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Adobe Premiere 2020 Essentials Video Editing for Social Media

teacher avatar Greg Hung, Travel Videographer

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Lessons in This Class

25 Lessons (3h 11m)
    • 1. Premiere Pro Course Intro 2021

    • 2. System compatibility HD

    • 3. Adobe 2020 new features

    • 4. Adobe 2020 Import and Organizing Assets

    • 5. Adobe Premiere 2020 FREEFORM VIEW


    • 7. Adobe Premiere 2020 Where to find music

    • 8. KL2020 the timeline

    • 9. KL 2020 nightlife Live Edit PT 1

    • 10. KL 2020 VIDEO EDIT PT 2

    • 11. Kl 2020 extended analysis PT 3

    • 12. Kl nightlife 2021

    • 13. Adobe Premiere 2020 speedramp time remapping in kl 2020


    • 15. Adobe Premiere 2020 Green Screen Tutorial

    • 16. Adobe 2020 How to Apply Broll and Stabilize a Video Clip

    • 17. Adobe 2020 How to AutoreframE

    • 18. Adobe 2020 how to do a voiceover

    • 19. Audio Gain

    • 20. Adobe 2020 MATCHING CLIPS TO BEATS

    • 21. Adobe 2020 Using Warp Stabilizer to stabilize

    • 22. Adobe creating and troubleshooting autoreframe hd

    • 23. Adobe Premiere 2020 how to publish to IGTV and make cover image

    • 24. Adobe premiere how to do a timelapse

    • 25. Adobe 2020 summary edit

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About This Class

Our Adobe Premiere CC 2020 Video Essentials Video editing course is designed for beginners, Youtubers, Travel vloggers, Online Course instructors, Corporate video editors that just need the essential knowledge to edit things like a Youtube Travel Music Video or to Instagram TV or Facebook Ads

I have 8 years of experience filming and video editing for corporate clients, Youtube vlogs and travel music videos, stock footage, and online courses. I have 14 published courses on Udemy and have honed my craft of teaching, filming, and video editing to come together on this course.

This course is designed in a logical way where I will supply you with exciting Nightlife Footage shot in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia so that you may follow along and practice the course.The Footage is shot with the Panasonic GH5 Camera in different resolutions like 4K and high frame rates like 120 fps along with 4k drone footage to give you practice material you need.

The Tutorials are taught by me and are interactive and will cover a full workflow from importing footage to publishing a Youtube Video with music. We are going to start with a tour of the program and workspaces and advance to importing footage, organizing your assets, working with the time-line, apply advanced transitions and effects, and end by exporting the finished video file. 

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Greg Hung

Travel Videographer


Hi I'm Greg. I'm a South African Canadian Travel Videographer aka Global Citizen. I first got into video filming with a sharp camcorder in high school making my own short films and tennis video and editing on a VHS.  In 2011 in Simon Fraser University (Vancouver Canada) I rediscovered my love for video while filming an earthquake hiphop safety video for a Media Course. 

After I graduated from Simon Fraser University (BA Communications) in Vancouver Canada I went on to pursue a successful IT career working 13 years as an IT manager. I went onto to complete my MBA in Technology Management SFU and found my Entrepreneurial inspiration to start my own travel video business in 2011 during the DSLR video revolution. I sold my downtown Vancouver Apartment, bought an iMac, a Can... See full profile

