I have been using Adobe Premiere Pro for my YouTube videos since I started on YouTube, and although it took some time to learn, figuring out how to edit videos for YouTube in Premiere Pro is one of the best decisions I ever made! In this Premiere Pro tutorial, I'm going to take you on a walkthrough and show you exactly how I edit my YouTube videos.
I am in love with Instagram's Stories feature, but it is a challenge to figure out how to upload pre-recorded, edited content. Have you ever noticed that high-profile Instagram accounts like @garyvee and @gopro upload a mix of “on the fly” and pre-produced, edited clips to Instagram Stories? (more…)
If you have time lapse footage on your hard drive waiting to be edited, try this easy tip and take your time-lapse to the next level! (more…)
I don't really watch horror movies or scary movies, but every once and a while I see videos or commercials and I wonder “how did they do those spooky video edits it like that?!”. In this week's video, Let me show you some tricks in Premiere Pro and some cool stuff in Filmora, too. (more…)
I have both Adobe Premiere Pro and Premiere Elements, and I've used both. As you (probably) know, I'm all about teaching you how to create and edit videos… so I like to explore and learn the what video editing options are out there. So, Premiere Pro vs Premiere Elements – what's the difference? (more…)
If you've spent some time in Premiere Pro, editing GoPro videos and getting things just the way you want them, then at some point, you might want to export your GoPro videos in Premiere Pro as well.
That way you can share then with the world! And Premiere Pro is pretty flexible, but with that flexibility comes some complication… so let me break down the settings I use in Premiere Pro and how I export my GoPro videos.
Whether or not you shoot with Protune on or off, you might need to adjust and correct your colors when editing your clips. Color correction doesn't have to be complicated! (more…)
One of my favorite things about graduating to Adobe Premiere Pro from other video editing programs is that the workspace is completely customizable. (more…)
Did you know that you can remove GoPro fisheye in Adobe Premiere Pro? Today, we're going to cover some of the very basic editing functions of Premiere Pro, as well as applying the lens correction preset to your GoPro videos so that you can get rid of your fisheye effect.
Do you have to convert your GoPro files before editing them, or can you just use your videos straight from the camera? That seems to be the mystery of the day! And I'll be honest… I have never converted GoPro clips before editing in Premiere Pro, but since I see this question pop up a lot, I thought maybe I should check it out. (more…)