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Learn the Ins and Outs of Premiere Pro

Phil Ebiner, Video | Photo | Design

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36 Lessons (3h 51m)
    • 1. Course Overivew

    • 2. About the Instructor

    • 3. Program Layout

    • 4. Starting a Project

    • 5. Importing Footage

    • 6. Organization in Premiere Pro

    • 7. Timeline and Basic Editing Tools

    • 8. Creating a New Sequence

    • 9. The New Item Button

    • 10. Subclipping in Adobe Premiere Pro

    • 11. Pulling Selects

    • 12. The Rough Cut

    • 13. Audio: Leveling

    • 14. Audio: EQ/Equalization

    • 15. Audio: Fades

    • 16. Audio: Effects

    • 17. Audio - Music

    • 18. Color Correction vs. Color Grading

    • 19. White Balancing

    • 20. Adding Contrast

    • 21. Color Grading - Styles

    • 22. Choosing a Font

    • 23. Lower Thirds Titles

    • 24. Intro Titles

    • 25. Adding Motion with Keyframes

    • 26. Transitions

    • 27. Special Effects

    • 28. Adding a Beautiful Vignette

    • 29. The Color Key

    • 30. The Ultra Key

    • 31. Cropping for Keying

    • 32. Adding A Background

    • 33. Color Correction and Green Screen

    • 34. Green Screen Wrap Up

    • 35. Exporting and Uploading to YouTube

    • 36. Tips for Getting a Job


About This Class

In this complete guide to Adobe Premiere Pro video editing course, professional video editor Phil Ebiner takes you through the basic skills using Adobe Premiere Pro. You can be editing on a Mac or a PC with any version of Adobe Premiere Pro (cs3, cs4, cs5, cs6, etc) to learn in this course. This course will cover everything you need to know to start video editing, including:

  • Adobe Premiere Pro Overview
  • Starting a Project
  • Organization and Subclipping
  • Timeline and Basic Editing Tools
  • Editing Audio in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Video Effects in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Color Correction and Grading
  • Titles and Motion
  • Exporting and Posting Online
  • and much more!

Learn from someone who is currently working in the industry, who knows the most current editing techniques, and who has a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Television Production from one of the country's top film schools.

See you in the course!


