Greenscreen (or chromakey) video is a popular technique that makes it easy to shoot a subject against a simple backdrop and then replace it later during the video editing stage of the project. This offers flexibility in storytelling and is a very popular technique that’s used in both film, television, and web video. Both the greenscreen footage and the background used in the video are courtesy Adobe Stock Keying in Adobe Premiere Pro Adobe Premiere Pro has a powerful, fast, and intuitive Chromakey effect called Ultra Key. The … [Read more...] about How to Key Greenscreen Video in Adobe Premiere Pro
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There's a great shortcut in Premiere Pro CC that allows you to add and edit a Marker more quickly. Use this anytime you want to add a series of photos to your timeline. In the Timeline or Source monitor, just tap M M (that’s two M’s quickly in a row). A new marker is added and the Edit Marker dialog box opens. You can now add notes or comments to improve communication between those working on a project, or just leave a note so you remember important project details for yourself. … [Read more...] about Shortcut Adds Premiere Pro CC Markers
When you’re working in Adobe Premiere Pro, you may need a new Photoshop file for a text layer or a new still photo. Adobe Premiere Pro offers a useful shortcut that makes it easy to keep your project organized and preserve file compatibility. In Adobe Premiere Pro, click in the timeline for an active project. This specifies which settings to use. Choose File > New > New Photoshop File. A new dialog box opens and self-populates with the dimensions, editing timebase, and pixel aspect ratio of the selected sequence. Click OK to … [Read more...] about Jump From Premiere Pro To Photoshop And Back
LUTs or Look Up Tables are a great way to add a constant colour theme to your footage in Premiere Pro. If you're already familiar with Photoshop then it may be easier for you to do the colour work in Photoshop and then import it to Premiere, in this vide I'll show you how. In this video I cover; Opening Lumetri Using LUTs in Premiere Pro Using LUTs in Photoshop Creating LUTs in Photoshop Importing LUTs into Premiere Pro Adding a LUT to a single or multiple clips in a sequence. https://youtu.be/oDRogsrQSCg … [Read more...] about Creating LUTs for Premiere Pro in Photoshop
We continue our look at editing video from a photographer's point of view. Be sure to check out these earlier articles (Why edit in Photoshop and The editing process). If you have Adobe Creative Cloud, you have three different choices when it comes to editing video. Additionally, the many suite configurations often put many software packages into the hands of Adobes customers. Many users often wonder which tool is right for their workflow. With so many choices, which is the right one? The answer it depends. Adobe Photoshop When it comes to … [Read more...] about Which Adobe App Should a Photographer Use to Edit Video?