While Adobe Premiere Pro is not designed to be a full-fledged compositing tool, you will find a lot of effects as well as the controls needed to pull of previsualization effects. How can you do this? In this video, Richard Harrington takes a look at a simple previsualization example to show how it works in Premiere Pro.
- Now, most people don't think of Premiere Pro…as a tool for previsualization of effects,…but it's actually quite capable.…A lot of the basic tools that were in early versions…of After Effects are actually included with Premiere Pro.…And in many cases, they work in real time.…Let's do a basic comp effect here.…Now, I'm continuing to work with the same project,…and I'm going to maximize the project panel here for a moment,…and you'll see a sequence called "PreViz".…Just double-click to open that…and we've got a basic effect here.…
Now, I'm going to expand this a little bit,…and there's two clips in play.…What we have is a green-screen shot,…and, below it, footage for the screen…that the gentleman is watching.…Now, this type of approach is often used in promos…by putting green on the electronic device,…maybe the television screen or on a tablet or smartphone,…it's possible to comp in footage later.…This makes it easy to integrate this into a promo…and show what's going to be on today's show.…
Or to cut in screens of the app as the app continues…
- Keying in Premiere Pro vs. After Effects
- Importing footage to key
- Stacking layers in Premiere Pro
- Using the Ultra Keyer
- Using KEYLIGHT
- Enhancing a key with 3D lights
- Deciding when to use a third-party tool
- Processing backdrops in Photoshop
- Exchanging transparency data
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Deciding Where to Key Your Footage
2. Importing Footage to Key
3. Keying in Adobe Premiere Pro
4. Keying in Adobe After Effects
5. Selected Third-Party Keyers
6. Processing Backdrops in Photoshop
7. Backdrop Techniques
8. Exchanging Transparency Data
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