Changing clip speeds

Changing clip speeds can create a fun effect by either slowing down or speeding up a clip.  To do this, add the clip to your timeline, then right click and go to speed/duration To increase speed, go above 100 and to slow go below. In the dialog box, ...

Using stills in Premiere

Using stills in your video can help viewers understand more about you topic. Stills may include things like maps, graphics, esp documentary, but may also include photographs  To start, set up your sequence with video in mind. If you drag your still in ...

Edit Color in Rush

If you are new to video editing, you will find that it is easy to edit color in Rush. The color grading is robust but the learning curve is not steep. First, note you can apply your edits to all clips (Rush will see what clips appear similar and apply ...

Editing Audio with Rush

Editing audio with Rush is simple. The interface is easy to use and understand. In addition to being able to edit levels and correct audio - you can also find royalty free music within the app and use the auto ducking feature to combine voice and music.  ...

Creating graphics in Premiere

The goal of creating graphics or titles is to set the mood or inform the viewer. These graphics may include: a lower third, an opening sequence, or rolls/crawls. This type of graphic is important especially to social where 80 percent of video watched w ...

Color Correction in Premiere

In this training, we will look at color correction with Premiere. To begin with Color Correction in Premiere, you can edit clips for overall contrast, color balance and saturation. Finally, add looks to create a mood or tone to your entire video. Begi ...

Editing with Rush

Editing with Rush is intuitive and seamless. While this video shows you desktop editing, you can use the same tools and touchscreen to edit on your mobile devices. Get Started Editing tools are located at the bottom left of the Premiere Rush editing wor ...

New project in Rush

This tutorial will help you create a new project in Rush. If you are new to video editing, Rush is a great place to start. With its easy to use interface and yet powerful tools, Rush get you working with multitrack editing quickly. You can add music, voic ...

Auto ducking in Premiere

Auto ducking makes using interview or voice over with music easy. This is a quick way to adjust levels and mix different types of audio. First, make sure you are in the audio workspace by going to Workspace > Audio or using the drop down workspace m ...

Audio cleanup

Audio cleanup is a key skill to develop in Premiere. Viewers will often forgive bad video before they forgive bad audio. Your first line of defense for good audio is to ensure you are capturing the best audio possible  - whether that be voice, nat sound, ...