1. Course Overivew: - Hey, - guys, - Welcome to the course. - Thank you for being here. - I'm so glad you enrolled. - I wanted to take this first lesson to talk about. - All the great things were gonna be learning in this course. - So this is your first lesson. - It's a course overview. - In the next lesson, - I'm gonna talk a bit more about myself. - So you get to know me. - So you feel more comfortable with me as your teacher and stuff like that and all that you - know how to contact me for for if you need any assistance. - But first, - let's talk about what this course is all about. - As I mentioned in the promo and you probably read on the course, - Overview Page is a complete guide to Adobe Premiere Pro. - We go over all the basics from starting a project that the program layout importing footage - , - laying down footage onto the sequence, - basic editing tools, - the timeline, - all sorts of things to get you acquainted with Adobe Premiere Pro, - we then move into more advanced topics such as audio editing, - color correction and color grading in adobe premiere pro special effects, - including green screen and adding motion. - We go through a lot of green screen. - So you're gonna learn everything you needed. - No time at a green screen in Adobe Premiere Pro. - We talked about titles adding motion, - two titles, - us lower thirds. - Then we talk about exporting, - exporting for YouTube and, - uh, - you know, - wrapping up our projects. - And finally, - we talk about landing a job. - And what you can do with this knowledge to progress your career or just know the land job. - Um, - if you're interested in stuff like that, - So that is what this course is about. - I'm excited to have you here. - Each lessons gonna be between, - uh, - anywhere from 3 to 15 minutes, - but mostly between five and 10 minutes long. - I try to keep them shorter so that they're easy to watch in, - in and grasp. - And yes, - So as you fall along, - make sure you are are practicing on your own version of Adobe Premiere Pro. - The great thing about Adobe Premiere Pro is it doesn't really matter what version you're - using, - whether it's CIA six. - Yes 5.5 CS five CS four CS three. - The only things that change are some menu Adams here. - Ah, - digital effect there. - But the basics of the program stayed the same throughout all versions of Adobe Premiere - Probe. - So whatever the version you're you're using, - you're going to learn how to use it in this course. - Thank you for watching. - If you have any questions, - please feel free to let me know, - and I'll get back to you as soon as possible. - Otherwise, - have a great day and I'll see in the next lesson by 2. About the Instructor: - Hey, - what's up? - My name is Philip Dinner, - and I am the instructor for this course on an introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro. - Thank you for checking this out on enrolling in the course. - I'm happy to have you here, - and I hope you learn a lot today. - I wanted to talk a little bit about myself so that you get to know me so you can trust me - as your instructor. - And so you know how to get ahold of me. - If you ever have any problems or questions below, - you see my website video school online dot com is a great resource that I started where I - give tons of free tips, - tricks, - tutorials in blogged articles. - I also do a podcast where I interview fellow filmmakers and people just like you who are - just getting started in the video creating world. - And there's tons of other great stuff there. - You can check out all my other classes there as well. - So who am I? - My name, - as I said, - is Philip Ner I in a graduate of loyal a Merry Mount University. - I studied film production there in the school, - film and television, - and I specialized in documentary, - filmmaking and editing. - While I was at LMU, - I got to travel the world. - I studied abroad in Germany, - where I studied under great Professor is European instructors, - and I even got to make my junior thesis film a documentary in Switzerland, - and it was a great experience. - I really loved being able to travel and shoot documentaries, - and that has, - uh, - I got the travel bug from that and the travel documentary Bug bit me from that. - That experience before that, - I hadn't really traveled at all outside of the United States, - Um, - and so since then I was able to do a service trip in India, - where I shot my senior thesis film. - It was another documentary, - traveled to rural Mexico on another service trip to an also shot, - a documentary there. - After college, - I've been to South America to Santiago, - Chile, - where I shot a a short documentary with the help of my girlfriend, - and all this stuff was while we're kind of traveling and doing service and just - experiencing the culture, - and it's one of my passions. - So why take this class for me? - For Adobe Premiere Pro is while I specialize in editing when I was studying, - and I've been editing video for over 10 years now. - I started as a ah young kid. - It was the start of kind of digital video in digital video editing programs. - I used Windows movie maker I moved to Adobe Premiere Pro at a very young age, - actually in high school, - and then I took a break from Premier Pro. - When I got into final Cut pro, - I learned all the ins and outs of, - Ah, - final cut pro used that throughout high school throughout college and for the past couple - of years since college. - But then, - in the last couple of years, - I have kind of been making the switch over to Adobe Premiere Pro for a lot of my projects - because I love how all of adobes products, - photo shop after effects and premier pro work together, - they can seamlessly integrate with one another. - You can work on something in Premiere Pro while also importing footage or images from Adobe - after effects or Photoshopped. - And so it's been a great kind of transition period for me. - And so over the past couple years I've learned everything you need to know Teoh really get - started editing in Adobe Premiere Pro. - And so, - uh, - I've been making films and short documentaries for people all around the Los Angeles and - Orange County area. - I worked for a year in Hollywood, - working at Participant Media in Beverly Hills, - making short documentaries for their website take part dot com. - Since then, - I have been working at a school and building up online video content for them doing - marketing, - advertising as well as online education stuff. - And that has kind of spawned this, - uh, - this this, - uh, - process of me becoming an online educator as well. - And over the past year at the time of this recording, - I've been creating tons of online courses, - creating my own site, - video school, - online dot com and have gotten so so into it. - And I'm loving every moment of it, - and I love teaching you guys. - So how do you get a hold of me? - The easiest way is video school online at gmail dot com or through the course website. - If you're watching this on video on YouTube, - just message me. - If you're watching this on you, - to me or another platform, - you can contact me through the course website or, - if all that fails. - You can always email me at video school online at gmail dot com. - If you have any questions, - comments, - concerns, - I'd love to hear them from you. - Thank you for watching this quick introduction to who I am. - I hope to get to know you throughout this course. - Please let me know if you have any questions. - Thanks for watching. - And I'll see you in the next lesson. 3. Program Layout: - Hey, - what's up? - This is Philemon er with video school online bringing to you another lesson for Premier Pro - . - This is a W from mere prayer. - Right now I'm in, - and today I just want to give you a little bit of an overview of the program itself. - I'll walk you through each of these boxes because I know when you open this up, - it's kind of daunting. - When I first started video editing, - it was always scary opening up a new program and it took me a while. - Teoh even start with working with Adobe Premiere Pro, - So I'm glad you're here. - Uh, - I hope you enjoy this lesson as always. - Let me know any questions or comments in the comments section. - Uh, - so let's get into it. - And actually, - before I get into it, - make sure that wherever you're watching this, - you are watching it in HD Quality 10 80 1920 by 10 80 watch it in full screen because if - you're not, - if you're watching on YouTube or you to me, - you know it's just going to be a small screen and you won't be able to follow me far along - that well. - But if you're watching full screen in HD. - It should be as clear as if you were just watching your own screen. - So go ahead and do that. - Now, - if you aren't already in HD quality. - Cool. - Thanks, - guys. - I'm excited to have you here, - so let's just go through. - Ah, - This, - um, - this great program, - uh, - over here in the left top left, - you will see, - I have my project been. - So this is basically ah, - where you're you keep all your files. - Um, - are you gonna have multiple projects if you want? - Um, - but as you can see here, - I have my all my files organized into different folders such as video sequences, - titles, - audio and graphics. - Each one of those you know, - you can double click, - and it opens up another box. - Um, - another window. - Or you can just use the drop down menu. - You can label these different colors, - um, - if you want and, - ah, - do all sorts of different things from it, - so you can import items by just dragging and dropping. - So say you're whether you're in ah, - windows or a Mac. - You can just go through your documents, - find your video, - and then just basically click and drag and drop into that window, - and I will bring it in down here. - There's just different view. - I, - ah, - view view options for your folder so you can do icons where you know it opens up icons, - opens up your your files in a Nikon view so you can see, - like for videos. - This is maybe nice. - I personally like just the list view, - so it's nice and easy and aligned. - Ah, - you confined things. - If you have a ton of items in here, - it might get a little bit hectic and crazy so you can actually search through all your - folders with that. - Ah, - you can create new bins for you know, - whatever you want, - music or whatever you have with that folder option and down here with it looks like a - little post it. - Note. - It's called The New Item. - This is where you can create new sequences, - new titles, - you know, - black video color mats, - all sorts of things. - Ah, - so this is you'll be using this a lot as well. - Let's go over to the center section. - This is your source kind of viewer. - This is where when you are looking at your video or your audio, - for example, - you'll double click it over here, - and it will bring it up here into the viewer. - And here you can preview it and, - uh, - you can make selections of you know what part of the clip you want. - So in this video, - I was pouring a beer for my how to brew beer course beer making course. - And so I did. - A couple takes and, - you know, - I find the right take, - and that's where you you can make selections through here with all these options down here - , - um, - the marking in and out buttons right here. - This will mark the spot where you want your clip to start, - and then you go to the end of it and click this mark out. - Or you could just press the I and the oh buttons on your keyboard. - There's lots more over here that you can do. - I There's different ways to play and, - you know, - so you can use these buttons to play. - You can use the shuffle slider to, - you know, - fast forward or, - uh, - we're wind and same with this jog slider, - you can go back and forth that way. - There's other options right here to, - um, - such as even exporting a frame, - like taking a still of your footage like this. - And then if you just want this still image, - you can quickly do an export image right there. - You'll see this video, - uh, - an audio option right here. - If you want to get both the video and the audio to your timeline, - you would just click and drag and drop. - Or you could just do the video by clicking this and dragging or clicking this and dragging - . - So as you can see, - when I do the video, - it just brings down the video layer. - If I do both by clicking the video itself does both and just the audio we'll just bring - with the audio down This this window also has, - um, - tabs as the audio mixer. - So this is for the entire project. - It's kind of the master mixer, - so don't think that it's just for this clip or whatever clip that you have selected. - This is for is the master audio mixer. - So you have the master track, - and then you also have for each track you have, - uh, - levels and you know, - different options to make it left or right speaker increasing decrease the levels and - whatnot. - Metadata might be up on yours. - Um, - And if you don't see these specific, - uh, - windows or tabs, - you can go up to your window option click window up at the top. - Sorry, - it's off the screen right now, - but it's just up in your file Menu are on the top of your screen, - got a window, - and then you can click on and off. - Any of these bins are folders or windows, - whatever you want to call him the effects control. - OK, - so, - metadata. - This, - uh, - holds the metadata for whatever clip you are selecting. - Um, - so you know, - if there are there, - if there is metadata than you'll see it for effects control. - This is if you have a clip selected in your timeline, - it will bring up that clip, - affect controls, - and from here, - you can adjust the motion, - the position, - the size you can rotate. - You can change. - The opacity, - can even speed up or slow down the clip. - You can also control the audio. - If you add any effects, - they will show up here, - and from this menu or this tab, - you can control them over here on the right. - This is, - I guess your canvas, - I would call it. - This is I calls because of the program, - but I would call Ah, - canvas. - Um and this is where you see whatever's on your timeline, - So this is kind of like the final product view. - So when you play your timeline that gets into the beer, - the more chance for it to get, - you know, - certain bacteria. - So there you have it. - Like I was playing my course and it was playing here in the canvas. - And of course, - there's the for options for viewing it so you can do, - like, - 50% 10% or just make it fit to the size of this. - You can change the size of any of these windows by going to the edge or the corner and - clicking and dragging. - So go to the corner. - And if I want to make that campus bigger, - which sometimes I like to have it bigger. - So it's easier to see. - I can just do that and same here. - You can have lots of different options for, - um playing or doing screen caps and all that kind of stuff down here in the bottom left are - is some other are some other tabs? - Uh, - first and foremost, - you have your effects panel. - You have lots of different bins with, - ah effects that already come with the program. - You have video