Hot Adobe Premiere How-Tos

How To: Use the Media Browser Panel in Adobe Premiere Pro

This clip explains how the Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Media Browser panel can save you time and keep your projects tidy. Also learn about Equalize Volume within Soundbooth to make volume matching files easy. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular non-linear editor (NLE) software 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 detaile...

How To: Create an old TV effect in Premiere Pro CS3

Old TV's were not famous for their high-fidelity color, but the brown-saturated look they made standard now evokes a lot of nostalgia among viewers. Because of this, it may behoove you, the filmmaker, to know how to simulate that color effect without having to actually use crappy cameras or televisions. This video will show you how to create an old TV effect while editing using Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. Embrace the nostalgia!

How To: Use black and white diffusion in 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.

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: Create transitions in Adobe Premiere Pro

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.

How To: Animate using keyFrames in Adobe Premiere Pro

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.

How To: Create picture in picture in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3

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.

How To: Normalize audio for a master track in Premiere CS4

Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 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 Pro video tutorial, you'll learn how to normalize audio for a master track in Premiere Pro CS4. Normalize audio for a master track in Premiere CS4.

How To: Set up your first Premiere Pro CS4 project

Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 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 Pro CS4 video tutorial, you'll learn how to set up your first Premiere Pro project. Set up your first Premiere Pro CS4 project.

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: Use the audio transcription option in Premiere Pro CS4

Rich Harrington talks about one his favorite new features in Premiere Pro CS4; the audio transcription options. Audio transcription is very powerful and it comes in real handy when editing by helping to locate audio clips in Premiere Pro CS4. The transcription information can also be exported with the video. See how to use the audio transcription option in Premiere Pro CS4 in this tutorial. Use the audio transcription option in Premiere Pro CS4.

How To: Use the Adobe Media Encoder CS4 in Premiere Pro CS4

Adobe Media Encoder CS4 takes the place of several tools that users had to rely on for processing and compression. The Adobe Media Encoder CS4 converts to several different formats, including formats for web and mobile devices. There are also speech transcription option and batch processing. See how to use the Adobe Media Encoder CS4 in Premiere Pro CS4 for Flash video encoding and exporting from Premiere Pro CS4 in this tutorial. Use the Adobe Media Encoder CS4 in Premiere Pro CS4.

How To: Get started using video effects in Adobe Premiere Elements 9

Fancify your digital video clips by applying effects and filters 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: Use Premiere Elements 8 Instant Movie

In this video we learn how to use Premiere Elements 8 Instant Movie. Once you open the program, you will be able to open up a clip and it will add in all the movie action for you. Go to the tasks panel and then go to the organize and media buttons. You can then choose clips that you want for your movie. Then, click the instant movie button with templates that you can apply to your movie. Click on a thumbnail to get a preview for each of the different options. Then, go to "edit" to change the ...

How To: Edit video footage on your computer with Adobe Premiere

So you've got hours and hours of footage for your home video, and now you want to make it into a usable product that you can put up on YouTube! Or, you know, onto a tape that you can bore your family with (heh heh heh). But you need to at least edit them down a little so that way you can get the point of your story across. In this video you will learn how to use the editing tools in Adobe Premiere.

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: 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: Import stills for stop motion in Adobe Premiere CS4

In this clip, learn how to import stills into Adobe Premiere CS4 for stop motion animation. 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: Exporting H.264 from Adobe Premiere Pro

Want to export H.264 video from Adobe Premiere Pro? See how it's done with this quick clip. 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: 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: Create Star Wars style titles using Premiere Pro

The scrolling, synopsis-giving titles of the sci-fi epic Star Wars might be the most famous set of titles in the history of cinema. All most people need to see is deep space and yellow letters to immediately think of Star Wars. This video will teach you how to make similar titles for your own films using Adobe Premiere Pro. This is MUCH easier than what the Star Wars staff did to make the original titles, so fire up your computer and make your own!