Adobe Premier Pro video tutorials every editor should know

[ 1 ] April 22, 2015 |

While perusing the web, I came across a comprehensive list of Adobe Premier Pro video tutorials for the professional and aspiring editor, compiled by Premium Beat. The tutorials divulge the capturing and importing of footage, to more professional multi-cam editing and warp stabilizing, which essentially is the entire post-production workflow. So check out the tutorials listed below, touted the ‘holy grail’ for any video editor!

The Interface

via Lynda.com

 

Importing/Capturing Media

via UWWLTC

 

Basic Timeline Editing

via Lynda.com

 

Three  and Four Point Editing

‘Three and four point editing’  is an important part of video production, as this relates to how your workflow will look in Premier Pro.

via Creative Cow

 

 Keyboard Shortcuts

This one thing you definitely want to know, as shortcuts tremendously speed up your edits.

via Videomaker

 

Adding Effects

via The New Boston

 

Colour Correction

Colour correction and grading will provide you with the necessary tools to get that professional video look, a feature commonly overlooked by new users.

via Roberto Blake

 

Multicam Editing

This feature comes in handy if you have recorded footage from a live event or TV show with multiple video clips. By using this feature, you are able to switch between multiple video feeds in real time like on a live production.

via Infinite Skills

 

Audio Editing

Audio is an integral part of video production, which is why it can completely ruin your work, if sound was not mixed correctly in post. The video below will ensure that you do not make the same mistakes again.

via Medill School

 

Exporting Video

After completing your edit, you will need to know the export format and with the large amount of options available on Premier, it is not exactly an easy task. To ease your confusion, the tutorial below will show you how to export video from Premier Pro

via Curtis Judd

 

Using Dynamic Link

This feature allows you to link to other Adobe software like After Effects, which is very useful when you work with motion and graphic design.

via Video2brain

 

Creating Credits

via BizVidCommunications

 

Warp Stabilizer

The warp stabilizer effect is an awesome tool, enabling you to quickly smoothen out any shaky footage. This feature can also be used to minimize rolling shutter.

via Karl Miller

 

Adding Markers

Markers come in handy if you are working in a team, as this allows you to add edit notes or tasks that need to be completed in Premier Pro’s timeline

via HowTechMultimedia

 

Project Manager

When saving your project, it only includes the project file but no video assets are included. By using the project manager to save your project you are able to copy all video assets used within your project to a new location.

via Lynda.com

 

 

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