Week in Premiere 8/17/18
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Premiere Products / Free Stuff
Free "Blockbuster" Project Template for Premiere Pro
Mission Impossible: Fallout editor Eddie Hamilton, ACE, cut the film in Media Composer with 23 video tracks and 23 audio tracks. Vashi Nedomansky (6 Below: Miracle on the Mountain, Sharknado 2) recreated Eddie's timeline in Premiere Pro and made the project file available for download as a template. It comes with directions and track assignments, as well as 1-screen and 2-screen versions. Get it now for free!
Premiere Pro Tutorials
Mask and Flash an Object in Premiere Pro
This tutorial by Tyra Films will teach you how to mask out an object and make it flash. The effect only lasts a second, but it's incredibly effective in highlighting something in the shot and capturing the viewers' attention. The actual tutorial doesn't get started till 3:00! But once it does, it's totally worth it. The end result is very cool, and the application is virtually limitless!
Pancake Timeline Editing *The Right Way*
Cut to the Point, formerly self-named Piotr Toczyński, published a comprehensive tutorial on pancake timeline editing in Premiere Pro. He frames this popular editing workflow in three stages. Most editors stop at stage one. But thanks to this tutorial, you can learn how to open your selects sequence in the Source monitor and from there open it as a Timeline for 3-point insert and overwrite edits. It sounds convoluted, but this these steps unlock the true power of pancake timeline editing.
3 Premiere Pro Preferences That Make a Big Difference
Don't you love the feeling when you discover a game-changing preference in Premiere Pro. Well here are three from Motion Array that might give you that feeling. In this tutorial you will learn how to set Timeline scrolling to Smooth Scroll, disable audio scrubbing, and how to edit and save workspaces.
Hilarious "Finding the Shot" Tutorial Series
At first, we weren't sure what we were watching. But then we realized it was comedic genius. Finding the Shot is a brand new channel of parody tutorials for editing and filmmaking. The host, David, subtly pokes fun at the ridiculousness of some editing tutorials. You will especially like Finding the Shot if you appreciate dry humor. This video is only the 3rd episode. As long as he keeps at it, we won't be surprised to see Finding the Shot explode. And we'll be bragging as subscriber number 7.