By Boone | Shutterstock Premiere works notably well with Photoshop, giving users a number of different ways to import layered .psd files. You can even open an image in Photoshop directly within Premiere. Since many video editors often work with photographs, it makes sense that the two programs would work together seamlessly. Let’s take a […]Read more "How to Bring a Photoshop File into Premiere Pro"
by Adobe You can improve performance by optimizing your computer system, After Effects, your project, and your workflow. Some of the suggestions here improve performance not by increasing rendering speed but by decreasing time that other operations require, such as opening a project. Note: By far, the best way to improve performance overall is to plan […]Read more "Improve Performance in After Effects"
BY MICHAEL MAHER, Premiumbeat After Effects has long been in the hands of everyday consumers now, and the software is behind countless commercials, films, and motion design projects all over the world. To celebrate the milestone, Premiumbeat has rounded up our favorite free After Effects assets. Here, you’ll find tons of free animations like icons […]Read more "Tons of Free AE Templates and Assets to Celebrate 25 Years of After Effects"
by Kyler Holland This Adobe Premiere Pro Preset Pack is designed to amplify your transitions and make them seamless by utilizing light as a main factor. Enjoy! INCLUDED IN THIS PACK: LIGHT LIGHT Quick HIGH LIGHT Quick MED LIGHT Quick LOW LIGHT Smooth HIGH LIGHT Smooth MED LIGHT Smooth LOW DARK DARK Quick HIGH DARK Quick MED DARK […]Read more "FREE Premiere Pro Preset: Exposure Transitions"
by Justin Odisho In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC Tutorial I will be sharing 5 little video editing tips, tricks, and techniques that can make a big difference in your final project. 1. Pull Focus – Using dimming and blurring in the background you can pull focus to text, images, or pop ups in the foreground. […]Read more "5 Little Video Editing Tricks"
by Orange83 Grab this FREE 5 Pack of Modern & Clean TITLE TEMPLATES or PRESETS for Premiere Pro. You don’t need After Effects or any plugin, just Premiere Pro. These templates are easy to adjust and modify, just follow the steps in the video. You can also include your logo or another image. Preset […]Read more "Free Title Templates/Presets 5-Pack for Premiere Pro"
by Adobe Combine two takes of a scene in Adobe Premiere Pro CC into one to get the best performance from your actors. Explore how this split-screen compositing effect — sometimes called the “Fincher effect” after film director David Fincher — can help you make the most of your actors’ performances and reactions. Let us know […]Read more "Combine the Two Best Takes of a Scene into One"