Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 65: Time Remapping, Pt 3

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In the last lesson in our Premiere Pro tutorial series, we ended up with eased Speed Keyframes before and after a major event: Now, let’s add a ‘Hold’ keyframe at the top of this jump: In Premiere Pro, move your playhead to the place where you … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 64: Time Remapping Pt 2

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In my previous Premiere Pro tutorial (click here), we ended up with keyframes before and after a major event, as shown in the image below: So how do you make the actual speed change? This is done by hovering over the grey line between the two keyframes until … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 63: Time Remapping

Choosing Time Remapping on a Clip

By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In this Premiere Pro tutorial, I'll be focusing on Time Remapping, which enables advanced tools to play with the timing of your shot. With other tools such as the ‘Rate Stretch Tool,’ the speed change is constant, but with time remapping you can vary the change in … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 61: Other Speed Change Options

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By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In the last couple of Premiere Pro tutorials, we’ve looked at changing the speed of a clip with 4-point edits. However, there are a few more options for changing the speed of a clip including the ‘Rate Stretch’ tool covered in tutorial 19: The next … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 60: Getting Slow-Motion Clips To Play Well

Rendered – Green Line

By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In the last tutorial, we talked about 4-point edits and how to use this to create slow-motion clips. However, there is a gotcha here … while speeding up a clip will result in Premiere Pro dropping frames, to slow a clip down means it must create new frames to … [Read more...]

Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 59: 4-Point Edits

In and Out in Timeline

By Andrew Devis (doodleNEWS) In the previous Premiere Pro tutorial, we looked at 3-point edits, but as well as specifying either an 'In' OR 'Out' point in the timeline, it’s possible to specify BOTH an 'In' AND 'Out' point in the timeline. You can see the duration of your selection in … [Read more...]