How To: Start editing video projects in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3

For a new user, Adobe Premier Pro can be overwhelming. There's just so much you can do! So, a little guidance, or shall we say "basic training," is what you'll need to get started editing your own home video or professional film. This five-part series is your basic training, taught by Jordy Vandeput, showing you the basic, need-to-know stuff in Premiere Pro CS3.

How To: Export 1080p widescreen footage (16:9) to Cinemascope (2.35:1) in Premiere CS5

In this quick clip, you'll learn how to export 1080p HD footage from a widescreen aspect ratio (16:9) to Cinemascope (2.35:1) using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular NLE (or non-linear editor) or are merely looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to find something to take away. For more informationn, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Make a time lapse video using Adobe Premiere Pro

Time lapse videos can be used to distort a sense of time around your subject, which makes them very useful special effects in documentaries. By using time lapse, you can show the transition from sunrise to sunset in just a few seconds, or slow down a drop of water hitting a table. The tools in Adobe Premiere can be used to create this effect, and the following tutorial shows you how to take your raw footage and turn it into a time lapse shot.

How To: Use Adobe Premiere Pro to edit video and movies

Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the best video editing software suites ever conceived. Do you edit films? Do you want to be a film editor? Are you a director or screenwriter who wants to know how their movie gets put together after they're done with it? If you are any of those things or just want to learn how to do digital video editing for some other reason, watch this video. It will teach you everything you need to know about using Adobe Premiere Pro to edit digital movies.

How To: Create a split screen effect in Adobe Premiere Pro

Want to show two separate scenes at once? Learn how to create a split screen effect in Adobe Premiere Pro. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular non-linear editor or a seasoned video professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free video guide.

How To: Remove audio from footage using Premiere

You've found the coolest footage every but the soundtrack is terrible! This tutorial will show you how to remove an audio track from video footage using Adobe Premiere Pro. Ironically, this tutorial has no sound either! Be sure to click video tutorial sections and click on the lesson in the top left corner. Remove audio from footage using Premiere.

How To: Apply multiple effects to clips in Premiere Pro CS4

Premiere Pro CS4 has made it easier to apply multiple effects to multiple clips, either by cutting and pasting attributes from one clip to another, or by creating an effects preset that can be applied to any clip with one step. See how to work with multiple effects and multiple clips in this Premiere Pro CS4 tutorial. Apply multiple effects to clips in Premiere Pro CS4.

How To: Use the sync lock feature in Premiere Pro CS4

The new sync lock feature in Premiere Pro CS4 is a very useful tool that will maintain the relationship between clips in multiple tracks so that when you are editing you make changes to one clip, Premiere will keep your edits in place by adjusting the other clips in the timeline. Sync lock is a new feature added to Premiere Pro CS4 and this tutorial shows you how and when to use it as it pertains to your normal editing workflow in Premiere Pro. This is especially helpful when ripple editing. ...

How To: Simulate fisheye lens distortion using Premiere Pro

The fisheye lens is one of the oldest and most popular of effects lenses. They are also expensive, and you can't attach one to your cell phone! If you find either of those things to be a problem, this video will help you to alleviate them by teaching you how to simulate a fisheye lens effect using the Adobe Premiere Pro video editing suite. Don't waste your money, watch this video!

How To: Create animations in Adobe Premiere Elements 9

In this video tutorial, we learn how to create and work with animations in Premiere Elements 9. Whether you're new to the light version of Adobe's popular non-linear editor or a seasoned digital video professional looking to better acquaint yourself with the new features and functions of the latest iteration of the application, you're sure to benefit from this free software tutorial. For more information, watch this video guide.

How To: Create a film burn effect using Premiere Pro

Film burn was really annoying all those years ago when we used to have actual film and it used to actually burn. Now its acquired chic status, and people want it to add it to their digital films. This video will teach you how to create film burn effects using the Adobe Premiere Pro film editing software. This technique is very popular for Western and skateboarding films, so if you are into creating either of those types of videos this is a must-watch!

How To: Create a video web banner in Premiere

In this Adobe Premiere Pro video tutorial you will learn to create a custom sized document for a video web banner. Learn how to change to the values for Timebase, video frame, and audio rate. Their values will determine the quality and delivery speed of your video banner. Make sure to hit "play tutorial" in the top left corner of the video to start the video. There is no sound, so you'll need to watch the pop-up directions. Create a video web banner in Premiere.

How To: Create a picture-in-picture effect (PIP) in Premiere

This clip will show you how to do a picture-in-picture inside of Premiere Pro CS3 or later. Use this technique to start stacking your videos in a vertical fashion as well as opening new creative doors for your expression! Whether you're new to Adobe's popular non-linear editor or a seasoned video professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including deta...

How To: Exporting video from Adobe Premiere CS4

Need help figuring out how to export a video clip from Adobe Premiere CS4 to your desktop? This clip will show you how it's done. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular non-linear editor or a seasoned video professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free video guide.

How To: Start a new project using Adobe Premiere Pro CS3

For most software programs, finding good information on how to get started when you don't know anything about the software is harder than finding tutorials on more advanced topics. This video should make getting started in Adobe Premiere CS3 a bit easier. It walks you through the process for starting a project in this powerful editing suite. Once you're done with that, you can move on to the numerous more advanced tutorials on our site.

How To: Make a movie & edit in Adobe Premiere Pro

For moviemakers new to the editing process, this video tutorial outlines the steps to using Adobe Premiere Pro to edit movies. The tutorial shows us how to navigate through the various windows containing tools and other applications. The tutorial breaks down different, basic features of the software for the beginner. Learn various tips in this video tutorial on how to navigate and use Adobe Premiere to figure out how to edit any movie.

How To: Make a lightsaber effect with Adobe Premiere Elements

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to create a light-saber effect using Adobe Premiere Elements. Begin by adding your video into the program. Then go to the effects and select the lightning effect. Configure the effect settings to the settings provided in the video. Now play the video frame by frame until you see the sword in the video. Then go to the start and end points, and drag the points to the sword. Go 1 frame forward each time and click the split button. Then drag the points to...

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