Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 58: 3-Point Edits

In Point in the Timeline

By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) 3-point edits are the most common type of edits in Premiere Pro. However, even with these standard edits, there are helpful variations to learn. So what is a 3-point edit? First, it requires you to have selected 3 points. The first 2 points are usually the In … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 53: Slip Into Sync

Adobe Premiere Pro

By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) One of the reasons why you might want to un-link the video and audio portions of a clip in Premiere Pro is to create an edit type called a ‘split edit.’ In short, you want the audio or the video to start before the other part to help build anticipation, or as part … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 46: Adaptive Noise Reduction, Pt 1

Preset Options

By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In this Premiere Pro tutorial, I begin a short series on Adaptive Noise Reduction. Adaptive Noise Reduction Effect in Premiere Pro This is an advanced noise reduction effect that attempts to look at the whole signal with all its complexity, and form a noise … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 45: Audio Noise Reduction and Order of Effects

Order of Effects

By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) So far in our recent Premiere Pro tutorials, we have looked at sweetening our sound with the Parametric Equalizer, and then compressing our signal with the Tube-modeled Compressor. But what if we have noisy audio? Is there a way to deal with that? The simple … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro CC Tutorial Part 31: Audio Track Mixer – Automation Modes, Pt 1

Automation Modes

By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In this new Premier Pro tutorial, the Audio Track Mixer is where you will find a drop-down menu which by default says ‘Read.’ If you click this drop-down, you will find several other options – 'Off', 'Latch', 'Touch' and 'Write.' So what are these modes and how … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro CC Tutorial Part 30: Group Panel Settings

Adobe Premiere Pro

By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) You may have noticed a change in the way some panels are stacked in newer versions of Premiere Pro and After Effects. A great example of this is the Lumetri Color Panel which you can find to the right of your UI if you choose the ‘Color’ workspace. The … [Read more...]