by VideoRevealed My film “The Great Realisation” is currently on the international film festival circuit. A local festival requires a DCP format to show in a movie theater (should it be chosen). A DCP or Digital Cinema Package is the modern version of the old “35mm film reel”. It is the format movie theaters use to project feature films […]Read more "Film Festival? Export Your Film to a Movie Theater Format in Premiere"
by Motion Array How to create a double exposure effect in Premiere Pro? It’s easier than you think! Let’s go through it together… If you like this video, check out some of our others over at: https://motionarray.com/tutorials/pre…Read more "How To Create A Double Exposure Video in Premiere Pro"
by Motion Array Fast Gradient Intro is an ultramodern FREE Premiere Pro template with a cool looking design, smooth text and slidesh aniimation, and creative transitioning effects. It contains 10 editable text layers, 5 media placeholders, and 1 logo placeholder. An eye-catching project to your socila media intro, events opener, promo and advertisement. Download this […]Read more "Free Premiere Template: Fast Gradient Intro"
by Bavegung Are you a video creator? You’re great with your visuals, but not so much on the audio-side of editing? We’ll show you how to easily make your voice guide sound better with tools that you ALREADY HAVE in your editing software: Expander – Any professional editing software has a tool called ‘Expander’, and […]Read more "How to Make Your Voice Sound Better in Premiere Pro"
by Larry Jordan With the release of the March, 2021, update to Premiere Pro, Adobe introduced a new caption workflow. “Premiere Pro provides a comprehensive captions toolset that lets you create edit, stylize, and export captions and subtitles in all supported formats.” (Adobe Help) We can import existing captions or create new ones directly in Premiere. Captions […]Read more "Adobe’s New Caption Workflow for Premiere Pro 2021"
By Chris Heckmann, Studiobinder Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro are the two most popular video editing platforms for film professionals. Apple and Adobe have been battling for market share in the video editing software industry for decades, and there are no signs of them slowing down anytime soon. So – Final Cut Pro vs Adobe […]Read more "Final Cut Pro vs Premiere Pro — Prices, Specs, Pros & Cons"
BY KYLE DEGUZMAN, Studiobinder If you’re like anyone else, learning After Effects or Premiere can be overwhelming and time consuming. While it’s a great idea to learn how to create effects from scratch to learn the ins and outs of theses program, it isn’t always necessary. The internet is filled with After Effect templates that help […]Read more "Some Best Free After Effects and Premiere Assets"
by KYLE DEGUZMAN, Studio Binder Bring atmosphere and texture to your video and stills with these stunning (and FREE) fog overlay templates for Premiere, Photoshop, and more… Utilizing mediums like fog, haze, and smoke in a shot has various benefits. Visually, it can give your scene depth and imbue it with motion as the haze moves […]Read more "Stunning Free Fog Overlay Templates"
by Envato and Mixkit Making video effects from scratch can be time consuming and technically difficult. Using a professionally made template is a great way to create something bespoke. The project file is your starting point and you can make adjustments to suit your video needs. Premiere Pro video templates also give you some of […]Read more "More Free Premiere Pro Templates from Mixkit"
by Scott Simmons Viewing Premiere metadata while in list view is a great way to see information about your media, and you can save many of those different presets While we’ve undoubtedly seen a move toward viewing and organizing media via thumbnails in recent years one of the most useful ways to view you media […]Read more "A Free Set of Adobe Premiere Pro Project View Presets"