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Intro to Video Editing: Premiere Pro

teacher avatar Yasin Hasan, Professional Video Editor

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9 Lessons (1h 42m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. User Interface

    • 3. Managing Samples

    • 4. Sample Edit 1

    • 5. Sample Edit 2

    • 6. Color Grading

    • 7. Exporting

    • 8. Audio

    • 9. Advanced Tricks

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About This Class

If you are a NOOB at video editing or don't have any idea on Premiere Pro, this is the course for you. Premiere pro is one best video editor & part of Adobe Suite. 

In this beginner level course, you will learn about the User interface on Premiere Pro, how to manage your video samples, Editing the clips, fixing your audio, color grading your footages & how to export your video.

After completing this course, you will be able to EDIT like this:

Brief listing of what you will learn on this course:


- Making your own workspace

- Arranging windows

- Settings

- Timeline 

- Frame dropping indicator 


- Arranging video samples

- Watching your samples

- Sorting your footage

- Creating & importing folders

- Color coding your footage


One this episode I edit a travel video with commentary & show how to do it.

- Creating timeline

- Changing timeline setting

- Basic effects 

- Adding effects

- Text layer


One this episode I try to turn a bad footage to a watchable video.

- Changing speed of clip

- 3rd party plugin

- Color grading

- Stabilization


- Basic color grading

- Saving edits as preset

- Using LUT

- Creating LUT

- Using 3rd party plugin


- How to export

- Creating own preset

- Sequence render


- Normalizing audio

- Using builtin preset

- Fixing noise, reverb

- Using 3rd party VST


- Proxy

- Essential graphics

- Controlling the speed of a clip

- Adding black bars

This course is for YOU if 

- You have no idea about video editing

- You want to learn Premiere Pro

- You are curious how video editing is done

- You have no idea about color grading 

- You have no idea how to use music on your videos

Instructor Yasin Hasan

I'm a professional video editior. Worked as freelancer for a while, worked for company as a editor. Currently I edit for my own tech related Youtube channel. 

Made some cinematic travel videos & music videos for friends. You are welcome to check those out.

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Yasin Hasan

Professional Video Editor


I'm a professional video editor & tech enthusiast. Worked as freelancer for a while, working for a company as an editor. Currently I edit for my own tech related Youtube channel. I have been editing videos for 7 years now.

Made some cinematic travel videos & music videos for friends. You are welcome to check those out.

