Week in Premiere 6/10/16
This Week in Premiere Pro:
- Mocha Pro 5 Plugin for Premiere Pro
- Custom Keyboard Shortcuts
- Lumetri Color Grading Tutorial
- RGB Effect in Premiere Pro
This Week in Premiere is under construction and has been posted "as is". It does not include the full Premiere Bro commentary. Please check back next Wednesday for the complete post. (Premiere Bro is on vacation!) Apologies for any inconvenience!
Premiere Pro News
The new release of Mocha Pro 5 features an exciting new plugin option for Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro CC. This gives editors the tools for planar tracking, masking, and object removal without having to leave Premiere Pro. Mocha Pro 5 also adds GPU acceleration, making Mocha's planar tracking even more streamlined. Click the link below to go to the Imagineer Systems website for the complete list of Mocha Pro 5 features and bug fixes.
Premiere Pro Puns
Funny stuff from the Premiere Pro community...
Premiere Pro Tips
Seth Evans shared this tip on how to extend marker durations by Opt+click and dragging. You can also modify duration in the marker inspector window.
In case you were wondering how Premiere Pro uses multi GPUs...
Scott Simmons enlightened us with this Premiere Pro tip: the Info panel displays the total duration of multiple selected items in the Project or Timeline panels.
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Premiere Pro Tutorials
In this tutorial, Stan Arthur demonstrates color grading in the Lumetri color panel. Stan's unique method in this tutorial is using the Lumetri "Kodak 5205 Fuji 3510 (Adobe)" creative LUT as a finishing grade. Even at 40% intensity, this LUT gives the image more contrast and a much richer look. Check out Stan's previous Lumetri color tutorial featuring the RGB curves: Premiere Pro CC Lumetri Color Panel: Basic Color Correction Using Curves.
Motion Array, a stock library company, shared how to create a separate RGB effect using native Premiere Pro effects. Follow along with Motion Array co-founder, Tyler, as he shows how to use the "Color Balance (RGB)" effect on duplicate clips to create this awesome distortion effect. This is an easy way to add spice to your edit and is excellent alternative to purchasing 3rd party separate RGB effects.
Master trainer Larry Jordan shared this excerpt from a larger tutorial on Masks in Premiere Pro CC and Final Cut Pro X. In this segment he shows how to restrict the area affected by a chroma key effect by using an Opacity mask. This type of mask is sometimes called a garbage matte and it serves two purposes: it removes any unwanted objects in the frame (lights, rigging, stand-ins, etc.) and it eliminates any lighting inconsistency or falloff on your green screen, making for a much stronger key.
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