effects, - transitions, - audio effects and audio transition. - You can just search through them by going through each folder or if you have, - ah, - fact that you know you want, - you can just type it in. - So say I have I want cross dissolve. - I can just typing cross and cross dissolve comes up or for an audio fade. - I can do constant power and, - you know, - typing constant and constant power. - Constant gain comes up. - So that's the effects man. - And like I said, - when you click and drag those effects onto your clips in your timeline, - though, - also appear in your effects. - Control up here, - where you can change the settings and customize there's some of these other tabs, - like the media browser. - This is actually kind of like in Mac, - your finder or in Windows. - If you're looking through your computer, - your documents. - It's Adobe Premiere pros own sort of file system so you can actually look through your - files this way and click and drag and drop items into your project. - Appear info just shows the info of whatever clip is selected. - You know, - it's kind of, - I don't know, - it's kind of pointless. - I've never really used it. - So usually have that off history again. - Well, - um, - or not again. - But this will show you all the edits that you've made and all the different things you have - done. - So you can go back to a certain, - um, - edit that you did by double clicking, - and I will go back to that item. - Um, - so that's awesome to do, - in case you made a lot of changes. - But you you know, - you want to go back back in time and rather than having to re edit everything can just - cooked to your history and do that, - the big thing is the timeline. - This is where you lay out all of your footage. - Um, - you have different video tracks right here. - Right now. - The standard is three. - You have three audio tracks. - You can zoom in on these using the scroll, - bar the slider of down here so you can zoom in on the timeline. - As you can see here for my video. - I have, - You know, - my video down below. - I have my titles and my effects up here. - Um, - and you can see the time up here. - See, - it goes on 44 seconds. - 59 seconds. - Um, - you can make these tracks larger or smaller by hitting this triangle, - and this allows you to see, - like, - the wave forms for the audio. - Or you can see, - like, - parts of the video clip. - You can see the video clip and I image from that video clip eso. - It's easy to tell what that clip is, - so you'll be spending a lot of time doing working with the timeline. - Over here, - you have your audio, - um, - meters. - So as you play your clip, - you'll see this bouncing up and down. - We have prepped our bottles. - We've sanitized them. - We added our sugar just like so. - And that's great for, - um, - you know, - obviously monitoring your audio, - you definitely don't want it to be hitting up here and it will go red. - If it's peaking in, - it will be distorted down here. - You have all your tools or, - you know, - they might be up here is Well, - um, - these are all your tools for editing? - You know, - you have your sliders, - you're rolling. - Edit tool. - You have your razor tool that helps you cut. - You have your pen tool that will allow you to customize your own key frames zoom, - tool, - toe. - You know, - you just click these and you can zoom in our zoom out of the timeline. - Uh, - all these different things are great, - uh, - tools and you'll learn a lot about them in future lessons. - But for now, - that is a lot. - And I hope you're not too overwhelmed by everything that we've been talking about, - um, - in front in Adobe Premiere. - But, - ah, - I think you guys gotta get handle of it. - And, - uh, - for now, - I'm gonna leave it at that. - You guys were watching so much. - I really appreciate it. - Please leave comments below. - Hit the like button. - Leave me a review on DA. - Yeah, - I'll see you guys in the next lesson. - And I hope you guys have a really great day. - Talk to you later. - Bye. 4. Starting a Project: - Hey, - guys, - what's up? - It's filled here on. - And welcome to this quick lesson continuing our adobe premiere pro lessons Last time he - gave a little bit of an overview, - but they'll be premier. - So check out that tutorial if you haven't seen yet today. - I just want to talk to you about starting a project and what to keep in mind when choosing - you know, - , - settings and all that stuff. - So when you open up W Premiere Pro, - I'm using CS 5.5. - But really, - whatever CS you're using, - it's gonna be about the same. - The newer versions of Premiere Pro and the older ones might have different, - you know, - effects or the buttons might be a little bit different, - or things might be in different places, - but overall it's the same process. - So just go ahead and click new project, - and that's going to come up with this dialog box with some information that you need to - type in. - Most importantly, - on the bottom is the name of your project, - so you're just type in product name, - and then you would brow Dent's and choose where you want it to go. - So just go through your finder or your documents in Windows and just decide where you want - it to save the rest of the stuff. - Nowadays, - it doesn't make too much of a difference if you want your your display format to be in - frames or in time code or in feet, - like very. - If you're actually editing a movie shot on film one of these, - you would use one of these. - I use timecode, - cause this is easiest for me to tell. - Like it basically means the time the timeline is going t o be in seconds or minutes, - and it's easy to see that way. - Uh, - audio display format again. - I just do audio samples capture. - Uh, - this is for if you shot on tape and you're using digital video tapes or H h d Deve digital - video tapes. - Um and so, - uh, - that you typically you won't use nowadays with all of our digital cameras, - the scratch this This is where it saves some of, - like, - the previews and stuff like that and renders Don't pay attention to that right this second - , - that's that's more advanced. - But for right now, - you're just going to click, - OK, - you're gonna pop up with another dialog box. - And this is where you want to title your sequences. - So this is something that's really important. - Actually, - First, - I'm gonna go down to the bottom, - actually, - and Neymar sequence Before, - I didn't really pay attention to this, - but I found a really good method is to depending on what? - Whatever your product is called Project name. - I usually do this than I do an underscore or a dash and then the And then that means - whenever you start a new sequence, - it's gonna automatically have that name and you can easily add a 123 to change the version - . - Teoh, - name the new version of the sequence. - Or you could do something like Secret sequence one or two or three. - But this also helps with you are exporting at the end of pre in your video exports as this - name as well. - And so it will just export project name the whatever And so you, - when you export, - you'll have all these versions from one to have harmony you choose. - You make so name your project. - They're coming back up here. - This is Ah, - this is important. - This is available presets. - So there are sequence presets and This is where you have to choose what type of video - you're going to be editing. - So it's really hard for me that there's no right or wrong right here and I can't tell you. - Okay, - this is what you do, - because you really have to know what video type you're using. - Are you using a digital SLR such as I can? - And 70 year Canon five D? - If you are, - you can use this preset digital SLR, - and then you have to choose what frame rate, - the rate and quality use. - Did you shoot in 10 80 p. - H. - D. - Did you shoot and four EVP Did you shoot in 7 20 p? - And in each of those, - what was your frame rate? - 24 25 30 was something different, - and you'll notice that even though it's 24 the friend, - the frame rate is actually 23 976 and so saying for 30 it's 29 97 So don't can't confuse - when the preset only says 24 or 30 and doesn't have the standard 23 98 or 20 997 So we need - click to these. - The information pops appear more information about each preset. - And so, - really, - you're just going to have to find out what, - what type of video you shot and use one of these presets. - Or you can just go to settings and do it custom. - So if you shot on digital SLR, - you could choose DSLR frame size with etcetera display format. - Um, - all the stuff I would leave alone and yeah, - and then this last tab is this tracks. - And this is important, - too, - depending on how many video tracks or audio tracks you think you're going to need. - You can always add tracks later, - but it's nice to set it up right here. - Three is pretty standard, - Um, - for me and same with audio three Stereo is standard, - and you could even save these as a preset if you have a special combination of tracks or - settings. - So once you click high once you sat yours, - your video type and your secrets name. - Kick click OK, - that will open up your new project. - That's it for now. - That was starting a project in Adobe Premiere Pro. - This is Philip dinner with video school online dot com. - Check out the website video school online dot com for great tips, - tricks, - tutorials and more. - Sign up for our newsletter. - You'll get 50% off all my online courses. - Check it out. - Thanks for watching, - and I'll see you next time. 5. Importing Footage: - Hello and welcome to another lesson about Adobe Premiere Pro Today we're gonna talk about - how you import footage into Premiere Pro. - It's pretty easy and let's get to it. - So whether you're you're on a Mac or a PC, - there are a couple ways to do this 11 really easy way is to go up to file and import. - Then you just have to go ahead and find any of your video clips that you want. - Click on it and then click import down here on the right. - That's one easy way to import your footage. - Once you import your footage, - it will render. - And this clip is super short, - so you didn't really see it render, - but it will show it rendering right here on the bottom right? - Another way to import footage is to go through your media browser. - If your media browser tab isn't up, - you can go up to window and make sure that you have me a browser clicked. - You can make these windows bigger and smaller by just going to the edges and clicking and - dragging, - because this might help when you're looking through the media browser. - So the media browser is basically exactly like a You know, - your documents or your finder on a Mac. - It's just a way of looking through your hard drive so you can look through all of your your - documents, - Um, - and find your your video clips. - That way. - So So you go here, - you can click on a folder, - all your files come up us. - You can import photos and other files as well. - So once you do that, - you can click. - Um, - you can just drag and drop into your their project. - Have you are right here. - And so if you find music, - we can click and drag it up just like that. - Another way is Teoh. - Go through your finder itself or your documents and on a PC. - You just go open up a finer window, - find your find your whatever type of video or or file that you want to bring in, - click and drag it dragon. - Drop it into your project window right here and now. - It's very important to keep this area organized. - Ah, - and we'll talk about that in the next lesson. - But just know that you construct art organizing your footage by clicking new Been down here - this little folder button. - That's it for now. - That is how you import footage into Adobe Premiere Pro. - So they're the three ways you can go up to file import. - You can use your media browser within. - It'll be premier, - or you can go to your finder or your documents and find footage that way. - Thanks for watching, - and we'll see you in the next lesson. 6. Organization in Premiere Pro: - Hey, - guys, - it's Phil here with video school online dot com. - Thanks for checking out this tutorial. - Welcome to a lesson, - all about organization. - We're going through Adobe Premiere Pro, - and we're talking about video editing, - and I just want to get take an entire lesson to talk about the importance of organization - and show you kind of my tips and tricks. - So exactly how I organize. - So don't go ahead and skip this lesson because a very important one. - It's one that has saved me over I countless hours I can't even name. - I can't even count how many hours that saved me. - And I've also wasted hours upon hours sifting through footage, - trying to find clips that I don't know where they are. - And, - you know, - after I realized, - you know, - I you know it's one of those things where you just start editing and then you never really - change the way you do things. - And then one day I was just like, - Why am I doing this? - I need to organize my footage better. - And so from there, - then on I've had a system. - So the first thing you need to do is organize your footage and all your assets, - meaning your video, - your audio, - your photos, - whatever you're going to need for your video, - you have to organize them in your documents in your finder. - If you're using a Mac or in your documents if you're using a PC, - so start a new folder in your finder and title it your project title. - New Project. - This is how it always start new projects. - Within that folder, - I'm going to create a few folders video going to create an audio folder. - I'm going to create a pictures or photos folder. - I'm going to create an exports folder, - and, - uh, - you might come up with different, - different folders. - You might have a graphics, - or sometimes I just called in after Effects folder, - where you put all your graphics, - uh, - or whatever you need. - And then once you have all these folders, - put all the footage that you have into the right category. - It's under video. - You might even add more more folders, - so I might even add a the year old folder. - Um, - I add a can't interview folder, - and even within interview, - I might add a camera, - a folder or a camera be folder, - you know, - depending on. - If you have multiple cameras and go through all of these folders and make sure they're very - organized, - then you want to mirror this layout within your after within your adobe premiere Pro - Project itself. - So last lesson or last tutorial? - Uh, - in this series, - I imported some footage. - You want to do the same thing with organizing your footage, - so I'm going to create a new band by clicking that folder symbol down there, - and I'm just going to title it video at a new one. - Audio photos and another one you want. - Here is sequences because you're going to have lots of different sequences that you start, - which are different timelines, - so you'll have a sequence for your rough cut your selects just for even sinking your - footage together, - your audio in your video. - And so go ahead and drop. - You know you're the footage in the appropriate folder, - so I have some video. - Have some audio. - I have a sequence right