This tutorial will show you the best settings for exporting a video for YouTube, from Adobe Premiere Pro.
Now that you have finished editing your video in Adobe Premiere Pro, it’s time to export it and share it with the world! This tutorial will show you how to export a video from Adobe Premiere Pro quickly and easily.
In this tutorial, you will learn four shortcuts that create screenshots that are either saved on your desktop or on your clipboard.
Renaming files one by one can be very time consuming, but batch renaming can be done almost instantly. This tutorial shows you how.Read More
Audio is as important and sometimes even more important than video. In this tutorial, I am teaching you how to get perfect levels every time.
A lot of people don’t realize how quick and easy it is to synchronize your audio inside of Premiere Pro. In order to edit your video, your audio has to be synchronized first. This tutorial will show you how in just a few short steps.
In our last video about adding music, we learned that if a video is longer than a music track, we can repeatedly drag and drop the music track over to the timeline. But we also understood that this is not the best practice as the music will not have smooth transitions between each clip. Read More
Music can make your video more engaging and help hold your viewers’ interest. This tutorial will show you how to add music to your video in Adobe Premiere Pro.Read More
In this tutorial, I will show you how to apply the Ken Burns effect to your slide presentations in Premiere Pro.Read More
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how much I made on YouTube, and how you can get monetized too!
Have you ever wanted to convert vertical videos to square or horizontal videos. Or horizontal videos to square or vertical? This tutorial will show you how to do this in Adobe Premiere Pro.Read More
We’re going to talk about adding text to a video to make it more interesting, by providing descriptions as well as adding personal information like website and social media information at the end. It’s actually pretty easy to add text in Adobe Premiere Pro.
When you want some parts of your video to be fast and some parts to be slow, you need to apply speed ramping or time remapping to the video. Follow this method to make your videos more cinematic and interesting!Read More
To enhance the creativity of a video, or provide graphic features, many times files can be created in Adobe Photoshop and then imported into Adobe Premiere Pro. The procedure is easy, here’s how:Read More
Nothing can damage the quality of a video more than a lot of background noise. I am going to show you quick and easy ways to remove or reduce background noise so that your videos will be top quality. Read More
With some easy adjustments, you can quickly change your clip’s speed to slow motion and fast motion in Premiere Pro. Here’s how:Read More
Learn about my favorite Adobe Premiere Pro shortcuts for advanced users. These will help maximize your efficiency.
If you move your project or media folder or rename it, you will get an error message from Premiere Pro, saying Missing media for these clips. Here is how to show Premiere Pro where to find it:
Premiere Pro has a lot of transitions, but no way to preview them. In this video I’ll show you all of them in 2 minutes!
Learn my favorite Premiere Pro shortcuts to accelerate your workflow and save time! These are techniques every beginner needs to know.Read More
Learn how to stabilize shaky footage in Premiere Pro using the Warp Stabilizer effect. Stabilizing shaky footage in Premiere Pro is easy!Read More
In this video, the Web Guru (https://webguru.info) will show you how to import layered Adobe Illustrator files directly into Adobe After Effects. For this to work properly, you must make sure your artwork is organized onto multiple layers inside of Illustrator before you import to After Effects. Watch the video for full details.Read More
In this video the Web Guru will show you the Proxy workflow in Premiere Pro. Is your video skipping or dropping frames during playback? The Proxy workflow can help. First, Premiere Pro will create low-resolution proxies of all your original media.Read More
If you try to apply both warp stabilizer and speed change to a clip in Adobe Premiere Pro, you will receive an error message. This video shows a quick workaround so that you can apply both!Read More
This video by the webguru (https://webguru.info) will show you how to import Illustrator files directly into Adobe Premiere Pro. Simply go to File — Import and then browsing to your Illustrator file. Read More
This video by the webguru (https://webguru.info) will show you how to import a Photoshop file directly into Premiere Pro. Simple go to File -Import and browse to the PSD file.Read More