By Caleb Ward, Premiumbeat 5 Faster Editing Tips for Premiere Pro Sometimes, even the slightest change in your workflow can save you dozens of hours on a project in Premiere Pro. Even if you’ve been using Premiere Pro for a while, you can surprise yourself by learning something new. Personally, I didn’t know about allocating memory […]Read more "Shift Your Editing into Overdrive with These 5 Awesome Premiere Pro Tips"
by PremiereGal After you download the template and footage, watch PremiereGal‘s tutorial to learn how to use the template and how to make your own split screen templates in Premiere Pro… Download the Split Screen Premiere Pro Project File and Stock Video FootageRead more "Free Split Screen Templates for Premiere Pro"
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by Videoblocks.com This downloadable infographic from Videoblocks.com can be printed and taped up next to your monitor, so you never have to worry about forgetting. Make it your little secret or spread the wealth—video mastery is at your fingertips. Best of all, these are all standard, preset keyboard shortcuts in Premiere, so there’s no setup […]Read more "Ultimate Guide to Premiere Keyboard Shortcuts"
by PremiereGal PremiereGal shows us whether you should “Set to Frame Size” or “Scale to Frame Size” when working with images in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Which do you believe? You may be surprised! PremiereGal wants to help you be the best shooter, editor, producer you can be! New video tutorials can be found on her […]Read more "Set to Frame Size or Scale To Frame Size?"
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"