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1. Intro : If you are new to video editing or Premier Pro, this is the course for you. Premier Pro is one of the most famous video production software and part of Arab sweet. So this is pretty much the only app you need to get into video production. On this course, I'll show you how to tweak the UI, how to import the sample, how to edit the footage, fix your audio, color radio footage, and export the video. I'll also show you how to get familiar with the Premier Pro and some advanced tricks. I'm pretty sure this will be one of the easiest Premier Pro tutorial you will find online videos on these course will be short, easily explained. And to the point. So hope to see you on the next episode. 2. User Interface: Today we'll understand the user interface or Premier Pro. To start editing on Premier Pro, you need to understand that user interface fast and further you. I think this is a very easy software to understand. If you open the Premier Pro for the first time, this is pretty much what you will see, either a tutorial or your project creation panel. Now these are some projects that I created previously. For you. This will be empty and we will create a new project from here. Now this is the window where you will select the place and the name of your new project. So let's browse the folder and let's create a folder named travel, because we will edit some travel footages. Let's select the folder. Now here you can see the folder is selected. Now we will have to give it a name. After the name and location. There are three tabs, and these tabs are not important for now. Basically, from this tab, you can select your rendering engine, you're under File Location, your temporary folder, and your ingest settings. We will talk about this later, but for now we don't need this. Let's click. Okay. A new project window will be created. Now my window look like this, but you're ones will not, maybe early ones to look like this landing or like assembly or editing. Now these options are called workspace and you can create yours. Here you can see four major boxes, and these boxes are everything you need to edit this video. Now, there are some built-in workspace is to edit specific things like editing that clip, editing that color, adding the effect, fixing your audio, adding motion graphics, managing your libraries. Now you can move all these boxes to anywhere you like and you can create your own whitespace, like how I did myself. Now let us move some boxes to show you how you can arrange yours. Let's say this is your timeline and this is where we will edit our all videos. We will cut, copy, paste, add new clips at the audio, edit the audio and everything we need. If we move our mouse to top up any of these boxes, you can see a rectangular box beside the mouse. That means you can edit these walks. And if I click and move, you can see it's showing where these can lend. I can add this timeline box to the right side of this box, left side of this box, top or bottom. Now, whenever I release the mouse, it will move the balls there. Let's say I want to move this box to here. See the timeline panel has moved on top and on bottom. Other panels have is test out to take the whole space. Now you can do whatever you want, wherever you want. Just keep rearranging. However you like it. Everything is interchangeable. Now if you messed up or do something stupid, you want to go back to the previous instead. You can click on that window, then go to whitespace and reset to saved layout. If you click on that, it will go back to the previous form when you've saved it. Now we can just move it to anywhere. And then we can save it. Current workspace, like I just moved this panel, the project panel where the all footage you will stay. And I can click Window Workspace and save changes to this workspace. So this workspace is now updated and I can also create this panel as a new art space. So we have to click on save as new workspace. And we'll just give it a name. Let us give it untitled one switch. And if we click OK, and you can see a workspace is created. Now we can also delete these workspace. We have to click on Edit Workspaces and then select our workspace and click on Delete. There you go, It's easy. Now let us go back to my workspace to show you how I anions my panels for my editing. So this is where I keep all the editing tools I made in the project files. This is how I will keep our projects. And if you double-click it, it will open a window where we can import our files, audio and video files. Next to that, this is our effect controls. This is where we will zoom-in, zoom-out cart rotate and everything will done here. Whenever I'm adding effect to a footage, I'm not watching all of full-day. That's why I keep this in the same place so that we will need as less panel as needed to understand the UI better, less import some media files. Now, we have already added some files on our Travel folder that you will be editing. Let's import these files. We can just sealing the fires and then drag and drop on this project folder. And that will import the files. Now these are the files will be editing for this editing tutorial, but we aren't going to edit this video today. We're just understanding the UI. So if we want to see what's in this file, we can just hover our mouse over them and we can instantly see what's in them. But if we want to open the file, we can just click on it. And it will move back to these source panel where we can play the file. We can also just skip the fires and say What's in it. And then if we like the file, we can import the video or the audio or the full file to that timeline. Now, if we drag and drop the file on the timeline, it has created a new sequence. We will learn more about this on the editing process, but for now we'll focus on the UI mainly. So if we move a file on the timeline, you can see here's a bar and on the top of the wire there will be always a video file and that down of the bar there will be always the audio file. If we select audio file, we can move to the effect control to change the effect on this, we can move the video, we can rotate the video. We can choose the APA city of the video. All these things can be edited from this effect panel. And when we add a new effect on this file, like let's say some kind of transaction file or some kind of color grading. Everything will be listed here. We can already see some effects when they select a file and we can add any effect on this file. And it will show here, let's say I have edited color grading. You just saw. And we can turn it off and on from here. So every effect you do or add or remove, all we'll show in this panel, and this is called Effect Control. On our left is essential graphics panel. From here, we can add any essential graphics on our project. Any animation we can import, export from this panel. And then we have audio track mixer. So all these panels are here because I Aaron's them in this way on your project. This may not look like this, but you can import them, you can arrange them. And all these window, all these panels can be enabled from here, let's say if we want to remove this effect control panel, we can just click on this menu and then close panel. So that panel has gone. Now if we want to get it back, we will have to click on that window. Then if it controls, see it came back, but it also came in the initial design of this panel. Now we can change it like before as you want it. There you go. Now we can see all the Meno and that timeline together. So these mailer data window is for all the metadata for your file is very self-explanatory. This logic tech option, Washington is it's a bug. It, you won't see that on your Premier Pro unless you have a Logitech peripherals. On bottom-left, I kept all the effect that I apply to the food edge or the audio. Then the, our history, our info, and that's all this is very simple, softer on ride up the effects panel, there are some basic options. Also on top of that timeline, we will use these tools while we'll be editing, but not today. Let's talk about the bar. This yellow bar is very important for you to understand. So once we move a clip on the timeline, you can see instantly a yellow bar here. And this yellow bar means that the footage is now rendered. Now on this clip, we can just move the cursor and see the preview of this timeline. But you can see it's not totally smooth. That is because the food is not rendered. Every time we move our cursor, the Premier Pro, have to render the footage to show us the preview so we can render this full agency that difference. For that, we have to select the footage and then sequence and then render in and out. So everything on our timeline will be rendered. So once the footage is rendered, you can see the bar change to green. That means everything on this timeline has been rendered. So we can see the final processed video. So there isn't any lag anymore. Also know dropped frame. You can see here's a green light and it shows if any frame is dropped or not. And initially these dot is not on Premier Pro, you have to enable it. For that you will have to go to the Settings icon and then show dropped frame indicator. So on the player will have to know some things to that is this one by two bar that is showing if the footage is running at full resolution right now I'm running at 50 percent resolution and you can also drop resolution so that your footage or your preview will not leg or draw prim. Also from here you can change the zoom level so that you can see if your object in its focus or if there is any color correction that you need to do. Let's keep it on the feet to see the whole footage. There is c over. There's pretty much the basic UI element that you need to know to start Premier Pro. And once you start editing, we will know much more than this. And without January on Premier Pro, we will keep learning new elements on the UI and new tricks and methods. So they're ill on the UI. Now we can import the footage and you start the editing process. 