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Adobe Premiere Pro (144 Tutorials)

Burning Question: How do I make Whip Pan Transitions?

Burning Question: How do I make Whip Pan Transitions?

July 6, 2018

Whip Pan, also called a Swish Pan, can give you a really stylish way to transition from one shot to the next or make things look like they’re shot in the same place, with a dizzying whip from one side of the room to the next, covering an edit. First I’ll show you a couple of examples.

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Getting Started with Mettle FLUX #gettingstarted

Getting Started with Mettle FLUX #gettingstarted

July 6, 2018

Charles Yeager of yeagerfilm.com explains the ins and outs of Mettle FLUX for After Effects and Premiere Pro. Download a free demo to follow along.

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Premiere Pro: Idustrial Revolution Volumetrix and Particlemetrix Tutorial

Premiere Pro: Idustrial Revolution Volumetrix and Particlemetrix Tutorial

June 7, 2018

This tutorial shows how to get the volumetric rays, glows, glints and distorts with Volumetrix and also how to convert video into particles with ParticleMetrix. Both the filter and transition versions of the plugins are used.

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Premiere Pro: Best Practices for Batch Syncing Audio in Adobe Premiere

Premiere Pro: Best Practices for Batch Syncing Audio in Adobe Premiere

June 5, 2018

Here is an in-depth look at preparation and organization for batch syncing audio in Adobe Premiere, and the best methods to do it, from Frame.io Insider.

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Premiere Pro: 7 Tips when working with Photos

Premiere Pro: 7 Tips when working with Photos

May 29, 2018

If you work with photographs or still images in Premiere, here are 7 handy tips to make your work easier and less tedious.

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Demystifying mattes, masks & alpha channels in Premiere Pro

Demystifying mattes, masks & alpha channels in Premiere Pro

May 22, 2018

Colin from VideoRevealed is the master of demystifying mattes, masks and alpha channels apply to the idea of isolating parts of a frame

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Premiere Pro: 17 Tips to Work Faster and Smarter

Premiere Pro: 17 Tips to Work Faster and Smarter

May 15, 2018

In this tutorial, Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid explains tons of tips, tricks and even hacks, from trimming to file management and more, to help you edit better, faster and smarter in Premiere Pro.

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Skin Retouching in Adobe Premiere Pro

Skin Retouching in Adobe Premiere Pro

March 26, 2018

Premiere Gal shows you how to do a bit of Skin Retouching in Premiere Pro. Retouch and smooth skin in Adobe Premiere Pro with Continuum Beauty Studio.

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Digital Anarchy Transcriptive v1.1.1 tutorial on Power Search beta panel

Digital Anarchy Transcriptive v1.1.1 tutorial on Power Search beta panel

March 26, 2018

Jim explains, “You can now download Transcriptive 1.1 and try our new Power Search beta panel! This makes it quick and easy to find the timecode for a phrase in a Premiere Pro project.” Here's a tutorial to explain more.

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Time Remapping in Premiere Pro, Parts 1 & 2

Time Remapping in Premiere Pro, Parts 1 & 2

January 23, 2018

Andrew Devis at DoodleNews.com shows you how to use Time Remapping in Premiere Pro, which enables advanced tools to play with the timing of your shot, in this 2 part walkthrough tutorial.

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SmartSound Sonicfire Pro: New Cut-Video-To-Music feature in Sonicfire Pro

SmartSound Sonicfire Pro: New Cut-Video-To-Music feature in Sonicfire Pro

January 16, 2018

Larry Jordan demonstrates the all new Cut-Video-To-Music feature of Sonicfire Pro 6, which allows you to include timing-related markers embedded within the audio export. These markers can then be used to fine-tune your edit points, making for a more dramatic cut.

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Edit To The Beat by Edgar Wright + How to Edit to the Beat with Premiere & FCPX

Edit To The Beat by Edgar Wright + How to Edit to the Beat with Premiere & FCPX

January 16, 2018

I’m a big fan of Edgar Wright and one of the scenes that I vibrantly remember that was edited to the beat is the scene in Shaun of the Dead where they’re beating the crap out of zombies at The Winchester Pub while Don’t Stop Me Now from Queen is playing. The scene is brilliant. Then, here are a couple of tutorials for Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X to help you edit to the beat.

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Mocha VR 360 Video: Remove Objects in Premiere Pro with Photoshop & Mocha VR

Mocha VR 360 Video: Remove Objects in Premiere Pro with Photoshop & Mocha VR

January 16, 2018

Find out how Adobe Photoshop’s new spherical panorama features are an excellent complement to Mocha VR, inside Premiere Pro, for replacing unwanted objects in a 360 video scene.

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20 Vital Keyboard Shortcuts for Adobe Premiere Pro Editing

20 Vital Keyboard Shortcuts for Adobe Premiere Pro Editing

January 2, 2018

Here are 10 default shortcuts that you should know, and an additional 10 shortcuts that are worth mapping, from the PremierePro.net editor’s resource book “The Cool Stuff in Premiere Pro.”

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Burning Question: How do I Work with Proxies in Premiere Pro?

Burning Question: How do I Work with Proxies in Premiere Pro?

October 24, 2017

Proxies are duplicates of your footage that are lower resolution and make working with big video files smoother. It’s a really easy way to speed up your workflow. Here are a collection of recent tutorials to get you up to speed on proxies.

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