Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Introduction to special effects with Premiere Pro, part of Premiere Pro CS6 Effects Workshop.
Premiere Pro CS6 is incredebliy popular now as a nonlinear editing system. …And essentially, that means it's a cutter. …It's for organizing your media, putting it together into sequences, chopping it …up, doing some trimming and sending it on for your effects work and finishing. …Or is it? You can actually use Premiere Pro to do …some incredibly high-quality finishing and special effects as well. …It's not always necessary for you to send your work on to After Effects, or Speed …Grade or some other finishing application.…
In this course, we're going to be looking over a lot of the different effects …available in Premiere Pro, and looking at some of the most powerful workflows. …We've got a ton of stuff to look at. We can look at rotobrush work using After Effects. …That's one of the small number of things that we'll be looking at in another …application for chopping out video from its own background. …We'll be looking at clustering and combining special effects, so you can …produce presets which are made from a mixture of effects rather than just one …
- 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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