3. Managing Samples: Welcome to the second episode of the series. Today we'll see how to import and manage your samples. Now managing and inputting sample is very easy on Premier Pro. And we will know as much as we need to start our project on Premier Pro. Here we can see there is a text saying import media to start. Now this is our project folder. And from the last video, you should know that we can move it from anywhere on this whole window. So we kept it here and we can import our media into this window. Media means follows, clips, audios, everything that you need to create a starting project. Now we can click on this empty space and that will open a window. And from here, we can import our media to start editing. Now, let's go and find the files that we need to air it for this video. So these are the files will be editing. So we'll select this file and click Open. And then Premier Pro will import the files in this project. Now we can also use other way to import, like we can open a folder and then select the files and just drag and drop here. And the media will be loaded. That's a very easy way. And if we need to delete or remove any of this media, we can just select them and click Delete on keyboard. We can also click Control Z or Command Z to bring those back. Now once the inputted all of fires we need, we should click Save. Also. You don't need to keep your files in a single folder to edit this. Like I imported these two files from a single folder and we can go to another folder and import some files from here. It doesn't matter. We will also need a audio file to add with these clips. So I edit a audio file on this project, and let's import these two. Now we can start editing, but these video is about importing and managing samples. So these are our samples for this video. And if we hover a mouse on any of them, we can see what's in them. There's a very easy way to see where senior clips without opening it. Now if we want to open any of this file, we can just double-click on this and the file will open. And from here we can play this file. You can import the video or audio only. We can take a screen charts, we can mark that video so that we can import certain parts of the video, same with the audio file. If we click on any audio file, it will open up the audio file. And from here we can do some sorting functions. Now let us go back to the video and let's say we open any video. And from here we can import only the video of this file to our timeline, or we can import only the audio of this video on our timeline since he said drone footage. So there are no audio on these files, so it's completely silent. If we played, there will be no sound. Now let us go back to the file again. If we click on the file, it'll open up the file. And from here, if we click this, this will import the whole video. That's what we just saw, but we can create a range of this video. Let's say we don't need this whole video file, we need just sarin part of it. Let say from here to here. This is a part of the file we will need and the desktop is not needed for our project. So, and if we select the range and we know that how much we will need of this video. We will move our cursor to there and select mark out, and that will create a range of this video. Now if we import the video, we will import only that part of the video, not the full video. And if we don't use a mark system, Let's clean up the mark. And if we import the file again, it will import the whole video. So there's a very easy way to see. Let us add in parts of the video that we will need and then we can omit the rest of the video. When your video is very long, you just need the sudden parts. It's a very easy way to see like that part. Now, same with the audio file. If we click on any audio file, we can select how much of this audio file will have to click a markup system like the video. We have selected this part of the audio. Now if we drag and drop the audio that will import only that part of the audio in our project. And we can also put marker point in any higher power audio or video by using these baton or just clicking m. So let us delete this markers. Just click Clear all markers and all of this mark will be deleted. Now on our timeline, let's select all by clicking Control a and then deal it. All right, in our media panel, there are three ways to see your clips. That one currently selected is Icon view. We can also say List view and free-form view. Now free-form view is kind of user well for a lot of clips, you can see all of them very easily. The one I use most is either the icon view or the ListView. Now for the leaf view, we can actually sort any of these parameter. Like we can sort the video resolution by frame rate, by media. I start in duration, naming everything. So it's very easy to sort out your files. So let's go back to the previous Icon View. And here to manage our clips, we can also create folders in here, we'll just have to right-click and select New been. The folders are called being here. And we can give it a name. And if we double-click on the serial, open another window and inside that folder, you can also import the media files like we did before. Or we can just move the files that already in our project to the new folder. Just click on the files and put it over the folder and it will move to that folder. These are, you can say by video or audio video files, your drone footage, camera footage, everything. Very easy way to save your files. Now without right-clicking on this area, we can also click on this icon to create a new VM anytime we want. Now here is a cool thing. If your videos are already divided into folders, you can just select the folder and import the folders directly in Premier Pro. You don't have to import the files, then create a folder, then move the files into the folders. Now if we open the folder so you will see your files that they are just like you kept it. Now if we go to the list view of these folders, here, we can actually color-code the files so that when we will import it into the timeline, the files will be color-coded, so you will know what type of file is that. Let's say all our block files will be leveled, imagined her and all our drone footage will be levelled in another color. And then let's colored these files to on our camera folder. Now we have selected colors for our folders. Now, when we input these files, let's say we import these block files that we have already color-coded to match gender. Say, now the files will be in that color. It's a very easy way to understand what type of file is that in your timeline. Now, we have collide the drone files in yellow. So if we import the drone fires, it will be in yellow in your timeline. So these are actually not drone footage or block files. I just selected these files and created a folder to show you. So there's a very easy way to color code and manage your samples. And that's actually pretty much all you need to know to start Premier Pro and import your files and manage your samples. Now this is our own workspace that I created on the previous video. There is also a separate workspace called libraries. There is also made just to manage your samples, but I think managing your files senior own whitespace is already pretty easy. You don't need that. Libraries workspace to manage your samples. And there are workspace for everything. They say about it, the workspace for everything. And I use just one workspace for everything. And I think that's very easy to do. And there's actually enough. And on the next video, we will actually edit this footage. And there is our most important video of this series. See you then. 4. Sample Edit 1: Welcome to the most important episode of the series. So today we will use these two clips and this music to create a cinematic travel video. And this is the wish sound effect that we might use if we needed, it sounds like this. Yeah, we may need this in a transition. So from these two clips will first create a sequence in the timeline. And here we will cut that part that we might use in the final video. So let's say I will use the part of the video or the video gets smooth. And when you can see there are some movement in the drone. So I don't want to use this part because this part is just nor cinematic. It's randomly changing. So I just want to separate the pairs that is just smooth. So we can assume that clip with Altera and then moving our scroll wheel. Now from here, we can see in which part that drone footage gets smooth. So this is assemble editing. Your project may not look like this at all, but this project will teach you how to edit video in Premier Pro and we will make another video editing another type of footage and both up this video will teach you a lot how to edit a video on Premier Pro. So let's guard this clip here and let's see how long does it cause until There's a movement. So here is our movement. Got it here. So we may not use these bad at all, but we're just separating the part that we may use. So from here that footage gets smooth again. And it is cause up to this point. All right, now let's say what else can we use from this footage? So rest of that for age is not usable for us, is just lending the drone. So let's do that the rest of the weekend. Just select the part we don't want to use, and then just click Delete. And if we want to remove that gap between clips, we can select the gap and then press delete like the clip. And that will remove that gap. So very easy system. So we can do the same thing in the front. All right, So there's another four days and we want to do the same thing. If any part of the clip is use a well, we just want to separate it. So let's just watch the clip. It's pretty smooth from the beginning and there's go. So there is a movement, so we want to use it until in this point. And again, it gets moved from this point and goes up to very long. So up to this point. So, so if we want to use both of these clips in our final video, we will use this specific part of the video, not the whole video. So let's take the rest of the video if there is any other usable part. No, nothing. So a and we're going to select the part that we don't need and then delete it. Now on the music. Let's go to the music. So these cliffs don't have any music because these are bronchioles and they're on record audio. So this is our main audio track and let's join their trek. We can just select and just give it a genome. So there's going with the beginning. And if we overlap one another, the previous one will be deleted. Now, if we remove this clip again, you can see that audio that we had before is delighted. So let's go to Control Z. And we can already play that video. And it may look a little bit of cinematic because the music and thus slow, slow moving sharp. So let's try it. Let's start with the music from here. Well, you can see there was a clip chance but no transition arrow and not cinematic at all. So what do we want to do? We want to change the scene with the music. So you can see this whole music gets stronger here. And just smooth music. And then from here, the beat is get started. So we want to use that bit, retains the clip. All right, so there are four clips here. Let's say we just move our clips to this part. So one of the clips will get case with a bit. So it will look kind of cinematic. Let's zoom in that video too. All right, so let's move it a little bit, right, because the music is an airline properly. We managed to, to meet again. And there you go. So it's changes with the music. Can we make it more precise now? All right, so now let's play it. It looks away a better way, a more professional and cinematic, we want to use it. So we want to guard this part here because our video will start from here. Not bad, but from here, the sound doesn't feel good at all. I mean, it doesn't feel cinematic or beautiful. Alleles just randomly start. So here we want to implement a fade, so the music will start gradually. We can do it automatically using an effect from these effect panel are using it manually. So, so let us use the auto system are easy system fast. We'll go to audio, transition, then cross fail, then constant power. So if we play the audio now, it will increase gradually. See, and if we increase dies tenth of this effect. The effect will be longer and the sound will increase gradually for even longer time. All right, so there's a bit here. I mean, there's a note here, piano naught. So let's keep it at this point. There you go. Now, on the other part of the video. So from here, the bills get started and we want to chain the rest of that fluoresce with the