here. - Sometimes I leave my sequence out of the sequence folder until I start a new sequence, - so I'll have my If I'm working on my rough cut sequence, - I'll leave it outside so it's easy to find. - It's just right out here in the project being over here. - And then once I move on to my fine cut all copy and paste that sequence just simply by - right clicking copy and pasting and I'll leave. - I'll leave the new new sequence that I'm working on the fine cut version out, - and then I'll move the rough cut version into the sequences and see out clean. - This looks. - You can even label your different, - uh, - folders with different colors. - Um, - if you want, - you can, - uh, - do different things to organize. - But the reason why I later I organized my footage here and in my finder the same way is - then it's really easy to find footage. - Sometimes your photos you gets lost. - Sometimes you have to reload your footage. - Or, - you know, - sometimes you don't know where you know a certain clippers. - But now, - if I know that this clip is in my audio folder, - I should be able to go straight to my new project folder going my audio folder, - and I will be right there. - So that is, - those are some keys that you need to to do when you're starting your at your Adobe Premiere - Pro Project organization is a huge deal for editors. - And if you want to be a really good editor and professional one, - you're going to have to learn how to organize the right way. - Thank you guys for watching, - and I hope you enjoyed this lesson and you are learning all the things you need to become a - great video editor. - Okay, - until next time. - If you have any questions, - let me know. - Email me at video school online at gmail dot com. - It's not. - Have a great day, - and I'll see you next time. 7. Timeline and Basic Editing Tools: - Hey, - guys, - this is Phil Abner with video school online dot com, - with another tutorial in Adobe Premiere Pro Today we're going to be talking about the - timeline is a very important part of video editing, - something that you are going to be spending the most time on out of all these different - windows. - So we talked about the timeline in the over years, - this area right here and this is where you're going to lay down all of your video and audio - tracks or any other footage that you you have and where you're actually going to be editing - . - So I'm going to bring down a video clip just ah, - to have and example So obviously, - like I just did to bring down video into this timeline, - you can just click and drag it onto the timeline, - or you can double click your your video in your project bend and then find it up here in, - um, - your viewer. - As you can see, - this is a clip from one of my other lessons, - and then you can click and drag and drop it down. - Here is well, - you can make selections by setting in and out points in this viewer toe only select a PSA - portion of this clip. - So say you only want a little bit of video. - This is more for if you know, - you you have a shot or an interview and you only need a certain part of it. - You can press I to set an in point. - Go to the end of the clip that you won't want all right at the end of the portion of this - court that you want and press. - Oh, - um, - and you can or you can click these buttons down here in and out. - Then you can click and drag and drop, - and that will bring only a portion. - As you can see here, - it only bring the portion you can drop Ah, - footage on two different layers down here. - So right now we have three video tracks in three audio tracks. - Or, - if you click this little video icon, - this video riel icon, - it will only drag the video down, - or the audio will only and drive the audio down. - So let's talk a little bit more about the timeline. - As you can see, - there's three tracks these little areas arrows next or triangles next to the video track - names will make the tracks bigger or smaller, - um, - for in the audio, - by collapsing them or opening them up, - you will be able to see the wave form, - which is something important that you will be playing with when you were editing audio to - zoom in on a part of this on into the timeline, - you can use the slider down here dragging to the right will increase, - zoom in and drive into the left will zoom out another way is to, - um, - use this a tool over here. - And we're gonna go through all these tools in a second. - But the zoom tool, - this magnifying glass down here will let you zoom in, - um, - or out. - If you have the zoom tool up and you press the option key for the old key, - it will turn into a negative. - Are a zoom out notifying glass or you can just press Z. - So if you're if you have a pointer uh, - just the regular selection tool, - uh, - which is the hot key? - A. - You can press is easy to bring up the zoom tool, - and again you can zoom out, - zoom in. - So as you can see we are, - we can see our our way forms down below. - Um, - you can add tracks by right clicking and adding tracks, - and it comes up with Xilai Box. - You can choose however many audio tracks or video tracks toe ad and select what type, - or you can just click and drag into a new track. - If you have video up here or video from your your project been, - you can just click and drag it into a new track, - and that will new track. - So let's go over some of these tools. - We have our selection tool, - which is, - uh, - which is the short, - the keyboard shortcut? - A. - That's just a click and move around footage. - You can click and move around footage. - This way. - This next one is the tract selection tool. - So that is T. - And this will select all clips on a certain track. - So say we have two clips on this video Track three. - If you bring up the the tracks like tool, - which is t you click. - See how it bring it. - Grabs all of the tracks, - all the video in this track or, - if you press shift, - it will. - It will, - um, - bring up all. - It will select all of the video or audio in the all of the tracks to the right of this era - , - Um, - and so that's a cool tool. - If you want to just select a portion of just a single track of video or I am, - there's some other tools. - But another main one is the razor blade tool. - Well, - beginning into the other ones in the future. - But the razor blade tool is for cutting your footage up, - so you just go to a certain spot and you can cut it in different areas. - If you press shift, - it turns into a double blade, - and it will cut all tracks at that point, - just like so. - So I'll zoom into this and I'll show you. - So if you want to cut all these tracks at this point, - you just press shift and click. - So I'm gonna leave it at that. - For now, - we've gone through a lot of stuff for this timeline. - Um, - as you can see here, - there's the numbers for the time. - You also zoom in by clicking this bar above the timeline and squeezing and stretching on. - And then, - of course, - you can go left to right by clicking this slider along the time line. - That's it for now. - We'll go over some more details as we go along and get into more editing functions. - But for now, - I'm gonna leave it at that. - If you have any questions or comments, - please let me know and, - uh, - have a great day. - Have a beautiful life until we meet again. - Taxi later. - Guys like 8. Creating a New Sequence: - Hey, - guys, - this is Philip Miller with video school online dot com today. - I want to talk really quickly about starting a new sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro. - There are a few different ways to start sequences. - I'm going to actually delete the sequence that I already started. - I've got some footage and some sample clips that you can download. - Um uh, - from the course website for taking the course. - Or you can just use your own footage if you're watching this on YouTube. - Um, - but let's talk about star new sequence. - Uh, - first of all, - a sequence is a It's basically a draft of your project and eso Each sequence consists of a - top timeline with all of your edits that you do on it. - So to start a new segments, - you can go upto file new sequence. - This will ask you what sort of sequence you want to start. - We learned when you start a project, - you go through this sort of dialogue box when you open up a new project in Adobe premiere. - But even when you start a new project, - it will open up as well. - So you condone Dio. - So I'm gonna call this project interview Do underscore V one. - So this will be my first sequence. - I'm going to keep that digital SLR 10 ap DSLR 10 a p 24 frames for a second. - Really 23 98 or 976 friends per second. - Click OK, - And that creates this new timeline. - So that is one way to create a new sequence. - Another way is to go to this. - It looks like a post it note right here in your project browser when you click that you - have different options. - But I'm going to go ahead and clicks sequence and again, - you have the same dialog box and you can create a new sequence that way. - And you can set your the the preset, - uh, - format this way. - And, - um, - you can. - That's another way that creates new sequence. - But let me show you the easiest way in the quickest way to start a new sequence with the - correct settings. - If you have your your footage, - you're going toe. - Want your sequence to be to match that footage US form that footage is format. - So instead of having to like, - figure out what the format is, - or even just take the time to click a button. - This doesn't in one simple step. - Just find the footage that you wanna start your sequence with. - Do interview, - drag and drop it on top of this. - Post it Note Icahn and that starts and completely new sequence with the right settings. - You can rename this, - uh, - this, - um this sequence if you want just by clicking it and name it. - Right name. - I'm going to delete that other one way start before and there you have it. - Now you have a nice, - perfect sequence. - Perfect settings was just with a click and a drag of your footage. - So that's how you start a new sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro. - Let me know if you have any questions or comments until next time. - Have a great day by 9. The New Item Button: - thanks for dinner with video school online dot com with another lesson in Adobe Premiere - Pro. - I want to go over this new item option because you're going to be using this a lot in your - project window. - So this little post it note icon when you click it, - you have all sorts of options for different new items you can use so you can add new - sequences. - We learned that before. - In another lesson about sequences, - you can add a new offline file. - So what does that mean If you have a If you're putting together a video and you know that - you want a certain clip at a certain spot in your video, - or if you're adding B roll, - you can actually add an offline file. - So you say. - OK, - you can say if it contains audio and video or just video. - Just all you can change the audio format, - and this actually creates an offline file that you can then add to your timeline. - And ah, - you can't. - Once you do shoot your your footage, - you can then re link it, - um, - which will go over in the future of exactly how you do that. - But it's really cool, - cause then you can kind of like pre playing your video and start editing. - Even if you don't have everything. - Even if you don't have all of your foot is shot. - You can change how long the media is to have specifically exactly how long of a clip you - want, - which is pretty cool it down. - Here s so that's new offline file New title, - This is Ah, - if you want to create titles will go over this Exactly how you create titles. - Ah, - but it it's a great way to add titles. - Two videos You can add new bars and tone. - So this is, - um if you are creating something more for, - um I guess, - like for TV or for a film festival? - Um, - lots of film festivals require bars and tone before video so that they can, - uh, - screen it correctly. - Projected correctly, - That's bars and tone. - You can create a new black video. - Just if you need a black background, - you can have black video or just something to take up space. - In your timeline, - you can create new color, - Matt. - So here you can select whatever color you want. - Sometimes I need a nice white background. - I usually rename it White Matt, - and then you can bring this down onto your timeline. - And, - uh, - there you have this white Matt. - Um, - and you can do a universal counting leader. - So this will be like a counter if you need a countdown, - and you can do a transparent video as well. - You just need kind of ah, - noel object, - transparent video that you have over your your other video. - Um, - you can add effects to that and stuff. - So that is the new item. - But in right here, - and you're gonna be using that a lot. - It's got a lot of cool tools if you're creating professional films that are going to be - screened and tools that we're just going to use all the time, - Like adding titles or sequences, - um, - or even color mats. - I use those all the time. - All right. - Thanks for watching. - I hope this lesson was educative educational, - and you enjoyed it, - so I'll talk. - You guys later have a great one. 10. Subclipping in Adobe Premiere Pro: - uh, - guys, - what's up? - This is Phil, - Evan er and I am with video school online dot com bringing you another lesson and Adobe - Premiere Pro. - Today we're gonna be talking about sub clipping, - which is, - ah, - form of organizing and for prepping to make a great video. - So what a sub clip is when you take a portion of video clip that you have, - and you basically create a new clip out of that short and video. - So it's for when you want to select a portion of a video and create this its own clip in - your project files so that you can easily find a great answer to an interview question. - You can easily find the best part of a ah B roll shot. - Um, - so let me go through it and explain it a little bit more. - So, - for example, - I would go into my video full or open up an interview, - the interview sample that I have, - and then I would play through it. - Leave my family, - you know, - and anybody who knows me will tell you. - So maybe I want that clip. - Anybody that knows me will tell you that, - and I want that to save that for a later time Because I know I'm going to use that clip - because that's a great sound bite. - Then I would set my in and out points around that clip. - So basically selecting that portion of the clip so I'm at the end of that clip. - So I'm gonna at the end of that sound boy bite rather. - So I'm gonna press o on the keyboard or select this mark out, - but it I'm going to go to the start and set my endpoint. - This is definitely my family, - so I'm gonna keep that part too. - And I'm going to press I on my keyboard to set the in or click this in mark in. - So now I just want that specific part Teoh easily be found later at a later time. - So I'm going to to go up to clip, - make sure you have this selected clip and make sub clip or you compress command. - You I asked you to name your sub clips. - All say, - oh, - I'll just say