If you make videos and are lucky enough to have a sweet logo, you probably want to incorporate it into your videos smoothly. This video will show you how to do just that using the film editing suite Adobe Premiere Pro. Specifically, you will learn how to inset a logo with additional motions.
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!
Creating really cool titles is a big part of making a web video that will hook viewers. They make the whole work seem much more professional before the viewer watches a second of actual film. This video will teach you how to create cool 3D titles using the Adobe Premiere Pro video editing suite.
The rain of neon-green computer code that makes up the matrix in the iconic film The Matrix is a familiar image to anyone familiar with the film. Now you can make it yourself! This two-part video will teach you how to create this awesome effect using the Adobe Premiere Pro video editing suite.
The Matrix had all sorts of stunning visual effects that have become standards in film since its release in 1999. This video will teach you how to create just one of them, the film's iconic titles, using the Adobe Premiere Pro editing suite.
In modern action movies, the night vision goggles effect has become as much of a staple as exploding heads. This video will teach you, the budding action film editor, to create the night vision effect using Adobe Premiere Pro.
The bleach bypass effect is a classic, and is large part of what gave Saving Private Ryan it's distinctive look. This video will teach you how to apply bleach bypass yourself using Adobe Premiere Pro. Give your video that old-school look using the most modern of technologies.
Dreams are often very fun to shoot, as they allow the filmmaker a lot of freedom to include otherworldly content and visual styles. This video will help you make your dream scenes even more dreamy by teaching you how to add some dream effects (including blur and little bit of motion) to your footage using Adobe Premiere Pro.
It's odd how something that filmmakers fought for so long to get rid of, blurriness in their film, is now so sought after by new filmmakers who wish they still had it. This video will teach those new digital filmmakers how to diffuse images using track and color mattes. If your film needs to look lower-quality, the tips in this video should be very helpful to you.
Adobe Premiere Pro is one powerful piece of software if you want to make your videos look professional. This video will teach you how to use preset styles with the software to create cool visual effects like those in the movie 300 and others. Download the project file to get the presets, then apply them to your films and see what you get!
You might think that an idyllic shot like the one of the Bahamas in the thumbnail for this video doesn't need any modification to make it look tropical. You would be wrong! This video will teach you how to use Adobe Premiere Pro to give a tropical photo a more tropical look by adjusting the colors, the brightness and contrast.
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.
Sin City used some of the coolest visual effects of any recent film. This two-part video uses a clip from the iconic film as an canvas to which we can apply some other editing effects using Adobe Premiere Pro. Specifically, the first part covers using color passes to absorb colors and adding a mask to focus the color spot. The second covers animating a garbage matte with keyframes and other topics. Unfortunately there is no link for downloading the Sin City clip from the video, so you are goi...
Creating really cool titles for you web video is a great way to make your video look professional and make sure viewers watch the whole thing once they're clicked on your video. This tutorial will teach you the basics of making easy titles using Adobe Premiere Pro. Apply these techniques and watch you view count rise.
This video continues to elaborate the titles that the creators started working on in this tutorial on blur in-out effects in Premiere Pro. This time they focus on creating light spots and fast bumpmaps and how these techniques can be used to create even cooler titles.
Creating good-looking titles is one of the oft-neglected but most important parts of creating a really appealing video, especially if you want to post it online. This two-part video will teach you how to animate blue in-out effects with keyframes and create a 3D glasses effect for a title using Adobe Premiere Pro.
Hype Williams is one of the world's premiere music video producers. One effect that he likes to use, like in the The Offspring video depicted in the thumbnail for this video, is a clipped letterbox effect. This effect allows you to show several video clips on screen at once layered on top of one another. This video will teach you how to create this effect yourself in Adobe Premiere Pro.
This video tutorial for Adobe Premiere CS4 for beginners demonstrates how to add some simple effects to your videos using this powerful video editing program. Included are how to add alpha glow to a video, how to select a keyframe, and how to make videos move from side to side.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 is one of the best software options in the world of digital video editing. This video tutorial explains how to publish and export your projects using the Adobe Media Encoder part of the larger Premiere Pro CS4 program.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 is one of the most powerful digital video editing tools ever created. This tutorial is meant as a tutorial for those unfamiliar with the program, covering many of the basics including how to create a new video sequence and edit the quality of the video that you are creating.
