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Adobe Premiere Rush: Video Editing for Beginners

Johnny Sturgeon, Video-editor and Graphic Designer

Adobe Premiere Rush: Video Editing for Beginners

Johnny Sturgeon, Video-editor and Graphic Designer

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12 Lessons (34m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:57
    • 2. Creating a New Project

      3:54
    • 3. Touring the Interface

      4:05
    • 4. Titles and Text

      2:55
    • 5. Transitions

      3:27
    • 6. Colour Basics

      3:46
    • 7. Colour Grading

      2:33
    • 8. Vintage Film Effect

      1:59
    • 9. Speed Controls

      2:51
    • 10. Audio Optimisation

      3:07
    • 11. Scale, Crop and Move

      2:09
    • 12. Uploading and Sharing

      2:38
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Adobe Premiere Rush

Rush is an amazing desktop and mobile application designed for online video creators with export options ranging from Youtube to Facebook. It is an an all-in-one video editing program with motion graphics and audio mixing capabilities. It is perfect for someone who is new to video-editing.

Class Objectives

After this class you will know how to do the following:

  • Create a new Premiere Rush project.
  • Know your way around the interface and video timeline.
  • Perform basic edits, arranging clips and working in multiple layers.
  • Create graphics, titles and texts.
  • Add suitable transitions to your videos.
  • Learn the basics of colour including how to grade footage and how to add film effects.
  • Alter the speed to create depth in your shots.
  • Adjust audio to improve sound quality.
  • Scale, crop and move clips around the screen.
  • Export your video and upload to social media channels.

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I am a student and part-time video editor with two UK film festival awards under my belt. In the past I have used both Adobe Premiere Pro and iMovie however I truly believe that Adobe Premiere Rush is the most suitable video-editing software for creators on the go or those who are just entering the scene.

If you found this course useful then I would be ever so grateful if you could give it a thumbs up and leave a positive review!

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Johnny Sturgeon

Video-editor and Graphic Designer

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Hello, my name is Johnny and I am a full-time student at the University of Oxford and a part-time video editor. I have edited for several years across multiple software platforms and have had two films win UK film festivals.

In my courses you will learn how to use such video-editing software as well as other creative/graphic design based outlets.

