Posts Tagged ‘Adobe Premiere Pro’
Check out this post for a TON of useful info about working with the vectorscope when color correcting and color grading your video footage. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to read the Premiere Pro vectorscope, as well as use it for correcting skin tones.
Learn to use the “slip” and “slide” editing functions in Adobe Premiere Pro to speed up your workflow and make your edits more precise. Great info for any Premiere Pro video editor!
In this post we show you how to improve the look and consistency of your video editing footage using the Premiere Pro reference monitor. Also, we’ll show you how to access the Premiere video scopes for most accurate color correction!
Coremelt’s ActiveText titling plugin is fast and FREE typography tool for video editors. Improving upon the default text editor, ActiveText offers automatic keyframing and the ability to quickly duplicate titles in your video editing timelines.
Harness Adobe Media Encoder’s background encoding feature to speed up your post-production workflow! In this post, we’ll discuss how to get your Premiere and After Effects projects into Encoder, as well as how to setup watch folders. A must read for Adobe users.
Discover a trick for trimming your audio files to perfectly fit the length of your video editing projects. A must-know technique for creating a polished and professional audio track!
Use Adobe’s Dynamic Link to create cool text effects in After Effects and QUICKLY bring them into your Premiere Pro video editing projects. Text presets make it easy to create unique text effects.
In this tutorial we’ll show you how to send your audio files from Adobe Premiere Pro to Adobe Audition for fine tuned noise reduction. Get better sounding clips using this handy roundtripping workflow.
Save yourself time in post-production by integrating your After Effects projects into Premiere Pro with Adobe’s Dynamic Link. Now when you make changes to your After Effects projects they’ll immediately show up in Premiere!
Learn how to keep your Premiere Pro projects super organized by mastering the bin structure. In this post, we discuss how to keep your projects organized from the start of editing through the post production process!
Adobe Premiere Pro’s Lift & Extract tools let you move portions of clips around different sequences with ease. Discover how to use these tools to improve your video editing workflow.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 offers enhanced trimming features, including a trim mode for dynamic trimming during playback. In this post, we’ll show you how to use the trim editor, as well as share tips for customizing the trim editor to fit your editing needs.