Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Example one, part of Premiere Pro CS6 Effects Workshop.
Here's an example of a combined series of effects applied to a single clip in the …timeline in Premiere Pro. Have a look at this and I'll walk you …through the effects that I've used to get this result. …I'll just go full screen with this and let's have a play. …Now this is by no means a finessed perfect result, but it is an example of …combining multiple effects to produce a finished result that is layered and …nuanced, and there's a lot going on in there.…
I'll just start at the top and work my way down. …First of all, we've got this Orpheus Rising title. …This is the title of my next feature. And this is a viral that's produced, or …one of the shots from a viral produced for the film. …So it's a very simple font, front of the screen, and there's nothing special about …this, really. It's just a title, with a simple fade up …and fade down, in the Opacity control, the Opacity rubber band. …Then we've got some blank video, and I use this blank video, primarily out of …laziness, to introduce a fade in at the beginning, by reducing the opacity at the …
- Advanced keyframing
- Essential effects
- Adjusting color
- Adding transitions
- Working with time
- Creative effects
- Combined effect examples
- Sharing work with After Effects
Skill Level Intermediate
Premiere Pro: Documentary Editingwith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
1. Exploring Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Effects
2. Standard Controls
3. Essential Effects
4. Adjusting Color
5. Adding Transitions
6. Working with Time
7. Creative Effects
8. Combined Effect Examples
9. Sharing Work with After Effects
The Roto Brush tool7m 57s
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