this sound by and I'll call it family. - So now you can see that a new clip has has been created in my project files if I double - click that and open it. - This entire clip is just that section. - Now, - this is definitely my family, - you know, - And anybody who knows me will tell you. - So now I have that great audio by. - I can easily bring down to my timeline at a later date when I'm putting together my my - video. - And so this is a great weight of organizing and I do this all the time. - When I'm making documentaries, - I basically go through an entire interview and sub clip everything. - I get all the best sound bites and I create sub clips of them. - I rename them, - create a folder for sub clips, - and this will definitely speed up the process later. - This is more of an advanced topic, - but it's something that will definitely speed up the process of editing later down the road - . - And you can do that with your B roll. - Say Okay, - I'm gonna bring up this sample B roll, - so it's a little bit shaky right there. - Say, - I just want that one little dig that big dig that he's doing see the coaches digging into - the field. - So I just want that part Well, - I'm just going to select that part, - Create a side clip command, - you sub clip. - We'll do, - uh, - probably called beer. - Oh, - digging. - And so there it creates a new supple. - It will drop it into my sub clip folder, - and I'll have that for a later date to use when I'm looking for when I'm looking for a - great great B roll, - I don't have to go through all my video again and find that great shot. - I can just go to my sub clip, - find you know, - the name of the shot, - and I already know that's a great shot. - So it's a great way for speeding up the editing process. - Thank you for watching. - I hope you enjoy this lesson. - If you have any questions, - please get back to me. - Email me at video school online at gmail dot com. - Until next time, - have a great day 11. Pulling Selects: - Hey, - guys, - it's Philip Inner Again with video school online dot com, - with another lesson in Adobe Premiere Pro Today. - I want to talk about the first step in actually making a video. - I've gone through kind of the basics of Adobe Premiere Pro. - We've talked about sub clipping. - We've talked about organization, - and we've talked about the timeline. - But now I want to talk to you more about actually what you're supposed to do, - what the next steps are for. - Making a great video on the 1st 1 is called Pulling Selects. - So a select is a clip or a part of a video that is good, - and it's basically the process of trimming the fat from all of your video that you've shot - and I do. - The way that I pull select is I create a new sequence, - So I'm going to do that. - I'm going to create a new sequence going to call it selects, - and in this timeline, - I'm just going to bring down all of the good footage that can potentially go into the movie - . - This doesn't mean that all that has to be end up in the final cut. - It's just pulling the good stuff. - So then I will go through all of my sub clips and bring down all of the sub clips that I - think will work. - Or, - um, - if I haven't done sub clips, - I'll just go through my interview. - So if this is like a, - um, - if this is a documentary or a non narrative film non basically fiction film, - then this is. - Usually you have someone speaking or you have different clips unless it's just a montage. - And so I would go down on I would, - you know, - select portions of my interview is sound bites that I like. - Obviously, - I'm not really going through it and doing it to show you I don't want to take up too much - of your time, - but I would go through my whole interview, - find the answers that I like and just put them down. - And no, - just in linear order and just chronological order of the interview. - You don't have to start organizing it yet. - That's the next step. - And then I, - um, - also for my B roll. - I go through my B roll and I pull selects and I just take all my B roll and awe unifying - clips that I like and I'll just bring him down onto my timeline. - Now some people. - There's two ways to do this. - There's either the sub clipping way for B roll, - and you can put sub clip all of your B roll clips and put him in a folder for later and - renamed them, - which is a great way. - Or if if you have gotten more comfortable with just putting clips on a timeline and working - later with them, - that's great as well. - And that's what I do so all I'll go through all my video. - I'll have all my selects hold. - So now I have, - ah, - a timeline of selects. - And so, - uh, - I have my whole interview down here. - Obviously not just three clips that have my B roll later and the next steps all edit this - together. - All used the B roll that I haven't put it over the interview and go from there. - But that is what pulling selects is, - and I'm sure you'll hear Hear that. - Ah, - if you are in the media or video industry, - um, - and you haven't heard it yet. - It's a term that we use for pulling the best clips down to your timeline. - So if you're working on a project which I highly recommend while doing this class or these - tutorials, - go ahead and do that. - Go ahead and pull all the selects for your video and put them down on a timeline called - Selects. - And then, - from from the select sequence will turn that into a rough cut sequence, - which will learn about in the next tutorial. - All right, - thanks for watching, - and I hope you learned a lot. - If you have any questions, - please contact me at video school online at gmail dot com. - Until then, - have a great day. 12. The Rough Cut: - Hey, - guys, - what's up? - This is Philip Veneer with video school online dot com. - Today I want to talk to you about what goes in a rough cut. - We're continuing our series of lectures on how to edit in Adobe Premiere Pro. - Last time we talked about pulling selects from your footage, - whether your interviews or your B roll or whatever video type you have. - And so what goes into a rough cut? - Ah, - few things. - First, - if you are doing a documentary style video, - I basically categorized my two videos into two categories. - Fiction and nonfiction. - Um, - in a fiction, - of course you're going to have a script, - and you're going to have Actor is speaking lines and all that. - And in a nonfiction or a documentary style, - it's more of someone speaking on camera as an interview that is B roll footage or it's an - informational video or it's just animations or something like that. - And so, - for a narrative film, - uh, - the the rough cut consists of putting together a and edit where you have, - uh, - set all your your clips in the places where they are supposed to be. - So for your scene, - you have you shot lined up. - You have the dialogue and the audio roughly edited, - put in order and massed up with each shot and you don't have. - You don't really include any titles or effects or transitions or anything like that. - You can, - but you don't have to. - And so say you have ah, - seen about a kid getting a ice cream sandwich from an ice cream truck. - You would have. - You would lay down each shot onto your timeline down here, - where the kid walks up wide shot of the kid walking up close up of him, - asking for an ice cream sandwich, - etcetera, - etcetera. - For a non fiction or a documentary style, - it's a little bit different because we don't have that kind of preset idea of how the story - is going to go. - We're kind of making it up as we edit. - And while we might have written down some notes or pre plan some things that we wanted to - be said, - Ah, - really, - it never. - You know, - it's never comes out perfectly in an interview, - and you're always having to kind of create the story as an editor. - That's what I learned in film school as as in my documentary classes. - We talked a lot about how the story really comes out in the editing. - So down here on my timeline, - I basically put out my interview, - and this is kind of what you're going to want to do in your in your rough kite. - You're going to want to lay down your interview on your first track video. - One track. - I always use this for the basic video editing, - the basic interview, - Um, - or basic dialogue shots. - This first track. - And then I put the B roll on the second and third, - and I'll put the titles on one layer. - Aziz. - Well, - so I keep it organized that way. - So I always know that clips on video, - too, - are going to be B roll shots. - So as you can see here, - I mean, - right now it's just an example. - It's 19 seconds, - but I lay down my interview down here, - have four clips, - and then I put my B roll shots over the video where I wanted to go and we'll watch through - this. - It doesn't make any sense. - I quickly just through the clips down there in no particular order and it repeats, - but you'll get the idea of what a rough cut should look like. - This is definitely so the coaches talking. - I have a B roll shot over it. - It goes back to the coach, - back to a shot of the coach playing, - uh, - practicing, - I think, - goes back to the coach. - And so I would continue this and keep laying down the story, - putting it roughly in the order that I want and have a rough story from start to finish - with my interview and with my B roll over it. - And that's what is in a rough cut. - You don't have toe edit any audio. - You don't have to add any effects. - This is the cut that is totally rough. - That's what is called Rough Cut, - and I that's all you need to do. - So in the next lessons, - we're gonna be learning all about adding titles, - adding effects, - tweaking things, - Um, - and once you have those, - you get kind of a fine cut what you call fine cut. - And that is the last cut before you make your final edits to create your final cut. - But the raka is that your first step? - So see how I did it here. - You have your first layer of, - like, - interview or or dialogue footage, - and then the second layer is your B roll. - Later, - we're gonna be adding titles to this third layer. - Um, - and adding effects to each of our videos. - All right, - cool. - Thank you so much for watching I Have you learned a lot? - If you have any questions, - please let me know at video school online at gmail dot com and reference this course in the - subject line, - please. - That would help me a lot and, - uh, - have a great day talking later. 13. Audio: Leveling: - still Abner back with another lesson in Adobe Premiere Pro. - This is for video school online dot com. - Check it out for more great free tips, - tricks in tutorials as well. - Some other online courses, - podcast, - e books and more. - So, - um, - today we're talking about audio lovely on, - and it's something you're going to need to know how to manually edit your audio to decrease - this audio, - the audio levels, - the loudness in certain areas of your video and leaving the rest at the the normal level - that you recorded it at. - And I have a great, - uh, - example here. - I recorded some some audio from this space ball game of the coach, - yelling at his yelling to his Blair's not yelling at his players. - Ah, - and it's it's good, - except there's a couple parts where he starts clapping and it's really loud. - So let's listen through that. - I think so. - You get a good idea what we're gonna be working with, - and before we do that, - I'm going to show you over here on the left. - I brought up this audio master meters and this allows me to see the levels of the audio. - Audio levels are quantified in decibels, - so zero is basically your starting point, - and negative six means negative six decibels. - And it's just a quantity of, - of how loud your footages or your audio is. - And so negative 30 is going to be a lot quieter than negative. - Six DB And so, - while we're watching through this, - you'll see the levels bouncing up run around between zero and negative six. - So for when you're making a actual professional film, - usually theaters, - movie theaters have a a decibel level that they want you to record at, - or your video and your end final audio mix to be bouncing around. - And usually it's around negative. - 18. - At least when I was in school, - when we were producing our our thesis films, - we had to level it at negative 18 db. - And it didn't mean that every audio, - every piece of audio in your film had to be exactly bouncing around Negative 18. - It just means that it should be around there. - The dialogue should be around there, - and then music should be, - you know, - under that and then if there's any loud bangs or gunshots or anything like that, - it can bounce up higher. - But it definitely shouldn't beginning around zero or in the red now for you guys. - If you guys are just making videos online, - you don't have to worry too much about what level is at. - But you do have to pay its engine to the I guess the change in levels. - You don't want your audio to be at negative six and then all of a sudden drop to negative - 18 or vice versa. - You don't want your dialogue to be negative 18 and then one clip is going to be at negative - six. - Or that will be super loud and it will be uncomfortable on hurt your your viewers ears. - So let's watch this clip or listen to this clip and see what I'm talking about. - So the coaches yelling, - he's clapping Greatcoat Marco on. - Great, - you know, - and you can see that for you Press jockey. - These levels are bouncing way up here and starting to be yellow. - If it turns red, - that means it's it's being distorted, - and it's way too hot or or loud. - That's what we call a lot loudness in in video editing, - it's too hot. - So what I want to do is see those ones are bouncing between native six. - Negative 12 and I like that these ones are bouncing up louder, - and I want to decrease those two between negatives six and negative 12. - To do that, - we edit it in the effects controls panel up here. - You don't see that you can go upto window and make sure you have effects controlled - selected, - and then you drop down those volume menu. - And here we're going to play with key frames. - And key framing is a way of manually editing the audio on and basically setting a point, - setting a key frame at a point in time and telling it to play the audio at a certain level - . - So right now it's at standard zero db. - If we decreased this, - it's going to decrease the level of the audio overall. - So, - for example, - right now, - zero dio it's playing up around zero and negative six. - But if we decrease this to negative 10 it should be down to negative no, - between negative 15 20 Marquand. - So as you can see, - we move the entire the entire volume for this entire clip down, - and that's hardly what we want to. - But now this audio at the start of the clip is way down below. - What we want it It's down a negative 20 Negative. - 30. - We want it to be right around between negative six negative. - 12. - So we're gonna get rid of that t frame by by selecting it and deleting. - And the way we set a key frame is by pointing this clicking this diamond. - It's a symbol right here. - So I want to change this to zero. - And then I was just gonna delete that key frame. - So