Users don’t want to sit and read through reams and reams of text on the internet, and with attention spans shorter than ever, you need to work hard to keep visitors engaged when they land on your site. A video is a great way of doing this, so take a moment to read about the most important steps in the video creation process.
The suite of video applications inside Adobe's Creative Cloud will soon have another round of interesting new features being added. With the announcement centered around the International Broadcasting Convention, or IBC 2013, as of mid-October 2013, PreLude CC, Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, SpeedGrade …
Multiple camera angles from the same shot gives your video footage an added depth and the right post-production editing allows you to make the most out of a particular shot. Creating multiple framing options from one take can help you make better edits and cut …
Adding background footage in post-production can turn a good video into an amazing one and in this week’s ReelRebel tutorial we show you an advanced editing technique that will really help you get more creative with your videos. Tune in to find out how to make the most of your video content.
There are many reasons to blur out people’s faces: protect their identity or privacy, or if they didn’t sign a talent release for your broadcast. You can use it any time you need to blur anything out. This is how to use it in Adobe Premiere.
You want to learn how to color correct your images in a quick and easy way? Well, you can, but remember it takes lots of practice over the years to get everything right. But the Fast Color Corrector in Premiere will point you in the right direction.
So you have some footage that has just a little more shake than you’d like. Fortunately for you, you have some options in post-production through Adobe Premiere’s Warp Stabilizer feature. Just remember, fix that before you get to this point next time.
Getting that black and white and just one other color effect is easy when you follow these steps in Adobe Premiere (Final Cut Pro is similar). It’s a color correction technique that has been used in movies like Sin City and Pleasantville and you can use it when you want to do something a little creative with your video.
One of the most overlooked aspects of uploading videos to YouTube and Vimeo is the proper export settings from your editing software, such as Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere. Selecting the correct export settings means having the highest quality video possible when it uploads to a popular video site.
Slow motion isn’t a difficult thing to do. But there is a time and place for it. We take a look at what slow motion does for the clips in your timeline and how to achieve those effects in iMovie and Adobe Premiere. And we even have a bonus tip for you if the basics aren’t enough.