Whether you're new to Adobe's Creative Suite or a seasoned digital video professional after a general overview of Adobe Premiere CS5's most vital new features, you're sure to be well served by this from the folks at Lynda, which presents a detailed, step-by-step overview of how to take advante of Premiere CS5's script-to-screen workflow.
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...
Whether you're new to Adobe InDesign or a seasoned digital video professional after a general overview of CS5's most vital new features, you're sure to be well served by this official video tutorial from the folks at Adobe TV. In it, you'll learn how to create a more engaging experience with web DVDs that include a search interface for viewers to jump directly to content of interest.
Whether you're new to Adobe After Effects or a seasoned digital film professional after a general overview of CS5's most vital new features, you're sure to be well served by this official video tutorial from the folks at Adobe TV. In it, you'll learn how to turn spoken dialogue into searchable text either by synchronizing content with your Adobe Story script, or by using reference scripts that are optimized for your content. Also see how to accelerate editing by marking in and out points in t...
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.
In this short tutorial, learn how to create videos made for iPods in Premiere CS3. Chad Perkins of Chadd and Todd Podcast shows how to export video from Premiere straight into your iPod, or to YouTube, MySpace, and other Inernet sites that support video.
This tutorial covers how to use Premiere pro to hold a frame from your video clip and also, how to adjust clip speed and duration.
This tutorial shows you how to get your text moving in Premiere Pro CS4. For more Adobe software tutorials from Layers Magazine, search Layers Magazine on WonderHowTo. WonderHowTo indexes all Layers Magazine tutorials for Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver and Flash.
This tutorial covers a couple of different ways to create and adjust transitions in Premiere Pro. For more Adobe software tutorials from Layers Magazine, search Layers Magazine on WonderHowTo. WonderHowTo indexes all Layers Magazine tutorials for Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver and Flash.
The Project Manager inside the new Premiere Pro CS4 will help video editors to save only what they are using in their video project and trim down what they are not using.
Creating and editing animations by adjusting keyframes in Premiere Pro CS4. For more Adobe software tutorials from Layers Magazine, search Layers Magazine on WonderHowTo. WonderHowTo indexes all Layers Magazine tutorials for Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver and Flash.
In this tutorial, Franklin McMahon talks about clip markers, how to set them, and how to use them when reviewing footage to determine what to use in a final project.
Subclips are smaller parts of the bigger project. Use the Make Subclip command early and save yourself some time when you get to the timeline.
Use Premiere Pro’s built-in title templates or design your own template to help place titles into your video projects.
In this video, Franklin McMahon uses Premiere Pro CS4 to create a nested sequence and then overlay it over a backdrop.
Franklin McMahon goes over Premiere Pro CS4’s lift and extract tools and compares them with some of the other methods video editors may use when editing video clips.
There's a lot of questions floating around about Magic Bullet Looks and color grading. Here is a brief run through and then the "A Day At The Beach" clip with before and after shots of each clip.
Check out this Creative Cow video tutorial to learn how to use the Boris Continuum Complete 6 Swish Pan Filter. You can easily create a seamless transition using the Boris Continuum Complete 6 Swish Pan. This plug-in can be used in Apple's Final Cut or Adobe's Premiere and After Effects. Use the Boris Continuum Complete 6 Swish Pan Filter.
The first CS4 beta Red Plug-in is finally available! With this plug-in, you can use Premiere Pro CS4 and After Effects CS4 to import Native RED R3D files as easily as any of our other native tapeless formats.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 software is the start-to-finish video production solution ideal for editors, filmmakers, cable and network broadcasters, event and corporate videographers, rich media creative professionals, and hobbyists. In this Adobe Premiere video tutorial, you'll learn how to create picture-in-picture in Premiere Pro CS3. Create picture in picture in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 - Part 1 of 2.