Posts Tagged ‘Adobe Premiere Pro’
Learn how you can achieve unique effects by using blending modes in your video editing projects. In this post, we take an in-depth look at how using screen mode can quickly remove a solid background in AE, FCP or Premiere.
Discover how to keep your FCPX project more organized and save time! In this post, we’ll show you how to combine audio files by using compound clips in Final Cut Pro X.
Do more video editing and less head scratching! Get down to the bottom of common video editing errors with the Editcodes app for iOS.
We’ve got 10 tips every Adobe Premiere Pro editor should know! Whether you’re a FCP to Premiere convert or a seasoned Adobe vet, these tips will make you a more efficient editor.
Take the guesswork out of using Panasonic P2 footage in Premiere Pro. Learn how to quickly browse P2 clips and bring into your project using Adobe Premiere Pro’s Media Browser!
Know these tips for using keyframes in AE to give your projects a smooth motion design and speed up your post workflow! Good info for the new AND experienced After Effects user.
Quickly fill your timeline with video footage by using the ‘automate clips to sequence markers’ setting in Premiere Pro. Check out this Premiere Pro tutorial for a run-down of how to implement this handy video editing tool.
Customize your preferences in Adobe Premiere Pro to suit your needs! We’ve got the scoop on 8 Premiere preferences you should consider modifying. Personalized preferences means more efficient video editing!
Speed up your post workflow by knowing the right click commands in Adobe Premiere Pro. Here’s the 10 click commands you need to be using!
Leverage the tools within Adobe Prelude to ingest and transcode your video footage to ProRes – a solid intermediate codec for video editing! We’ve got the scoop on how to do it.
Learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro’s time remapping feature to alter the speed of you footage. From slo-mo to hyper speed, time remapping can add visual interest to your video projects!
Speed up your edits and get greater clip consistency by using submixes in Adobe Premiere Pro. Follow this Premiere tutorial to learn how!