beat 2. So let's hear that bit. All right, from here, you can see a change on the music. So we can use this part to change the scenery of the video. But this whole video fields kind of boring. That is because there is no transaction normal. Mary is just one simple type sharp just does the camera moving forward so we want to change it a bit. So fast. Led put a martyr here because here we will move our next footage. So we'll select that drag and press M. That will put a marker there. So from the audio is detected, you can see that B, this gets repeated from here, then again here, then again here. So we can skip some frame to make a simple type of transition. Let me show you what I'm saying. So we're gonna make a small change here. There's like cut to this part. And now we debate there'll be a change. Say that the camera will go little bit of front. So let's do the same thing when the sound changes again. And we're going to the beach repeats again. So that's guarded bit here. And we're being the same thing twice or the music. Say. So we can do that again before the sound changes completely. And we turned us into, so we will select the empty part up that track and then paste, delete. So next clip has come up here. Let's play the whole video after the music. All right, so here we can put that transitional sound that you wanted because it's feels kind of empty. So this is a whoosh sound is pretty damn allowed us to have to lower the volume fast. Then we'll add it in that empty place on the timeline. So let's disable the animation. Then, lowered the volume to minus 10 decibel. And let's put it here. Just with the BIT works, but it's not that perfect. Still I'm not happy lives. So one thing we can do, we can just reverse that track so that might give it a fill. We may not use it at all. Finally, so let's go to the speed and the diverse speed. So data we'll change the track. But for some reason, Premier Pro almost always do this weird thing that they removed the wave from the audio if, if we leave it as audio so you can do meet on zoom out and then it will show up again. So let's, well, all right, so let's try it again. It feels whoever doesn't know, this clip is even slower than the fast to answer. Why do we are going to do is, well, we are going to remove all these cars that we have done and do the same thing here with this music, which I think may look even better. So let's remove this part and let's extend this part up to here. And we're going to do that same thing that we win. That bid gets debited with cart some frame and manage it up. So say this clip is slower, so we actually need to do something to make it less boring. Alright, so let's move to the next clip and let's see how that looks. So I want to end this video here because it feels like the sound is decreasing, which will give us a ending by being this video. So let's both audio and video here that it's delayed the rest of the part. And here we want to do a man well fed system that the audio will fade away, it will decrease gradually. So let's select the audio, go to the Effect Control and then enable a keyframe here that up to this point the sound will be 0 decibel. And let's go to the end of the clip and select minus 20 decibel. So we have created a keyframe animation. So up to this point, the audio will be 0 decibel. And if we go to the right, it will gradually move up to minus 20 decibel there. So do we have made here in these effects control panel? So, so I usually use a manual system I think is very easy and very precise. So we want to do the same thing in our video, that the video will fade in this music. So we will select the video, go to the Effect. Then on the APA city will enable the animation. So by enabling the animation, we created a keyframe here that up to this point, the opacity will be 100. And if we go to the end of the clip, we can keep the opposite, the level 0 and enter. So he didn't match up with the audio. That is twice the transition. Now it's a very easy cinematic travel video. So we can actually do some more things here. Let us go and create a text layer here that will tell us the name of this place. So here I will select Control D that will create a text layer. And here, let's type the name of this place, the name of the places. Let's type the name of the river. The river is called Jakarta. So it's a local river in my country. Now if we select that text layer and go to Edit control, we can modify that takes layer. So let's select that text and fast, let us move it in the middle. So let's select the middle portion and tears the position. Right. Is Kelly bottom. Now, let's increase the size of the font. Alright, so let's change that phone right now. Let's give it some funky look. I let it just keep this on so you can just change the font from here, there is a point. Now. We want to change the opacity of this text a little bit so that it looks a little bit better with the environment. So let's select that text with Control a and then go to the APA city. Let's get it to 80 percent. So it's little bit softer now, which kind of looks better. So we will do the same, fade any Michelin here, so that that text will appear slowly and these appear slowly. So let's get to the point where it's appear slowly. So let's start from the beginning. Now go to that top point. Then. Now enable the opposite the animation by clicking on that clock. So we have created an opacity here. So let's make the opacity 0 here. So when we get at this point, the opacity will be 80%. It will remain 80 percent until, let's say it gets here. So we'll make another keyframe here by clicking this button. And at this point it will get to 0 again. So we don't actually need it more than this point. So we will cut it out and delete this part. Now let's take that text animation. The government. So there was a final video updated. We can actually do a lot more here. We can calibrate all our footage. We can add some glitch animation here, and there's all a lot to do to make your videos better, but we will end this video here and on later episode, we will actually export this video. We will calibrate this video and we'll show you how you can make this video better. But for now, there was a very easy, simple editing procedure to show you that editing is not that hard. It's mostly just arranging your clips, adding your music. And there's all, I mean, for these type of video, but we'll also take another type of edit in the next episode for another footage, hope to see you on the next video. 5. Sample Edit 2: Welcome to the second editing episode. Today we'll do a very simple one. We will just fix this clip. So if we import this clip in the timeline, it will create a sequence from the data from that clip. So the resolution aspect ratio all will be imported from that clip on the new sequence. So let's play this clip and we'll fix it and make it more watchable. You can see it's shaky, so we'll fix that and we will make it much more cinematic. So I showed this video at 60 FPS, so fast we'll make it 24 FPS. So it will remove the shake a lot, then will stabilize it. And we'll also color graded little bit so fast. We will guard that. We'll use. So at this point, the focus is started moving. I showed this in auto-focus. So let's cut the part where the focus is, right? So at this part the forecast started changing. So we'll up to this bit. And video length will increase when we decrease the frame rate. So it won't be very short. So let's cut the part that we don't need and let us go to the beginning. And here. Let's say we will use it from here. Now a lot of shaking this video, so let's stabilize it. So we will go to the speed option, not a 100 percent speed is 60 appears. So if we want to go to 24 FPS, die speed will be 40%. So let's keep it a little bit more than that because it's not actually absolutely 60, it's 59.96 FPS, so let's keep it in 41. Person is speed. So this video will be like 24 something FPS. Now if we played, it will be a little bit more stable than before. So let's start this video even more. Because in the last part, it gets little bit of boring since there is no movement. So let's go up to the moment. Let's keep this video up to this point. So we'll deal with the rest of it. Now. To stabilize, it will have to nest this clip. By nesting, it means kind of normalizing the clip. So right now this clip is edited. It was at a 100 percent speed. Now interest in 41%, so we will have to normalize this clip. That means This video at this pill will be new, a 100 percent speed. So let me show you. So we will roughly the clip and select nest, and it will create a new nested sequence. C In other clip is nested. And if we click on the nested clip, it will show us the real flip. Now we can edit this clip and it will also show up in the nested clip. Now it seems very complicated at first, but it is actually not. Let just say nested claim means new normalization of the clip. Now we can apply a new effect on this clip so we can actually stabilize it. Now, normally on Premier Pro, you cannot stabilize a clip when it's not nested and they speed is changed. So let us go to the warp editor. I've been warped stabilizer. So we'll use this one stabilizer to stabilize this video. Even more nasty like this effect and drop it over the clip. It will start analyzing. And we can also see that channelization on the effect control page, see on the effect control page on the Warp Stabilizer. This clip is stabilizing frame by frame. It's already done 7%, 8 percent, and the time remaining is three minutes. So we'll be back after the remaining time and we'll edit from that part. So after the analyzer, it's stabilizing, is that two-part effect of the warp stabilizer. Once the stabilization is complete, we'll be able to see the footage in the newest stabilization. All right, so it's stabilized on is complete. Now let's play this video and check if it has done any change. See the video is very stable compared to the previous one. Now, we want to calibrate this footage so we can actually calculate it on this nested sequence, or we can also calibrate it on the SQL footage here, and it will show up in the nested footage. Now let's color it this footage and I thought I was going to show you how to color grade it using adjustment layer, but I thought this might be a little bit of an advanced for new user. We will show it in next episode or upcoming episode. For now, we will calibrate this clip as it is. Now we have selected this clip. Now let us go to the color page. Now on this color page, we can see lumetri color on right. Now here we're going to make our clip little bit more IO because as far as I can remember, it was kinda like that there was a little bit of sunlight on that spot when I was recording it, but it's not showing in this clip. So we have made it a little bit more yellow. So we can see the previous and current difference by turning the Lumetri Color panel on or off. So these are the previous color and this is the new one. Previous and new one. We're going to actually make a drastic difference from here, C. But let's keep it like this. Now. We're going to increase the saturation a little bit more. Let's increase it slightly to a 105%. You can see these branches of this tree is kind of blurry and it's not properly showing the brown color are kind of yellowish. I wanted to show these