Category Archives: Premiere Pro

Create Cinemagraphs for Instagram (Moving Pictures) | Photoshop & Premiere Pro Tutorial

What are Cinemagraphs? Cinemagraphs (Moving Pictures) are a cool hybrid between photography and video. It creates the illusion that the subject in the photo is frozen in time. This photography technique can easily be recreated in post with the help of programs like Photoshop and Premiere Pro. Take a look at our newest tutorial on […]

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CUSTOM KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS | Edit Faster in Premiere Pro

Creating custom keyboard shortcuts is an easy way to become more efficient in your editing. Whether it be making a cut, rendering in to out, adding video transitions, or creating nested sequences, you can make all these actions possible with the click of a button. Once Premiere is open, click Premiere Pro in the top left […]

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SPICE UP YOUR EDITS WITH SPEED RAMPS | Premiere Pro Tutorial

Speed ramps are an easy way to spice up your edits and make your videos a little more exciting. How to Create Speed Ramps? Start off by opening up your Premiere project and dragging your desired footage into the timeline. Right-click your footage on the timeline and click Show Clip Keyframes -> Time Remapping -> […]

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My FAVOURITE Premiere Pro Shortcuts

Every function, tool, and effect in Premiere Pro has a keyboard shortcut, which means there is a faster way to do everything in this program. Time = Money and the faster you can cut together a video, the faster you get paid and the faster you move on to your next gig. Therefore, it is […]

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How to Organize + Prep Video Editing Projects for Beginners (Premiere Pro)

Learning how to properly organize and prep your video editing projects is a MUST for keeping your clients happy. While it’s important to deliver a quality product, on time and with efficiency, it is also important that you deliver the video assets back to the client in an organized way. A messy project and hard […]

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Premiere Pro: How to Fix Shaky Video Clips Using Warp Stabilizer?

Shaky footage can be a video editor’s worst nightmare, but luckily, there may be a way to save your footage with the right tools. Premiere Pro carries the Warp Stabilizer effect which can be used to fix shaky footage. It’s as simple as dragging the effect onto your desired clip and playing around with the […]

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RedRick Technologies

 RedRick Glide Floating Work Surface Overview Created for RedRick Technologies Directed & Filmed by Gotham Studios https://www.redricktechnologies.com/

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Longwoods

Longwoods: The Story of Mike Austin Created for Gotham Studios Directed & Filmed by Steven Domjancic https://www.gotham-studios.com/

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