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1. Premiere Pro Course Intro 2021: Hi, my name is Greg Collins, Canadian travel videographer. Welcome to the Adobe Premiere 2020 Essentials. This course is designed for beginners or whether you're someone working for a company that wants to improve their video editing skills. Or maybe you're a freelance company or freelancer that wants to edit videos for corporate clients. This course is for you. This course is going to be filmed in Adobe Premiere 2020, but we're also going to cover Adobe Premiere 2019 because there aren't a lot of differences between those additions. I've been video editing and both additions. So we are going to provide lots of content on the most important features in 2020. Things like the auto reframe where you get to change the aspect ratio for your existing videos so that they are adapted to social media like Instagram, instagram, TV, YouTube, Facebook, et cetera. I'm also going to supply you with Project footage that you can practice with that shot with high powered cameras like the Panasonic GH 5, that shoots for k 10-bit footage. We're also going to supply you with what is shot from cameras like drones, GoPro. So you get the real-world experience. Whether you're someone who wants to edit professional videos, shopping for k multi-camera. Or even if you're doing audio on a separate feed and you need to do sinking, you're going to get that practice in this course. Currently, I'm at the summit co-working space in Chiang Mai, Thailand, where I've access to high-speed WiFi, external monitors, gray chairs and grade tables, and so on. I'm going to share some of my top tips for being an effective remote video editor from around the world. 2. System compatibility HD: We're looking at the system compatibility report, not the most exciting topic. But this is important, too. Begin, especially after you first install Adobe Premiere. When you first install it, it's going to bring up this report this window that's gonna tell you whether or not it's happy with the software drivers that you have for your system, probably particularly the graphics card, which was what I had in my experience. So basically add to go through these couple of steps, I had to create a backup of my system because there is some risk any time that you upgrade the driver or the software for a critical component like the graphics card. And then I went ahead and follow the reports, which gave me a link to the manufacturer of my graphics card, and I went ahead and installed it. So let me just show you a little bit about what I did. So because I've already gone through the reports when I opened Adobe Premiere 2020. It doesn't pop up anymore with that system compatibility report, but if your first installing it, you will get it for 2019. I didn't get it, but 20 twenties but more stricter. Now you can manually access it by going to the help menu and running it. And as you can see, I don't have any current car fix, which is good. But I do have a copy of a report that I did run and it's just over here. So if I open this and we just quickly scroll through it, it's identified a bug that could cause a random crashes. And indeed, that's what happened to me in 20 1900 quite a few random crashes. So by following this link here, if your first opening 2020 and you have that report window opened up, you'll get a live link so you won't have to go through the report. But I'm just showing an example off what you'll be taken to Soviet Fall of Steps here There's a long list here. Basically, it's telling you to go to the manufacturer website, and, um, first figure out what driver that you have so for me, because I already have my graphics cards software installed, I can open up the control panel and I can see that this is my particular graphics card version. G Force MX 1 50 okay, You might have a different way to access this information, depending on which laptop or computer or graphics card that you have. But once you do, what it would do is just go to your actual graphics card website, and they may have a support area where you can download the drivers and you will have to select things like the operating system, for example, mines G force. And then it would select the MX 100 Siri's. And then I have Windows 10 64 bits and then think I just selected one of these and then searched and then downloaded. So after I downloaded the software, I got something like this. So you have to run the installation, go through it, and I'm not gonna do that now because ivory done it. But before that, an important step is to create a backup system image of your software. So I'm using Windows 10 and depending on which version of Windows or operating system you have, it may be different, but the idea is to create a backup. Sometimes it can be hard to find where these backup settings are. All right, so this is where I wanted to go create a system image, so you'll need a hard drive. At least one terabyte. That's four minute for Aunt Fs. Or maybe that's some other type of storage and you'll selected over here and then just follow the menus. So I'm not gonna go through with this because I've already done it. But if you go ahead and start to back up, it's gonna create an image, which is your offering system, plus the software. Everything that is on your computer at this time will be backed up, so that's a great stuff to do. Okay, so a second step that you could do is to create a system repair disk right over here. But the idea is that we're just creating backups. So again, this is in control. Panel system and security back up and restore Windows seven. So these air Windows seven backup options. Because I'm using Windows 10. It's a little bit hard to get to, and these are just recommendations off my cracks card manufacturer. All right, so once you install the graphics card driver, what it would do is just open up Adobe premiere 2020 again, and then you have to see if it's happy the software is happy with your system, so we're gonna run it again and let's take a little while. And then, if its happy, you'll just be able to open Premier 2020 without any pop ups, which is nice. Your system will still work if you don't install it. But for the long term, I think this is a good start before you start editing or creating new projects in 2020 because otherwise your system may may crash. So again you can also access it from the help menu. And that's the system compatibility report. 3. Adobe 2020 new features: All right. So we've covered some of the newer features of Adobe Premiere 2020 and I've had a lot of experience and a chance to practice with it myself. But some of the fundamentals like importing the footage, working in the timeline, those type of things are still the same. So we're gonna use some of the content from 2019 even though that the features are the same in 2020. So just be aware of that as you go along the course. So you may have projects that are in 2019 that you bring over to 2020 on Although there are newer features in 2020 that have separate lessons, we are gonna verified some of the fundamental core courses that haven't changed, filmed in 2019 because they are the same in 2020. So because I've had enough time editing Adobe Premiere 2020 I know that a lot of the features are the same things, like just importing the footage. Working in the time panel, working with some basic color grading, adding adjustment layer, those type of things are the same. What we will spend some time on is the different export options that are new in Adobe Pregnant 2020 and the auto reframe, which is gonna get a lot of coverage because I think that's one of the most exciting features in 2020. 4. Adobe 2020 Import and Organizing Assets: Okay, everyone. So we need to bring some footage into our projects in the project panel. So the way I prefer to do that is to have my my file Explorer or your finder window in the Mac and simply highlight all these clips and then drag him in. So I've got some other clips I also want include, so I like to go to the thumbnail view. You get a better look at things from there, and there are some nice clips from there. I could dragon. All right, Now, um, I also think it's good to have a purpose or goal in mind for the video. So I plan to put this on YouTube to promote my stock footage collection. So I want and ah, I'm a monetize on the videos ball for Google AdSense revenue. So we want to make sure that we've got music that we can monetize on. Okay, so let's just fall save. So that's the first part. We've imported our footage and let me just walk you through the import window here, just a few things that are useful. So if we want to expand the window, we can just press the tilde and this gives us a wealth of information. So we've got the file names. We've got our frame rates. Now you can move these columns around. I like to put the video info in the frame rate together, and what I'm looking for is the resolution and the frame rate. So sometimes I'm working with video footage off. Different resolutions might be full HD. In this case. We're working with footage shot from my maverick Air drone and my Panasonic GH five thankfully, shot of the same resolution, which is ultra four K HD. So I can do one of two things. I can create a full HD video, and that gives me more room real estate to work with. Because of this, because the four K resolution is higher than HD or I can simply create a four K video project. Now is the tip as a stock footage videographer. There's always the chance that someone may try to steal your videos. So I think that creating a full HD projects on for YouTube and cropping in and letting customers know that you do have the four K raw files or originals is a better approach to go. So That's the way I think of things. And you can. You can make it more interesting video if it's HD is going to be a lot more work in the end . But we're going to be ableto show you how to do things like cropping crop outs to make it is to get more out of these clips. Some other information that's good. That I look for is the video duration, especially breeding stock footage. So these clips have already been cut for stock. That means they've been trimmed, maybe minor color grading of added a splash of saturation and ah yeah, they've been, ah, auto balance for exposure white balancing. So things like that if you right click on the calm sea Kenbrell up the matter data display . There's a lot more information that you can you can get from here. But, um, I'm not be with what I see on here. So just a few other things. So we're in listsview, which is the view that I like to get information at. Ah snapshot. Now, if you want more of visual view, you can go over the icon views, so this is useful for getting those visual thumbnails and you can mouse over here to get Ah can scrub and get a preview of these clips, which is very nice. And we've got the reform view, which is good for planning out your clips. If you're If you were planning to do, let's just say like a storyboard, you kind of want to map up the sequential order. Let's just say, Oh, let's just start off this project with a drone shots. So this slider here la's Edo to back Zoom in, zoom out song and zoom out there, too. Give me more real estate. So Aiken dragged these over and I can create a little story board here so I can highlight these. I can even creating new sequence there. So that's pretty nice. It has brought those clips in from my storyboard over into the sequence in the order that had them left to right. So that's nice. Okay, let's go back to the media browser. Let's press the tilde. Some other things that you can do is you consort icons. If you have them highlighted. Well, I prefer just to click on the name so you can get it in sequential order. There's a search bar here, which is really useful if you have a complicated project with lots of files, lots of bends, and you can just search for something like Ariel so you could just filter the clips that you want, and you can also create bins. So I'm just sorry I had my window over there, so we're gonna create a been and been is just a folder. It's a way for organizing lots of different assets you might have. Let's just say music. So it's great music. You might have one for drone clips or interview, so it's just useful to know about different ways of organizing your assets. It'll make. It'll make as you progress. The video added on the project a lot smoother. All right, Okay. One other thing I wanted to point out is you can actually creates a number of things from over here. You can also access these from the file new in the menu, so I don't usually do things from here. I just want to point out that it is here. You can create things like an adjustment layer, which is a layer that sits on top of all your clips. If you want to add some color you can creating your sequence and want not. Okay, So in the next video, we're gonna go on a hunt for some music and then we'll start laying down the clips in the timeline. 