Posts Tagged ‘Adobe’
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!
If you’re recording two audio inputs to camera they may come into Premiere Pro as a single stereo track. In this post, you’ll discover how to break these audio files into dual mono in Premiere Pro.
A new After Effects script allows you to copy and paste multiple keyframes from multiple layers! Check out this simple AE script to speed up your video editing and motion design.
We’ve got 10 tips every Adobe Premiere Pro editor should know! Whether you’re a FCP to Premiere convert or a seasoned Adobe vet, these tips will make you a more efficient editor.
Take the guesswork out of using Panasonic P2 footage in Premiere Pro. Learn how to quickly browse P2 clips and bring into your project using Adobe Premiere Pro’s Media Browser!
Quickly fill your timeline with video footage by using the ‘automate clips to sequence markers’ setting in Premiere Pro. Check out this Premiere Pro tutorial for a run-down of how to implement this handy video editing tool.
How does the new Mac 10.8 Mountain Lion OSX update effect your video editing applications? We’ve got the scoop on compatibility, software updates and known bugs.
Customize your preferences in Adobe Premiere Pro to suit your needs! We’ve got the scoop on 8 Premiere preferences you should consider modifying. Personalized preferences means more efficient video editing!
Leverage the tools within Adobe Prelude to ingest and transcode your video footage to ProRes – a solid intermediate codec for video editing! We’ve got the scoop on how to do it.