branch and the color of this leaps. It was actually kind of like that. So what are you gonna do? Let's go to the, our own page. So let's go to the Effect panel and search for a preset called change to color. All right, So we're gonna use change to color. And we're going to change the color of these branches to a new color. So let's go to the Effect Control page. And if we go to a change to color option, we will have to first select from color. So let's select this color and let's change it to, we'll have to change this color option here, and we can actually change it to any color saves now red. And let's say we want to change it to blue. It takes a little bit of time to show. Maybe you will have to click OK. There you go. It's now showing the new color. So what color when I show is like this. It's a little bit more shiny. So the difference is kind of huge here. So let's make it a little bit subtle. Alright? Alright, So it's, it's little bit more shiny now. So let's keep it this way and this clip is still looks very ordinary. So we're going to change that color a little bit more with another preset, which will be a third party preserved so fast. Let's render it as it is right now. All right, So we ended the video. Now we can watch it with all the edits, style the sound for now. And you can see it's a little bit slow, raining footage. And that colors are pretty much nice. But we're gonna make it a very drastic change with absolutely a new filter. Also, one thing I followed to show you that is on the color page, on the Lumetri Color panel, there are actually a lot of different options here. You can actually import your own lot, then changed the colors from here. There are lots of graphs and settings that we may show you on the advanced API sort of these series. But for now, let's stay on the simple things. Now. On effect page, I have installed a third party plugin. This is to show you that you can install third-party plug-ins on Premier Pro. And there are a lot of third party players. So that one I'm going to use is called red giant magic cell, let's say. Yep, red Jan magic bullet. This is a total said to color grade your footage. Now it comes with a lot of softwares. That one I'm going to use today is cars Tessa, five. Now here, now on this cow has to appreciate it comes with some built in prison. Now we're not going to use any of these visit. It actually comes with some lat. Lat means lookup table, which is a kind of color chart from your footage. You can create and import new type of plot on this Premier Pro, but we'll show it later. But from these plug-in, there are some built-in Laertes and we're going to use one of those. So we're going to click Choose a lot. And these are some built-in large in these magic bullet plugin. And we're going to use offspring. That step lie and it creates a very huge dramatic difference. So we are going to control the extent of this plugin, and here's the option, colors, TI strength. We're going to keep it to 50%. And it's staying time to show us a preview. Now we can actually, I think we should decrease the strength a little bit more. Let's give it to 35 percent. All right, now, let's render this clip and let's see the final clip. We're going to actually play that clip with our rendering at all. But since these bar is red, that means it's not rendered and the compiler actually will find it hard time to play this clip with all these edits. So let's render it and we'll see that final clip. All right, so it ended the final edited clip. But let us go back to the fast clip that we started the editing so that we can see a difference how we edited deed. So this was the clip and initial state. Let's play it and then we can see that difference we have made. So this was a very Genki clip with a very normal color. The colors wasn't that bad, but we have changed a bit. So this is our edited clip and is now where more dramatic, more beautiful, more stable. And it just tells us about a mood. Board, the mood of rainy day. All right then, so this has a very simple editing compared to the fast edit to Esau. So these towards the sample editing. And from the next episode, we will go back to the basic like how to export these videos, how to calibrate these Anthem had been tapes. Then we can finish this course and I think we will learn a lot combining all the episodes that how to edit, how to start your editing on the Premier Pro, and how do you stay well, how to collaborate, how to character audio. You will learn all of these if you compact the series. All right, then so I will see you in the next episode. 6. Color Grading: Welcome to the AP, sort about colors. Now on our last episode, we have done some color grading and we will do the same technique on our Fast Eddie today. So this is the video we have edited on our last edit episode. This is a drone footage travel video that we have added a music width and the clip Sandra, music just match up. So what do we did end due on that day, that is color grading on this full day. So there is a thing we will do today. We will collide, read each of these clips. There are like five or six of these clips. I mean, they were once only two clips bar we have carried into a lot of pieces. Now we'll have to calculate all of these. So that's why we'll do something clever today that we haven't done on other episodes are, I haven't shown you. Now if you didn't know that we can also create a layer over all the clips and then collaborate on that layer. So all the videos underneath that layer will be affected. So we'll click on the new item and then add adjustment layer. Let's click on that and we'll move the adjustment layer on our timeline. Let's in crazy layer up to the end of the video. So now if we do any type of color grading on this layer, everything underneath this Claire will be affected. So let us do some basic color grading fast. So we will go to the color page here. Let's say we want to remove the highlight a little bit shadow and make it a more NEP doesn't match up. So increase the saturation a little bit more. Then another footage. Now all these layer will be affected, but we are just checking on where this, if we just make sense, it lose more beautiful. So we're just checking with the random parameters here. A little bit of sharpness, you'll do. There you go. Now I don't want to move the curves here. Colors are almost caret on this footage. Colouring looks, I mean, saturation looks a bit high. I don't need to increase the exposure, but let's just increase it very slightly. Yep, contrast does looks very good. I like fancy colors. With more contrast. It looks slightly more stronger than before. I mean, the colors, they are more punchier than before. So you're gonna see we didn't touch any of the clips underneath the layer. We just calculated on this adjustment layer. And if we turn this layer off, you can see all the clips are affected with this change. Now that difference is very minimal here, so I don't know if you can't see it. So let's make the difference huge so that you can actually notice it. Say, so we have done it totally blew. Now, let us go to any clip and turn off the adjustment layer. And you can see all the clips are affected with this edit. So if you have a lot of clips senior video, you don't have to calculate each of these. You can just create an adjustment layer over it and colored it on that clips. But there is also other system. And I'm going to show you that. So let's start with the adjustment layer here. And if we go to any of the clip and let's say we colored graded, let's do something where a dumb, see, we just made it totally blew. Let's make it totally YOLO. Now if you go to the Effect Control page of this layer, we can see the Lumetri color has been added. That means the ADT we have done here has been added on this effect contours. So we can click on the Lumetri Color panel, click control C to copy, and then paste it to other clip, silica clip and click Control V. And this Lumetri Color panel has been added to this clip two. Now if you go to this clip now, you can see that color grading has been added. So it's a tougher to do, but we can also select all the clips here and click Control V. And same way that color grading will be added to all the clips. I'm just showing it as a color grading symbol, but you're going to actually do it with any editing. Let's say I have selected this clip and I can just rotate these click and click the rotation here and I can copy the rotation all the clips. I mean, in this copy pasting manner, you can actually copy paste any effect from one clip to another. Very simple thing. Now let us go back to the previous colliding. Now everything is normal. Now another great thing you can do is use a flat file. So let us reset this adjustment layer. And then Dan will have to reset all of these. All right, So we haven't done any other effect here. So there are some dignity option here that you can actually do. I mean, if you needed to do these Vignesh thing, then you would have had to come here, this Lumetri Color panel. Now, if you need to reset any of these parameters, just double-click on them and they will go to the 0. All right, so we have already said the adjustment layer. Now we want to use a lot. Now a lot file is called lookup table, but usually it's like a color preset. I'm in all the colors information are on this file. And if you import that file, that will be applied to your clips. Now, applying and exporting lard, both are very easy on Premier Pro. Let me show you now here is an option called Input LUT on the Basic Correction. And there are some laughs already built in, inside the Premier Pro. Let me apply any of those. Say a scene Stanley, change that color off your clips. Is kinda lose bearable. Alex, a v3. They are very colorful. There are tons of these. So let's turn it off here and none. And also if you go to the create the page, there are also some lookup table or lard VLT in here. And there are a lot of them. Say, I don't know, There you go. So if you actually click any of those, I'm actually liking these as BU college looks beautiful. So let's go to S Clean Kodak, fuji realm. And inside of this profile there are actually more profiles. So if you click any of these, there will be applied. And they are, the owner is very beautiful. I mean, it's, it looks a little bit more. I think. If you can dream up the intensity later, we'd see it now looks really, really good. That is beautiful. So we will actually use these preset to do something later, but for now, we will import a lot. So let's go to the basic correction. We can actually import the lab from here to, let's go to the Basic Correction. Click on this, and then browse. Now there are actually tons of free and paid the last on the Internet. So I have downloaded some and let me show you. So here are 35 free alarms that I have downloaded. I don't remember from higher, but if you search on the web, there are tons of free lots everywhere. So let's just apply any of these, these large files are usually cube or dotplot file say is applied instantly. If we go to the non, again, we are back to the previous one. So let's apply another one. Now look at these. This is totally new, Luke, for your video. Let me turn off the sound. And this is just, this feels like totally different video compared to the previous on. I just kind of beautiful. The