5. Adobe Premiere 2020 FREEFORM VIEW: Okay, we're gonna talk about the freeform view. This is a dedicated lesson. Focus just on that. It's a new feature in Adobe Premiere. I believe it started in 2019 and this just allows you to storyboard your video projects with differently more graphically than before. So just to recap, we've got the list view, which is good for getting the detailed information, but not so good for planning out how you're going to lay out your clips because it's not visual. And that's where we got the icon view, which is an improvement. But you can see that these clips here you can't really move around there more or less fixed in place, but it is an improvement, and you can use the slider here, too. Increase the size and zoom out. And then we've got the freeform view, which allows us to do a number of things so we can move clips around. And, ah, we can get a better idea of how you wanna lay out our project, and it also allows us to We can change the clip size if you want to emphasize a certain clip. Oh, this is a bit more important than then the rests Just go back over here and ah, we can also preview the clips from here. I'm just gonna increase the size of this panel by clicking the tilde so we can focus on this portion. So if you watch the lessons on marking in and out, we can do that as well. Over here, it's a little hard to see there's a marker here. So by pressing, I I can set the start point and oh, as the endpoint. Or we can just preview the clip so it's a good way to a preview it or you could just melts over. Okay, so let's go back to the normal view by pressing tilde again. So let's just say we wanted to start a sequence timeline project. Using are just many storyboard here, so weaken already get an idea of what this is gonna look like. So it could just highlight thes right click. And it's like new secrets from Clip. Yeah, let's just play this so I can see it's taken the portion off this clip I selected, and that is go over to the next one and then the third clip. So the freeform views a great way to lay out your story. It's good way to select the portions of the clips that you want and do it in a visual way. So freeform views there and, ah, I think you should take advantage of it. 6. ADOBE PREMIERE 2020 THE WORK PANELS: Hi there. In this lesson, I wanted to cover, uh, getting familiar with the work space. The different panels that you have in Adobe Premiere 2020 in case yours is not optimized to how you like it. And that's at the end of the day, that's the most important thing. So these over here are the panels. If you're creating a video project, the timeline is essential because that's where that's basically the heart of the project. It's important to see a project panel so you can see your assets, and if you have a two moaner set up, you don't need to have it all on one screen. I have it all one screen because I'm doing. I'm filming this tutorial, so it's good for you to see it because it's a bit difficult to record two screens. This over here is the source window, so that's good for previewing your clips. And the program panel program panel shows us the actual project. So I like to put that on a different screen, something you look at the reference monitor. So if you don't see any of these panels, you can always just goto window and you can just, you know, you can just click them to make sure they're checked. So, for example, if we don't see our source monitor weakens, click here and yeah, it will show it. Okay. On the right hand side, we've got a number of panels. We've got effects these air useful for things like finding transitions. And I also like with metric color for color grading. And yeah, there's just a whole lot of other things as well. We've got different war panels. I'll get to that in a second. I just want to show you quickly how you can close and reopen these panels to move them as well. So let's just say my audio meters. You know, I wanted to close this so the audio meters is gone, and if I want to reopen it, I just goto window and click audio meters right there. Okay, I can undock the audio meters and ah, I can close it so I can also do that for wherever we have the three lines. It can just undock it. And you can read docket by putting your cursor just to the right of the three lines. See how that icon changes and I have a number of options. Wherever you see that purple shadow, I can just docket over there. Or if I don't like that, I can change the position. I could just undock it again over there. It's like using more space. So it's really up to you how you want to design your space. You can also look at a number of presets. Did you goto windows workspaces? One preset that I like. We're working on all panels right now, which is showing all the panels when we might not need all of them. There's a lot of panels here that I'm not going to use right now. Like the vignette curves creative. So another good work space I like is assembly. So these are optimized for different workflow. So this is this one's a lot cleaner here. This is showing my project panel. It's got my source wind. Uh, just gonna drag another clipping here. What's missing is our actual program monitors, so I can't actual project, so I can I can try to bring that in. I can find it sometimes. Sometimes these ah panels are hiding. If you see these two arrows, you confined other panels So let's just say the audio mixer if I wanted to just the music and then I got my library off fonts. I can also go back to the project panel. They were here. I've got all different types of panels, and it's just a matter of how you like to work. So this one's pretty good. It's See, we can also compress, Um, just press the tilde till there will span your windows. And if we double click or just click once we can expand and compress the panel on the right here. All right, so that's the panels. So we're gonna talk about the source and the program monitor windows and that we're going to start laying down our clips. 7. Adobe Premiere 2020 Where to find music: in this video we're gonna go through. How do you find commercial friendly YouTube music? And ah, in the last video, we went ahead and imported our footage to our project. And you can either find music first or you can import your clips. So whichever suits you So I mean, YouTube studio because I'm a youtuber. So you do need an account? I believe so. This is my channel dashboard. So I may share some information about this in the future. This is my YouTube channel, but for now, we can click on the audio library. Okay. So you can get either sound effects or free music. So sound effects air. Nice. Because the ads, um you know this add more dimension to it. I'm going to download this because there's I'm gonna make my video about Kuala Lumpur. So there's a lot of motorbikes in the city, so just try Teoh, recreate some of the mood. Okay? Maybe that's too specific people eating a city city traffic I met. I might I wondered I wanted to these sound effects there a little bit cheesy, I think. Okay, let's look for some music here so we can use these filters here. Ah, was was check out the cinematic ones. So it says here you're use this song and I want to wait. I like that because I've used some services like Epidemic Sound. Where Donald or trucks. I use them while I had a knocked of membership and then won the membership like I didn't renew it. Later on, Epidemic sound tryto catch me out for stealing their songs, but I had a membership at the time and the wasteful. So work is that you you are grandfather, even though you don't have a knock to membership. But it's still that headache and pain you have to prove and claim that you you did have a membership at that time. So sometimes it's just easier to cover your bases and you're pretty safe using you to music . I also like to download entire album collections. I like Beira Chronic, and you can find him on band camp. There's also icons eight Music, which has some royalty free music. So there are some ideas for some music so much just continue to find some songs, and he's a little bit too slow. I want some house music, something little first Let's see what we can find here. - All right. I think I found my song Cloud Chaser. So I'm just downloading the MP three on. And in the next lesson, we're gonna reimport the music and then start laying down our tracks into the timeline. So join us for that video, so I'll just ah, some some final tips for finding music. So you covered sources. You've got the audio library with YouTube, which is probably the safest, and they're adding a lot more songs to support the creators. Then there's pay services like epidemic sound, which they've got premium music. But then, if you don't maintain your subscription, you may get flagged down later on enough to prove your membership, which is a headache. There's icons, eight music. And you can also go to band camp to Donald albums from a particular artist that you like. All right, so join us in the next lesson. We're going to, uh, put everything together. We're gonna put down the music and then lay down the video clips into the timeline 8. KL2020 the timeline: Welcome back to Dobie Premier 2020 Essentials. We're gonna look at the timeline. I'm gonna give you the fundamentals, the things that are important for creating a video. There is a lot of complexity, and they'll be premier that you don't necessarily need to focus on for a good video project . So here is our timeline, and I'm just gonna expand it. So it's easier to talk about by pressing tilde. We're gonna maximize the space. Okay, so a few basic things I'm just gonna drag myself down there so we can just use the bars to scroll within the window. Up and down. We can use minus and plus to zoom in and out. Plus zoom in minus zoom out. We have our different tracks here. We've got V one V to V three before so these are the video trucks and a one a two a three these air audio trucks. So right now we've got a audio track in timeline. We could see when my mouse is over it it's giving us the name, The duration. This is a video clip, so it's ah, hierarchy system. So the higher trucks are gonna display. They're gonna overlay so v eight v three with overlay the two and you can just simply just track him down. B one b two b three. And let's just say for audio. If you wanted to have multiple audio tracks, you could put an audio track in a to and they played the same time. Over here, we've got various clips. Um, these are all checked. The ones that I focus on is snapping. Timeline gives it more of a ah, magnetic video editing experience. And I like that. I'm going. I'm going to minimize this to illustrate a few things so we can always toggle on or off a truck weaken that basically turns off the entire track. Entire V one track. Let me just drag in another clip here. We're gonna drag in the video from our previous. So we see here the V two displays and not be one because vetoes over laid V one. But if I turn off truck, be too, we will see v one see just like that, or we can right click and we can disable its You can see it's great out there. Something else I'll show you, especially if you're putting higher resolution clips in a lower resolution project. For example, this clip is four K. This project is HD. We can right click and select skill to frame size, so that'll Ah, have the clip match fit into the resolution off the product. Or we kid usar effects control panel, which I'll cover in another lesson, to scale down that video clip. But that's just the faster way of doing it. Over here. We can do voice overs and we don't have a mic connected right now. But we've got separate lesson on that. We can mute our trucks over there by clicking over there on. And what else can we show you? Yeah, we can trim our clips. There's a few tools that we have off story The The basic shortcuts that I use So V is to bring us back to this cursor with the arrow. So that's by default. We can change to our cutting tool with C allows us to create incisions, can always undo it by control Z, and we can cut and paste control X control V. But if you just pay something that's gonna override, it controls Z. Okay. All right. So in the next lesson, We're gonna cover the. So if you need some of these tools there, over here on the right hand side, that's the You can see the short cut their V for the cursor. Ah, trucks like Ford. That's the razor tool. We also have the pen tool. You can also create some texts by clicking texts and writing something over there. You can also hold down to get the pen tool and different shapes. All right, so in the next lesson, we're gonna go over to the effects control panel to learn how we can transform different clips. 