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1. Introduction: Hey, everyone. And welcome to this getting started course on Adobe Premiere Rush CC Rush is adobes first, all in one video app that allows you to edit and share your content quickly and easily from your mobile device or computer. It is a truly incredible piece of software, which is perfect for those of you who are new to the world of video editing. In this course, I will teach you your way around rush from the very first step of creating a new project all the way to the point of distributing your films to the world. Along the way, I will show you how to add text transitions, collar grade, adjust speed, optimize your audio and manipulate the size and scale of your footage. In just over 30 minutes, you'll learn everything you need to know in order to be proficient with Rush so that you could be producing your own incredible content in no time at all. Good luck. I hope you find this course informative. Andi, I look forward to seeing you in the first lesson 2. Creating a New Project: Hello and welcome. Thank you very much for joining me on this course on Adobe Premiere Rush. We're going to jump in at the beginning by creating a new project. After launching Rush, you'll see a blue button called Create a New Project. You simply click on that to get started. I'm working on a desktop, but you can also start a new project using the plus sign at the bottom of the application on a mobile device. After clicking, create new Project, the media browser appears. This is where you select media. You wish to import into the project. But before adding media, let's name this project down here at the lower left, you'll see the word untitled next to the project name. Select that field and give the project in name. This is a crucial step because if you do not do this, you're simply end up with a lot of untitled projects. Our begin by naming mine hiking in the forest. Now that we're already down in the lower left hand corner of the application, let's point out a few things here. I've placed a check mark next to sync with Creative Cloud. This means that it automatically saves a backup of this project to the cloud. If you wish. You turn that off, simply unclipped the box. Next to this are two buttons. The first is the filter. This allows you to search for video, audio or images only. And then there's this sort button, which allows you to sort items by name and date created. Now let's get back up to the top to the media browser, and I'll show you how to add some footage to your project. I've downloaded some stock footage and saved it locally in my video folder. This lives here on my computer. I can also import footage from the cloud on defy. Go back down to the bottom left hand corner. I complacent. Check Mark to copy Cloud Media onto this local device. I'd like to view these movie clips by the date they were created. Therefore, I'll head down to the short folder and click Date created. Now our return to my movie clips on hover the cursor over the thumbnails to briefly preview the content. Also, let the clips in the order. I wish for them to appear in my sequence. I'd like to edit this piece to music. So on the left down here, I'll use a sample rush soundtrack. The next step is to go to the bottom right hand corner on press create. From there, you'll see that it says preparing media as Rush optimizes. The clips for playback on the clips you clicked are then added to the sequence in the order that you selected them. Congratulations. You are already story building in Adobe Premiere Rush. Now Rush automatically sets the video frame aspect ratio based on the media you imported. However, you can change the frame orientation from landscape to pore, trait or square right here in the edit panel. However, for video, your best bet is to stick with the 16 by nine video ratio. This is a standard landscape ratio. Next, we're going to click up here on the home button. This returns us to the project browser. From here, we can create another project, and if we press the three dots at the bottom right of our project icon, weaken, turn cloud sinking on off delete or rename our project. Oh, click on this panel to return to the editing panel off our project. Well done. You've just completed the first lesson in Adobe Premiere Rush. In the next stage, we'll begin looking at the interface on then we're beginning the exciting process off editing. 3. Touring the Interface: in the second section of this course will tour the interface. If you click up here on the top left hand corner, there is a big blue plus button. From here, you can add elements such as titles, more media like videos or music, or even record your own voice over below this, you'll find a box icon. This will open up your project panel, and from here you will see all the media you selected fuel project. You can hover over such media and scrub through to preview it on. When you select a clip, you can add it to your timeline by hitting the blue add button in order to move forwards and backwards through your video. What's your editing? You can scroll across here and see this blue dot If you move it forwards or backwards, it will preview your video at the time code that you see as you move the boo dot. It will also move the play head in. The timeline below it here indicates the exact time code where it's at aunt to its right. You'll see another time. This demonstrates the length of the entire duration of your video. You can also navigate through by using these buttons below the preview panel. If you collect this one, it sends you to your previous added point. Meanwhile, on the opposite side, it sends you to your next. At that point, you can click backwards to frame or indeed, forward to frame on. Do you compress, play and pause. Helpful tip is that when you hover over them, they'll show a box, which indicates the short cut code you can use on your keyboard to the right. You can press this button in order to send your video into four screen. Simply tap it again to minimize the screen. To the right again is a looped playback feature. If you select this, it means that your video wants completely run through will simply start again. Let's move on to the timeline features. Move your play head to the point in your clip, which you want to make