Posts Tagged ‘Adobe Premiere Pro’
Working with Canon C300 MXF video footage? In this post we share some tips for avoiding common MXF editing pitfalls!
What video editing application is best for you? In this post we look at a few considerations when choosing one of the popular pro apps – Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro.
In this post, we’ve rounded up the bestFREE apps and workflow tips for transcoding your AVCHD (.mts) files for video editing.
Snag FREE preset packs for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects – a quick (and cheap!) way to add color grading looks to your video editing projects.
Adobe’s Premiere Pro CC application introduces new features for the video editing professional. Check out our 10 favorite Premiere Pro Creative Cloud tips to streamline and optimize your video editing workflow.
Discover the cloud based features in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Quickly access to YOUR video editing preferences and tools no matter where you are or what computer you are using.
Explore the different types of keyframes in Adobe Premiere Pro! In this post, we show you how to modify spatial and temporal keyframes – making your animations look more seamless and professional!
We run down the export settings in Adobe Premiere Pro – including ideal export settings for Vimeo and YouTube. Discover how to create custom export presets to speed up your post production workflow!
The next version of Adobe Premiere Pro will feature the ability to quickly apply LOOK presets created in color grading applications – potentially a big timesaver for those looking to speed up their post production workflow.
The next version of Adobe Premiere Pro will introduce some timesaving multi-camera features. Discover how to sync clips by audio and speed up your post production workflow!
Among the changes of the next version of Adobe Premiere Pro is an updated Timeline Panel. In this post we explore some of the new feature additions and how they can improve your Premiere Pro video editing.
It’s easy to give your digital video a film look in Premiere Pro! In this tutorial we show you how to expriment with blending modes and opacity to make your video image pop!