9. KL 2020 nightlife Live Edit PT 1: All right, guys, today we're going to make a new video, and, um, you're gonna learn a lot of skills along the way. And ah, we'll just break up the different lessons here. So we're going to start with a brand new project in Dobie. Premiered 2020 Actually just created 1 43 seconds ago. So go ahead, select new project. I'm just gonna call a kill 2020. And this is in Adobe Premiere 2020 and I'm just gonna leave everything as defaults. Let's hit. Okay. All right. So let's just move myself over there, so I'm not in the way. So the first thing we need to do is we need to import some footage. So we've got our project panel over here, and there's two ways you can. You just we can either double click, or we can go to Windows Explorer or the finer window if you're using a Mac and find the footage that you want to be included in the project. Alright, So I've got a folder here, and we've got some footage so I can see these thumbnails here, so I'm simply gonna just highlight them all and just drag him in to my import window. Okay, moving on. Ah, again. I want a strong beginning. So I'm trying to pick out really strong images to keep people's. And I think this Chinatown footage will accomplish that. So my freeform view seems to be having some issues. I think it's because of the the amount of clips. So I'm just previewing the clips that I wanna select here, and I'm just gonna create another been I'm going to separate these these other clips. Maybe that'll help with the render. So I'm just gonna shift. Click dragged those ones in chain this last view this in the source window here. - I don't like the sound, so I could just label this so I can point them out later. I'll just label the Miss Forest. So that's 7064 is labeled there. So I could just from this viewpoint, the mel quickly because there is so many clips. Okay, this one is in slow motion here. I want to capture some movements. So in the source window, just selecting that and there's a number of ways you can approach this. You can spend the time up front to plan out the portions of the clip that you wants and then storyboard them. I prefer just to, and I just go with the flow. And so I'm taking you on this journey here. Okay, so I want a variety of images from this bar Keep people's attention. Okay, like that, and I'm gonna label it's forest and let's get some mixed drinks, see if I can get one and super slow mo. Yeah, there we go. That's good. No, but it's label that as well. I don't overdo it with too many clips from one bar. It also helps for you to be familiar with the chutes of what's available. Hey, label it forest that one better label forest. It's nice against the street view. It's from the car. So I might put this first gives gives a good, different feel in a slow motion clip from the car. So just label this forest and let's switch to Listsview. Let's say we confined all those forest clips. There we go. I'm just gonna call this forest. I'm gonna try just to drag them in to the forests. Been so I can storyboard this goddamn or manageable amount of clips. So, uh, just to recap what it did There is. I picked out the seven clips from that whole bunch of Chinatown clips just to make things more manageable. And I labeled them green just to point them just to help me pick the mail from the list view. I created a new, been called Forest, and now I'm in the freeform view. So I can I can storyboard this a little bit easier, so let's just maximize this. Okay? So I want to go from street view over to this image. Um, go from here, There, there, and I'll pick up one of these, pick up that one, que minimize, and then I can bring these in by highlighting the mall. Okay, these have sound. So if I put him in V one, they're gonna place the music track, which I don't want. So I'm gonna put in the V two for now, So these audio clips are parked on a two track. Okay, This is something that you only face when you're actually creating a video. Okay, so I want to say this. I just want to play it back. And then we confined to nose those ah clips after. - Okay , So there is another copy there. Andi. In the interests of time, I'm gonna keep it short. So we're gonna trim these clips. We're going to mute this track, and this is sort of a base project that we can build on. So let's just finish okay? Again, I'm gonna use the key framing technique. This clip does look a bit blind. I could just is the auto just to make an adjustment. Give it a bit of color 110 saturation. Let's bring opener effect controls on gun, a key frame. And let's go to to say, 60% When this one here. I want to do something faster against. All right, let's see what we can. I couldn't do it up to 50 so we started 100. Uh, let's just reset the key frames. That's not the order we wanted close to the opposite. We're gonna zoom in on this one. Let's go in whips. Skill, friends. Hers. I think this clip is 120 frames. Let's just check. You might be able to do speed rub. No, it's not a 60 frames. So slow motion. That's fine. Okay. I want the other club. This one's 6 to 3. This one here. Okay, let's just say this. So I'm gonna add a few more clips, and when your visits will take a look at where we're at, I'm just gonna continue adding more clips, maybe some transitions, and try to finish at least the social media version off this project. 10. KL 2020 VIDEO EDIT PT 2: Okay, We are coming along on the project, and I've decided tha this course I'm gonna end it. That's just under a minute. Because to be honest, video editing takes a long time, especially if you want to do well. And, ah, I'll just quickly cover a few things that I've added to the video and then what we're gonna do So we're gonna add a title and then where could enclose off the project by fading out that the block called the action and, um, adjustment layer just to add some color. So let's just play this back. Alright, So I've added a custom transition. So this is the push effect. If you go over to your fax and you go over to transitions, there's whole lot of transitions you can experiment with. This one is push, and that's just simply placed it here. Andi, I've added an adjustment layer, so an adjustment layer is another layer you can add on talk off the timeline. It's more of advanced technique, and you could just create one in the project panel here. Ah, adjustment layer. And it just creates another layer that I've dragged on top here. And this adjustment layer has the Gaussian blur. So it's more of a custom transition more accustom on advanced technique. Thea, um, matching to the beats, which is covered in a separate lessons. This'll clip. This clip was quite shaky before I stabilized it using the warp stabilizer. And you can find that over here. I also got a lesson on that. So check that out. All right, so I want to end it at the scene here. I just think it would be a nice way to close them. Close off the project. Live to black. All right, so it's title time, so I can add something here, and I want to promote my video footage. No. Poor. Okay. I would like to change the font, so let's just see what else they have here. Gen That's all right. I want to just move that. I want the tagline, too. Go somewhere else was moved that down there on and press T caps. Lock on productions Come. Okay. And I want to make sure that small correctly just scroll down. She will. Yours productions. Welkom. Yep. So this is what we call a call the action. So something at the end of the video that we want people know about. All right. Now on another title, something that will go over the texts. And I got a great idea of where to put it. So I'm in the essential graphics area. I'm just browsing. You can also go to Adobe Stock. They've got a good selection off free and pay templates. One of the benefits of using Adobe Premiere An adobe rush. So I want some nice bowl graphics. I'm gonna use one of the one of the bull graphics. I saw it. Here it is. I want to use this one. I can say this is a favorite. You can click the star. And I think you could just recall your favorites by clicking that star filter because they're they're just is so many to choose from. And that's that could be a blessing. All right, so it's gonna change this change the size of this font. It's humongous change size off the viewing area, I think 200. Okay, let's make it a bit smaller. 150. And I was just line it up here. Reasons to follow weekend. I just put my website something I want to add here I want to let people know it's available in four K. Okay, so I've used the fade out or fading out, and that's over here. So I've just dragged that effect here. And, Aiken, increase the fade by just dragging. Okay, Last thing I want to do is just add a adjustment layer to add some color to this thing. Now I can individually color, correct each clip. That will take a long time. And if you have the time, you can do that. Ah, good base. Adjust me. Can do. You can do auto and see what Adobe decides. I like to add some saturation, especially. I use color profiles that use thedc rate of color wheels, which, uh, will have another lesson on. Okay, so let's just add that adjustment layer. So click the project panel adjustment layer. Okay. And now let's drug the adjustment layer onto trucks. Be three so that it covers all these clips. Okay, I see there's a title there, so let's go to V four. That's a bit tricky when you're coloring so many clips. I mean, you don't want overdo it. At the very least, I want to add some saturation and maybe some vibrance. You can also go to the creative to access some color wheels. Some of these could be pretty harsh. Yeah, I like that one. I like this one here. Um, the intensity is 100. Aiken just make it ever so slight at 15%. Okay, so did you see what we did there? We added some saturation to the base on. We used a creative color profile or filter, just like instagram. But we've dial down the intensity to 15. Just gonna save this here. And it's gonna play this back one more time before we export this baby. - There we go. All right. I'm happy with that for a short video for social media. So I want to post us to YouTube. Maybe instagram Facebook. And of course, we can make this longer, but we don't have that time at the moment. So let's go ahead and export media and I walk you through some of the steps. Okay? We have YouTube 10 80 and we're gonna rename this que all 2020. Well, uh, long poor 2020 collection. Okay, So if I want to publish to YouTube can just change it to new my channel just put it enlisted for now. I'm it might want to make some adjustments later on. Custom thumbnail usually get a preview here, but I think it's, um for whatever reason, it's not this playing maximum render quality and let's just to it over. So if we wanted crave one for social media, we confined this sequence Kale HD, which is right here, So I'm going to select order reframe again. There's a lesson for this, and I want to select nine by 16. Create on and it's going to be in here. Okay, so let's just play back quickly. The version that I g the auto reframe ous I can see it's still analyzing. Okay, so once that's done, I'm also gonna push it out to the Q. Um, I just want to Okay, so that first export has going out to Adobe Media Encoder. And I'm just a bit concerned because this says it's 88 gigs. This want to make sure I selected everything Correct YouTube. That's quite a big file. Anyways, we will see in the end you too unlisted. Okay, so I think the owner reframe has also finished so we can kick that out to the encoder as well. And what I like to do is just mash source toe high by trait. Maybe picked out a frame. Yeah, that's fine. I'll just que adults. So I don't wanna do that right now because we're recording this, but that's pretty much it. So thanks for hanging around. And I hope you see that we've put a lot of different techniques together to create this video. Um, we've used some of the new features in 2020 for auto reframe. We've use the, um, the free freeform view too. Do a quick story board. And, um, yeah, we use a lot of different techniques to ultimately creator project. So thanks for sticking around. Hope you learned a lot. And Ah, hope you go ahead and practice. I will supply you with some footage to put together your own project and we'll see you in the next lesson. Thanks again. 11. Kl 2020 extended analysis PT 3: Hello, everyone. We are back to this Kuala Lumpur or project. And since we last spoke, I got inspired to continue the project. And I think that's what's good about Premiere. You can always reopen the project and continue it Make modifications. So good idea to keep your project files. Maybe you get the dose of inspiration to continue our ad. And that's what I had. I pretty much finish the project on that day. We did our first behind the scenes, and then I felt like continuing the project also. And this is also a factor is when I try to post the video to instagram TV. I remembered that you need a minimum of 60 seconds. This video ended at just under minutes, so I thought, Okay, let's get it over a minute. And, um, yeah, we ended up continuing all the way to omitted 29. Okay, so, uh, I'll just start off more or less where we live. Watch the, um, full video. I think this was the last clip that we ended on. Okay, so right there, this is This is something I really wanted Teoh to experiment with. For me was a super speed ramps. So this clip was shot at 120 frames and ah, it's just highlighted. There hopefully can see in the effect controls. I think it's sped up to some really insane amount. Yeah, 8000 440. So I set the key frames. Hopefully you can see this hair. I covered this technique in a separate lesson, but ah, basically, Ah, I had to set my key frames for this clip. And at this speeded up to an insane amount, Teoh get it all the way to the point where he's actually pouring the drinks. So I started off slow when he was shaking it. And in a way up. And to really help me do this, I expanded the video track that the clip was on. So then I could just drag it up like this. See, we're even going higher. But then we're creating a gap in the project. So that was speed rap. So I really liked how that then, ah, actually changed the exposure at the end, which has a nice way of highlighting the pouring of the dream. You noticed that there it was unintentional, But I just left it in and here we've got matching the beats to the clips. So I added markers here by pressing M and in the first video think I attempt to that markers. But it was adding into the clip. So just ah, lesson learned here, you gotta click into a