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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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Track Matte Tutorial - Part 3 - Basic Track Mattes
Track Matte Tutorial - Part 3 - Basic Track Mattes
This beginner tutorial shows how to apply the track matte effect in Premiere Pro
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Correct Color in Video
Correct Color in Video
Learn to use color correction tools in Adobe Premiere Pro to make your video broadcast-ready
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Simulating the Bullet-Time Effect in Adobe Premiere
Simulating the Bullet-Time Effect in Adobe Premiere
In this tutorial, Satish Kumar demonstrates the famous Matrix style Bullet-time effect in Premiere:...
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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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Between The Layers: Work With Transitions In Titles
Between The Layers: Work With Transitions In Titles
Smooth the way through your title sequences by adding transitions between the title`s layers.
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Color Titles Creatively With Title Designer
Color Titles Creatively With Title Designer
Need to spruce up your titles? Try experimenting with the color and fills applied to them. The Title Designer in Adobe Premiere Pro makes it easy.
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Slip Slidin? Away
Slip Slidin? Away
Your project?s duration won?t get away from you when you use the Slip Edit and Slide Edit tools in Premiere Pro to refine a sequence.
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Import Photoshop, Illustrator, And Still-image Files
Import Photoshop, Illustrator, And Still-image Files
You don`t need moving images to make compelling videos in Adobe Premiere Pro. You can also use image files created in Photoshop and Illustrator. You can import single layers or multi-image projects, too. Once they`re in Adobe Premiere Pro, you can add time sequencing so they play back as often as you like.
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Correct Color In Video
Correct Color In Video
Learn to use color correction tools in Adobe Premiere Pro to make your video broadcast-ready.
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Fine-tune Your Project With A 6-point Edit
Fine-tune Your Project With A 6-point Edit
Would your project be perfect if you could just replace a portion of audio? Replace audio seamlessly using the editing functions in Premiere Pro.
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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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Creative Titling: The Color Of Perfection
Creative Titling: The Color Of Perfection
Getting the color just right can make all the difference in your titles. Adobe Premiere Pro has the tools to take titles from so-so to stunning.
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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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Using A Matte Is Key With Imported Logos
Using A Matte Is Key With Imported Logos
Do you need to key out an imported logo? Partner Adobe Premiere with Photoshop for professional results.
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