Video editing tips, tricks and news for Adobe Premiere Pro.
Problem solving leads to new skills. Here are three things I’ve learned recently while editing in Premiere Pro.
Warp stabilizer is a great tool, but sometimes it becomes part of the problem instead of a solution. Smooth out your footage with the following handy tips!
Need a quicker way to move clips around your timeline? Learn how to nudge clips in Premiere Pro – without a mouse!
When you’re going through b-roll to pull selects, a few simple keyboard shortcuts can save you a ton of time. Get the scoop in this Premiere Pro tutorial.
You don’t have to be in After Effects to have smooth keyframes. Learn how to access the graph editor in this Premiere Pro tutorial.
Use these audio tips (and a couple of plugins) to easily remove reverb and echo from dialogue.
With the Age of Ultron upon us, let’s take a look back at the editing process of The Avengers, one of the biggest blockbusters of all time.
A quick change of your poster frame can help you better organize your editing work flow in a big way. Find out more in this Premiere Pro tutorial.
CineFix takes seven minutes to share the secrets and history of film editing, from the days of slicing film strips to today’s fully digital process.
Take advantage of YouTube’s massive reach and get your work in front of the world with this guide on how to properly export video for YouTube.
Adobe’s sweet new Project Candy app could change the way colorists work. Here’s the scoop!
Between NAB and news announcements, April was a great month for video editors. Here are 9 must-read video editing articles every video editor should read.