Speed Ramping in Premiere Pro

Transition smoothly from fast to slow, and slow to fast with this fun feature in Adobe Premiere.

Relinking Media in Adobe Premiere Pro

Relink “Offline” and missing media files in Adobe Premiere.

Creating a Lower 3rd Graphic with Premiere, Part 3

Join Daniel as we go through adding motion to the 3rd installment of this lower third creation series—made totally in After Effects, no outside programs!

Staying Organized with Markers in Premiere

Get organized, work fluidly (yeah, not the words most video creatives want to hear) Simple steps to keep you on track using markers in Adobe Premiere.

Dynamic Linking Between Premiere and After Effects

Daniel helps remove the mystery behind Dynamic Linking, and shows you how easy Dynamic Linking can be between Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects.

Getting Started with Adobe Premiere Pro

If you’re new to Premiere Pro, you’ll want to check out this tutorial from Daniel Bryant. He walks you through the basics of setting up a new project, importing video clips, editing your clips, and exporting the final video.

Exporting Video from Premiere Pro

There are many options and settings for exporting video files from Premiere Pro. Daniel explains the options and gives his recommendations for various projects to clear up some of the confusion.

Using Masks and Tracking in Premiere Pro CC

In this tutorial, Daniel Bryant goes over some of the increased abilities of Premiere Pro when it comes to masks and tracking. In his examples, he uses Levels adjustment and blur effects on his footage and then isolates those effects using an ellipse mask. He also shows how Premiere can now track a moving subject and maintain a mask that is applied to the subject moves through the frames.

Color Correction in Premiere Pro CS6

This tutorial covers basic color correction in Premiere Pro. Daniel Bryant goes over three different ways to correct color in Premiere Pro. The first is using the Fast Color Corrector. The next way is through a Levels adjustment. The third way is using the Three-way color corrector. Follow along and learn how to get the best-looking video you can.

Designing Titles with Adobe Premiere

In this video, Daniel Bryant shows off the basics of creating titles in Premiere Pro by creating a standard lower third title window and adding text. Daniel uses a gradient to overlay the text over the video. He also creates a preset to make other titles with ease, creates a shortcut to call the template quickly, and demonstrates how to add a vignette to the edges of the video.

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