inauguration. Then select the video. You know it's selected because will be highlighted in orange. You can press the scissors icon on the left hand side to split the clip into two. Then you can press the button below to duplicate the clip. And if you so wish you can then press the icon for the been below to delete it. It's very easy to rearrange clips inside Rush. Simply click on one clip and drag along the time frame to move it automatically. To quickly edit the content of the clip. You contract the orange handles at the end of each one to shorten or lengthen it. Thus, if a video has more footage in, you can drag it out to reveal more, or you can drag it to the side to cut it. There are a couple more editing tools that you need to know. If you head down to the left, you can click on the expand audio icon, which will reveal the audio associated with your video clips. From here, you are able to shorten or lengthen the audio separately from the video portion. You can also see that Russia's placed icons on some of the audio clips in the timeline here , Russia's identified which type of audio this is whether it is music, background, noise and sound or a person speaking. Now. None of these clips have a person speaking, but if they did, that would be indicated here by a little figure of ahead. This is very useful as it will allow you to automatically identify what type of audio you have on bus. Optimize it so it sounds better below the expand audio icon is the track controls icon. Selecting this will reveal the track controls. This allows you to lock, mute or even hide entire tracts. In the timeline, Rush supports up to four video tracks and up to three audio tracks. Onda the very bottom here. You can move through this bar to scroll through the timeline quickly or grab the circles on either end to zoom in and out of the timeline. I suggest you play around with this so you can get a feel for how to use it. 4. Titles and Text: In the third part of this lesson, I will teach you how to add and customized titles in Rush. There are two main ways to add titles. The first way is to go up here to the plus icon and create a default title that you can edit. The second is to try out different styles by clicking on the title templates in the panel on the right. This panel here shows you a bunch of different built in professionally designed title templates that you can customize. Some of them are also animated. Let's first begin with the method I showed you first, so you appear to the plus icon and created to fault title. You can double click on the text here in the monitor and then type out your own title. From here, go across to the edit tab on under the title panel. On the right, you can make further customization. For example, you can change the font the style or make adjustments to the sizes in the slider. Furthermore, you have the option to adjust the character spacing, the line spacing or even the baseline shift. You can also adjust the color this being the color fill the color outline or even add a shadow. If you go down to the timeline, you can also edit the title directly from here. Just like with a video clip, you can trim the length by shortening or lengthening the orange handles on either end, clicking on the title itself. In the video preview, you can scale, rotate or change the titles position. If, however, any point you wish to under your changes, then on a Mac it commands set or on a PC, it controls said the other way to add a title is to drag and drop a title template from the title panel Browsing profiles. Here you can search by keyword to find some of the templates that you might be looking for . You can also start them is a favorite. This means that they're easy to find later down the line, add a title. Simply drag it onto your timeline Once again. If you double click on the title, you can edit the text. You can see that some elements automatically change size and response. The text size. This is called Responsive Design on it makes editing faster and easier. You can also change font types or make any color adjustments. Thus, to fit in with your brand. Here you will find more than just title templates. You'll be able to find elements and colorful transitions, which you can drag into your timeline. You can once again modify all of these colors to fit your branding. Rush offers a great deal of flexibility When it comes to title and motion graphics. There are hundreds of professional designed templates to choose from on. They're all fully customizable. This means making them your own is entirely possible. 5. Transitions: in this chapter, I'll teach you how to use transitions in rock. Transitions are often used to suggest the passing of time and allow for more engaging and smooth film. Now I'll select the first clip in my sequence by positioning the play head over it. Then I'll open the transitions panel on dunder presets. I'll choose the cross dissolve when the clip is selected. In the sequence, the transition is applied at both the start. On de end of the clip, a cross dissolve blends one shot into another. But at the start of a sequence, the cross dissolve creates a fade in by just over the image up from black when placed between clips across his off blends, one shot into the next. If I press command or control A to select all the clips in the sequence on, then choose cross dissolve from the presets panel. The transition will be applied at every cut point between all the clips. With everything in my sequence still selected are now, choose none from the presets panel. Once again, I'll re select the first clip. This time, I'll choose the dip to black preset. The first clip will simply fade up from black. But when placed between clips, the transition fades up on the next shot. Like a blink, a dip to black transition is typically used to signal the beginning or end of a scene. Therefore, I would like to use it. The very end of my sequence, rather than select the final clip, which would apply the transition in two places are simply drag and drop dip to black. At the very end, another useful transition is dipped. A white, which works a lot like dip to black as you'd expect, but face the image to and from white. It should work well here as the camera to its up above the bridge and then down onto the radical of camera. I'll head