All tagged Master Clip Effects
Watch Peter McKinnon's "Amalgamation" of Premiere Pro Tips.
In this tutorial, Peter McKinnon shares his "highly anticipated" top 10 Premiere Pro tips he's collected over the years. We've broken out each tip into its own segment so you can get the most out of Peter’s tips and his McKinnonisms.
Learn 5 (more) simple and fast Color Grading Hacks for more cinematic video. Use these easy tips and tricks for a faster color grading workflow. —Cinecom.net
Make your edits faster and more efficiently. In this short video, I’ll show you 7 quick tips that can speed up your workflow. How many of these tricks do you know already? Let us know and leave the comment with your favorite quick tip! —Piotr Toczyński
In this 3-part series, Principal Creative Cloud Evangelist, Jason Levine, teaches the fundamentals of color in Premiere Pro.
In this lesson, I show you a completed project of mine, and give you a SUPER PRO TIP for saving time while editing in Adobe Premiere! —Learn How To Edit Stuff
Shortcuts, fixes, and just general goooooood stuff. Lets get it! —Cody Groom
In today's video we explore 5 tips to help you edit better in Premiere Pro. These 5 tips are incredibly simple to apply and here they are: 1. Using Master Clips 2. Reserved Ram 3. Target Tracks 4. Favorite Text 5. Saved Star Symbol. —Motion Array
In this Premiere Pro video editing tutorial, we will take a look at how you can update and add effects to multiple clips in Premiere very easily. This technique is particularly useful when you use three-point editing. You can add clips and build out your edit and then do color grading with Lumetri Color by using Master clip effects instead of targeting every single little clip you’ve cut into the project. I hope you enjoy this tutorial and that it saves you many hours of editing in Premiere Pro. —tutvid
Here is a quick tutorial showing how to quickly apply effects to multiple clips taken from the same video file. This saves time and also avoids mistakes when applying effects in Adobe Premiere Pro. —Tom Antos
Nick Bergthold of Fine Brothers Entertainment shares how he and his team tackle efficiency when creating timely content. —Adobe
These 5 essential Premiere Pro effects are a must know for every advanced editor. Take your edits to the next creative level. —Cinecom.net
Karl Soule joined us and went in-depth into the features of the Lumetri Color Panel within Premiere. —LACPUG
Karl also covered:
- Introduction to the Lumetri panel.
- Using secondaries.
- Setting up a Tangent Element hard surface control in Premiere.
- Use of adjustment layers to manage color on a scene level
- Use of Master Clip Effects
- Masking/tracking in Premiere
- Use of LUTs and Libraries.
- Exporting color as Premiere presets or generic LUTs for use in other tools.
- Using LUTs in Media Encoder for dailies and proxies.