ThemeKeeper Elements, our sister website, includes many templates for popular video editing apps like Adobe After Effects and Premiere: These templates can give you a head start on a project and help you create professional videos, even for rookie video editors.
Set the stage for a strong start with these Adobe Premiere templates! Whether this is for your next YouTube video, company project, or just home movies, it’s easier than you think to create a compelling opener.
The goal of any video production is to gain and keep the audience’s attention. While color is a great place to start, there are several other really useful tools that can help you catch your viewers’ eyes.
Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the most popular video editing programs. It’s cross-platform, and it’s easy to get started with but still has plenty of powerful features.
Using color grading is a great way to add a new dimension to your own projects, but it can also be the ticket to paid work for others. The key to success in color grading—both personally and professionally—is to be deeply inquisitive about the process, practice your skills regularly, and promote your services.
You only get one chance to film a wedding, and pressure can be high. Here, we look at 5 Amazing Assets that can help ease some of the stress and let you focus on creating a wedding video that will preserve happy memories for years to come.
Many elements go into elevating a video production from simply watchable to truly memorable. One is continuity of feeling: a consistent look and feel that ties distinct shots together into a cohesive whole.
ThemeKeeper Elements recently launched its video section with more than 50,000 video templates and stock footage clips, adding even more value to the subscription. Ranging from stock photos to graphics to video templates, Elements is ideal for an editor on a deadline.
You want your video to stand out, and why wouldn’t you?! Templates are a great way to add unique, eye-catching effects quickly and easily. We’ve picked 10 of our favourite video templates with cool special effects, so that you can add wow factor to your project.
It’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words—but whicxh words? How easy it is to forget that photos and videos are powerful storytelling tools, but only if you know how to use them. A big part of telling stories with images is to give your videos a unique and distinctive visual “look.”
It sounds silly, but the trailer for your film can make or break your whole production. Even if you aren’t creating a video that will appear in theaters, you can still produce an awesome trailer: remember, the same it’s-gotta-be-good rule applies to all production equally, regardless of budget. Luckily, anyone can create trailers on a shoestring budget using a template. In this article, you’ll meet ten movie trailer templates for Adobe Premiere Pro.
A video transition is an animated cut: a powerful a way to cue your viewers to a change or development in your story. Transitions help create the mood for your video, and help set the stage for each scene. By creating a sense of change with a transition, you can shift and control your viewer’s experience—and build your video to an emotional climax.
Exposure to local culture is a big part of the appeal of travel, but, like at home, not everyone is open to being on camera. Some people, cultures and religions are sensitive about image-making in general. Some countries don’t like you to take pictures of military facilities, and some are sensitive about recording children. It’s wise to research the customs, laws, and expectations of the places you’re visiting.
If you’re of the more technically-minded type of video maker, you may not have considered just how important color is. What do you think of visually when you think of terms like “warm”, “cool”, and “neutral?” Color is one of the strongest ways to set the overall tone in a video—in each frame and in the production as a whole.