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Adobe Premiere Pro (162 Tutorials)

Time Remapping in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Time Remapping in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

June 17, 2013

If you want to make advanced adjustments to playback speed over time, you’ll go looking for time remapping. Premiere Pro makes the process very simple, though you may find yourself turning to After Effects for a fine finish. This lesson shows you why and how.

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In Depth: Camera Shake Plug-ins, Presets and Tutorials

June 12, 2013

If you’re looking to add some visible camera shake or frame-to-frame jitter to your footage, there are a few different ways to achieve this effect.

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Adobe Premiere Pro CC New Features The Crop Tool Now with Feathering!

Adobe Premiere Pro CC New Features The Crop Tool Now with Feathering!

June 11, 2013

For Tutorial Tuesday, we have Josh from Retooled.net explaining some of the changes in the Feathered Edge options for the Crop tool in Premiere Pro CC.

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Importing and Exporting DSLR Footage into Adobe Premiere Pro

Importing and Exporting DSLR Footage into Adobe Premiere Pro

May 23, 2013

Learn how to correctly import and export HD DSLR video footage into Adobe Premiere Pro.

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In Depth: Upscaling or Upsizing Video

May 21, 2013

If you ever need to work with old video footage that’s in standard format, here are several options and tools to make the job smoother and get better results.

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How to Animate Retro Pixel Art in After Effects

How to Animate Retro Pixel Art in After Effects

March 26, 2013

In this tutorial Nik Morris will show you how to take animated pixel art and incorporate it into large HD videos while retaining the original quality!

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Using RE:Vision Effects RE:Match:Pro; Matching Color From Separate Cameras/ Settings

Using RE:Vision Effects RE:Match:Pro; Matching Color From Separate Cameras/ Settings

February 19, 2013

RE:Match takes intuitive color and texture matching to a whole new level by addressing common problems on multiple shot, multicam and stereo shoots. RE:Match is a set of plug-ins to match one view of video or film to another so that it looks as if it was shot with the same camera and settings. RE:Match assumes that both image sequences are taken roughly at the same location but perhaps were not shot at the same time or from the same point-of-view.

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Adobe Dynamic Link Troubleshooting

Adobe Dynamic Link Troubleshooting

February 12, 2013

Digital Rebellion gives some nice tips on workflows and fixing problems when dynamic linking between After Effects and Premiere Pro  doesn't go as expected.

Tips include:

  1. Make sure your compositions have unique names
  2. Don't add trailing numbers
  3. Check your firewall
  4. Disable simultaneous frame rendering
  5. Clear caches and render files
  6. Render as a movie file

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How to use 3rd Party Transition Plug-ins in Adobe Premiere Pro

How to use 3rd Party Transition Plug-ins in Adobe Premiere Pro

February 12, 2013

Have you ever wondered why your third party transition plug-ins for Premiere Pro don’t show up under Video Transitions, like the native Transitions effects do? I have a work around for you, using an Adjustment Layer.

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How To Make Your Audio Broadcast-Safe (ITU-R BS.1770-2 & EBU) in Adobe Audition

How To Make Your Audio Broadcast-Safe (ITU-R BS.1770-2 & EBU) in Adobe Audition

January 17, 2013

How to finalize your audio, in compliance with common Broadcast Standards using Adobe Audition CS6 by Jason Levine at BoodahJooMusic.

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Stereoscopic 3D Editing with NVIDIA 3D Vision Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro

Stereoscopic 3D Editing with NVIDIA 3D Vision Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro

November 4, 2011

Karl Soule talks about editing in 3D stereo using NVIDIA 3D Vision Pro and more. He uses Cineform Neo 3D in the presentation.

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Color grading and finishing in Premiere Pro CS5.5

Color grading and finishing in Premiere Pro CS5.5

September 19, 2011

Speed up your color grading and finishing! This video tutorial teaches how to do primary, secondary and some pretty advanced color correction in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5. You’ll learn how to create masks for color correction inside of Premiere Pro, and to tweak parts of the image without affecting others. You’ll learn how to use Jarle’s Grading Tools (a collection of useful presets) to speed up your own color grading workflow.

Also covered are some common finishing techniques like how to fix moiré, blown-out highlights, blue sky fix, sharpening, letterboxing, noise reduction, stabilizing and scaling/crop.

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