Posts Tagged ‘Premiere Pro’
Have a video clip with audio, but the audio track doesn’t show up in the timeline? Here’s the quick fix.
Utilizing metadata in Adobe Premiere Pro is a fantastic way to stay organized and streamline your video editing workflow.
Color grading doesn’t have to be a mystery. These programs and plugins make the process faster and easier than ever.
Audio track not working in your Premiere Pro timeline? Try converting it to a WAV file in Adobe Audition.
Crossfading audio tracks is exceptionally quick and easy in both Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X. Here’s how to go about it.
Need to apply audio and effect changes to multiple audio tracks — all at the same time? No problem. Follow these steps to create a submix in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Learn how to harness the power of the Alt key to drastically speed up your Premiere Pro video editing workflow.
Want to get your DSLR video to look like vintage 16mm black and white? Let’s explore how to retrograde digital footage with the editors of the mockumentary IFC show Documentary Now!
Master the fine art of Time Remapping in Premiere Pro by controlling and manipulating Speed Keyframes.
These five tips will help you organize and customize Adobe Premiere Pro to your own personal preference.
Streamline your video editing workflow by creating custom export presets in Premiere Pro. It only takes three simple steps!
Over five years since its release, is Final Cut Pro X finally more of a viable video editing option?