Create your video edit in Adobe Premiere Pro. Then import your project into After Effects for finishing – add effects, color correction, and motion tracking. There are several ways to manage your Premiere Pro to After Effects workflow. One way is to take advantage of Adobe’s Dynamic Link, with the ability to jump btween the
Add professional motion design to your video editing projects with these high-quality FREE After Effects templates!
Check out this informative video tutorial demonstrating a cool ripple effect created in Adobe After Effects! A quick way to add style to your logo animations.
Adobe is now giving away it’s Creative Suite 2 free! Although a few years old, the apps in CS2 still provide powerful tools for digital content creators.
In this post, we’ll show you how to use an Adobe workflow (Premiere and Encore) to create a searchable web DVD using Flash – a unique way to create interactive content for the web.
We’ve rounded up 10 of the best FREE Adobe After Effects templates for use in your video editing projects. Great for making your intros and titles more dynamic, these quality AE templates will save you time and money!
You can now use some plugins and scripts in both After Effects and Premiere. In this video editing tutorial, we show you how to install and use these plugins, as well as save them as presets to save time in the future!
Get down to business with Adobe Encore! In this post we share video tutorials that demonstrates all aspects of DVD and Blu-Ray creation using Adobe’s powerful DVD authoring app.
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!
Get the lowdown on the newest update to video editing application Adobe Premiere Pro. This update is a critical update for MacBook pro users and addresses tons of bug fixes for all Premiere editors.
Give your video footage a retro look in Adobe Premiere with these FREE color grading presets for Adobe Premiere Pro. A quick way to mimic the popular “Instagram” look with your video projects!
Learn how to use 3 and 4 point editing in Adobe Premiere Pro and get more precise control over your video edits!