All tagged Peter McKinnon
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.
In this 2-Minute Tuesday tutorial, Peter McKinnon shares two tips for speeding up your editing workflow in Premiere Pro. First he shows how to change the timeline preference from Page Scroll to Smooth Scroll. Then, he shows how to organize clips and bins by color coding them with Labels.
In this tutorial, Peter McKinnon shows how to automatically add clips to the beat of a music track with markers using Automate to Sequence in Premiere Pro.
The popular GLITCH EFFECT with Adobe Premier Pro. This is how to do it without using ANY plugins and have it done in less than 2 minutes. Also works great for a transition! —Peter McKinnon
Ever wondered how to multiply yourself in photoshop or premiere pro? Learn how to clone yourself in video and photos with this tutorial! —Peter McKinnon
Today we are talking SLOW MOTION! How to shoot slow motion, what frame rates are, how frame rates are used to achieve slow motion and how we can get nice slow footage even without cameras that shoot high speed! Premiere Pro has some amazing features to 'hack' slow motion and sort of fake it, to get a similar result to cameras that actually shoot high speed (slow motion). —Peter McKinnon
Whats up guys! Today, were covering PART 1 of a little series I want to do on transitions. How they are important, how they improve your films AND how they could make your films worse if you use them wrong. There are SO many ways to transition between clips. Zoom transition, Spin transition (those are coming up and are a little more advanced) but today specifically, were learning Frame Blocking and masking within Premiere Pro. —Peter McKinnon
We've all seen the "Cinematic Look" or the "Hollywood Look" tutorial before, right? Well, Peter McKinnon shows you how in a way that is thorough, yet simple and easy to follow. Using the Lumetri Color panel in Premiere Pro. Peter walks through his simple process of adding more drama to his shots with a couple easy slider moves.
Learn how to create more cinematic / Hollywood looking footage with some easy tips on colour correction and a little bit of sound design. This tutorial outlines some basics in colour grading within Premiere Pro without having to use third party plug-ins. —Peter McKinnon