colors are very muted. It's kind of gray out. Atom leaves its, has kind of vintage look on this clip. Look at it. It looks very vintage. So just like that, There's always tons of tons up free Lars on that wave that you can always search for and figure out what do you need. So on are large. You can see our large file also effecting that text file here. So we can actually keep our text file over the adjustment layer. And our text file will not be affected with the lat. Everything on the end, adjustment layer, FX, everything underneath it. So everything over it will not be affected by the editing on the Adjustment Layer. There you go. You have understood the point of the Allard, I guess. Last surge is pretty damn amazing. You just downloaded some and you apply some annual period gets totally different flavor. So here are some more lots. I don't actually remember which of them books like what? There are some previous. Usually whenever you download some large they are previews that what your food edge might look like after the applying. So let's apply this random one and then it took a second, but it's supplied. The sky is now very blue. Every lard usually gives a very different, beautiful, brand new flavor to your video. It changes a lot. Amazing. So let us go back to the anon so that we can now create our own lives. So there's one thing you need to know that on the left side There's something called Lumetri Scope. And it's kind of beautiful. It's actually show you that graph that collider up of everything you do on the clips. Let's say if we increase the exposure, you can see all the colors going up. And if we decrease the, all the color going down and the video gets more darker. So everything we do with that colors can be easily seen from these graphs. So you can see over the top and the bottom there are some empty spaces. That means we are losing some dynamic range. If we increase the highlight and then decrease the shadow, we can actually get more range on our footage. So let's take the difference here. Say it's now looks a lot of like Haze. It's kind of missed on the footage. And now if we enable it, you can see it's a lot clear Then before and it looks beautiful and way more punch hair color becomes we have increased our range just by taking this graph. We didn't know that something was wrong with this footage until we have seen the graph. It is very easy to work with the video with seeing these grub. So there's actually more graph here. There are tons of graphs like that. And each of the graph tells you something new about the colors. Now, these are for advanced settings, but for now, lumetri scope is something that you can actually use. It looks kind of beautiful. Now you can see colors are more punchier than before, but I also don't like that. The very high kind of contrast issue on these people are the small things. So we'll have to figure that out. That which one looks best. Let us go to minus 7 contest. And we also increase kind of haze here. And when we have increased their arrange a little bit, but increasing the haze is also necessary. Am in haste kinda looks drama to a guy thing. So that difference before, and now, it's very huge. But we also want to add some additional color to give it a kind of filter effect. For that, we can actually go to the creative side. Increase the vibrance a little bit. With the vibrance comes more colors and it looks more tearful or like colorful. So we can add that color profile or a lot that we have seen some times I got this one. But look at this. Damn, it gives a very nice flavor to your footage, isn't it? It likes Don in the morning or DCD donor dusk. So Don in the morning is, we can actually change the intensity here. So let us go to the previous one here. I like this, on this scale it up to intensity 50%. Now if we disable that creative, you can see it makes a huge difference. It makes the sky more blue, the green, more greener with this and the basic correction, I think our color grading is almost ready. Now it looks beautiful compared to the previous alone. Of course, Let's see how it looks. And if we turn off the Edit here against the EDR very flat on the beginning. Although I didn't shoot it on a log profile, which means flat color. But somehow it was very flat because it was on the winter when I showed it and there was a lot of haze on the other. So it now looks away, clear and away. Beautiful where more cheerful are like. I don't know what does it say here? Vibrance layer this. I think we need to decrease the vibrance a little bit more. Let's keep it up to 40 percent. So we have done our color grading here, but it's kind of looks a little bit of dark. Also, we are losing a slight bit of highlight here. So let's increase it a little bit. Yeah. All right. So let's say this is our color grading actually still don't liking. Let's keep it a little bit more. So, yeah, I am loving this now. All right, so let's say our color rating is finished and, uh, we like what we're seeing here. Now. What we're gonna do, we're gonna save it as a preset or as a lot. So we're going to click on the Lumetri panel option here and click Export dot cube. So let's export it anywhere. Let's export it. As an M amine lives keep it this default name and let's save it. We have saved our own lab file from our own collaborating. And let us now turn it off all that color grading. And let's just import that file and let's see if anything changes. So we're going to turn off this adjustment layer where we have done all the color grading. We have turned it off. And let's create another adjustment layer. And then we will import our own lat. So this is the new adjustment layer. Let's go to the color page. Select that adjustment layer, input lard, click Browse, then go to the place where we have saved it. Then select the large file and open. Say you've seen steadily edited. If we turn off the adjustment layer, you can see the difference is instantly noticeable. And we have done it. All right, so we now know how to collaborate, how to import or export large file on Premier Pro. Let's do that thing that we have done on the previous video on the color grading side, using a third party plugin to color grade our footage. So let us still at both of these adjustment layer and create a new adjustment layer here. Here we will use it party plugin to color it this full eight. And just like the lab files, there are tons of free and paid collaborating plug-in for Premier Pro. So we're going to use these colors TLV, I mean, colors stay of five. And this is actually expensive plying, but this is a demonstration. You don't need this plug-in at all. So on this plug-in, there are some building large files and we can choose any of those and they apply it on our videos, but it's clicked. Choose a flat file. Here is one called offspring, which I like actually. So there is a one we're going to use and that's also looks like the Collaborating. We have just done. Click the offspring here. There's the plugin I like. And you can see it instantly give us that vibe of that color grading. We have done like seconds I go, but I don't use a 100 percent of colors tests. Yeah. Because it's hiding is too much. I usually use like 50 percent or 40 percent that gives a little bit of January and look, so there is no perfect way to do a color grading. It just depends on what test. You're going to always do your own editing. Just fiddle with all the parameters. Move it as you like, and you will eventually find out our phi out what you like, what is your taste or about. And there's all about collaborating is, and there's one little bit of technique lived before ending this episode. And let's say you have done some effect here. Let's say let us do some random shit. So we have done some editing on the Lumetri Color panel and we want to save it as a preset so that next time if we open a new food edge, we can instantly apply that color Stacy appraisal we have worked on. So let's go to the Effect Control page and you can see lumetri color option here. And this panel includes everything we have done on the Lumetri Color panel. So we can right-click on this and save this as a preset. And let's say save these as the name. Now. Now if we go to the preset here, we will find the demo here. Now let us deal it this Lumetri color here. So we have deleted all the annuity color panel settings from this adjustment layer. Now if we go to the color page here, you can see all the things on default nothing changes because we have delighted that data file. So if we go to the Effects page here and apply that demo, the Lumetri color comes back and it applies in Stanley with the footage. And if we go to the Lumetri panel now, you can see the edits or bag. So that's how you can actually save your settings as a preset and applied anywhere. So there you go. That was our color grading episode. And on the next episode, we will show you how to export your video. See you on the next video. Goodbye them. 7. Exporting: Welcome to the video about exporting. So let's say you're editing is complete and you want to export the video. So exporting is very easy and this will be one of the shortest video of this course. So this is a finished video that we want to export. And for these will have to go to File, then export, then click on media. Or you can just click Control plus M to enable the exporting men. Now this is the export settings panel. And here we can do some things before exploring the video so fast, Apollo, we can see a preview that how our final footage you will look. And whenever we move our cursor, it will show us a render preview of that frame. And we can also limit how much it will be exported from here. And from here, we will change the format of the video. And Premier Pro almost have all the format that you will ever need. It also includes GIF file and audio file, image file, everything. I myself only use H.264 since it's compatible with almost all the devices. So after selecting the format, you can select the preset. After changing the format, we can change the preset from here. Now preset means we can change the resolution and beat shed from here. And then we can select if this video will include audio or video. Now we cannot disable both of them. At least one of them have to be enabled. So let's say we'll export both video and audio. And here you can see a summary of the video that how you edited on the sequence and how it will be the output. Now we can change something here like the effects, what the last time we can change the resolution, we can change the frame rate, encoding settings on the audio side, we can change the format pthread audio quality, lots of other things. Then we can also add that caption here. And then we can also enable the FDB publication of the video. Let's see for an export this video and instantly send it to FTP server you have. So you can do that here if your video is storage is somewhere else. So if you change anything from here, let's say we are not changed the beat it up the audio. We can save it as a custom preset. Here is option called say please enter. If we click it, it will ask for our name. We can save the effects settings, set up, Published Settings, give it a name. Let's say this will have some random name. And if we click Okay, then these random preset will be saved and you will be able to use it on any