to the presets panel on drag dipped white. Now I'll press play to see how it looks. I think it could be longer. With the transition still selected, all head up to the edit panel hair using the slider. I can change the duration. I can also type in a time I'll type in two seconds. It'll take one second for the first image to fade toe white and another second for the clip to fade back in. I've got one last cut that could use a transition as the bridge goes from a wider view to a closer view ID like the transition to be smoother. Therefore, all dragon drop across, dissolve preset onto this cut and play through it. It doesn't quite work yet. I need to adjust the timing and position off this transition. My favorite way to change the timing of a transition is by dragging the edges of the effect . I'll press the equal sign to zoom in. Now I can click on the center of the transition and drag it left. All right, it's The effect will begin and end earlier or later as it blends the two clips together. Another useful tip is that you don't need to delete a transition in order to change the duration of a clip. Simply select the clip and drag on the orange handles to make it shorter or longer 6. Colour Basics: for the next few chapters of this cause. I'll teach you all about color in Adobe Premiere Rush. You can instantly change the mood, boost color intensity or add a film. Look to your video using the color presets. As I scrub through these clips in my sequence, I can see they already look pretty great, but I think they'd really pop with some color enhancement, therefore, or go up to the color panel aunt, try using some of the built in preset. The lighting is quite different in each clip, and by adding a film preset, I might be able to quickly unify the look of this series of clips. That's a pretty settle change. Let's try something different. I'd like to see what the cinematic look does to this clip. That's an intense look and really moody. I think it suits this gallery scene, but I think I'll tone it down a bit, using the intensity side in the bottom right hand corner. I think in intensity around about 35 looks best. Now I'll talk with color settings on and off to compare what the clip looks like with and without the preset. So I like this best when the intensity is reduced. Therefore, I want to be able to apply it to other clips with the same intensity quickly. If I select more options and choose create preset Aiken do just this. I'll name the preset cinematic 35 press save. It's now available under the Your Presets panel. I can now quickly add it to my other clips when I apply it to my last clip. I think the man's face looks too saturated, even when I pull the intensity down to the left. His skin tone just doesn't look natural. If I wanted to de saturate this cup a bit, I might select mono and drag the intensity or the way down. I think that looks much better. Whilst I think Amano precept with low intensity is suitable for this clip, I can, in fact, fully customized the color settings myself. I'll go to the color panel and select the edit controls, which are right of the presets button. There are both basic and advanced controls, and it's worth playing with all of these here to feel for what they do for clips. They look too bright or too dark. You can change the exposure. The contrast slider darkens the darks while simultaneously brightening the whites. The highlights brings more details into the shadow area. The shadow slider deepens or brightens only the darkest of pixels. Some controls, such as temperature and tent, changed the overall tonal value of the image. Pulling temperature to the right makes it more warm and adds orange. What's taking it to the left makes it colder. Having a blue undertone with tents dragging to the right as more magenta was dragging to the left makes it more green. Vibrance enhances color. Intensity was protecting skin tones. Meanwhile, saturation increases color across the entire shop. It's therefore often best to use vibrance when you have skin tones because they don't become distorted. Moving down to the advanced section, the faded film effect does exactly what you'd expect, adds a bit of Hayes to the image further down. You can also sharpen the image. In this case, there's sharpens the number plates behind the man. If I change my mind, I can press the reset button next. The advanced controls to remove advanced settings was leaving the basic control settings in place as a final step on. Apply a vignette under the advanced controls, sliding to the right will bright in the edges of the clip. But I want to draw attention to the man at the center of the image, so I'll slide the control left to darken the edges. I can also adjust the feathering to blend the vignette into the image. Once again, you could make thes a custom preset with a name that you can then use later down the line. 7. Colour Grading: in this lesson, I'll teach you how to use Russia's built in color tools in order to make flat looking videos like this one more colorful and vibrant so that the colors pop. Click on the color tab over on the right, and here you'll see a bunch of presets. If you click on the presets, you can see how it effects the image, and you can see it doesn't really help us bring out the color. It just applies a specific look. This is why I recommend you not using a preset but instead venturing over to the edit tab. Let's start by brightening the image. Let's move the exposure slider slightly over to the right. We don't want to over do it or else it will be too overexposed. Then we can add some contrast by moving the slider or so to the right Ondimba highlights. We can bring out a little bit more off the brighter parts of the image to make it pop. As for the shadows, we can move the slider to the left to make the shadows more dark and create more natural contrast. This is the before and the after. You can already see a lot more contrast, and it really is starting to pop. Let's add two more vibrant since the color itself. As we move this vibrant slider to the right, it adds in more saturation to the least saturated areas of the image. This is why you can add a lot of vibrance without it affecting the images. Muchas of saturation slider would. As for saturation, this will Adam or color and saturation to areas already