Posts Tagged ‘Premiere Pro’
Video editing certification is a great way to prove you have the skills needed to get a great job. Whether you’re already an established editor or looking to get started in the business, check out our rundown of the programs to get certified.
The best way to speed up your video editing is with shortcuts. In this post we share a few must-know Premiere Pro shortcuts for navigating around your timeline and video editing interface!
Learn the 5 MUST USE shortcuts for any video editing application. These are the shortcuts that are an essential part of my daily video editing work – and it should be part of your workflow too!
Change the orientation of your audio meters in Premiere Pro – and create a more efficient video editing experience! In this post you’ll learn how to adjust your video editing layout for horizontal audio meters and see first-hand the positive benefits it will bring to your editing.
Are you having issues with your video editing apps and OSX Mavericks? Adobe Creative Cloud giving you error or simply won’t open? In this post we share some tips for upgrade to Mavericks depending on the apps your using and their current support for this new OSX.
Make your audio editing more efficient using track based effects in Adobe Premiere Pro. Track based effects and submixes can save you time when working with temp audio or when you need to add global changes to all the music in your project.
Background rendering not working since upgrading to Mavericks? Learn how to turn off one simple setting to get your video editing background rending back!
One useful (but perhaps lesser known) feature added to Premiere Pro 7.1 is the ability to customize video overlays. In this video tutorial you’ll discover how to best adjust these settings for your video editing needs.
In this quick video tutorial you’ll learn a trick for blurring out faces in Premiere Pro. Super handy for reality programming or when shooting undercover.
Control the stacking order of your timeline when Dynamic Linking from Premiere Pro to After Effects – a quick way to customize your project organization.
Joining the exodus of editors making the switch from FCP to Premiere Pro? Check out this handy video detailing 10 key differences between the video editing applications.
CTRL+Console is an iPad based video editing controller. Speed up your FInal Cut Pro or Premiere Pro video edits by using the intuitive controls in the app!