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Working with Audio in Adobe Premiere Pro

Working with Audio in Adobe Premiere Pro

Want to learn how to add music and sound effects to your videos using Adobe Premiere Pro? Tobias Gleissenberger of Surfaced Studio will teach you all you need to know about adding music and sound effects to your projects, creating and using submixes, working with audio keyframes, and much more.

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Tobias Gleissenberger
Adobe After Effects
Stabilize & Smooth: mocha 5 Plug-in for Adobe & Avid

Stabilize & Smooth: mocha 5 Plug-in for Adobe & Avid

Imagineer Systems and Boris FX product specialist Mary Poplin shows you how to stabilize with the new mocha Pro 5 plug-in inside of Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. This tutorial covers artistic stabilization, such as smoothing out camera movements or stabilizing around moving objects, completely locking down shots, and automatically replacing edge fill on planar backgrounds.

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Mary Poplin
Adobe Premiere Pro
Top 10 Adobe Premiere Pro Keyboard Shortcuts

Top 10 Adobe Premiere Pro Keyboard Shortcuts

Join Tobias Gleissenberger for an energetic look at the top ten keyboard shortcuts Adobe Premiere Pro. These essential tips will greatly improve your efficiency and help you optimise your editing workflow!

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Tobias Gleissenberger
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro for Absolute Beginners

Adobe Premiere Pro for Absolute Beginners

New to Premiere Pro? In this tutorial, Tobias will show you how to create a video using Adobe Premiere Pro.

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Tobias Gleissenberger
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CC: 108 Multi-Cam Synched by Audio

Premiere Pro CC: 108 Multi-Cam Synched by Audio
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis looks at the next version of Premiere Pro and shows how it can now automatically synchronise footage in a bin by various options including timecode and AUDIO! Andrew uses multiple clips and allows Premiere Pro to synchronise these clips using audio and shows us in real time how long this process takes based on a 48 min talk and 11 clips! Andrew also goes on to show some of the changes that have taken place in the headers for video and audio tracks as well as a change in how to make multi-cam edits in the up-coming next version of Premiere Pro - valuable information for anyone working with multiple cameras.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
RE:Match Non-matching Cameras in Premiere Pro

RE:Match Non-matching Cameras in Premiere Pro
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In this tutorial Andrew Devis demonstrates a relatively new plug-in by RE:Vision Effects called RE:Match and how it can very quickly and accurately deal with the very common problem of non-matching cameras in Premiere Pro. A typical approach to dealing with say a white balance issue would be to apply the fast color corrector and use the white balance picker, but this can be very hit and miss, while RE:Match deals with the whole image using another image or clip as the reference to match too. This very powerful effect can save a great deal of time for an everyday problem and so earn its cost back very quickly as well as giving excellent and fast results. There is another tutorial showing how this effect works in After Effects as there is a slightly different way the two applications deal with reference images.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 107 Rolling Shutter Repair

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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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 106 Multi-Camera Work-flow

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 106 Multi-Camera Work-flow
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis goes through the new and improved multi-camera work-flow in Premiere Pro CS6, which includes the option to use as many cameras as your system can cope with! Andrew shows how to use three clips in this tutorial, how to set them up with a synchronizing point and then how to trim footage back into the multi-camera sequence if the synchronizing points weren't in a good place. He then shows how to change between cameras and how to modify the edits created.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 105 Warp Stabilizer

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 105 Warp Stabilizer
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the 'Warp Stabilizer' effect in Premiere Pro. This powerful effect can be used to stabilize hand help or shaky footage so that the end result will be smooth motion or even no motion for the clip it is applied to. While being very powerful, the warp stabilizer works best with a good CUDA graphics card so that clips can be played back with the effect applied without the need to render the clips to see updates to any changes made.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 104 Speech Analysis

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 104 Speech Analysis
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the Speech Analysis function inside of Premiere Pro. Andrew starts by showing how to find and download speech modules for languages other than English US and then goes on to analyze two clips, one with stylized English and one with normal English to show how well Premiere Pro copes. Andrew also shows how you would attach an Adobe Story Script for greater accuracy and also how to use some of the tools to change text once created and then how Premiere Pro is frame perfect for each spoken word in the Source monitor.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 103 Analyze Content: Find Faces

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 103 Analyze Content: Find Faces
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis explains how to use the 'Find Faces' function in Premiere Pro which can be a useful function to search/filter in the project panel to display only clips showing people. Although a useful function, it does take a while to analyze the clips, so it isn't always a fast solution.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 102 Video Transitions

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 102 Video Transitions
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Video Transitions vs Video Effects Transitions: In this tutorial, Andrew Devis explains the difference between 'video transitions' and the 'video transitions' category in 'video effects'. Andrew shows how the two work and some of the advantages of using the 'video effects' as opposed to the transitions to create more organic transitions.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 101 Exposure & Lighting Effects

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 101 Exposure & Lighting Effects
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis goes through an under-used effect in Premiere Pro which can be a real shot-saver by giving you the option to completely re-light a scene with multiple lights if needed. In this tutorial, Andrew shows how to use the effect to create a volumetric lighting effect for one shot and then to save a shot which suffers from being taken in a very bright environment and lastly a shot what has issues with being too dark in places. As well as being able to re-light a shot this effect also offers an exposure control which although somewhat linked to an ambient light is still a very useful feature to have in Premiere Pro.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 100 Creative Black & White

