Video editing tips, tricks and news for Adobe Premiere Pro.
Adobe ups its game with new media management features, greater color control and VR video workflows at NAB 2016.
The video editing landscape is ever changing; Premiere Pro is on the rise in Hollywood, Final Cut Pro is exceeding expectations, and Avid is in decline. Let’s find out why.
Give your videos consistent design with title templates, a helpful tool in Premiere Pro.
Staying organized is key for becoming a faster and more efficient editor. Here are a few ways to customize your Premiere Pro project panel for your specific project.
Explosion elements are a great way to create indie-budget action effects. Here are the best places to find earth-shaking explosion elements.
Have video footage that needs to look more Hollywood? Follow these three simple steps to make your video look cinematic in no time!
Keeping an eye on the industry and staying refreshed is a great way to improve your video editing game. These must-read video editing articles have something helpful for pros and amateurs alike.
The ability to match frame and replace edit in Premiere Pro is incredibly helpful and will enable you to simplify swapping one take for another. Here’s how it’s done.
Learn how to quickly and easily replace watermarked audio tracks with the real thing in Premiere Pro.
Do you need to transcode your AVCHD media when editing in Premiere Pro? Let’s discuss this highly debated topic.
Do you have an issue with noisy video? Follow these steps in Premiere Pro and your video will be cleaned up in no time!
Working with two completely different cameras? Here are some tips for color matching your footage using Adobe SpeedGrade.