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Pan & Zoom + Corner Pin in Premiere Pro

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In this Adobe Premiere Pro tutorial, Andrew Devis shows you how to pan and zoom in Premiere Pro like a professional, with proper key-frame interpolation so that everything is smooth. He will also show how to use the corner pin effect to put a separate image on to the footage you pan and zoom so that it remains really high quality even when zoomed in really close.



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Re: Pan & Zoom + Corner Pin in Premiere Pro
by Jane Reck
Hi Andrew,

thank you so much for this tutorial, I'd almost given up trying to find the relevant information elsewhere. Added bonus of the info on the Corner Pjn facility is great as well.

I really appreciate the help that people like you are able to give to people like me who are just getting to grips with this

very best wishes

Jane ( Reck )
Re: Pan & Zoom + Corner Pin in Premiere Pro
by Eric Echevarria
Thank you Andrew.
I just want to echo all the other comments and thank you for the easy to understand and infromative tutorial.

Eric.
@Eric Echevarria
by Andrew Devis
Hi Eric

I'm really pleased you've found it helpful, thanks for the comment :o)

Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Pan & Zoom + Corner Pin in Premiere Pro
by Glenn Mattsson
Andrew,

I was just trying to figure out how to do this in Premiere Pro and came came across your tutorial.

Thank you so much for putting together such a great resource!

Thanks,
Glenn
@Glenn Mattsson
by Andrew Devis
Hi Glenn

Thanks for your kind comment.

I'm really pleased you've found the tutorial helpful, lots more good stuff on the COW.

Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Pan & Zoom + Corner Pin in Premiere Pro
by Andrew Devis
Hi Bobby

Thanks so much for stopping by and making your kind comment, you have made my day :o) I am so pleased that you are both able to learn together - it must make it even more fun!

Just so you know, I have a lot more Premiere Pro tutorials planned and am in the process of finishing off and uploading 4 tutorials on color (I want to spell it colour because that how we spell it in the UK, but as this site is a US site I have made the concession!) correction.

1) Brightness and Contrast the proper way
2) Primary color correction
3) Vignette techniques
4) Secondary color correction

They should be up sometime over the next week or so, and as I say, I have a lot more planned.

Keep learning and enjoying.

Thanks again
Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Pan & Zoom + Corner Pin in Premiere Pro
by Bobby Broome
Andrew,
You are the best. All of your tutorials are informative and easy to understand. You make learning this program interesting and fun. My 12 year old daughter, who is learning to edit on CS5 Premiere Pro and I are soooooo greatful for you.
Re: Pan & Zoom + Corner Pin in Premiere Pro
by Andrew Devis
Hi Kerrie,

Thank you for your kind comment - you have started my day with a big smile :-)

There are lots more tutorials planned over the coming months so come back regularly to see what's new.

Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Pan & Zoom + Corner Pin in Premiere Pro
by Kerrie Stevenson
Andrew Devis - you are the best teacher ever! What a fantastic and easy to follow tutorial. I love how you don't just show how to do something, but why.

Really well done, this is great stuff and lucky for me the first video I have viewed on this site. I'll be sticking around for more.

Many Thanks,

Kerrie
Re: Pan & Zoom + Corner Pin in Premiere Pro
by Julio Roa
Thanks Andrew

Great tutorial

Julio


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