No matter what video editing app you use, there are likely transitions built-in that help you cut between scenes. Standard transitions like fades and cuts are often preferred for their simplicity and ease-of-use.
Matte transitions are an easy way to add more production value to a video, and they can be done very quickly and easily. Let’s take a closer look at what they are and how they work.
Saturation describes the intensity of colors in an image or video. When a frame is totally desaturated, it appears as black and white. Conversely, increasing saturation will make the colors more present and noticeable.
There’s nothing worse than skin that looks unnatural in video footage. We’ve all had cases where a subject looked overly orange thanks to incandescent lighting, or washed out thanks to nasty fluorescent bulbs.
White balance is one of the key factors that controls color, but how can you adjust it in your video footage? Adobe Premiere has a ton of built-in tools for color correction, but can be a bit tricky to learn if you’re coming from a photo editing background.
Almost all video footage will need corrections when it comes out of camera. Adobe Premiere has a range of tools that can help you correct many of these common factors.
Adobe Premiere has built-in tools feature enough power to color correct your video footage with no other plug-ins or apps. In this lesson, you’ll learn about the RGB and YUV color scopes, two of the best tools you can use to achieve perfect color.
So far in this course, you’ve learned that you can do your color corrections in Adobe Premiere Pro, and some of the basics of how and why. In this video you’ll get to know the full tools inside of Premiere that you can use to adjust color.
Raw video footage is almost never perfectly color balanced. Transforming your raw footage into the final video, you might be battling white balance and tone settings—settings that control the overall color and look of your video footage in big ways.
If you are looking for ways to add that extra edge to drone videos for your clients, consider compositing in subtle stock footage elements with alpha channels. If composited correctly (and within reason) this technique can help accentuate your drone videos.
Unlock Premiere Pro’s Extra Superpowers. You might know Adobe Premiere Pro as an powerful non-linear video editing program, but did you know that your NLE can do all sorts of things besides editing?