Category Archives: Tutorials

Super 8 Film Look | Old Film Effect (Premiere Pro Tutorial)

Create A Custom Super 8 Film Look in Premiere Pro! Learn how to Add Grain, Create Custom Gradient Overlays, and Crop your Video to make it look like Old Film. Learn how to create this effect by watching this step-by-step tutorial!

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Find Royalty Free Music For Your Videos | Both Free & Paid Options

Are you a video creator who is searching for royalty-free / copyright-free music? In this tutorial, I will show you some great royalty-free platforms, and explain the importance of following attribution laws. Ignoring attribution laws and using music without permission could get you in trouble or may lead to having your videos taken down. Fortunately, […]

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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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Create Instagram Panoramas in Photoshop | QUICK Tutorial

Panoramas are a cool and easy way to spice up your Insta feed! From taking the pictures to posting the panorama onto your Insta feed, this tutorial has got you covered on everything you need to know. You can create gorgeous panoramas with just the click of a button with either your camera or your […]

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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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After Effects Tutorial: Create Cool Text Reveal Titles

Creating the text reveal effect in After Effects is a great way to add a little pizzazz to your title graphics! It’s as simple as adding text to your timeline and tracking it to a shape layer (Alpha Inverted Matte). You can then reveal the text by animating the shape layer. For all you visual […]

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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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