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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 107 Rolling Shutter Repair

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In this final tutorial in this Premiere Pro Basics (CS6 & above) series, Andrew Devis shows how to use the Rolling Shutter Repair effects which deals with the problem of footage from a camera phone or a DSLR (CMOS sensors) which look wobbly or jelly-like when panned quickly. The obvious solution is to avoid fast pans with this type of camera, if possible. However, sometimes you have no choice and then need to clean up the end result to stop your audience from feeling sea-sick! The Rolling Shutter Repair is a very powerful tool to deal with this issue and make sure your footage looks more like you originally intended it to look.



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Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 107 Rolling Shutter Repair
by John Richard
Wow! is all I can say. Thank you Andrew for all the effort. Excellent training series. Actually kind of sad that it has come to an end.

Maybe an "Advanced..." series. Seriously - thank you again for so much work.

http://www.LightPrism.TV
@John Richard
by Andrew Devis
Hi John

Thanks for the comment, it's good to hear when people find the course helpful because as you said, it was a lot of effort!

So enjoy using Premiere Pro, it is a really great product.
All the best
Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 107 Rolling Shutter Repair
by Ed Cabrera
Andrew
I just finished all 107 tutorials for Premiere 6... all I have to say is: IMPRESSIVE.

I particularly liked the short and sweet nature of the tutorials. I have become a much better editor (not even close to a professional one). I only wish I had gone through the whole thing earlier.

I thank you!

Ed Cabrera
@Ed Cabrera
by Andrew Devis
Hi Ed

Thanks for watching the tutorials, I'm really pleased you found them helpful. I agree that Premiere Pro CS6 is indeed a very IMPRESSIVE program and I can't wait to see what else is going to be added in future versions!

All the best with your projects.
Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
@Andrew Devi
by Hugues Tremblay
Hi
I would like to thank you for that very good tutorial. I was working on Final Cut Pro 7 and I was very sad that Apple did not continue to upgrade the application. I work with Final Cut X and I like the new way to work but I have a lot of problems with the new ways to do simple things. Now with Premiere CS6, I have the feeling of a real continuity on my work on editing.
Thank you again
Hugues Tremblay
Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 107 Rolling Shutter Repair
by chuck tyler
the lighting video was great, short and to the point.. i just wish you would allow the finished product to roll at the end of your video...scrubbing through doesn't do it justice, especially in transitions...thank you..i will watch more.
@chuck tyler
by Andrew Devis
Hi Chuck

Thanks for the comment, I'm pleased the tutorials are proving helpful. As for playing through, it is always a trade off between what to show and the total length of the tutorial. Most times I try and keep the tuts as short as possible but I will keep your comment in mind for future tuts.

All the best
Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 107 Rolling Shutter Repair
by Ann Baldwin
Thank you so much for all the work you put into this series. I've been jumping about rather with the various tutorials, so I still have lots of gaps to fill in. However, I can tell you that my video editing is now vastly improved!

Ann Baldwin
http://annbaldwin.zenfolio.com/
'Art Changes Lives'
@Ann Baldwin
by Andrew Devis
Hi Ann

Thanks for the comments and for giving me some feedback, I'm delighted that you've found the series helpful and hope that you will come back to it whenever you need.

To be honest, I didn't realise quite how much work it was going to be when I started it, but I'm pleased it went ok and is now finished.

Love your site btw, you have a real gift.
Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...


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