All tagged 2016-40

Forbes: Godzilla Resurgence Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Godzilla Resurgence had roaring success at the Japan box office. According to this Forbes interview with the film's co-editor, Atsuki Sato, Godzilla Resurgence was cut in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Atsuki and his team decided on Premiere Pro CC based on previous experiences that taught them "the importance of carrying out filming, editing and VFX in  an entirely integrated manner." The integration with other Creative Cloud applications, particularly Dynamic Link with After Effects CC, continues to be a prevailing reason why filmmakers are choosing to edit with Premiere Pro CC. Check out the full Forbes interview with Atsuki Sato, which includes a picture of the Godzilla Resurgence edit inside Premiere Pro CC.

"We decided to compose our editing studio based on Adobe’s Premiere Pro CC, which enables integration for multiple devices and provides a flexible editing situation where multiple people could work simultaneously." —Atsuki Sato

Dylan Osborn: Set up a Proxy Workflow, Part 2

This is the 2nd Done With Dylan tutorial in a 2-part series on proxy workflows in Premiere Pro. In this video, Dylan Osborn shows how to create both an encoding and ingest preset for proxies. Choosing the right aspect ratio for your proxies can be confusing. Luckily, Dylan has done all the math for you. He has provided a proxy conversion chart with the aspect ratios and frame sizes for common footage resolutions (see below). Visit Dylan's site to download his Proxy Frame Size Conversion Chart.

Part two shows you how to create custom ingest presets for different proxy frame sizes in four minutes. —Dylan Osborn

tdcat: Convert Stereo to Mono in Premiere Pro

In this short video tutorial, shows how to make a stereo track behave like a mono track using the Fill Left/Fill Right audio effects in Premiere Pro. Very useful if you've got a stereo clip, and one of the channels is the onboard camera audio.

Short tutorial on how to use one channel of a stereo track in Adobe Premiere Pro or make a dual mono track. This is useful to force a stereo vocal track to mono or use maybe only the left channel when the right channel has a different mic source. —

TheHighTechHobbyist: 15 Best Premiere Pro Tutorials of 2016

Check out the top 15 Premiere Pro tutorials of 2016 recommended by TheHighTechHobbyist. Tutorials cover everything from editing and transitions to color and effects. This list goes beyond just the basics, there's plenty of specific tutorials on how to create logo animations, custom transitions, and the Sin City effect. This is a great roundup featuring YouTube channels including: (Jordy Vandeput), Kriscoart, and more!

Premiere Pro CC can be a little overwhelming when you first open it up. So you’re probably wondering: what can I do with it, and how do I do it? We’ve got you covered! —TheHighTechHobbyist

Derek Lieu: How to Make a Sound Reverb Out

Editor Derek Lieu, probably most known for his 26 Simple Tricks For Faster Editing (Premiere Pro CC), published a new blog post on how to "reverb out" in Premiere Pro CC. The challenge is the reverb only lasts till the end of the audio clip, so you're SOL if you want to end on a specific beat in a song. Sure, you could accomplish this easy in a DAW, but Derek has come up with a workaround for this within Premiere Pro CC. Watch the video above, or visit Derek's How to Make Sound Reverb Out blog post to follow along.

"Sometimes you need a sound effect or piece of music to reverb out. It could be a scream in a horror trailer, or something else that reverbs out over a cut to black. More commonly I use it when I want a piece of music I’m editing to end on a specific note to create a stop down moment in a trailer. Mostly it just gives me more options for editing music for trailers." —Derek Lieu

Premiumbeat: Create Custom Effect Presets in Premiere Pro

Learn how to customize and save your own Premiere Pro effects in this Premiumbeat tutorial by Jason Boone. Watch the video above, or read to the blog post, to follow along with Jason as he shows how to create an effect preset that can be saved for later use, and easily shared with others.

"Understanding how to use effects in Premiere Pro is a great skill set to have as a video editor. The real power comes with learning how to customize and save your own effect presets. Let’s take a look at how to customize an effect in the Effect Controls panel, go over how to save a preset in the Effects panel, and learn how to export our final custom effect presets to share with others." —Jason Boone

Screenlight: Master Keyframe Interpolation in Premiere Pro

Premiere Pro trainer Jason Cox makes another appearance on the Screenlight blog. This time he shows how to do keyframe interpolation in Premiere Pro. In short, interpolation controls the animation between two keyframes. Keyframe interpolation is important because it will help your animation appear smooth and more natural. To learn more, visit: Controlling Effect Changes Using Keyframe Interpolation in Premiere Pro.

Changing keyframe interpolation is all about changing how a clip gets from value A to value B - that is, how fast and what path it takes to get there. —Jason Cox, Screenlight Blog