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 100 Creative Black & White
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Although there are some obvious ways to create black and white footage in Premiere Pro, the usual approaches can often leave a lot to be desired in terms of creativity and artistic influence. So, in this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use an little known effect to make stunning and creative black and white productions in Premiere Pro which can add a great deal to the artistic credibility of your work.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 99 Ultra Key Part 2

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 99 Ultra Key Part 2
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The Ultra Key in Premiere Pro is a way of quickly and efficiently 'Green/Blue Screening' or 'Chroma Keying' footage elements shot against a colored background. In this second tutorial, Andrew Devis goes on to show how to use the Ultra Key settings and how you can use presets to help understand how certain parameters work. Andrew goes on to show how to deal with edge issues and then how to use another effects to simulate a 'light wrap' effect which brings the color of the background into the edge/alpha channel of the keyed object. Andrew finishes by showing how to deal with parts of the matte that have become semi-transparent during the keying process.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 98 Ultra Key Part 1

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 98 Ultra Key Part 1
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The Ultra Key in Premiere Pro is a way of quickly and efficiently 'Green/Blue Screening' or 'Chroma Keying' footage elements shot against a colored background. In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows a slightly more advanced way to set up to use the Ultra Key in Premiere Pro which involves matting out areas of the footage that either have items to be removed or have nothing but the chroma color in them (i.e. no action in those areas). Andrew goes through the process of creating a matte that just has the item to be keyed while keeping a good soft edge to the footage by using other effects in Premiere Pro. He then creates the final matted piece and applies the Ultra Key and goes on to shows how to adjust that matte after the Ultra Key has been applied.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 97 Track Matte Key

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 97 Track Matte Key
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the Track Matte Key effect to pixel out a face to keep a character anonymous. Andrew also shows how to use the circle effect with fast blur to create a soft matte to use with the Track Matte Key effect.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 96 Time 5: 'Burn-in' Timecode

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 96 Time 5: 'Burn-in' Timecode
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The timecode effect is often used to generate lower quality versions of footage with timecode 'burnt in' so that producers can give exact times for specific edits and selections. In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the 'Timecode' effect to generate timecode for a sequence and to show both media and clip timecodes for a piece of footage in the sequence.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 95 Time 4: Playing with Echoes

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 95 Time 4: Playing with Echoes
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the Echo effect and goes through its settings showing how to get the best out of this powerful effect. Andrew also talks a little about filming with the aim of using the Echo effect on the final product.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 94 Time 3: Posterize Time

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 94 Time 3: Posterize Time
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The 'Posterize Time' effect can be used to set a frame rate for a piece of footage or a nested sequence. However, in this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use it as a special effect to create dramatic looks for your footage or to give the impression that the footage was taken on an older camera which worked at a different (usually lower) frame rate. (Note: Although it is possible to animate this effect, it can cause unpredictable results and so any keyframes created will be hold key frames giving instant transitions rather than gradual changes).

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 93 Time 2: Time Remapping

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 93 Time 2: Time Remapping
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Time remapping is hands-down the most powerful time changing effect in Premiere Pro and also great fun to work with once you know how to use it. In this tutorial Andrew Devis shows how to vary the time of a clip, how to ease that change, how to ease into a hold keyframe and then ease back out again. He then goes on to show how to make the whole clip carry on to play backwards and how to ease the change between playing one direction and the next.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 92 Time 1: Clip Speed/Duration

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 92 Time 1: Clip Speed/Duration
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows another of the time options inside of Premiere Pro (having previously shown the rate-stretch tool in an earlier tutorial). Starting with the Speed/Duration option Andrew goes through the various ways to apply it and the advantages and limitations that it has.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 91 Export 6: Media Encoder 3

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 91 Export 6: Media Encoder 3
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In this third tutorial on Media Encoder, Andrew Devis shows how to create and use 'Watch Folders' which are folders linked inside of Media Encoder which 'watch' for any footage item that is dropped into them and then encodes that footage item to any other output type of your choice. Andrew shows how to create and set up your watch folders as well as explaining some of the limitations of watch folders as they presently work.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 90 Export 5: Media Encoder 2

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 90 Export 5: Media Encoder 2
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In this second tutorial on Media Encoder, Andrew Devis shows how to create preset groups for customers to ensure that you always export the same file types and minimize the risk of choosing the wrong presets when outputting multiple different sequences. Andrew also shows how to customize a preset to meet specific needs such as different frame rates or frame sizes etc and save that preset and add it to a preset group for the customer you created it for. Andrew then shows how to quickly select a smaller portion of the sequence so that you can test your output settings on a much smaller section of the sequence you want to export.

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Andrew Devis
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 89 Export 4: Media Encoder 1

Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 89 Export 4: Media Encoder 1
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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the Media Encoder to render out several different versions of a Premiere Pro sequence using easy to find and select presets. Andrew shows how to add sequences without even having to have Premiere Pro open and then change the preset to another one of your choice and add extra outputs to suit your customers' needs.

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Andrew Devis
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