For all you Final Cut Pro users here is our list of the top 10 video editing shortcut keys you need to know. And for you Adobe Premiere users, we have an extra bonus for you at the bottom.
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Using a green screen is a really easy way to come up with some really creative video. Luckily, Adobe Premiere has an easy-to-use Chroma Key tool that will make this process quick and simple. Here are the steps:
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If you’re in the market for video editing software there is no doubt that you have been bombarded by choices. Even within each brand, more and more options are becoming available for consumers. Adobe is no exception. They have two primary video editing products available right now: Premiere Elements and Premiere Pro. We’ve done our best to break down the features of each product to help you make the right decision for your editing needs.
Creating a photo slide show is a great way to share your pictures with friends in a creative way, and making them is really easy to do using Adobe Premiere Pro. You can use the Effect Controls to give your pictures motion, also known as the Ken Burns Effect. This will transform your project from just a basic slide show to an elegant and exciting story telling device.