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tutvid: How to Export The Best HD Video for YouTube

In this Premiere Pro tutorial, we’ll cover a fundamental aspect of a lot of video editing projects today: How to Upload High Quality Video to YouTube. I’ll break down the Export dialog box and show you how to choose a format, save a preset, choose audio settings, CBR or VBR?, and a number of factors that go into making your video look good while compressing to a reasonable file size. —tutvid

tutvid: 3 Amazing Ways to Create Rolling Credits in Premiere Pro

In this Premiere Pro Video Editing tutorial, we will learn to create really nice looking scrolling credits for the end of your video project. Learn to use the Text tool in Premiere Pro and build a totally custom bit of credits, use Photoshop and export a PNG and animate that manually, and also how to use the default credits packages included with the new Essential Graphics panel in Premiere Pro CC. —tutvid

tutvid: 5 Hidden Tips & Tricks in Premiere Pro

In this Premiere Pro tutorial, we’ll take a look at some cool stuff you can do with the interface in Premiere Pro, some snapping tricks for aligning text and graphics, changing the anchor point to completely change the animation, using the audio mixer to apply effects to an entire track, touch on the what, why, and how of submixes, setting default transitions, and the incredible power of Smart Rendering and you will see how much time this will save you if you can work it into your workflow. —tutvid

tutvid: Light Trails Echo Effect in Premiere Pro

In this Premiere Pro tutorial, we will create cool long trailing lights that will add a nice touch to any high contrast video clip. In my case I used a clip of some traffic driving down a highway and you will see how the Echo effect in Premiere can really serve to stretch out a clip and add a trippy motion blurred type of effect to the head and tail lights of these cars. The effect has so many uses! —tutvid

tutvid: 17 Power Tips, Tricks, & Hacks for Premiere Pro

In this Premiere Pro tutorial, we’ll take a dive into a number of video editing features such as a full screen edit preview, a quick text title, exporting while editing, trimming with hotkeys, quick ripple deleting, merging a cut clip together again, selecting multiple cuts and sliding clips, adding motion blur to animation, precise easing for better and smoother animation, adjustment layers, pasting or removing effects in bulk, and more! If you use Premiere, whether advanced or beginner users, you’ll probably pick up some tips or tricks in this video! —tutvid

tutvid: Arrow Swipe Transition in Premiere Pro

In this Premiere Pro video editing tutorial, we’ll use the shape tools in Premiere to create a stack of chevron arrows and then we’ll animate a simple pass across the face of the video and use easing to offset the arrows and allow this effect to bounce and slam across the video and then we’ll use one of the animated squares to mask the back end of this animation away and complete the way the effect looks. —tutvid

tutvid: Parallel Rotation Effect in Premiere Pro

In this Premiere Pro tutorial, we’ll build out a parallel animated effect that looks great on any video clip. I’ll use a replicate effect to duplicate the video, use a few mirror effects to build this out and make it perfect. I’ll then use a transform effect to create a swinging, eased animation that makes for a pretty cool and very trippy effect. —tutvid