All tagged 2016-49

Editors Retreat: Premiere Bro, Sean Schools, Speaks About His Experience at Editors Retreat 2016

If you've been a good Premiere Pro user, ask Santa for a little extra cash this Christmas to help you get to Nashville, Tennessee for Editors Retreat 2017. January 18th will be here before you know it, so now is the time to plan your trip. Need a little convincing? Watch the video and hear why yours truly highly recommends Editors Retreat! Use code PBRO17 to get $100 off your registration.

Sean Schools (aka Premiere Bro), speaks about his experience at Editors Retreat 2016. A five-day event offering innovative training for experienced TV, film and video editors. This event allows you to learn from and form friendships with established post-production veterans. —Editors Retreat


Chinfat: Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 Tutorials

YouTuber, Chinfat, has been busy publishing episodes to his Premiere Pro CC 2017 Tutorials playlist. At the time of this writing, he has 11 episodes. These tutorials range from preferences and settings to panel-specific features. Chinfat's tutorials are very thorough; Premiere Pro CC 2017 users will greatly benefit from his knowledgable insights.


Premiumbeat: How to Create Export Presets in Premiere Pro

Having to constantly customize export settings in Premiere Pro can get annoying. Especially when you're exporting version after version with the same settings. Why not make a preset instead? In this Premiumbeat blog post, Jason Boone shows how to create presets from commonly used export settings in Premiere Pro.

Streamline your video editing workflow by creating custom export presets in Premiere Pro. It only takes three simple steps! —Jason Boone, Premiumbeat Blog

CasualSavage: Hollywood Film Look in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Fan of the "Hollywood" look? Watch how YouTuber, Casual Savage creates his version of the Hollywood cinematic look in Premiere Pro. First, he applies the "Cinespace 50" Lumetri preset. Interestingly enough, Casual Savage uses the Fast Color Corrector for the actual color correction. 

How To: Hollywood Film Look in Adobe Premiere Pro CC! In this video, I will be showing you how to create Hollywood film look in Premiere Pro CC. If you want to apply this effect to more than one clip, I recommend creating an adjustment layer and adding on all of the effects to that. —Casual Savage


Justin Odisho: How to Reverse a Clip Speed & Create Time Stutter Effects in Premiere Pro

Ever wish you could go back in time? In Premiere Pro you can. And that's a terrible intro to this great tutorial by Justin Odisho. Watch how he creates "time stutter effects" in Premiere Pro by reversing the speed of a clip.

In this Adobe Premiere pro CC 2017 Tutorial, I will show you how to reverse a clip speed to get it to play backwards, and also how to create back and forth time stutter rewind effect to stylize your video projects. —Justin Odisho


Adobe: Documentary Now - A New Twist on Classic Documentaries

From the Adobe Creative Cloud blog and YouTube channel comes this look at how the post-production team of IFC's Documentary Now!, starring Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and Set Meyers, uses Creative Cloud to produce documentary parodies. The blog post, written by Meagan Keane, specifically mentions the Lumetri Color panel in Premiere Pro, "The team works with adjustment layers in Premiere Pro, specifically the Lumetri color tools and grain overlays to achieve many of the desired effects." 

See how the team behind the comedy series "Documentary Now!" uses Adobe Creative Cloud to bring a different approach to documentary filmmaking. —Adobe