blank area of the timeline if you want to add those markers. See, I just did one there and just control Z. If you click somewhere else like on the clip, it's gonna add the marker on the clip. So click in the blank area. Click em and ah, place the needle where you want it and then toe help me just organize the clips. I created the 1st 1 and it's separate folders, I believe, and I already pre selected the portions off these these clips. It's selected about a minute of each clip, and ah, I either renamed him so they're easier toe just highlights in the project panel. And, ah, when I went toder reframe. I got a lesson on this as well, so I'll go through pretty quickly. So when we go, let's just say I'm just highlighting these randomly Go clip. Sorry, it's called automate to sequence not ordinary from automate the sequence. Kind of Ah, funny name I selected at a numbered markers. And then I inserted them. So I used that technique. So check out that lesson. It was one of the key techniques throughout the video because it just happened to have that that nice drumbeats during the song, which was good for showcasing some of the, you know, fast moving clips. Eso some of these shots were done handheld sought to stabilize them. And just something you should know is that you cannot apply the warp stabilizer effect. That's the effect to stabilize the clip and speeded up. You can only choose one or the other. So for the clip coming up, I had to. I sped it up when I shot it. Handheld, I I had line off, panning it and then tilting it up to this tall building. It didn't. I was just looking at the clip without doing anything. It doesn't look that great, but when I cut it up, I cut up this clip and it's split it up. And what I did is I added a push transition and then added another adjustment layer that has some Gaussian blur. And I just added some blurriness to it to this adjustment layer. Change the blur dimensions just to give it a custom. Look, Levi sped up this clip even though it's not showing. Okay, maybe I didn't. Anyways, um, as this clip goes up the building, I used the paint splatter transition, which I think is a nice transition, often to another type of scene, which is food. So let's just play this this whole scene. What? Okay, so I got one share the dumplings over to another shot on, and you can recognize this this ah, line here. These lines and key frames. This is a speed round. Ah, a little bit of a custom. Look. Thanks. And I key frame this clip in just so it zooms in as we go along just to me. Oh, you look at the scale for this clip in the effect control. We've got our automate to sequence again, which that wants her know pretty well. See my markers up there and let's move on. I've expanded out the V one truck to help me with the speed rapping Just gives me more real state A I'm zooming out by using the key framing on scaling where I thought it was necessary is I just did some minor color correction. This one definitely has some color, So I added some extra saturation. There's some adjustments in shadows and the blocks believe Or the bar scene. I just did the color. So you had this one for sure. Yes. So this one has is oversaturated and some adjustments on the shadows and the blacks just to give it Ah, different custom. Look, you can see the color temperatures way different, so use your judgment. It's It's a lot of work, especially if you've got like, I don't know how many clips are in this timeline here a lot. If you want to Qala great every single clip. I like to shoot my clips in a flat profile. So they which means they need some adjustment, at least to a saturation boost. It's supposed to give you more room to work with in post production, which means we'll work and ah, you can also use an adjustment layer. You can if you just want to do something minor like at a saturation boost to the entire Pro Jack. This is saved by five And then this will apply to the entire project. Something like that. Okay, so that is the entire projects. I they give you access to this project file and some of the raw files so you can study it if you would like. And, ah, you can watch the individual videos for lessons on time, remapping and automate to sequence. All right, that's this lesson, and ah, putting everything together in the project. 12. Kl nightlife 2021: All right. Okay. Okay. 13. Adobe Premiere 2020 speedramp time remapping in kl 2020: Welcome back. I want to try to do a speed round on this particular clip is think I deal. It is bugging me and let's go. Let's do it. Let's do it. So eso you need to pick out the points that you want. Two key frames. Speed up and slow down. So I'm gonna select this part. See that key frames right there. We just expand this. Ah, so my plan is clip is gonna But we have this whole period, we're waiting, and I want to speed that up. So I'm gonna add a key frame here. Then we got the other one. Okay, let's add it. There. Okay. We've got are two key friend. No, you wanna right click on the FX. Make sure I'm remapping. Speed is selected, and now I can go to work. I can expand my riel states expend the V one track, and I want toe drag this up to increase the speed. And this played back to see what it looks like. See, that looks nice. The play's at normal speed, which is pretty slow motion. And then once it hits, this frame speeds up to 400% and then it goes back to normal speed so we can even speed it up to experiment a bit more 100. Okay, and now I can bring that text back. All right, so I can say that. And that's just the basic example of time remapping or speed ramping. So, just to recap, I picked out the portions of the clip that a wanted to speed up. So if you have a slow motion clip, I like to speed up the portion just before there's some notable action. So then it speeds up the boring part, and then it slows down just as something interesting is happening. It's happening, so in this case, it's It's the ball. If we go back to the show you another example where there's a cocktail drink being made the this one, this one is 8000%. So I believe the adobe from your 2020 as a new maximum. We didn't meet it here, but it's something like 20 thousands, I believe so Here, let's just play this back. And then there's just like a superspeed room that skips everything in between until he pours. Okay, so yeah, fine. Your start in endpoints key frame them using the effect controls. There's more than one way to do it, but that's how I like to do it. And then in the timeline, just select time remapping on the FX, expand your video trucks that go more real estate and then just drag it up or down, dragging up to speed up, drag it down to slow down. So that's our speed dropping technique. 14. ADOBE PREMIERE 2020 TIME REMAPPING & SPEED RAMP: Welcome to Adobe Premiere 2020. We're gonna look a time remapping, do some speed ramping a new feature in Doha. Permit 2020 is the ability to speed up a clip to 20,000% and insane amount. That usually is done too. Slow motion clips. It's over here. We've got a clip shot in 120 frames per second. This is a 12th clip and Ah, see if we can make it longer. No, that's long as it is. Okay, so let's just say we want to speed this up. We can simply right click on the clip and select speed duration, and it's 100% right now. So let's just say we slept 200. It's going to give us a clip that long. If we select 20,000%. So 2123 is gonna give us, um, 20th of a second clip, which is just super fast. Okay, so I'm gonna play this back or barely gonna be able Teoh Tow watch. It's me so fast. There we go. So 20,000% it's ah, new feature. And premier 2020. But you're gonna need a extremely long, slow motion clip to be able to use it. Maybe it was speed ramping if it's sandwich in the middle and, um, let's move on to that right now so we'll do some speed ramping. Um, let's just find a clip that we can do it with, which is actually this one. Okay, so this is 79. Okay, So my plan here is to speed things up, speed things up was just say here until she jumps up. Okay, So here, I want us. I want to slow it down, but I want to speed it up just before she jumps. So to do that, let's clear all the markers. Okay, Let's open our effect. Controls using shift five. And there we go. So when it's school down to speed, let's just minimize everything and expand speed. All right? And clothes. Those panels that were not using All right? No, to do time remapping. This is just the way I like to do it in the timeline in a right click on the FX like time, remapping and speed. And I've got my effect controls, we know, open. Now. I want to just click the speed just to reset the key frames and just gonna bring back the plane needle. And now I'm gonna add the key frame right here. So press space, part of playback King and at a key frame now and then as she This sort of meant air. I'm gonna add another key frame. Okay? All right there. Okay, so we have two key frames and don't expend this truck here. So here are the two key friends, so I can simply drag this up to speed ramp it. It's just so around about 500 percents. Let's move. The play had back and see what this looks like. Okay, We can make it faster. All right. 600. Almost just under 700% played back. Okay. What can you do? More? Okay, So last example for weaken. Do it. If you want to smooth now you can drag on the key frame. Just move it in like that. I think I'm gonna slow down just a bit. I think 500 should be better removing, but slower. 300. Okay, lets just do one more example. Try the point home case. Let's select another clip. Read seven. That's drag. Listen to the timeline and okay, so Let's expand speed. And it's just applying out what we're gonna do here. Okay? So I want to speed up this portion from here to here, and then we'll slowed back down. Okay, So got my play head. Gonna play it back and get rid of the key frames there on there. Okay, so we drag up before that, I got a set this up so I could do time remapping on the clip, and now I Kenbrell it up, Cancels playback. Okay, will go faster. It selects example of how we can use time remapping, and you can experiment to see when you can accomplish trying different, uh, positions of the key frames, trying different speeds. And I'll supply it with some practice footage to practice. Have some fun. 15. Adobe Premiere 2020 Green Screen Tutorial: okay. In this lesson, we're gonna cover How can we use the green screen effect in Adobe Premiere 2020? All right. To set things up, we need to create sequence and so you can find the practice footage in your project panel, and I would start off by just creating a sequence of type green. You'll see the clip there so you can right click and just create a new sequence from Clip and just put the green screen clip on the video track that's above your background. So if we move the Green Screen Club, you can see the background cloak on video track, too. So we just want to cover up the background clip with are green screen clip. And that's what we need to do to set things up. Okay, so the next thing we need to do is open our fax panel, which we have over here. And if you don't have that open, you can just press shift seven and then we need to find are green screen effects. So we go over to keying, and I prefer to use ultra key. So what we could do is just drag that effect over to our green screen club. And then we need Teoh hone in on our ultra key effect, which we will now look at. So the next thing we need to do is use the eyedropper or define the color corrode for your green background. Or maybe it's even a different color background. But you could just simply use the eyedropper and click here to get the color. Or, if you know the color code, you can simply put it in here and there we go. So let's just play back the clip just to see how it did. So did OK. You can still see there's bit of artifacts there, So what we can do to improve this is to look at some of the different settings under Ultra Key. So we have a new, aggressive option, which did very well. If we go to defaults, then we have that issue with some white spots. Go to relax, looks a bit faded, and we could even go to a custom look. But I'm just gonna leave it on aggressive because that job for me, So let's just play that back. Onda very happy with that. So that's how we can use the green screen effect in will be premiered 2020. So, just to recap, you need a clip with the green screen, you need to place the green screen clip in a video track above your background, and then we apply the ultra key effect. And then we set the color code for the ultra key effect in the effects control panel to apply the effect. So good luck on that and give it a try with the practice footage. 