saturated. This means that you don't want to overdo it, and only adding a little is probably best once again that see the before and after. It really is starting to look much more vibrant under the advanced at a little bit of sharpening just to make the image more clear. Once again, you don't want to overdo it or distort the image. Another thing you can do is change the temperature. Right now it looks a little too grey and blue for May, so I definitely don't want to move it to the left. However, if I move it to the right, the image becomes warmer, very similar to a golden hour photo. As for tent, if you move to the left once again. It makes it more green. And if you add it to the right, it makes it more magenta. Given that this image has reds and pinks and it doesn't make sense to move it to the left, so we will push it across to the right. Just a small amount. I think this looks great for the video. Now let's see the final result. This is the before this is the after. So just with these tools, you're able to turn a flat looking video into one that is truly vibrant and pops. 8. Vintage Film Effect: in this section, I'll teach you how to use preset color tools, but improve them for your own look. Specifically will be looking at creating a vintage film style. Look, let's go over to the color tab on the right on from here. From the presets, we can choose the film preset and immediately by using the toggle. You can see the before and after. You can also increase the intensity of the film. Look by moving it to the right, and now it looks even more like a film style look. You can also go to the edit tab to make further changes. If you want the temperature to be warmer, you can move it to the right or to the left to make it more cool. Personally, I'm going to move this one to the right to make it a touch more warm on for the tent. You can make it more green or more magenta. I think this one looks slightly better if it's a bit more green on. The other thing that you can do to make it look older is by adjusting the sharpening modern HD or four K footage is very sharp, so if we reduce the sharpening to around minus 10 minus 15 to make it, unless focus it looks much older. Lastly, underneath the advanced, we can increase a vignette around the edges. We can also add some feathering by moving this to the right. It depends entirely on the look that you're going for. So now, the color before and after it's already starting to look a lot more vintage. Another bonus tip is that we could make it look as if it's being projected. If you go to the crop and rotate menu on the right here, you can scale it down. By doing so. It does appear that the image is being projected. Onda. Under the advanced appearance section, you can add an edge feather. Now let's play it back and see the before and after you can already see. It's beginning to look a lot more vintage 9. Speed Controls: in this part of the course, I'm going to teach you everything you need to know about adjusting this speed in rush. The clip that I'll be using for this lesson is one of an elderly man performing martial arts. As you can see, the video in itself is already rather slow. Therefore, I want to change this speed in order to do so, make sure that the clip is selected and head to the speed panel on the right hand side. Here, you'll see that the entire range and the entire clip is selected. I can drag the slider across to change the speed. Dragging to the left extends the clip, thus making it slower. What's dragging to the right increases the speed, making the clip shorter. I can also change it by typing in the duration that I wish the clip to be in this case 16 seconds. I can also change the speed directly by typing in the percentage increase or decrease that I would like to see here. You can see that with a 250% increase, the clip is a better speed than previously. Now I'm going to show you two tips and tricks by first splitting the clip into two. I'll be able to edit one part of the clip independently. Now I'll add a speed run by changing the range of the clip on the top. With this blue function, I'll be able to adjust just a minor part of the entire clip. With the range selected, I can change the speed in this case. I want to reduce the speed as we pay it. Now you can see that the speed for this part decreases and it slows down. Then it picks back up is normal. Here. You can also change the ramp. This is the time for the speed to change. By making it short, it is a much more sudden change in speed. Now I'm going to do the same but the inverse in order to speed up a segment of the clip. Now, as I increase the clip speed, you can see the effect. It starts normal before a sudden burst and rush, and then it goes back to normal. Furthermore, it's worth noting the maintain audio pitch button. I recommend you simply keep this clicked on as normal at all times. Now let's have a look at the original clip. Firstly, you can see that the clip is already faster than the one we originally imported. Then at this point, you can see that the speed of the man slows down here, then goes back to normal temporarily until there is a sudden rush of speed. Here. Congratulations. You just learned all you need to know about speed in Adobe Premiere Rush. 10. Audio Optimisation: in this segment, I'll teach you about audio and audio optimization. I'm going to begin by first focusing on optimization for music. For this clip, I'll be using the sample media provided, as well as the sample soundtracks that Rush gives Philippines. We're gonna go to, as you can see, once you select a music file and head to the sound. Under the basic section, you have the ability to change the clip volume increase or decrease. The most important part, however, when dealing with music, is that you either toggle the auto duck on or off without the auto duck feature or music and voices play at the same level. However, with auto duck turned on, if music is playing in the background at the same time as someone is speaking in, the music will be reduced in volume. This means that you can listen to the person speaking more clearly. Andi, I highly recommend that you do this. Yes, you also have the function to control how much of the background noise is reduced. You can see that the auto duck feature is turned on because in the time