Posts Tagged ‘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.
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.
Adobe’s latest announcement — Creative Cloud Next — brings improved color, faster previews, and facial motion tracking to their video applications.
Save yourself some time when applying transitions in Premiere Pro with this handy quick tip.
Hone your audio editing skills and learn how to seamlessly blend speech with music in Premiere Pro.
Learn how to convert a single left/right stereo channel into dual mono tracks in this quick Adobe Premiere Pro tutorial.
Exporting multiple timelines in Adobe Premiere Pro has never been easier, thanks to this quick 5-step tip.