by Premiere Gal Playing with time in Premiere Pro is one of my favorite techniques. You can use time remapping to slow down and speed up your clips. Better yet, you can create freeze frames to create a variety of creative video techniques. One of these creative techniques is to freeze a character in time for a […]Read more "FREEZE IN TIME: Adobe Premiere Pro Tutorial"
By Ryan McAfee, Pond5 There are a lot of shortcuts and tips for editing in Premiere, but not all of them can be performed without leaving the comfort of your timeline. Here are 5 tips for working in your timeline in Adobe Premiere Pro. In this video, we cover: 1. Nesting Sequences 2. Stacking or […]Read more "Timeline Tips for Faster Editing in Premiere"
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"