16. Adobe 2020 How to Apply Broll and Stabilize a Video Clip: all right. In this video, we're gonna plunge the warp stabilizer in Adobe Premiere 2020. It's the same in 2019 but let's just try it in 2020. So what's the situation here? We have a video where I'm applying some b roll. And ah, this bureau was shot with a handheld Ah, SLR canon SLR with no stabilization in the body or the lens, which means that the footage is a little bit shaky. I was also lying on the floor trying to get this very awkward angle shot. And let me just show you the overview of the timeline here. And, um so B roll is video footage that you can put on top off your base video project if you're trying to illustrate something or you're trying to mask or hide a cut in this case, I was trying to cut hi to cut because the speaker made an error. And it just makes that cut over here a little less obvious because maybe they when you cut over to the next clip, maybe they've got their hands in a different position. And so be rolls useful for that. So let's just see play this back dream with your your own kind of value system. Um, in the life. Okay, that was the first usage of B roll in here is the second it when you're giving a massage because I'm OK. So first, I'm going to just apply little all your transition here just to make that cut a little less obvious. So I'm just zooming in here. Sorry. I says, get new warp stabilizer, but this is sort of a riel. Uh, this is actually a really video is going for you, too. So I want to do the complete work lobe. So just softens the audio between two different trucks. When you're getting there we go and why? Okay, let's go on to stabilize this clip. So we go over to our fax panel. If you can't find it, just go to shift seven and search for warp stabilizer. This is probably the most useful effect I've I use in Adobe premiere. Okay, so I've dragged the warp stabilizer fact on top of the clip, and you can see that it's analyzing. So this may take several minutes, depending on the type of footage. The resolution, that is how long the cliff is, and, um, after it's applied, what I recommend is you played back to see how good of a job adobe permit did. And you may need to make some adjustments in the effects control panel. So when we rejoined, we're gonna take a look at the job that will be permitted. Okay, so we have our effects control panel open, and you can analyze the progress from the warp stabilizer effect in the effects control panel. And let's take a look at the effect here. Let's just go The timeline press the space bar when you're giving. That did a pretty good job, I have to say, But I'll just go over to the effects control just to see some of the options that you do have. So if we compress that menu, you can see all the options here so we can re analyze it. We can change the motion. There's a whole different set of choices we have for the method. We can preserve scale. I've used preserve skill in the past. Sometimes what it does is change the aspect ratio so you could do things like check preserve scale, an additional skill. I haven't used these before, and there's even advanced options. I recommend if you can to shoot with a tripod or used a lens with stabilization or a counter. Bonnie was stabilization. You'll do a lot to avoid the need to to do this. But if it's just minor, had health footage like you saw before, I think Premier does a good job out of the box to apply stabilization. So that's it. We've applies stabilization to this clip and the video, and you're seen how we use B roll to mask or to illustrate a point that some someone is talking about. And another term for B roll is called stock footage, and that's something that I do on the side. I license my footage for establishing shots, and, um, yeah, it's just a really good use off. Uh, for your video projects is usually in the second track. That's why they call it be role a role, which is the primary clip. Is the speaker talking here? So if you enjoyed this lesson and you can go ahead and process, it's with the practice footage 17. Adobe 2020 How to AutoreframE: welcome. We're gonna be talking about the new auto reframe sequence in Adobe Premiere 2020. So we have some sample clips which will be provided for you to practice. These are shot in the variety off difference resolutions, these four K. Let's just take a look here. Yes, so we have full four K and ultra HD four K and all the reframe sequence is created to allow you to resize a single video clip or an entire sequence or video project so that is compatible with different social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook or YouTube. So we're going to start off by plying auto reframe to a single clip. And to do that, I'm going to right click on ah, video clip over here just to bring it into the timeline. And then I'm just gonna change to less view here and on the actual sequence. I'm just going to select auto reframe sequence. I just want to point out that if you've got your effects panel open, it's a little bit hidden under the transform. You can also drag this to the video clip that I prefer to just do it from the media browser . So let's go ahead and select auto reframe sequence. Okay, so we're gonna start off just by creating a one by one square, and I'm just gonna call it's statue. And Ah, so we clicked. Aspect ratio dropped down. You can see that we've got a variety of other options. I believe the nine by 16 is good for instagram TV, and ah, one by one should be okay for instagram motion presets. We can either do it at the regular speed slower or faster. And we have two more options in clip nesting which don't reapply because I don't have any motion adjustments here. And, um, if I do nose clips, it were moved transitions. So I'm just gonna go ahead and select that and create. You can see it's analyzing making some adjustments. It's creating a new sequence and that can even play it back. And it was a bit of a jump there because I panned over there. So stop it right here now, just right there. And that's pretty much how we create a aspect ratio one by one aspect ratio out of that clip. So the final step is to export the media control em is the short cuts. Okay, I'm going to use a shoe 64 which is our compressed Kodak. And I'll just select much source because this is a not a usual resolution that's creating 2160 by 2160. So if you use a standard video project resolution was safe, full four k, this video clip is gonna have blocked borders. So that's why for now, I'm just selecting match source because it's going to create the video project according to the resolution off the aspect ratio we selected, if that makes sense, So I'm just gonna select where I want to say that. Is it? Conceive also got some samples already created and it's only four megabytes. We're gonna go ahead and put that over into the adobe media encoder 2020. Cute, because I'm going to create a few other ones so we can just export the whole thing in a batch. So what? Actually click on the sequence icon. Not this one. This is the actual source and then select auto reframe sequence. This time I'm gonna do a nine by 16. Just name the file statue and then let's just try slower motion. Don't mess clips creates. So it's analyzing. All right, that's created. Here we go. Okay, again, I'm just gonna clip this file bits, Okay? We can go ahead and just exports. Okay, So let's just say we wanted to create an ultra small size weaken do match source, though by traits. So that's three megabytes. That's a pretty small file. I'm just gonna go ahead and select high by traits, not you slow. And if I want to increase the quality, but I can use maximum render quality rendered maximum that and that could even create to pass and increase the target rates. Let's say 20. Now we're getting a slightly larger file size and let's set. Let's push that over to the Q. All right, so we got her two clips ready. Let's go back and Mrs clean things up a bit. Let's just create a simple multi clip projects just so you can see how we apply the order reframes an entire sequence. So first I just want to see what resolution this clip is. So old picture or hit the properties. This is a full four K. I want to start off with clips that are just say, 38 40 by 2160. Okay, so these two clips over here, All right, this is an interesting one. It's going to from that a bit that will move the other clip, which all the same resolution in there. And then let's add one other clip. This will be a clip. That's slightly high. Resolution full four K. Let's just bring the laptop seen over. Okay, Now, this is a little bit advance, but because this is a slightly high resolution Aiken, just the scale. Just a bit, Okay? Not much, actually. So this is full four k. Check the properties. This and this sequence. 4105 Check the properties of this. Okay, so I should be able to crop in bits. Yeah. Okay, so this clip is at 105 Okay, Just a simple three clip video. And let's just say we won't apply. Order. Reframe to the entire thing. What I do is I right. Click on the sequence that has the video project, and I select older reframe sequence, and I want to create this for I g TV. So it's like nine. My 16 and koi fish I g TV. And then I'm gonna. Because I do have some. Well, I don't have motion adjustments. I'll just select Don't less clips and creates. Okay, let's look at the finished products. And let's just mute this all your timeline, okay? Has done its job. There we go. Compare that to the original. See, it's cropped out a lot of the sides there. All right, So something else we could add is some music. Notice how, Even though the crop out law the picture, it does focus on the subject of interest. And that's part of that adobe ai. And, um So let's go ahead and just find track, right? So I'm just bring over a quick music track. We're just gonna insert this in the clip here, okay? We gotta be sure to clip the music track to the same length. Otherwise, we can end up with long clip and blank video. All right, so last step is to export this. So we're gonna put this on instagram TV. The fact that we've made enough for two resize it to the native aspect ratio of the platform, which is I G TV. Okay. Here. And we put some music, should give us heads up or heads and shoulders advantage over the competition. All right, so we will go ahead and export these and, ah, I will give you access to see the finished outputs in the course. So in last step is to hit play. So we're going to create those order reframes for the single clips as well as the video project, so you can go ahead and try these using the practice files and good luck. 18. Adobe 2020 how to do a voiceover: all right. In this video lesson, you're gonna learn how to do a voice over in Adobe Premiere 2020. Let's just say you have a external microphone connected through USB, and you want a recorder, podcasts or voice over. Whatever the reason, you want to record your audio directly in adoree pregnant 2020. And let's just take this video project, for example, and we want to re record in on your track over this video. Okay, so some things I recommend you do art a mute, all the other trucks, and we want to go over to edit preferences, goto audio hardware and default input. You want to select the microphone that you are using, so not the computer microphone. You want to select the model that you're using now? I don't want to do that now because I'm actually recording audio into the program. That screen recording this video you're watching right now. So this goes like no, otherwise you would select default input Name of your microphone hit. Okay. The next thing we want to do is to check the box that says mute input during timeline recording. So what this is going to do is It's not gonna playback Leonia while you're recording, creating a weird audio feedback loop so you can check this box and that will take care of you. And then the last thing you need to do is just click the microphone. Here you will start the countdown, and it's recording. When you're done recording, all you need to do is hit the red icon again for the audio track that you want to record it on and you're done. Okay, so we can play on your track, then you want to record it on and you're done. So there we go. I wasn't ah, 100% sure that would work because I'm using my mic for the on the screen recording software . But it did so if you have other audio tracks, was deceived up music and you want them in the video, you can go ahead and on mute those and ah, that's pretty much Bix. So that's how you do a voice over in W Premier 2020 and ah, just make sure that you select the right all your truck. In this case, I'm using all your track three because the other two were busy. But you can select all your truck Fouras. Well, those will work as well. Just depends on what type of project that you're doing. 19. Audio Gain: All right. So one of the new features of Adobe 2020 is the ability to increase the audio gain to 15 decibels. The previous version was six decibels, So I'm just gonna go ahead and take you straight into sequence with the video and audio track. Okay, so we have our timeline here with our sequence, and we also have our audio meters, which is on the right hand side, as well as the audio clip mixer, which is on the left shift nine to make sure that's open. So that's on the left. So to increase the gain for the entire track, I prefer to use the audio mixer, so maybe a bit confusing at first, but I'll simplify for you in a second here. So we have our video track one V one B two B three on your tracks. We have a warning to a three. So the audio clip it's a one. So we want to focus right here where it says audio one. And if I play this clip back, this is where you'll see the bars showing some action here. Okay, I'm just gonna expand the only meters, but more so you can see. So if I wanted to decrease the volume for the entire track, so I was gonna okay, make resized to make more room, I would bring this meter down where I can manually just set set the volume specifically here minus 10 for example. And then if I played back, you can see that it doesn't go over minus 10. Now, I just wanted to illustrate how you can bring it to 15 decibels, which is going to be, I'm guessing way too loud. It's gonna be peaking. You just couldn't bring the bar up, or you can just manually set it up to 15. So this is a new feature in Adobe Premiere. You can see it's in the red zone thing. This is not what we want, so we'll just put it back down. Zero. So this this will be good. A good application for this is if maybe you're capturing some audio. That's not loud enough. And you just need a little bit more gain to be able to hear that audio. This is the technique to do it. You can do it. A nautical mixer. If you're doing it on a per clip basis, you could skylighted go to clip and go to audio gain options, and then this is where you could adjusted to. But I prefer to walk work in the audio mixer because I'm typically Justin Audio for an entire track rather than a per clip level. 