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Premiere Pro: Matching Cameras

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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows one approach to matching footage from different cameras. Sometimes, as editors, we receive footage from our clients that is from different cameras which may not have been set up in the same way. This can lead to a jarring effect when viewing the footage back as you switch between cameras which can distract your audience - a very big foe-par! But, matching cameras can be a difficult and frustrating process.

While the solution Andrew demonstrates isn't instantaneous and will require time to master, once mastered, it will enable you to quickly and effectively solve problems to (at the very least) ensure your audience isn't distracted when you switch cameras.



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Re: Premiere Pro: Matching Cameras
by Cassie O'Neil
I made an account just to say YOU'RE THE BEST! This saved me hours of headaches.
Re: Premiere Pro: Matching Cameras
by Andrew Devis
Thanks Rowby

I hope the other tutorials will also be helpful.

Andrew

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Re: Premiere Pro: Matching Cameras
by Rowby Goren
Thanks for such an excellent Tutorial. You really clarified things for me!

I'll be checking out your other tutorials.

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Re: Premiere Pro: Matching Cameras
by Andrew Devis
Hi Prasanna

I'm really pleased to hear that the tutorials are helpful. In fact, that is one of the really great strengths of Creative Cow, to provide good tutorials at no cost :o)

Lots more are planned, so keep coming back.

Thanks for the comment
Andrew

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Re: Premiere Pro: Matching Cameras
by prasanna kumar
thanks its very use full for poor students and thaks a lot


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