now it's at standard zero and I want to be at Santa zero until after this first set of - of lines or the first audio that we hear do it So right there is It's still good, - but after that it gets too loud. - So I'm going to set a key from it. - Zero. - And before he starts clapping, - I'm going to decrease the this too negative 10 and we'll see how that comes out. - Begin zooming in on this timeline by using this slider down here. - I'm going to actually move this. - Keep this first key frame back, - so it's more of a smoother transition. - So let's play this Marquand Great. - You know So now the whole time this audio could plays. - It's balancing between negative six and Nega 12. - You can see that these key frames are shown on this timeline down here, - and it's kind of like a little hill. - It goes from zero, - and it goes down to negative 10 because we change that. - So, - as you can see, - let's play through it one more time. - You'll see these levels bouncing between negative six and 9 12 and still. - Now it's bouncing between negative 16 negative 12 a lot before you pressed jockey. - So now is exactly how we want it. - We it's not too loud. - It's not too soft and staying at a constant level. - And that's what you're aiming for when you're leveling your audio. - That's what this is called leveling your audio. - So I know that was is getting more advance and ah, - it's a little bit more confusing using these key frame techniques. - So if you have any questions, - please email me at Video school online at gmail dot com. - But let's do a quick overview of what you do. - The level you set a point in time on your timeline, - and then you said a key frame by clicking this this ad removed key frame diamond. - Then you move up or back in you press or you click this 0.0 db or whatever number this is - and you type in your desired decibel level. - And that is that is not necessarily your desire to decibel level of the actual audio. - It's just the change in decibel level of this clip. - So I was gonna go front. - It's going to decrease negative 10 decibels, - and that creates a transition between the key frames from zero to negative 10. - And then you just have to play with that and go throughout your entire audio and make sure - that the whole thing is at a constant level. - Whatever you determine is the best level for you. - Between snagged of six negative 12 is usually pretty good. - You just don't want it bouncing up near the zero and turning red and being too hot and - distorted. - I that was a lot. - So I leave you there. - Thanks for watching and have a great day. - Talk to you later. 14. Audio: EQ/Equalization: - Hey, - guys, - let's talk about another advanced audio effect or editing technique called equalization or - sometimes known as E. - Q. - You might come across that term when you are browsing online, - or if you're talking to someone a professional sound editor, - they might talk about e que. - It was a way of basically making your audio sound better by playing with the high frequency - sounds and the low frequency sounds and the mid frequency sounds. - And so what do I mean by high, - low and mid frequency sounds? - I'm not talking about the loud and the soft sounds. - I'm talking about the high pitched and the low pitched sounds. - So my voice is lower frequency wise than a girl with a high voice. - Ah, - there might be some girls with lower voices on me, - but on on average, - I have a lower frequency voice than most girls. - Um, - just so the sound of a car rumbling is going to be lower than the sound of a whistle or a, - uh, - siren are a doorbell or something like that. - And so to edit, - audio, - edit the e que There's an actual effect Cold e cube under audio effects. - So the way to bring up on effect is make sure your effects tab is open by going up to a - window and making sure effects is checked. - Go to this tab and you can either search by going into the audio effects and just finding - it or which is easy. - Or you can just type in e Q. - And then there's your e que equalization equalizer effect. - I brought up this interview to show you how to use it. - So first to Adam affected your audio. - All you need to do is click and drag and drop it onto that clip. - Now, - as you can see up here in this effects control, - we have this e que effect that we can customize. - So then we want to go to custom set up. - We just want to make this window bigger so we can see what we're doing. - So you can see all of this, - This whole program right here, - a little equalization program, - and I'm gonna show you how you use it. - First, - I'm going to play this clip. - Definitely my family, - you know, - and in this clip is actually the sound is recorded quite well. - We put a laval ear mic microphone on him on his jacket. - But you still hear some like high pitched, - just like nature sounds and the low pitch like noise of just like the street and everything - . - And so in this equalization panel, - I want to, - um, - uh, - basically play with the highs and the lows. - To do that, - the first thing you have to do to is to click check these boxes for lows or there's three - mid range is. - And as you can see, - there is graph. - It shows the, - uh, - the frequency right here on the bottom from 0 to 20,000 hurts and the decibels. - This is the volume or the loudness, - and that goes from zero up to 20 into negative 20. - You can also edit the loudness with this equalization, - some basic, - uh, - some basic things to do when you are equalizing. - Your footage is basically to get rid of the lows sounds and get rid of the high sounds so - that the mid range sound, - the mid range freak made mid range frequencies are the ones that are really being heard. - And those air, - like the rich ones. - Ah, - and also by getting rid of these low ones over here and the high winds over here, - you get rid of some of that external noise that we don't want. - So usually I just make sure all of these air checks that I can edit them. - And before I actually go in and show you what I'm doing with this clip to edit you just to - change the frequency, - you can increase and decrease. - Uh, - with this knob, - you just click and move up and down and you can see that green dot moving up and down and - then to lower the decibels, - which is the gain so controlling the gain, - you can increase or decrease. - So I hope you can see kind of the process of what we're going to be doing. - So by decreasing the game down here, - we're getting rid of everything you know, - below this 50 and it creates this nice, - smooth kind of graph. - Well, - it shows up as a smooth graph, - but that means it's kind of a smooth transition from, - you know, - zero to this next point, - which is the 202 100 frequency, - which is where this midpoint one is and we want it. - We like it to be smooth. - We don't want it to be all the way. - We don't want to Just to cut off at 50. - Sometimes you do, - sometimes you don't. - But usually if you can get away with not having to cut it, - which you do by clicking this, - it basically just cuts it off at 50 or wherever you put this hurts knob. - Um, - you do that by doing this cut, - um, - and that gets rid of all off. - All sound. - All frequencies 50 and below. - Throughout. - We wanna have it kind of smooth. - A smooth transition, - though. - So first, - I'm going to bring this up to zero, - and I want you toe here kind of what I'm doing, - and you can play with it while the the interviews going. - So I'm gonna play this. - This is definitely my family, - you know, - and anybody I know, - we will tell you that. - So let me play it again. - This is definitely my family, - you know, - and anybody know, - we will tell you that. - So I got rid of some of those noises that were, - um that were, - uh, - in the background. - And, - uh, - you can tell that I already got a little bit richer volume of a sound. - I'm gonna continue to play with this. - I'm gonna play with the lows, - and I'm gonna play with the mids. - This is definitely my family, - you know, - And anybody that knows, - we will tell you that this is definitely my family, - you know, - and anybody that knows me will tell you that. - All right, - this last, - uh, - But these last night down here, - the queue for each of these midpoint, - it basically creates how broad the effect is. - The higher the Q factor. - It means the more frequencies that it effects. - So you can play this and then you can bypass this effect. - Meaning you can take it off quickly without undoing it or deleting it. - But checking this bypass box right here and we're gonna play it, - gonna play it and turn off the bypass so you can see what the difference is. - This is definitely my family, - you know, - and anybody that No, - we will tell you so you can see that I'm losing some high frequency sounds. - And I'm losing a little bit of his voice. - So I wanna increase this spring. - Quit. - See? - Right here. - So it's not losing so much of his voice. - and actually move up this mid three, - uh, - frequency. - This is definitely my family. - You know, - anybody who knows me, - and then I want I like boosting this kind of mid range right here a little bit, - uh, - as you saw. - And as you can see, - I can just actually affect all of these knobs by just clicking and dragging. - Uh, - these boxes and these two boxes to the left and right of the big box are the Q factor. - So you can play with that. - So that boost that mid sounds and it's making it sound a lot better. - Definitely my family, - you know, - and anybody who knows me will tell you that. - So you still get the background noise of the street and, - um, - you know the players in the background. - But overall, - it sounds a lot better, - and his voice sounds a little bit more richer. - And it's not, - as I guess, - digital that those high frequency sounds make it sound kind of digital and fake. - And so equalization is a great way to make your video sound a lot better. - And it's relatively easy toe easily done. - Really, - all you have to do is just drop the lows. - Drop the highs and boost the mids, - or at least keep the mids around this range. - So in the end, - you should have a graph that looks about like this. - It's like a mountain, - basically, - Um, - and this is also a great way to get rid of sounds like if there is a, - ah, - air conditioning rumbling in the background or, - you know, - who knows? - Sometimes there's like high pitch noise or high pitched frequencies that are just playing - the background, - and it's a great way to get rid of those noises. - So e que great effect. - Play around with it. - Have fun. - Let me know if you have any questions and when you're free and busy or free, - not busy. - Check out video school online dot com for more great stuff and subscribe to the chance to - the website as well. - Thanks for watching. - Have a great day and I will see you in the next lesson. 15. Audio: Fades: - guys. - Let's talk about another advanced audio topic, - something that I used in almost every video that I make, - and it's called a fade. - And, - you know, - you probably know what a fate is. - It's sometimes most times you refer to a fade when you're talking about video, - the actual video and not the audio. - Um, - where you know you have fades from white to black are from, - you know, - different transitions but an audio. - There's also ah, - use for fades, - and it's basically fading from no sound to sound or from sound to no sound or from one type - of sound to one another clip of sound. - And it's a great way to get rid of any bad pops or noises that happens at the start of - clips, - because when you're laying down multiple clips of video with multiple audio cuts, - sometimes the audio cuts are are weird. - There's either pops or are some sort of snap or some weird sound. - Just cause you're cutting into a sound. - And an easy waiting to change that is with a fade, - especially when you're you are are introducing an audio clip for the first time. - For example, - in this video, - this wedding video that I edited I It's a montage of clips and then it has a an audio clip - from one of the speeches. - So take a look here, - just a montage. - And then I go into this clip of, - uh, - the the one of the bridesmaids giving a speech. - But as you can see right here where the audio starts right here, - See, - that's a very abrupt jump, - and I don't want to be like that. - I want to slowly fade in. - So there are two options, - one of constant gain and one is constant power. - If you just type in constant into your effects browser, - they will both come up. - Either of them will work for the start of the clip, - so I'll show you how it works. - So you place it on there like that, - just drag and drop, - and then you can. - I'm going to zoom in here so you can see creases kind of purple effect. - At the end of the clip, - you can increase in decrease the length of the fade, - so I just want very quickly fading into this clip, - so we'll play it. - So as you can see there, - it's a slower fade into the audio s so there. - It's a lot nicer than if it's off. - You get this kind of abrupt of abrupt, - um, - abrupt jump in audio. - Same with constant power, - just a quick fade into audio. - You can do it longer or shorter, - depending on what? - How soon the talking starts. - I mean sometimes literally. - I'm putting on one frame fades just to get rid of like a pop or just an awkward sound. - And I keep referring to the term pop cause. - You'll notice as you do more more videos. - There is a distinct sound called a pop when you went when there's audio being cut into you - can also fade between two audio clips. - So I have two speeches on it is very subtle. - You don't really hear the back change in the clips, - but you can add. - You know, - these. - These transitions and the difference between constant power and constant gain is that when - you're you're transitioning, - putting this transition between two clips, - so as you can see, - you can drag it and you can drag it on either side of this edge of the clip. - If you put on the middle, - it's ah transitions cross fades both clips. - If you put on one side, - it just cross fades the second clip into the first clip, - and if you put on this side of the cut across fades the first clip into the start of the - second clip. - I'm gonna put it on the middle, - and with the constant gain, - it actually slowly fades out the first first clip. - And then it fades into the second clip at the same. - So the volume it actually goes higher toe lower for the first club and then the volume on - the second club. - It goes lower to higher for constant power. - It basically leaves the level of the volume the same throughout the clip. - So if you um, - if you put this constant power on and you increase this the length of it, - you'll notice that the first clip you'll still be able to hear it well into this second - click. - And it does. - It does fade out, - but it's not as abrupt as this constant gain, - which I recommend when you are cross training between two clips. - It's hard to hear on this lesson, - but, - uh, - that's basically how it works, - So use these transitions between clips between audio to fade in music at the start of a - video to