Video editing tips, tricks and news for Adobe Premiere Pro.
If you’re working with ARRIRAW files, this post is a must read. Learn how to use DaVinci Resolve Lite to transcode your ARRIRAW footage for optimized editing.
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.
Save time in your video edits by efficiently logging clips on the front end. Adobe Prelude is a powerful logging tool and in this post we show you how to make best use of it for two common types of interview styles.
Sweeten your dialogue in Premiere Pro with track based effects. In this post we’ll share the fundamentals of using track based effects, plus 3 settings for great sounding dialogue.
In this post we share 3 custom Premiere Pro shortcuts that will supercharge your video edits – quickly trim to the playhead or delete any media that the playhead is touching.
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.
You’ve seen the video in text effect before, but how do you create it in Premiere Pro or After Effects? It’s easier than you might think. In this video editing tutorial we’ll demonstrate two ways for playing video in text.
In this post we bring you another resource for FREE light leaks – great for giving your video footage a vintage, organic look.
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.
In this post, we’ll explore a few options for working with LUTs to quickly give your video projects unique cinematic looks!