20. Adobe 2020 MATCHING CLIPS TO BEATS: Okay, We're gonna look at matching the clips to the beat in Adobe Premiere 2020. I've done this before in another lesson, but I thought I give you another example of this in 2020. And to do this, you need to have your music. You need to prepare some clips. So I played this portion back. You can see that there's some clear beats here that I can add the markers manually or I can use. Ah, I can play back and press M toe Adam. So you need to add these markers. I'll just lips. I highlight the timeline. I should be able to delete this clear selected marker so we'll go through this process again. So by highlighting on an empty air of the timeline, I can play this truck back using the space bar to add the markers. That's his first step. Okay, I did a terrible job of adding the markers so sometimes depends on your situation. Right now I'm recording, so it's could be a bit sluggish. So what you can do is you can actually just move the markers yourself so that they they line up with the beats so you can see if you zoom in enough, you can see the the wave, the pattern of the wave where it actually where the drum beaters. So I'll just manually move them here. All right, So I'm just gonna cut these clips out and replace them with three other clips. So, for example, I've just created a separate bid called Match Beats. And this is just a separated from the other assets. So if we just go to list here, I've marked it with zed in the fronts just by clicking in. And if I look at each of these clips, this is the source window here. We just increase that You can see that the highlighted the chosen portion of the clip is just about over a second. Okay, maybe you want to do it even less so. The order that you select these clips is important because that's the order that the idea is that it will lay it out. So if I click these three So I got three clips and a place here. I can now click on the project panel, go to clip on May 2 sequence, and I want to select at a numbered markers and selection order. Okay, so I'm gonna select insert, and it's it. Okay, so that's not what we want, because it pushed everything. Ah, so control Z. So we go to clip, automate to sequence and overwrite edits Ignore audio. There we go. So if you please, here we go. Perfect. Automate the sequence. Okay, so that's automate to sequence in Adobe Premiere 2020. So let's just recap here. So you want to find the clips that you want to match the beat, make sure you use the source window to mark in and out the portion of the clip, usually a second or less that you want. I recommend to put them in a separate bin or folder so that they're easier to select and pay attention to the order that you select them or click on Knicks. He wanna add your markers in the timeline, not on a clip in the timeline. So make sure you click on a blank area. The timeline just collect. Ah, double check your keyboard shortcuts by default. I believe it's m that will allow you to add the markers right up here. Then you want to place your needle where he wanted it. Select the clips that you want with a project panel highlighted go to clip, automate to sequence. And then we covered the specific steps in that area. So that's how I can match your beats to the music. Very nice technique, especially if you've got ah long, complicated song with complex, layered beats. 21. Adobe 2020 Using Warp Stabilizer to stabilize: all right. In this video, we're gonna plunge the warp stabilizer in Adobe Premiere 2020. It's the same in 2019 but let's just try it in 2020. So what's the situation here? We have a video where I'm applying some b roll. And ah, this bureau was shot with a handheld. Ah, SLR canon SLR with no stabilization in the body or the lens, which means that the footage is a little bit shaky. I was also lying on the floor trying to get this very awkward angle shot. And let me just show you the overview of the timeline here. Okay, let's go on to stabilize this clip. So we go over to our fax panel. If you can't find it, just go to shift seven and search for warp stabilizer. This is probably the most useful effect if I use in Adobe premiere. Okay, so I've dragged the warp stabilizer fact on top of the clip, and you can see that it's analyzing. So this may take several minutes, depending on the type of footage, the resolution, that is how long the cliff is and, um, after it's applied, what I recommend is you played back to see how good of a job Adobe Primary did. And you may need to make some adjustments in the effects control panel. So when we rejoined, we're gonna take a look at the job that will be permitted. Okay, so we have our effects control panel open, and you can analyze the progress from the warp stabilizer effect in the effects control panel. And let's take a look at the effect here. Let's just go to the timeline. Press the space bar for that hour for that client when you're giving a massage, because I've given tens of thousands of massages when you're giving this up. That did a pretty good job, I have to say. But I'll just go over to the effects control just to see some of the options that you do have. So if we compress that menu, you can see all the options here so we can re analyze it. We can change the motion. There's a whole different set of choices we have for the method. We can preserve scale. I've used preserve skill in the past. Sometimes what it does is change the aspect ratio so you could do things like check preserve scale an additional scale. I haven't used these before, and there's even advanced options. I recommend if you can to shoot with a tripod or used a lens with stabilization or a counter. Bonnie was stabilization. You'll do a lot to avoid the need to to do this. But if it's just minor handheld footage like you saw before, I think Premier does a good job out of the box to apply stabilization, so that's it. 22. Adobe creating and troubleshooting autoreframe hd: OK, in this video, we're going a create a auto reframe of an existing video, and then we're gonna take a look at the results and troubleshoot it. So first of all, we need to find our sequence. So here it is. Kale HD extended. So this isn't HD Project. It's 16 by nine. So the easiest way to do that is you can search for it, and here we go. So the next step is to right click from the project panel Select Auto Reframe sequence, and you can see that it automatically names the sequence because it's going to create a sequence in the project panel with Thea Aspect ratio in rockets or parentheses. So what we want is vertical nine by 16. So this would be a good fit for instagram TV. Okay, motion preset weaken disliked a default. And we're going to select doughnuts clips because we have transitions. So we'll give that a try, select create, and we can see that we've got another sequence over here, and Dobie stores that in the in a separate folder called Auto Reframe sequences and I've already created one. Actually, this was for the shorter version of the video, but this one's for the extended. And okay, it looks like it's finished. That was actually pretty quick. Yes, I'm just gonna turn on the volume. I'm just gonna meet this because I don't want to hurt your years. So what we're gonna do is just go to the beginning of the timeline, and then I'm gonna Breaux's get a preview of how this looks, so I don't expect it to be perfect. Our goal here is to get people to from one platform to another. So Instagram TV, maybe over to YouTube or my website. Okay, So that looks good so far. Thea matching the clips of the beats that was retained. We want to make sure that the action stays in frame. Nothing is off center. And it's okay if some of these clips are they've got the borders. I don't mind. This usually happens to clips that are four k. It handles the auto reframe, handles it differently. Let's just double check here, and you just need to expand that. I believe this is a four K clip and it is ultra HD four k. There's the resolution. So we do have an option here with the effect controls window open on the left. I could expand that a bit just to fill out the borders, but I'm limited at 200%. And that's just the way it is. With this aspect ratio, I could reposition it, but it's is going to be hard to fill up the entire frame. And that's just, you know, that's what you have to deal with when you're putting four K clips in an HD projector and you're creating a auto reframe sequence nine by 16 vertical case. So if you're okay with that, which I am, keep on going, OK, that's nice and kept my transition there. And now we're going to get to some than stuff here. Okay, so what happened there? We have a speed ram. Okay, so this miss the drink. So if we expand the perfect control window, we can see these key frames here, So that's the position. So if I delete this, Okay, so at this position, I can see him making the drink, and then the action moves over here. And so what we could do because we have position highlighted in the effect controls is I could move this over so we could see the drink. We want to make sure that we're not cutting off any borders. Let's just play that back. Okay? So that better. I mean, it's a really a really fast sequence there. Okay, so that's better. That's just a quick example of how you can troubleshoot the results off the off the auto reframe. Good. We've got the towers and frame, okay. And sting a good job so far. Okay, Here it seems to have trouble with auto remapping. So I've got the effect controls window open. And the problem is that we can't see the dumpling xiao long bao that the chopsticks picking up. So what I'm gonna do is just with position highlighted. Just going to move this over, okay? And then play this bag. Okay? So that this key frame here is good, but then I believe that key frame moves it back, so I'm gonna delete that one. Let's just go back here. So we go to that key frame, and now I can see the positioning is changing as we're advancing. So what I can do is I can just just delete these key frames, highlight them, and elite delete these as well, and I keep playing here. Great. See, we we keep the dumpling and frame now because I've deleted the key frames for position. That's mostly what this auto reframes doing. It's creating key frames, trying to keep the action in the frame. Okay, Lets just move back here. Good. And that kept our speed ramps. So I'm happy with that. Okay. These are four K clips, so beginning those black borders, I'm OK with that. You can even use that extra real estate of at the bottom in the top to put some texts. Okay, great. The text is in frame. Okay, So what I might want to do is if I want to call to action, I can say I can just add to the text here or maybe create another. I could just add another Ah, called action thinking. I can just put this here, and I could just say Okay, so I'm just going to relocate that select position, and then I'll just use the blank area. Okay. So highlighted. Ah, lopresti And check. Are you too? I'm gonna make this way. Smaller. Full size version. Here we go. Simple as that whips. I still get the subtitle there. So let me just delete that on. What is this? We got some text over there. It was to eat that to eat that one. And then this we will the center that I wanted lower. There we go. Okay. It's not going to save. The last step is to export the sequence. Kale HD extended nine, my 16. So I'm going to highlight it in the project panel. Right click. And from here, I could just select export media wait for the window to pop up. Okay, so there's an important last step here. Chance that is. You want to select match source high by trade. Now keep your eye on this window here. There's a lot of black borders around it because this is in a 1920 by 10. 