fade out music at the end of the video or whatever use you need, - but it's a great tool tohave when you are editing your audio. - Thank you for watching. - Let me know if you have any questions until next time. - Have a great day by 16. Audio: Effects: - guys, - let's talk a little bit more about the audio effects that we have in Adobe Premiere Pro. - If you just open up this folder in the effects panel, - you'll notice that there are a bunch of different effects, - and I'm going to go through some of them the most useful ones. - So, - uh, - first of all base will increase Thea amount of base or lower sounds. - You might need this, - So let's play with that. - Definitely my family, - you know, - and anybody know we'll tell you that. - So it's bringing up the lower frequency sounds, - obviously, - for this clip. - I don't want that because, - as we learned before in the queue session, - we want to get rid of some of those based sounds. - Ah, - channel volume will allow you to increase the volume for each channel, - left or right, - if you're doing a stereo. - If you're doing like a 5.1 surround sound, - uh, - you'll have different channel pills for for each or different volume meters for each - channel. - And so this is kind of cool if you want to change, - sound from one year to the next are from one side to the next. - So if there's a car going from one side of the screen to the other side of the screen. - It might be cool to play with with these effects. - Ah, - let's see Dick D clicker de crack ler di essere and D Hummer and D noise. - Er these air all effects that try to automatically fix your sound if you have clicking in - your in your audio or if there is, - ah, - hum like a steady hum of a vacuum while they're probably gonna be a vacuum. - But study home of ah, - air conditioner or a refrigerator or something in the background, - these ones, - you basically just click and drag and drop, - and you can customize them, - but they try to fix them by themselves. - Phil Left and feel right. - These air. - Good, - because sometimes you record audio, - and it is only coming out of one speaker, - so you can use these to basically fill the other side of the speaker or the other side. - So, - um, - if you recorded in mono, - but you want to make it stereo or if you recorded in stereo but Onley in one side, - one left or right then and the other side doing it recorded, - say For example, - I have, - ah, - audio recorder that zoom h four n and I have my lovelier microphone plugged into my left - input, - but nothing plugged into my right input. - And so when I'm recording a record sound stereo, - but I'm actually only recording sound in the Left Channel, - so it's really actually mono. - But these Phil left and fill right will allow you to basically multiply that audio into the - other channel so that you have audio coming from both speakers High pass and low pass. - These are interesting. - This is kind of what? - What e que does high pass Will, - um, - basically cut off any noises above, - um above this frequency right here. - So anything that is below that, - it's it's good. - It'll keep it there. - Um, - and above it, - it will, - uh, - we'll get rid of it. - So let's play with this. - No. - And anybody who knows me will tell you that. - So for high pass, - um, - it is going to, - as you can see, - when I brought down the frequency, - a more audio, - more sounds were available for us to hear. - This is definitely my family, - but when I bring it up, - it's cutting the sounds that are below this 9 84 I'm sorry if I confused you earlier. - I think I said it the opposite. - So for a high pass, - it basically passes. - Let's pass any sound that's above this That's higher than this. - So any number that any frequency that's higher than this it passes through, - and it allows you to hear it for low pass. - It does the Ott opposite, - so it allows any audio below this number toe to play everybody, - As you can see, - there, - you listening. - It's all the load noises cause it's letting anything lower than this number through. - So there is air good to play with. - Ah, - and you can actually use those instead of eq you if you want to. - Um, - Volume. - You can add another volume, - uh, - effect to increase, - say, - because these volume controls will only allow you to go plus six db You can multiply them, - though if you have a not audio that you want to bring up or make louder, - you can add multiple volume effects on bring it up. - But you got to be careful because the more and more you increase the level of the audio, - the more that it can get get distorted. - The last one I want to talk to you about his reverb. - This is kind of a cool Effect River, - but as a little bit of echo to your sound. - And so there it sounds like he's standing in auditoriums, - speaking to a crowd and say, - You need that effect for some audio Instead of actually having to record in a big studio or - a big, - empty room that has an echo, - you can just add a little bit of reverb to it. - So those are some of the cool effects that you're gonna be using in Adobe Premiere Pro. - Let me know if you have any questions about the other effects or any of the ones that I - talked about, - and I hope you have a great day. - Keep making your movies. - I'm excited to see anything that you produce, - So if you're working on something and you finish it up, - send it over to video school online at gmail dot com or through the course website. - Thanks for watching and have a great day 17. Audio - Music: - Hey, - guys, - what's up? - This is fill with another lesson talking about audio. - And today I want to talk about music and what type of music music you choose for your - videos, - where you find it and how to actually place it in your videos. - I'm working on this promo video for a side project window jerseys dot com We create jerseys - for your car. - Um, - so here, - you can see, - um, - I've got this video of, - um, - my my buddy putting on installing a jersey window jersey for your car. - So, - um, - check it out with New Jersey's dot com. - A violent today. - Uh, - so that's my plug. - But let's talk about music. - So I have a few basic tips for choosing music. - One is, - don't go with whatever's popular. - Uh, - don't go get the lid. - Is Justin Bieber song or whatever? - A because in a couple weeks it's probably not gonna be popular anymore, - And B because unless you have the rights, - you're technically not supposed to use that music. - Um, - so you do have to have the rights to whatever music you use, - and this limits our options a bit. - There are a few a few, - um, - websites that you can use. - I'm gonna actually just go ahead and write them out right here so that you can see the - websites that that I use. - Um, - so we have ah, - audio jungle dot net. - I mean, - she's fun. - I always get this wacky fun. - Eso audio jungle dot net is one. - Um, - you license is another one, - you license dot com dot com And these are two sides where you can actually purchase music - for your videos, - you can go to gym endo dot com It's another one. - Um, - Endo and all these have some decent songs. - Audio Jungle is one I used all the time. - Now they have a ton of songs, - thousands of options. - You congrats very through a variety of genres, - or you can just basically type in a feeling and I'll come up with different music for you. - Um and so I know it's hard work, - but these finding a good song is really important for your for your video. - Another idea I have is is, - uh, - you can search for free creative Commons music and there's a few sites you can go to. - Video music store has a few eso. - That's just the video site. - Actually, - de Meo, - I think it's just been you dot com slash music. - We'll have. - We'll take you to a music store where you can purchase music. - But also there is some free stuff. - Tremendous also has some free ones. - And if you type in Creative Commons music into Google, - you'll find some free music. - The quality is not that great. - You'll have to really sift through, - ah, - lot to find good stuff. - But you might. - You might find a diamond in the rough Now, - now and then on The big thing with choosing music is to another tip is to not have music - with lyrics in it When people are seeing the background, - it's really hard, - uh, - to lay that music over a video if your video has dialogue. - So, - for example, - this this video, - it's a how to video, - and I'm actually narrating it. - And so I didn't wanna have music with lyrics with someone singing in the background, - because then it lyrics and my voice would get mess all mixed mashed, - and it's hard for the audience toe. - Listen to so finding an instrumental piece is definitely key, - so I I got this little song, - This song from Audio Jungle. - It's called, - uh, - your little planet, - and so you can listen to it here, - I'll I'll play it for you. - So it's a nice tune, - you know, - Super happy, - super bright, - perfect for a little how to video. - So there's different ways to set the levels for your audio because you're definitely going - to want to put your music, - uh, - lower than your dialogue. - So I have this track of audio up here, - and I have my music down here. - I could either go to my each clip of music. - See here I've spiced this song together in different parts to extend it. - Um, - you can do that as well. - You can either click on the clip and good a volume and make the volume lower, - and you could do that for each clip, - or there's a easy, - an easier way to do it. - You can just go to your audio mixer, - and this controls the audio for each track, - and then you can lower. - You can have all your music on one track, - and you could just lower that track, - and that's what I did. - So now track three with my music is about negative 12. - It's about 12 D DBs or now you actually 13.3. - That's a lot to put a negative 12 decibels lower than my voice. - So now let's play it. - Hankins here, - my voice compared to the music. - First, - clean your car window and get rid of any dust using a lint free rag or paper towel. - You may even want to get your car washed. - I might even build. - Bring this up to about negative 10 without your jersey with your fingers or a credit card. - But you also want to make sure that the level of the music stays the same throughout, - because sometimes certain parts of the song are lower than others. - Right now, - the song sounds great, - but I can tell here by looking at this wave form down here that see these wave for it this - way. - For him, - it's a graph. - It's a representation of how loud the music gets is. - The waves are bigger over here, - so I think it's gonna be louder. - Intel, - as the drums, - adds some other instruments, - and it is louder, - then a long strip. - My my audio is still loud enough, - and I don't think it. - It's to the music is to outside. - I'm just gonna leave it at that. - And so that's how you add music. - Um, - and again, - See, - I spiced it up, - but and I basically extended it by repeating one of the verses. - Then I used a cross dissolve or a constant, - uh, - gain dissolves starting to to dissolve the two pieces of music together. - And it sounds just like normal again. - Slowly apply your jersey onto the window, - starting from the center and moving outwards. - You couldn't tell if that was you know how the song was supposed to go or if it was an edit - . - And so that is how you choose music, - add music and edit your music. - Remember that you can edit the audio levels through this audio mixer. - Um, - if you don't have, - if you don't see that you can go upto window audio mixer Or make sure audio master meters - is select. - It is on an audio mixer sequence 01 So whatever sequences, - you can have it up there. - All right. - Thanks for watching. - Let me know if you have any questions. - Have a great one 18. Color Correction vs. Color Grading: - Hello and welcome to Chapter Five video editing 101 We're moving onto a new chapter on this - first lesson. - We're gonna be talking about color and color grading versus color correction because there - is a difference. - And a lot of people, - especially people who have not been in the editing world, - don't know what that difference is. - But first, - let's start out with the movie. - Quote another one from Casa Blanca from Humphrey Bogart. - Um, - here's looking at you kid, - a famous line from the movie made in 1942. - A pleasant movie to watch. - So I urge you continue watching your movies, - and that's what I'm trying to get you to do. - When I do these movie quotes is, - if you haven't seen this movie's watch them, - they're amazing. - Um, - and you know, - they're not what movies are nowadays, - but just enjoy and appreciate what they were for at the time. - And they still live on today. - So color correction versus color grading. - Some of the key points are there are differences in correction. - It has to do with white bouncing, - adding contrasts, - just making the image pop a little bit more, - depending on what camera you're using. - You may not be getting images that looked like real life, - and that's basically what color correction wants to do it. - We want to turn footage into what it looks like in normal life. - Sometimes your settings air off on every camera, - um, - and you or you just don't know how to color but white balance on your camera. - So you get your footage back and this could be in photos or video. - You get your photo back in its blue. - It's got a shade of blue or shade of orange. - So color correction is, - you know, - taking that and turning into an image that looks normal for color grading. - Um, - that what sets get grading, - apart from correction is grating. - Gives your film or your video or your photo of feel it gives you, - gives it more emotion. - It has more of a meaning to it, - so you might add a a, - um, - at some reds or some yellows to make it feel a little bit warmer. - Um, - and or you might make it blue to make it a little bit colder, - and the feeling that that gives off is is either happiness or sadness or you may, - um, - crank The contrast may get super contrast E or or use use some sort of grading to make it - look old fashioned. - I mean, - in every movie, - now they're doing some sort of color correction and tip, - and in most they're doing doing some sort of grading to give up feel and any you can. - You can accomplished each of these goals through any editing software out there. - I'm gonna be using Final Cut pro for this, - and you can use it with the basic color corrector. - Of course, - there are our software programs that you can, - and by that I have great effects presets that turn your video from dull and boring, - too, - something that looks like it came from a film camera. - Um, - So if you if you really get into color, - correction or grading, - which is something that I've gotten into, - um, - just, - uh, - yeah, - do your research and get some, - you know, - get some software, - and you will be ableto Teoh play around and do some magic. - But today we're gonna be working in final cut pro, - and I'm just gonna show you what I mean, - because next lesson we're gonna actually do the application. - So in final cut pro opening