video. And if you are to delegate, you can just delete it from here. You can also import the APY is that if you have saved it somewhere else, now on the bottom part, you can select if this video will be rendered on maximum quality. And then you can also add some metadata here that will be added on the final video. And then if you click Export, it will be exported instantly. So let's make the video very small so that we can actually see it exporting because the final video will take some time. So you can see here estimated file size. Premier Pro will always show you an estimated file size. Usually this is very accurate. Let's export it. So it will take some time to show you that remaining time Emmy level this year. Once they exporting is done, Premier Pro will show you and notice here, and you can play the video right now. So let us go play that video. And here is that video that we saved. So there's stayed exporting is very easy and also you can export, I mean, Brenda, your timeline anytime, let us say if you change anything on your timeline, let's select that video and let's rotate the videos. So here you can see after changing the rotation on the timeline bar is now red. That means the preview will not be rendered. So we can actually render the preview anytime so that the playback will be smooth by selecting the sequence and render into out. So the final full video will be rendered. And after that, you will be able to see a preview of your work. So let's go back to the green. So these green means this preview is now rendered. That's why we can actually play these smoothly from here, even without exporting. Because that is exported actually, that's why we can see that render preview from here. All right, then, so that was all for this episode. On the next episode, we will see how to fix your audio using built-in plug-ins and external plugins and hope to see you on the next episode. Goodbye them. 8. Audio: Hello, Welcome to the episode about audio. And today we'll sing the audio from the external microphone to the camera. And then we will fix the audio using internal audio plugin in Premier Pro and external VST plugin. So let's do that. So we have imported both video and the audio on the Premier Pro. And here you can see that video we got from the camera, and this is the audio we got from the external microphone that we need to sync with the camera audio. So if we move the video to the timeline, the audio we see here is a camera audio and you can see it's very low. The volume level is very low because the camera was far away from my face. So let's increase the gain of this audio fast so that it will be easier to sync with the external mike audio. So let's normalize that peak up to 0 decibel. Now we can see some of the big. So let's input the audio we found from the external microphone. So let's move one over another so that it's almost close. We can see its match up. But to synchronize it perfectly, we'll have to select both of these. And then right-click and then click Synchronize. And then if we click OK, the audio and the video will be synchronized. So let's see the difference here. Let me mute the external my Codio, and this is from the camera. You can see some. And if you people are sent home from the last video. So this is the final episode about audio. And today we're seeing the audio from the external magnet. And you can see the sound quality is very crappy. So let's move to the external microphone, the phone to that camera, and then we will fix the audio using internal audio plugin in Premier Pro and external VST plugin. So it's where, where are then the camera audio, That's why people use external microphone. So we'll have to sync it up. So we have already saved it up. And let's card the part that we'll need. And here we can see like the audio from the external microphone and move it over the camera audio and that will replace it. But this audio and video is not linked. Usually when you move a video and it has an audio, the Audience View is linked. That means if you move one, the other will move. If you cut one, then another one will be CO2. So let's link both of these together. Will select both. Right-click and then link. Now, let's zoom on the audio here and mute that track. Then let's cut the apart from higher, we'll use our audio. Hello, Hello, welcome to the AICPA. So we will use it from here. And then the video ends up probably VST plugin. So let's do that. Yeah. So let's cover the rest of it. Moved to the front. All right. So we now have a audio. It's pretty good, buddy, you can see there are noise in this audio and there is a reverb on this audio. Let's hear it again. Hello, Welcome to the episode about audio. And today we'll sing the audio from the external microphone to that camera. Yeah, there's a lot of noise and then there is Why am I all is closing my eyes. All right, Let's cut up to this part. So my room has a lot of reverb. We will have to remove the river, remove the noise, and then we'll have to equalize the audio. Premier Pro actually has built-in plugin to remove the noise and remove the river. If we go to the audio effect here, then go to noise direction. There is a de-noise and D reverb plugin here. And we can use both of them to remove the noise a little bit. So let's input the noise here. Now. One thing I need to show you that we now have only one audio. Let's say we are editing a big video and there's a lot of cliffs like 78 leaves all like nine, 10 clips, even that is not too low. So here is a lot of leaves now, if we need to, Dino has all of these will have to just pull, de-noising all of them. And that is very allying and takes a lot of time. So there is a way to apply an effect to the whole audio track. And that is called Audio Track Mixer. And you may not see this window on your Premier Pro. You will have to enable it. Audio Track Mixer from here. And there you go. This is the Audio Track Mixer. Alright, so we can see there is a lot of empty slots so that we can apply plug-ins directly on the whole audio track. So this is the audio track 1. And if we play the audio from here, welcome to the episode about, we can see a jump on here that one is these crack is running. So if we want to apply an effect, we can actually move the effect to the trek or on the audio track mixer. So to select them effect from the audio techniques or you will have to click on this drop-down menu, then select the de-noise from here. On de-noise effect. That default percentage is 40% and we're going to change it because 40 percent is a lot and it changed the audio a lot. Let's hear it from now on portable audio. And today we'll sing the audio. Say it sounds like AM radio audio. It's kind of Marvel. So we want our audio to sound natural. So I always keep it on the 5% so that it decreases the noise, but on very, very low amount. So we can actually output the noise only so that we can hear that which part is actually removing, say, and if we increase the amount here, using internal, would you plug in and we can listen to the noise that Premier Pro is removing. So let's keep it on the 5%. Now, the audio sounds almost right. Hello, Welcome to the episode about audio. It's clear there is reverb. We can see the background reverb from this video. So we'll have to remove the river up to, let's click on Noise Reduction, Restoration and then the river. These are built-in plug-ins. If you install a premier, both this will be there. So click on the river and same type, the path and this is 40 percent, we're gonna use it up to 5%. So it will sound almost normal, but the rebar reduction will be slightly working. Alright, so sound is way better than before. Today we'll sing the audio from the external microphone to that. Now the most important thing on fixing the audio is equalization of the audio. That means when I play the video, you can hear a lot of Bayes on my voice. Base means lower frequency. And we'll have to change it because when we talk to each other in real life, we don't hear bays on someone's voice. It sounds unnatural. So we're going to remove the base a lot and it will sound a lot better to feel that EQ on the audio Premier Pro also has built in EQ filters like this graphic SQL is at 10 by up to 30 events. So there's a lot of control here. So let's use one of those. We'll go to fill an EQ and then use the ten band graphic equalizer. If we enable it, there is 10 slot here. And we can actually just decrease the bass response on this audio from here. Now let us hear the audio. Hello, Welcome to the episode about audio. And today we'll sing the audio. You can see the sound is OA clear than before. Let's hear the previous one. Let's turn off this effect from the external microphone to that camera and enabling, and then we will fix the audio using internal audio plugin and say, it's works a lot better and it will always work for you. Because let's say someone is watching your video on very high-quality speaker with Sappho far or even multiple Samovar. And your voice will just sounds awful on that is speaker because of the base test bonds. So to make a natural, I would suggest always remove a base frequency on your voice, especially when this is just a talking video. So this equals that effect is very good, but I don't like it very much because it doesn't show you the graphical representation of the EQ that is currently being used. I mean, let me show you what I'm talking about. Instead of using these built-in graphics equalizer, what I use is a third party VST plugin. It's called probe Q3 and East made from fat filter actually have installed multi-wall equalizer that I have tested with these Premier Pro. But actually loving that broke through three from fat pillar and which I think one of the best, if not the best equalizer apply in, in the world right now. So let's turn off the one that we have used previously, that building one. And in Let's turn off from the interface from here. So the sound is just like before Premier Pro with a lot of base. So there's enable the third party one. This is the third party equalization plug-in that I use and check out the interface on these. Hello, Welcome to the episode about audio. And today we'll sing the audio from the external microphone to that. When nicer to work, it shows the actual graphical representation of your audio and you can change it any way you like it. It's very, very customizable. You can change a lot here. And you can actually notice a difference in your sound quality instantly when you change a parameter. And you can actually figure out which frequency on your video needs to be changed from this plugin. Let me show you what I'm talking about. Let's go to the ClinVar Xiang. Let's split our audio camera and then we will fix the audio using internal audio. Please say from playing the audio, this plugin actually gives me the highest frequency it can get. And I can instantly change them, say, to make the sound quality as I want. And that's one of the greatest thing on this plugin. It's happened before that I'm hearing in noise, but I can figure out from which part of the frequencies coming from the supply and gives me the actual representation of the audio. And I can figure out from this representation that we had, audio is coming from this part and I can instantly control this part of the audio. This is very amazing. And we can also enable, disable any parameter that we have created. We can also listen to a frequency. Let's say I want to listen to only these triggers. See how my voice sounds like and click on this icon and then play the audio. It is just amazing. And I have saved a lot of planning is here after I started using this plug-in for like multiple years ago and I'm still loving it. And I just usually open this plugin and apply one of my preset. And I'm good to go. I don't need to do any more graphical editing or equalization fixing nothing. It just all ready. So let's hear the difference. Let's hear it without the effect. Hello, Welcome to the episode about audio. So let's hear after the event. Hello, Welcome to the episode about audio. And today we'll sing the audio from the external sounds when nicer, way clear than before. And I'm loving it. So that's it. There's how you can fix your audio and there is a tons of plugins built in here. And you can actually use any of them. Check which one works for you, which one you need. And these are the plugin I usually need in area of my take videos. And I actually don't need more than these almost all the time. I'm happy with my setup and I will suggest you to use a third party VST plugin to fix your equalization and decrease the base a little bit so that it sounds OEM natural. And there is a main takeaway on this video are out of sync your audio, how to fix your audio and see you on the next video. And next video will be about advanced trick on Premier Pro that you may actually need to know. But up to this point, I think you'll learn a lot to start on your own editing. So hope to see you on the next episode. 