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"
by Dario Bigi, CSI, Freelance Editor / Colorist As an Editor for 25 years and a Colorist for 8 years I am well versed in the many pitfalls found in post production. I wrote this article for Editors & Colorist to avoid this gotcha. This is specifically for Premiere Pro Editors to implement as they edit and […]Read more "Premiere Pro – Best Practices – Image Scaling"
By caninfotech If you happen to use Adobe Premiere Pro to edit and publish videos, then you might have noticed that a large amount of disk space is consumed by it. Granted that it edits videos and videos are large in size and when you have such large files in your computer, you are bound to […]Read more "CLEARING ADOBE PREMIERE MEDIA CACHE FILES, WHY?"
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By Adobe and Kyler Holland Understand speed and duration What is speed? The speed of a clip is the playback rate compared to the rate at which it was recorded. By default, a clip plays back at its normal, 100 percent speed. (Even if the frame rate of the source footage doesn’t match that of […]Read more "Premiere Pro: Fast Forward Effect"
by Envato Market Templates for Adobe After Effects are an awesome way to automate your workflow and to add creativity to your skillset. Check out more than 100 of the web’s best After Effects templates below. As After Effect’s popularity has increased, so too has the usage of templates to modify and enhance video projects. […]Read more "101 Free Templates for Adobe After Effects (and How to Make Your Own)"
By Yannick Theunissen There are different kinds of software to color-grade your footage, like Da Vinci, Final Cut and of course Premiere Pro, the one we use. With every software, it’s possible to use LUTs when color grading your footage. But what are they and how do they work? In this tutorial we will explain how […]Read more "Luts vs Look: The Difference in Premiere Pro"