by Apple Apple has recently announced a discounted bundle of Pro Apps for educational users. Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4, and MainStage 3 are available for just $199.99 for educational use. Just in time, after Adobe recently upped their monthly subscription prices… Final Cut Pro X Final Cut Pro X […]Read more "A Discounted Bundle of Apple Pro Apps for Educational Users!"
by Christian Maté Grab A lot of you asked me how I do the fast forward effect in my other videos, like this one… …so I made a short tutorial how you get this effect and sync your video footage with the audio in Adobe Premiere Pro CC…Read more "Day Five: Fast Forward Effect in Premiere"
by Justin Odisho In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 Tutorial, Justin Odisho will demonstrate how to create an earthquake or camera shake transition effect using directional blur, keyframes, and adjustment layers…Read more "Day Four: Earthquake Camera Shake Transition Effect"
by chung dha The awesome FrameBlocking Transition for Adobe Premiere Pro CC is actually a transition I already used in several older videos of mine in Hong Kong, but have been more prominently used in the recent Vlogs I did in Turkey. It is called “frame blocking” because it is literally using a single frame […]Read more "Day Three: Frame-Blocking Transition Preset Tutorial"
by Ivan Krivonosov Here is a video tutorial about today’s popular Whip swoosh Blur Turkish Transition used in many travel videos. In this tutorial, Ivan Krivonosov will demonstrate a technique he explored and used in his recent short movie, Another Toronto.Read more "Day Two: Whip Swoosh Blur Turkish Transitions Tutorial"
by RampantMedia This week, GLJ Media is featuring five days of the Best DIY Premiere Transitions from across the web and their tutorials. Create something unusual, alter what you see here, and make them your own. Then go ahead and save them as your very own presets within Adobe Premiere. Check out the first of […]Read more "Day One: How to Create a Roll Transition in Premiere Pro"
by Collin Smith, VideoRevealed This tutorial is in response to the questions about formatting the Word document with the correct right and left Tab stops to use in rolling credits in Adobe Premiere Pro. Check out the rest of Collin’s youtube channel chocked full of useful tuts here.Read more "Word Processing Tips for Rolling Credits in Microsoft Word and Google Docs for Premiere Pro"