New Vector Motion Effect in Premiere Pro CC 2019

New Vector Motion Effect in Premiere Pro CC 2019

New Vector Motion Effect in Premiere Pro Keeps Your Graphics Sharp, Crisp, and Boundary Free.

Learn how to prevent unwanted pixelation and cropping on your titles and graphics with the new Vector Motion effect in Premiere Pro CC 2019.

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Add a Progress Bar and Segment Markers to Your Video in Premiere Pro

Add a Progress Bar and Segment Markers to Your Video in Premiere Pro

Onscreen navigations can help your viewers. But will it hurt your viewership?

Viewer attention is a big challenge for video creators. Especially when viewers are searching for specific information. One way to help your viewers is adding a burn-in progress bar and segment markers in your videos. In this tutorial, featuring a video by Chung Dha, you will learn how to create progress bars and segment markers in Premiere Pro.

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Adobe: Easily Create Title Designs in Premiere Pro

Adobe: Easily Create Title Designs in Premiere Pro

Design a title quickly in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. After placing text directly in the Program Monitor using the Type or Vertical Type tool, you can add a background shape, fine-tune the look of your layered graphics, and use master styles to apply a title design across your project. —Adobe

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VideoRevealed: Film Style Rolling Credits Using Premiere Pro CC Motion Graphics Templates

VideoRevealed: Film Style Rolling Credits Using Premiere Pro CC Motion Graphics Templates

Creative film style rolling credits using Premiere Pro CC Motion Graphics Templates This tutorial is a very comprehensive tutorial on creating rolling credits (titles) using Motion Graphics Templates. It demonstrates how to add logos and set type correctly. It also shows how to add speed changes to the titles right inside the Timeline. —VideoRevealed

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Chung Dha: Smooth Text Reveal in Premiere Pro

Chung Dha: Smooth Text Reveal in Premiere Pro

In this tutorial video I am teaching you how to do a Smooth Text reveal with the new Adobe Premiere Pro CC Text tool, smoothing the movements with bezier and also using directional blur to add motion blur to the moving text, but without making multiple layers of text and keep it als in one single graphics clip, keeping the timeline nice and tidy. —Chung Dha

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