9. Advanced Tricks: Welcome to the last episode of the series. And today we will see some advance Premier Pro tricks in shorter. So the fast thing we'll learn is proxy. So this is the video that we have edited on the audio class, and it works very smoothly on this computer. So this is a A7 S3 footage, and this is a pretty high-quality footage and Forky foolish. And this runs PDF file on my computer, but I have edited this footage and changed a bit to get to very high. So now the same video, lax on this computer. You can see I can smoothly I scrub the timeline. It takes some time. So let's say your camera footage is very high-quality and your computer cannot edit those. So what is the solution there? So there is a very simple solution and that is called proxy. You will have to click on the source file, then click proxy, and then create proxy. Now, let me tell you what proxies, let's say you have a 4k video, but your computer can run the 40 video, so you'll have to downgrade it to 720 or full HD so that your computer can edit. Those are smoothly Plato's, but don't worry, your video quality will not decrease. It. Just Premier Pro will create a low quality version of this video just for the editing. Once your editing is done, while exporting, Premier Pro will use the original file to create the export, so it will be easier to edit, but on the final export, your video quality will be totally fine. So we just saw this video is very laggy on this computer, So we have clicked to create proxy. Now here we have to select the format of that sample file Premier Pro will create for us to edit. So I have selected H.264 and QuickTime also available. I don't use that. And on the preset, we have selected the lowest quality for this video so that the video will be very smooth if the proxy is created. So we can change the location of the proxy file, but you can just select the solar proxies will be saved next to the origin and media in a new folder called proxy. There's a very easy solution. So if we click OK, Adobe Media Encoder will open and arrow will combat that video to make it a proxy. So for this thing to work, you will have to install Adobe Media Encoder. Premier Pro will create a low size, low resolution version of the same file. So the conversion is done and now we can go back to Premier Pro. So this video is being converted to proxy. You can see the difference is huge. So we can total the proxy. I mean, Dan it on and off. So to toggle the proxy will have to click on this plus button and then move this button to your settings and press click. Okay, so this is the total proxy button. And right now Proxy is enabled. If we turn that proxy of we're back to the origin that video. And you can see we cannot scrub the timeline is smoothly because the file is very heavy on the CPU. So if we click on the Toggle proxy again, we can instantly see that difference. So by using these techniques, you can actually edit a video on your very old computer or even your laptop. So very impressive. So we just create a proxy of this one file. What did we have 55. We cannot create proxy by clicking all of them and then create proxies. So there is a way to convert all your files to the proxy. And that is, we'll have to go to the Project Settings. And remember this window, we skip this window on the fast video of this course. We said we'll be back to this. And here we'll have to click ingest settings of this project so that every file we add on this project will be combated to proxy so that we can edit easily. So you'll have to click Enable, ingest, then select Create proxies. And here we'll have to select a preset. And I would suggest you to select a lower resolution proxy because that would be very easier on your CPU and you can scrub the timeline very easily. And then from here you can actually change the destination of the proxy files. So we have already created a proxy. So Premier Pro already created a folder called proxy. So let's select that folder. Say this is the folder that is created by Premier Pro. So we have selected this folder as a proxy for LA. So if we add new file now on this project, that file will be combated to proxy and that proxy will be saved on this folder. So click Okay, and now add a new file to this project. And there you go. You can see Edit Media Encoder is instantly combating the video into a proxy. Now a very important part of Premier Pro, and that is essential graphics. Here is the essential graphics panel and if you don't have it, you can click on the window and then enable isn't shell graphics now Essential Graphics is some, any mentions that you can edit. These are very, very useful thing. And once you know what is this is and how you can use it, this can improve your video a lot. There are millions of essential graphics you can download from the internet and just apply on your video. Let's say this is a preset, essential graphics. We just put it away our video and instantly we can take it up the video. So we actually don't have a font that is needed for these essential graphics to work. But even though we don't have the font, it will work fine with another font. So let's play this essential graphics. So this is a text graphics. And you can see it's a very normal, smooth graphics that you can use on your video. Now that was very simple. So let's move to something else. So we have tons of essential graphics here. Let's use one that I'm actually yields. So this is a presser from a guy called Peter mechanism. You may have heard of him. Now will have to change the location of these graphics and change the color of the font to see the difference here. So these are sample pack. We can edit all the essential graphics usually. So in this graphics, there are two texts layer that we can edit lists. Just move the file here. So we have selected the graphics panel and then go to the Edit Control and just move it to somewhere else. Let's go to this part. Now. Let's go to the bottom lip. So on the bottom left panel, you can see this essential graphics that will actually move if we play the clip, say, it said texts, which runs smoothly and we can change that text of these graphics. So on the source text, Let's select my name. And on the next line, let's say Premier Pro class. Now we have changed that text of the graphics. Now if we play our graphics, it will show with our name, and it will show with that text we have just edited C, So we just created a text animation without pretty much doing anything. So these are essential graphics. You can download millions of them. There are thousands of millions of varieties of essential graphics you can just download and instantly applied. These are very smooth, very impressive, very useful most of the time when you see transaction in video, especially, yeah, text innovation in video, those are usually this type of graphics. These are called essential graphics. For example, let's pick another essential graphics. So this is essential graphics. We can also edit it with colors, position, text, everything. Let's see how it looks. See this is a perfectly made any mention. So these can be someone's intro short of video. So you can actually create your intro as a Essential Graphics and then just apply it in any video. And you can see it's 50 percent small here, but we can always just scale it to fit properly. There you go. Essential graphics are very impressive, very useful. Now the next thing we'll learn is the change. I speed up the footage. So let's cut it up to this part. And so this is a 24 FPS video. So we can right-click and change the speed up this video. So 24 FPS is now a 100 percent speed. We can select it to 50 percent speed and the video will be slow. And then we can change the parson up to like, let's say, to a 100 percent and the video will be very fast. So it is very easy to change the speed of videos. And you can also reverse the speed, so the whole video will be reversed. Now there is a simpler way to change the speed of the video if you click are. So once you click on this icon appears and you can actually click the food edge and you can increase it or decrease it as you like. So if you decrease it, the video will be faster. If you increase the size of the video, the video will be slower. Very simple. Now the last add one thing we learn today is adding the black bar. This is a drone footage and we can actually add a black bar on top and bottom of the lip, and it's actually very easy. So we can directly add that to this clip. But let's say we want to add it on an adjustment layer. So click on that adjustment layer like before, add it over the clips, and then go to the Effect panel and search for an effect called crop. And there you go. Let's add it on the adjustment layer. And if we go to the Effect Control page, you can see that crop effect here. And on the top, Let's add 13% crop. And on the bottom, Let's do the same thing. And you can see we have added the black bar, which does kinda look cinematic. Let's split a video now. Yeah, it does kind of look cinematic. I don't know why. I guess why the screen is cinematic. So we could have added the effect on the clip directly, but we have edited on the adjustment layer. Why is that? Because now if we add more clips on this project, we can just increase the size of the adjustment layer and it will be affected on every video. It is that easy. So there are a lot, that was the last video of this course. I hope you learned a lot. I hope you can now edit on Premier Pro. And if you like this course, if you learn something, please let me know and follow me on social media to learn about myself. I learned about new courses I'm working on right now. Hope to see you on the new course. Goodbye them, Take care.