line they'll be clearly an indentation on your audiophile as it decreases. And then, once the Clippers over increases. Now let's move on to audio clips where somebody is speaking once again in the basic Function section, you can increase the clip volume or decrease the clip volume or, if you so wish, you commute. Under the advanced section, However, you have the ability to maintain volume Using auto volume. You can also enable balance sounds. This makes quiet sounds louder and loud. Sounds quieter throughout your clip. Good morning, Philippines. Work again. You can also reduce background noise. This applies noise reduction to dampen constant background noise. You have the ability to increase the intensity or decreased intensity. Play around and see what you think Sounds best. The Martyr Bill beads. It is a working. Furthermore, you have the ability to reduce echo. Be careful, increasing the reduced echo function. Too much can make your clip sound very robotic. The same goes for reducing background noise. Finally, you can click enhance speech in select female or male. Using Russia's algorithms, it will automatically improve the audio. The only thing left to say is it down here. In the bottom is the channel segment. This means that if you have speakers or headphones, which have a left and right separate function. You commute the left side or mute the right side once again, play around with all of these sound functions and find what works best for you. If you use flogs, I'd recommend using the auto duck feature as well as auto volume, balanced sound and some level of reduced background noise, however, at a fairly low intensity. 11. Scale, Crop and Move: on our final chapter for editing. I'll teach you how to scale, crop and move your video. You can improve the look of your footage in rush by cropping, changing the size of an image or repositioning the clips action in the frame. To make these adjustments, head across to the right hand panel and click the lowest icon. Then select your clip in the timeline. The basic function allows you to move the horizontal position and thus move your footage left and right or vertically up and down. You can also rotate your clip from this point. Andi, if you wish to revert, simply click reset. The next tool is to change this scale and size of your footage with maintain proportions selected. Using the wit you can scroll left and right to make it smaller and larger and still retain the same ratio is the height. If you untech the maintain proportions box, then you can stretch and wider than heighten un proportionally. Once again. If you click the box, it will reset the function. Finally, under the advanced section, you can crop your image. You can go down from the top from the right from the left and from the bottom. Once you can make all of these changes in the panel, I personally recommend you. Don't I recommend you simply click the footage on the footage preview part From here you can click the corners or decide to change the size of your footage. You can hold and drag it across the screen to change the bit in focus or re center, or move to the left or to the right. Andi. If you hover over the corners, you can rotate your footage. Finally, the only two left is the opacity one. If you select two pieces of footage and for both, reduce the capacity to around 25 to 30%. You can then drag one on top of the other, and the results into fat is that you can appear to see both at the same time. Here we have a man looking across the desert, but also a zoom in footage off Petra between some rocks. And there you go. It's a simple is that to adjust and manipulate your footage within Adobe Premiere Rush 12. Uploading and Sharing: Welcome to the final chapter off this course. In this final segment, I'll teach you how to save your video to your devices and share directly to your social media channels. In the first release of Rush, your social media destinations include YouTube, Facebook, instagram and behinds. Andi Adobe promises that more destinations will be added over time. By having these here, you have the ability to upload to directly to your social media platforms without having the need to individually upload each every single one. In order to do so, simply click the toggle for whichever upload channel you wish. From here, you have the ability to add a video to a playlist. You can also add a custom title on a description. Furthermore, you have the ability to make the video public private or unlisted. You can also add tags to your video so it's easier for people to find. Adobe also offers the function of being able to schedule it for a few days in the time a few months or even years down the line as well. A specific times rush will automatically choose a default preset that is optimized to make your video look great. on whatever social media platform. You're publishing it, too, but you can also open up the advanced settings and choose other export presets that you prefer. Finally, you can also add a thumbnail. You can simply select a clip in the film and make this your thumbnail or upload one directly from your documents. Then you can hit export to share your video to the world. We don't worry. You'll have one more chance to preview your final video. Thank you ever so much for watching this far into the course. I hope you've learned how to use Adobe Premiere Rush and for people who aren't beginnings, maybe you've picked up a tipple trick along the way. I've left a project for you in the class Project section below. I'd be very grateful and love to see if you would create a video with footage you filmed yourself have acquired online or using this stock footage that Adobe Premiere Rush provides you. I've also left links to footage that I have used from sources online for free in your video , trying out a title at two different transitions. Color grade. Your footage vary the speed practice, audio mixing and make it about a minute long. I'd love if you would then to upload it to the steel share Project gallery so I could see your progress. If you found this course useful at all, I'd be ever so grateful if you could give it a thumbs up and leave a positive review. Thank you ever so much once again and have a wonderful time using Adobe Premiere Russian your future projects on showing off your new skills.