All tagged Tracking

Pond5: How to Create and Track Masks in Adobe Premiere Pro

Blurring out a logo or face, vignetting, replacing a screen, or even moving an object with your mind are all just a tiny sliver of the visual effects that can be done with simple masking in Adobe Premiere Pro. Once you start to realize just how much you can do with masks, including moving or “tracking” them over time, you start to see your project in a new way and can add a lot of production value to your videos. Here’s how to get started. —Ryan McAfreePond5

Jordan Dueck: 1 Simple Trick To Make Your Subjects Stand Out in Premiere Pro

Want your subjects to stand out more? It's easy! In Premiere pro it's easy to isolate your character's face or entire figure with a simple mask. The best part is that Premiere Pro is able to recognize movement in the scene and adjust so that the changes are subtle. Making your subject stand out is quick and easy, so let's dive into Premiere Pro and check out how to get this effect! —Jordan Dueck

Prolost: How Premiere Pro Could be Great at Color

Adobe Premiere Pro has been aggressively pursuing the creative editorial market at all levels, from feature films to YouTube... Part of Premiere’s ascendancy has included folding in the color features of SpeedGrade, exactly as I advised back in 2011. The result, the Lumetri color panel, is a perfectly serviceable color corrector... There are actually quite a few things that Premiere could do to be amazing at color that have nothing to do with Lumetri. —Prolost