80. So look what happens when we change this too much source. Now it's a completely different did I mention and it's mawr. Uh, it's similar to what we want. Okay, So last step is, we get, we can either select export or push it to the adobe encoder que which I like, and then we can render and create this video. So That's how we can create a auto reframe for social media like Instagram TV and, ah, we went through the process of troubleshooting it by looking at some of the key frames, because what the auto reframe is doing is the AI, or the software is trying to keep the action in the frame by creating position key frames. So we went through the video, we played it back and we fixed a few of the clips where it wasn't ideal. So the last step is just to click play there and that's it. 23. Adobe Premiere 2020 how to publish to IGTV and make cover image: Okay, We're gonna cover the last step, and that is to upload your instagram TV video over to Instagram. So I recommend you get a plug in. I use that cell for instagram for Google Chrome, and that allows me to fine the video that I edited on my computer and upload this straight to instagram. So one thing that I didn't do well before export it was unm ute the audio track. So I don't have the music attached to this video, and that's okay. And that's something that you could just keep in mind. So with the video truck here, let's just take a quick peek at it. All right? So that looks good. Okay, So next step is to click on I g TV. Close that select upload, and we're gonna drag this video over in a dragon drop. Okay, Now, we must not forget to find a cover video, and it wants the dimensions of 492 by 762 Okay, so we've got a weird been no here, so I'm just gonna quickly see if I could find one here. I have a feeling that this will not Okay, That's all right. Andi. I'll introduce it to another tool. It's called Adobe Spark. So if you have Premier, you've got free access to this. So I'll just open up another window because it's uploading. And we could just create 1492 by 762 So Adobe Spark is like a program called Can va. It's a good way to Yeah, create covers thumbnail covers for law, different social media. So let's just see if they've got one here. Doesn't like they have one for instagram TV, So I'm gonna create a custom one on Adobe Spark 492 by 762 Okay, select. Next, and we're going to get a proverb here, and you've got some nice templates that we can use. I'm just taking a look at these. Just gonna pick this one here, Okay? So we can create from this template, So not too difficult. We just need Teoh customize a few things. Okay, so let's first customize the techs. Well, uh, poor Malaysia Night life 2020. Okay, we'll just put my website there. Boy, Rush productions come. Okay, So when I just changed this text, see if they've got something different. Okay, that's good. Now I want to replace this. So I'm gonna highlight that photo, and I'm gonna select replace, and I want to try find one of my own photos. And let's just go over to downloads action. Not sure that's the right window. Click there. Okay. So, no, I could try to find one that matches the video. Yeah, something like that we can add to collage. Okay. I want to delete this photo. I want to delete that cell, okay. And also in a delete that Icahn, and then I want to try and scale this down. Okay, So not perfect. But, you know, that's a nice That's a decent start and even make it a bit more interesting by using some of these filters can blur things. Okay, let's go with that. Okay, so we're gonna download. Let's look J Peg, and we'll just take note of the foul name my posts. Five So quick at it. My post five there would go perfect fits and oh, boy. And now we need to put in a description Kuala Lumpur nightlife money video. Okay, So actually posted a video on UT, but I like to just copy the description because I've actually got a lot of links that I put in my YouTube videos. There we go. So why re create the wheel when we can just copy the description? So that's what I'm gonna do. So I'm gonna copy the link number one, watch the full sized version, then that's gonna edit this. And then I can copies the text a lot easier. Control a control, see to select all copy and then just paste that in there. And I can even connect my Facebook page because I do have a couple and ah, I got to select There's tournaments in Asia Connect, page, post, boom! And there we go. And so we've got a video that will be showing up shortly on my G TV. There we go and plays nice. We've got links here, live links to the full video. We got links to other stuff and yeah, so now you can share this. You can copy the links and yeah, that's so that's how we publish a video from Adobe Premiere over to Instagram TV. If you enjoy this, please check out the rest of the lessons in the Adobe premiere 2020 essentials. Course 24. Adobe premiere how to do a timelapse: What's up, everyone In this lesson, we're gonna learn how to create a time lapse in Adobe Project 2020. So this is gonna be useful for people that have cameras that don't automatically created time lapse. Or maybe you have a modern camera and it failed. Teoh auto, generate the time ups. Most new cameras, like the Panasonic Jaish Five and automatically create a time lapse video or go pro so that you don't have to go through this. But let's just go through it. How we do it into every premier 2020. So to begin, we create a new project and I'm just gonna name it time ups. So for this project, you should have your image files in a folder and they should be sequential sequential J pecs. So something that you should know is the resolution of these photos. Ideally, they should be higher than full HD, which is 1920 by 10. 80 p and hopefully there even higher, which is about four K. So 4096 times 2160. So, while I'm getting this information, let's bring these into our Dobie Premier who could do this in the project panel we can double click to get the folder that you have those images in que minds on an external drive on. Let me just find the air. Too many folders. Too much footage. Okay. I like to have it in details or list View. This is easier to see the date. Okay, You can expand that window if it's too small and just highlight a mall. Okay, So the resolution is 51 84 by 29 sixties, so I can easily do a full four k video and hired the resolution the better, J. So we're gonna import our files. And the function in premiere that allows us to create a time lapse is called automate to sequence. This is also the same function that you can use to match your music. Beats in your song to your video clips. So it's worth it's a technique worth learning. Okay, so here's our pro jack panel, and I'm just gonna again put it into listsview. So I'm gonna just highlight this again just to make sure I'm going from chronological order . So the first file and I'm gonna shift click to make sure those air highlighted. Okay, so we need to create a sequence. So let's just create a full four K sequence. So I'm just gonna create us a custom 2160. Ah, we're to set it at 24 frames. Okay, quick time on, and we'll just leave it animation, All right. Another way you can create a sequence is you could just right click on one of your clips, and then you can delete that. All right, so now, after highlight these images again. Okay? So make sure you've got your needle placed in the sequence. Some using the sequence created by right clicking on the emissions sequence. And I'm going to select this icon here, automate the sequence. So let's look at these selections here. So I'm gonna select selection order and one placement sequentially over right at it. That's fine. So was setting that. We really need to pay attention to this frames personal. So per every still, we're gonna get one frame, and we don't need to worry about any of the options. So let's hit, okay? And let's just expand our monitor and we'll just minimize these workspaces we're not using and let's press space bar. Okay, so we have some movement on there because I did have my camera's sitting on a rodent gimbal , which had a pre program movement path so that as some production value here, So what I can do with a time lapse that is off this resolution is I can put it in full HD project and have a lot of real estate to crop in the video. So let's just see what resolution the sequence has been created 51 84 by 29 20 which is actually five k. Okay, so I'm just gonna go ahead and export this, and then I'll show you the options that I have when I do export it. Now, the great thing is that we can select a number of options weaken match source, which is going to take the full resolution. So we're gonna call this time lapse five k. All right. And then this is a pretty small follows 15 Meg's. So just for testing will just leave it like that. Well, just like you, this will push it out to Adobe Encoder, which is going and create a batch of time lapse videos we're gonna create. I'm also gonna create another version of the same decree 84 k version of this using one of the presets, and then we can compare it. Export media. Okay, we can select Dobie four K without on you. So this is adobe stock or stock agency quality. So we can see that we've already got some borders here, Black borders, because off the resolution. So what we can do is control a copy all of these stills and go to that sequence we created . That is four K and pay season and then scale the frame size. Okay, so when we scale the frame size, that's when we get getting those side borders. So we're gonna undo, and I'm just gonna check out, I'm gonna focus on one still here, Gonna highlight one image and bring up my fact controls using shift five. I'm just gonna expand scale so I can see to get the maximum amounts from these stills. Ideally, let's to say 80 is what I want. The thing is, I don't want to do this unless I could do it to all the clips of the same time. Otherwise, it's just a lot of work. So let's just hit five. And unfortunately, that is not available. Okay, So unless we want to manually scale all these clips to 80% we're looking at just going with what has been given to us. Okay, so let's just export it like this. At least we can export of the four K without the black borders. Okay, so let's select well before cave the audio. So this one should be great, yet not no borders cut off. Okay, let's cue that up. And the last step is to export these files and I'll show you the finished products off how these both look and compare in an HD project. So is gonna hit exports, and we'll just queue it up and I'll show you these time lapses. So I hope you enjoy this lesson, and this helps you create your time lapse. But again, if you're using a modern camera, you should have the ability to create the time lapse in camera, which is a lot easier to do so. If you like this video, please check up some of my other video tutorials on Adobe Premiere 2020. I have a course. It's a dhobi premier essentials, which is a bundle. The teachers you don't be premiered 2020 and final Cut Pro X. Check the links and we'll see you in the course hopefully. 25. Adobe 2020 summary edit: Congratulations and thank you for taking the Adobe Premiere essentials course. I hope you learned a lot. You've learned some fundamentals, you've learned some specific skills that I've shared with these client video edits as well as the practice footage that you've got an access to throughout this course. Whether your goal is to be a video editor or maybe you want to be a creative entrepreneur like myself, having a good foundation in video editing and choosing a good video editing platform like Adobe Premiere 2020 or Final Cut Pro X is a really good decision because these are the two most popular video editing platforms. Adobe Premier has a larger user base, and because of that, you're going to get access to a lot more things like plugins and graphic intros and templates that Final Cut can compare with. But at the end of the day, you can end up spending more with Adobe because of their Cloud pricing model where you have to pay every month, every year to access that software. Whereas Final Cut Pro X is a onetime purchase, no matter what tool you use. Final Cut in Adobe are a good investment of your time and your money. And it's gonna give you the power to create. I think it's a great opportunity in 2020 and beyond to be able to film videos, to be able to edit videos. But being able to video edit as a very powerful skill that you can do from just about anywhere with a fast Internet connection and a powerful computer. So it's definitely, if I were to decide between the two, It's a tough choice. Being able to video editing is where all that footage, no matter what cameras use drones as Lars mirrorless cameras, you're going to have to edit it in order to shared with the world. So I see a high demand for video editing, especially as videos with different cameras become a lot more popular with corporate clients as well as individuals and travelers and the smartphones creating amazing video. One piece of advice I can offer to you is not to get overwhelmed with the amount of details and things that you have to remember in Adobe Premiere. Because there's so much that you can learn about the program. I haven't even learned every single function above Premier because you can edit really good videos without learning every single little thing. There's always going to be things under the hood that you don't know until you actually come to a point where you're editing a client project or you're working on a specific video where you need to find that specific function or you need to do that thing. I think that's the best way that you can learn. Focus on the fundamentals, get some practice, and then put yourself out there and start doing some client work or start editing some YouTube videos. And then you're going to actually learn and apply some of the things that you learn in the course. And if there isn't anything covering in the course, I encourage you to ask me a question. You can also Google, You can also YouTube it because a large user community, there's going to be an answer there most of the time. Once again, thanks for taking this course and good luck on your video editing future, your creative future, and we'll see you later.