Week in Premiere 8/3/18

Premiere Pro Week in Review:

  • Editing Wiz Khalifa's Vlogs in Premiere Pro
  • New "Shifter" Transitions, Caption Burner, and Loudness Radar
  • Making the Most of Masks in Premiere Pro
  • Adobe Reveals New LA Office

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Premiere Pro News

Lights, Camera, Action: Adobe Opens New Office For Post-Production Professionals In Los Angeles

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With more Hollywood productions relying on Creative Cloud tools to get the job done, we’re cutting the ribbon on our first office dedicated to the unique needs of the entertainment industry. The expanded office space will be home to an Adobe team committed to providing the type of professional-level support that the industry demands. —Adobe


Premiere Profiles

Making The Cut

To make sure that TV fans can get their daily dose of drama, German TV production firm UFA Serial Drama uses modern cloud technology and takes advantage of proxy workflows, real-time rendering, and Team Projects in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. —Adobe


Premiere Projects


Premiere Products

Short Tutorial: How To Measure LUFS In Premiere Pro With Youlean Loudness Meter

THIS IS NOT AN EXPLANATION OF LUFS! Only to show how to get Youlean Loudness Meter to work in Premiere Pro as it gives you more data than the integrated Loudness Radar. —Geert Verhoeff

Caption Burner For Premiere Pro

Caption Burner is a plugin for Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, After Effects and Motion that lets you burn captions and subtitles into your video. Caption Burner helps deliver video for platforms such as Instagram® that do not allow caption information to be submitted as metadata. —FxFactory


Premiere Pro Tutorials

How To Fake Shallow Depth-Of-Field (Premiere Pro)

In this video we show you how to fake shallow depth-of-field using visual effects in Adobe Premiere Pro… Shooting video on smartphones can be great, but they do have smaller sensors and so achieving shallow DOF (depth-of-field) or bokeh can be tricky. But, you can easily achieve this look in post-production. —iPhoneographers

How To Get Beautiful Skin Tones In Premiere Pro.

How to get BEAUTIFUL and natural looking skin tones in Premiere Pro (as well as some tips for exposing skin tones)! —Cody Blue

Robot Vision Effect Directly In Premiere Pro

I was messing around with the extract effect in Premiere pro and came up with this super cool way to create robot vision. There are a lot of uses for this and it's completely customizable! Enjoy :) —Spencer Cohen


Premiere Pro Moments


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