial, Miesner Media shows how to send a clip from Premiere Pro CC to After Effects CC via Dynamic Link for manual tracking and stabilization.

Ever have those shots that just need a little bit of love, but make warp stabalizer puke its guts out? Well today we dive into after effects to see how easy it can be to make it look like you know what you're doing with a camera! —Miesner Media


VideoRevealed: Export directly to Adobe Media Encoder from Adobe Audition

In this episode of VideoRevealed, Colin Smith walks through the workflow of exporting directly from Audition CC using Adobe Media Encoder. This is not just for audio; this is for exporting a video project. The workflow begins in Premiere Pro CC when a sequence is sent to Audition CC via Dynamic Link. (NOTE: Only video is Dynamically Linked.) Colin goes on to show the various settings and presets for exporting the audio mix and video using Adobe Media Encoder.

A complete workflow is available for final output directly to Media Encoder. The video is coming from Premiere Pro using Dynamic Link and the audio is in a multitrack project in Audition. NOTE: If you change the audio in Premiere Pro, you will need to send to Audition again as it will not update. —VideoRevealed


Casey Faris: How To Color Grade GoPro Hero 5 Footage - Tips on Protune Color Correction

Got yourself a GoPro HERO 5? Been playing around with the ProTune settings? Want to see how to color correct your GoPro HERO 5 footage in Premiere Pro CC? (Tired of the questions?) Watch, Casey Faris in this video tutorial as he gives a couple pointers on GoPro HERO 5 Protune settings and color correction tips in Premiere Pro CC.

Here are some tips on how to get nice colors in post with footage shot in Protune on Hero 5 Black, Hero 5 Session, Hero 4 and more! —Casey Faris


Sara Dietschy: Edit Video Faster | Best Adobe Premiere CC Keyboard Shortcuts

Follow YouTuber, Sara Dietschy, as she shares her custom Premiere Pro CC keyboard shortcuts. Sara claims she has the best custom keyboard shortcuts ever! To stake her claim, she has provided a link to download her keyboard shortcut layout. Sara also promotes her Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro CC for Beginners live stream, which airs 1PM EST, Saturday, December 3rd.

EDIT FASTER! I reveal my secret sauce Adobe Premiere Pro CC keyboard shortcuts! Share with someone to save them an hour of their life editing. —Sara Dietschy


Justin Odisho: How to Create Stop Motion Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

In this video tutorial, Justin Odisho shows how to make normal footage look like stop motion using the Posterize Time effect in Premiere Pro CC. It's a simple technique: just drag and drop. Watch how simple it is!

In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC Tutorial, I will show you how to create a stop motion like effect out of a normal speed video using the Posterize Time effect. —Justin Odisho