Category Archives: Tutorials

Premiere Pro: Add Light Leaks to Your Videos

Light leaks are a cool, aesthetic overlay that can be applied to your videos, which is meant to represent gaps in your camera, where light is able to “leak through”. Real light leaks could often be found in older, film cameras and footage, which is why this effect can give your videos a nostalgic feel. […]

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Basic Keyframing in After Effects: Positioning, Scale & Opacity

Adobe After Effects is a digital visual effects and motion graphics program, that can be used for keying, tracking, compositing, and animation. In this tutorial, viewers are going to learn the basics of keyframing, and how keyframes can be used for simple animation, such as positioning, scale, and opacity. Keyframing is used in almost all […]

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Colourgrading for Beginners & How to Create Your Own LUTS?

Using Adobe Premiere Pro’s “Lumetri Panel”, video editors can apply simple, but professional looking colour-correction and colour-grading to their footage. In the tutorial below, viewers will learn how to bring raw video footage to life, with the use of curves, lumetri scopes, vibrance, saturation, and sharpness. Additionally, this tutorial will teach editors how to create […]

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How to Create Proxies in Adobe Premiere Pro & Media Encoder?

Editing with 4K footage can sometimes be a slow and frustrating experience depending on the type of computer you have, as well as its GPU (graphics processing unit). If you find that your computer can’t handle editing in 4K, it may be time to introduce proxies into your workflow. Proxies (sometimes called dailies) are low-resolution […]

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