Learn how to create Peter Mckinnon time travel effect that he used in his latest vlog. —Ankit Bhatia
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In this tutorial we learn how to highlight objects in your video in Premiere Pro. This is a very useful technique that can be used in a variety of circumstances. It allows you to be able to know where your audience is focusing by directing their attention to that spot. The best part is that its incredibly easy to achieve. —Motion Array
Get yo music videos turnt with these 4 effects from Chrystopher Rhodes of YCImaging. No plugins are required, and they can all be done in any editing program. But, of course, they're demonstrated here in Premiere Pro. Each of Chrystopher's effects begin with duplicating the clip above itself in the timeline. The first effect, "ghosting", begins at 0:33, and is done by lowering the opacity of the duplicated clip and changing it's speed. Second, at 3:13, the "screenshot flash" is ghosting but with a freeze frame. At 4:51 Chrystopher demos another variation of ghosting, this time adding a quick zoom in and out. And finally, at 7:13 the "zoom feather" uses a mask to scale up an area of the frame. If you're a music video editor, this tutorial is a must see.
4 of my favorite music video effects and how to do them! Works in ALL PROGRAMS —YCImaging
In this video tutorial, Justin Odisho shows how to overlay stacked clips in a sequence using blend modes in Premiere Pro CC. Blend modes are a fantastic way to add intense visual effects to your video; experimenting with them can unlock some very creative looks. Justin's video is an excellent introduction to using blend modes to spice up your edit.
In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 tutorial, I will show you how to combine and blend multiple clips using blending modes and opacity. This will allow you to overlay clips on top of each other to create interesting video effects! —Justin Odisho