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.
It’s exciting to travel to a new place, exploring new locations and cultures: video is a great way to share these experiences. You’re probably going to want to add music to your travel video, and maybe even to some stock images or footage to enhance your production. Unfortunately, we all know you can’t just pluck your favourites off the internet—you’d be violating copyright laws.
Video templates have arrived on our sister site, ThemeKeeper Elements! A subscription to Elements gives you everything you need to create polished video projects, with minimal effort. Don’t start from scratch: if you’re a designer, videographer, or animator, ThemeKeeper Elements makes creative work easier.
Screen recording and screen capture software is popular. Mac users are no different. Many Mac users make screen recordings professionally. In fact, high quality screen captures or videos can be useful for training or marketing. Or, perhaps you want to stream games online—screen recording software can help with that too.
You’ve got great travel footage, but now what? In this lesson we’ll look at how to put your video together effectively and tell a story.
In the past few years, the retro “VHS Look” has become quite popular. In this tutorial, we explore how to add a VHS look to our footage in After Effects, without using any third-party plugins.
Color grading is a creative process where you make choices about the color temperature, exposure and saturation of your video clips. Applying these can set the tone for your video production.
All it takes is sharp text with smooth animations to really grab a viewer’s attention. Even if you don’t know animation, you can use pre-built projects to create text animations.
Adding elements into a scene is a very common task in Adobe After Effects. In this lesson, we are going to dive into some compositing tips that will help you when you are adding in trees or foliage into a video clip—these techniques work for still images, too.
One of the reasons that I love Adobe Premiere is that there is such a deep community that uses the app. Because of that, there’s no shortage of resources and free templates that you can use to get ahead while producing a video.