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Simple Ghost effect in Adobe Premiere
Simple Ghost effect in Adobe Premiere
Let's turn a person in a video clip into a ghost.
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Create a picture within a picture
Create a picture within a picture
Arrange one video clip over another using the Motion effect to create a picture-in-a-picture or...
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Edit Storyboard Style
Edit Storyboard Style
Edit efficiently by organizing your clips on a storyboard and using the Automate to Sequence command to assemble them.
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Overlay And Insert Clips From The Project Window
Overlay And Insert Clips From The Project Window
Perform basic trims and then quickly overlay or insert clips by dragging them directly to the Timeline from the Project window.
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Use Nested Sequences In Projects
Use Nested Sequences In Projects
It`s one thing to assemble clips into sequences and then combine sequences into projects. But Adobe Premiere Pro lets you create grouped, or nested, sequences, allowing you to manipulate multiple sequences as one, create variations with special effects, and more.
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Altered Rates: Varying Playback Speed
Altered Rates: Varying Playback Speed
Fast forward or super slow motion, you make the call. It`s easy to create interesting effects by changing the rate at which a clip plays back in Premiere Pro
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Create A Picture Within A Picture
Create A Picture Within A Picture
Arrange one video clip over another using the Motion effect to create a picture-in-a-picture or split-screen.
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Freeze Frames
Freeze Frames
Have an idea for using images from your movie clip in other projects? It?s a snap to export still images from a clip with Adobe Premiere Pro
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Work With Adobe Premiere
Work With Adobe Premiere
With the Edit Original feature in Adobe Encore DVD, you can change video clips in Adobe Premiere Pro without breaking a sweat.
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