up my white balancing clip, - Um, - and it's gonna show up here in the viewer. - And as you can see here, - the color is really blue, - and this could have either come from the camera itself. - Just not doing not white balancing while you were shooting. - And this is a is a huge problem because you don't want to add to money effects to correct - your video. - The more effects you add, - the more problems that can happen with your film, - and it will just become. - It'll end up looking unnatural. - So the less effects that you have to actually do in post production, - the better. - So when you're out shooting or when your friend is out shooting video for you to add it, - tell them to color toe white balance because it's so easy. - Um, - and it will save you a lot of time, - and it will save your footage from looking rather poorly if you add a ton of effects to - make it look normal again. - So this footage I actually tweet in edited it to make it look poor, - and I added some blue to it. - But this, - you know if your if your camera has an auto white mounts um, - white balance feature, - then, - um, - it can easily get tweet whack when you're out filming, - because lights have different temperatures. - So sunlight has more white light or blue light compared to tungsten, - which is like your light bulb, - your incandescent light bulb. - That is it in your home? - Um, - so which is a lot warmer, - And so it just depends on where you're shooting, - that whatever settings you have to set, - there's also, - you know, - when you what you really should do, - rather than using the presets on your camera is to actually white balance. - And to do that, - uh, - you have a piece of white paper and you use the white balance feature on your camera toe - white bounce. - But that's getting more into the production side of it. - So we're here to do the editing. - So this is why balancing next lesson, - we're gonna be he actually doing this changing this, - how to make it look better. - But we can use the same clip for grading because maybe this was normal and you made it look - blue like this. - Maybe you wanted it to look, - um, - cold outside or you wanted it to be. - You know, - the the moment in this baseball game was kind of intense or getting, - uh, - you know, - sad Are you having? - You wanted emotions that were negative. - And so you add this color to it to give that feel. - Of course, - this isn't that great of, - ah, - grating job by Smith. - Two seconds on it. - But basically, - that is what you can dio to your footage to give it a feeling. - So that's it for this lesson. - We're gonna be getting hands on into it in the next couple lessons is a short chapter, - but today we have a exploration for your activity. - It's called World of Color, - and the activity is to collect paint chips from a hardware store wherever you confined - paint chips from your They're your drawer from the last time you painted your bedroom and - find colors that you respond to in the world. - Attempt to mask them, - using the chips to make notes of where you saw the color. - So go out fine colors in signs and buildings and nature and match him up to the color trips - . - It's really fun activity, - and it's a great way actually to pick a color for painting a room or or something like that - , - Um, - and it's also a great way to come up with color schemes for titles and fonts. - And when you're doing animations when editing and titles, - well, - beginning into a little bit more in the future. - But I hope you have fun with X to this exploration. - Of course, - if you ever need help editing uh, - your video if you have an issue in a problem, - just you can contact me if you need advice for a project you're working on. - Or if you have suggestions for my course, - because I'm always trying to make it better, - trying to get on the points across while not taking up too much of your time but also not - going too fast. - So please send me your suggestions and email me at dinner dot you to me at gmail dot com - for any of that. - So thank you for watching, - and that's it for Chapter five. - Lesson one 19. White Balancing: - Hey, - guys, - what's up? - This is Philip dinner, - and today we're going to start color correcting. - And in this lesson, - we're going to white bounce our footage and learn how the white balance. - Last lesson. - I talked about the differences between color correction and color grading, - and I was using a lesson from another course video editing 101 So even though that the - program I was using was final cut pro, - I'm sure you still learned the process and the meaning behind color correction and color - grading. - But we're back in Adobe Premiere Pro, - and I want to show you how to color. - Correct. - So, - um, - I brought up this clip the sample clip of this picture pitching, - and I actually tweak this. - You know, - I I a color corrected it poor leads. - Teoh show you this lesson so it's actually blew her. - But this is an actual, - um this is actually, - uh, - a type of video, - an error that you will come across because sometimes your white balance on your camera is - set to indoor lighting or light bulbs or shade or something like that, - and you end up with this bluish colored video, - or it might be super yellow and warm. - So to correct this, - there's a few different options. - But if you go under, - ah, - video effects were getting into our effects. - There is, - ah, - an entire color correction folder, - Um, - so there's lots of different things that you can use to correct your your colors. - But for white white white balancing, - there's a simple, - fast color corrector. - So take that click and drag and drop it onto your clip up here in your effects control - window, - a fast color corrector effect. - Customizer comes up with all sorts of different things that you can do but toe white - balance. - There is an easy There are two ways to do it. - One is automatic and one is manually to automatically white balance. - You click this pen, - I dropped tool this I dropped button. - Then you go into your footage and you find what should be white. - So in this clip, - the thing that should be white are these numbers on the outfield fence and his pants are - actually a grayish um so you can probably use those two, - but we're going to go ahead and use these this color this white quote unquote white white - letters on the numbers on the fence. - So then you just put your pointer over that your mouth and then click. - And it should make your your your video color corrected so you can see here that it tried - to make it color corrected. - Ah, - a bit. - You can take it again and try another spot because that London, - it seems to work so well. - I took his the color of his pants, - and that seemed to work a little bit better. - But then you might have to go in and tweak it a little bit, - so we know we want it to be warmer because it's a little bit blue. - So we want to take this bubble inside this color wheel and drag it over to the warm colors - . - And, - as you can see here as I drive it further and further, - if I drag it completely to the extreme, - it's almost better. - It's not technically worse than this. - It is a little over color corrected, - so I want to bring it back and just play with it until it looks natural. - So as you can see here, - it's between the red and the green that I want it to be. - So just play with it until the colors look natural. - And I would say about about right there is looking pretty good. - The numbers on the fence air white, - his pants are are a gray and they're not really a blue. - And this is a nice white balance picture. - There's a lot of things weaken due to this, - but we're going to learn those in the next lessons a lot of things to make it look better. - But for now, - that is how you white balance a clip. - So thank you for watching if you have any questions, - please. - Uh, - message me, - but if not, - have a great day and I will talk to you later. - Bye, - guys. 20. Adding Contrast: - uh, - guys, - this is Philip Ner back with another lesson in the color correcting chapter of the video - school. - Online dot coms Complete Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro. - So last time we talked about white balancing and we got our footage should look pretty good - , - pretty natural. - Um, - and there But there's a couple things that we can do to make it look even better, - because right now it's looking a little flat. - The colors aren't as punchy as we like, - so we want to add some contrast. - And what contrast does is it makes the darker colors darker and the brighter colors - brighter. - So basically, - it's like squeezing the color spectrum or the, - I guess, - the brightness spectrum of of the image. - So we can actually add contrast with our fast color corrector, - which we added last time to white balance. - So to do that, - we looked down at here at our input levels and output levels, - and you can either change them with these numbers down here by just clicking and dragging - these yellow numbers to the right of input black level and put gray level input white level - . - Or we can click these little icons. - They look like little, - uh, - Pentagon's, - um, - or not really Pentagon's. - But it's a five sided object, - and, - uh, - it is, - um, - we have the blacks over here on the left, - the graze right here in the middle of the white, - over here on the right. - So if we click and drag this one on the right and drag it to the left as we do that, - it's making the image brighter. - If I do it a lot, - you'll see. - Really? - See, - what I'm doing is making the whites whiter or the brights brighter. - So I want a pump. - Pump those up a little bit, - so I'm gonna do it about right there. - Then I'm going to take the blacks and with the blacks up just a bit. - If we go up here and we check Tuggle, - this effects. - But an on and off we can see what it looks like with and without our color Traction. - As you can see, - it looks a lot better, - but these colors, - um, - aren't as poppy as we want. - So by adding contrast, - it actually adds saturation at it makes the colors richer, - and that's a good thing. - Most times, - if we're going for that look, - but there's also a saturation but and right here or saturation option right here. - So I'm gonna pump this up to 1 25 just to make see what it looks like. - And that's looking a lot better. - I shot this footage using theme neutral settings in my canon seven D, - and so that makes the colors a little bit subdued. - But it also helps me to color correct later. - It gives them more options. - And so, - by adding that saturation and adding the contrast it pump, - it makes it a lot. - Look a lot better, - as you can see. - Look it here just like that. - So another thing we can do is I'm going to duplicate this fast color corrector by copying - and pasting Gonna turn one off. - Then I'm going to reset the saturation and the black and the white inputs. - As you saw, - I didn't play with these mid range ones because for this fast color corrector in Adobe - Premiere Pro, - the mid range slider, - it really, - really effects the look of the image. - And it, - like, - dramatically changes with every single notch that you put it up. - So I just like playing with the blacks and the whites and not really with the mids for this - effect. - But I want to show you another way to add contrast. - I'm gonna move these all the way back to what it was. - I'm going to close this. - So now I only have the color corrected version. - The white balance version of this fast color corrector on there is actually a brightness - and contrast. - The fact that I can drag and drop onto my footage and see here it has to quick options. - This is basically if you want a really quick option for adding contrast or broadening up - your footage and using this contrast sliders, - we can also That's another technique we use to make our video. - Better is if we want it brighter or darker. - You can use those sliders as well. - I'm just going to click and drag this this number up and see what it does as can see there - . - When I go way, - I see how bright these brights are now and the blacks it's just pure black. - And obviously I don't want that, - but that I just want to show you what the process is doing. - It's making the white so white that they're they're over exposed and distorted and the - black so black that there's no detail. - We want to be wary of that, - because in this black, - if it's the opposite, - as you can see, - if I go down to negative 24 contrast, - you get this detail. - It's hard to see for you, - probably. - But you see the shadows in issue, - and it's not just a black blob. - And these trees back here is not just a black blob. - And this is a look that, - um, - you know, - you might want as well a very d contrast it look, - um, - was something that if you've seen the latest Samsung commercials for their galaxy Siri's, - they use this very low contrast style so but we can add contrast. - So say we add about up to 15 that's, - you know, - looking about as good as our color corrected version. - Um, - one thing I noticed. - When we look at this color corrected version, - you can tell that it's really green, - and so maybe we are white Balance is a little bit off, - so we're going to move this bubble up a little bit higher into the Reds on, - maybe bring it back down towards the middle, - so it's not as as dramatic of a color correction or white balance, - and that looks a lot better already. - I so back to our brightness and contrast. - Um, - here you see our our colors are looking really good. - You can brightening up if you want just a little bit, - even just five or or 10. - Give it a little bit more brightness, - or you can make a darker depending on how you want to look. - But adding con dress is a great way to make your colors pop, - to make your image look better and just to give a little bit of a style to your video. - So those are the two ways that I have taught you how to add contrast. - There's lots of other ways you can use thes loom a curves. - You can use the RGB curves. - You can use the three way color corrector, - but for now, - I'm gonna leave it at that and let you guys practice that skill. - Thanks for watching. - Let me know if you have any questions until next time. - Have a beautiful day by 21. Color Grading - Styles: - Hey, - guys, - what's up? - This is Phil, - back with another lesson in the Adobe Premiere Pro course. - Today. - We want to talk about color grading, - so color grading is different than color correction because and it's often mistaken. - Ah, - two are used interchangeably interchangeably, - but they aren't supposed to be. - Color correction is making the colors look correct, - and color grading is adding a style or an emotion to your your footage through manipulating - the colors. - So I'm going to show you a quick example of how you color grade a piece of footage using - the fast color corrector, - which we've been using this whole time. - So I have his great image of the coach, - the baseball coach in this short documentary that I shot. - He's sitting in the dugout looking out on the field and depending on what kind of emotion - we want shown in this video. - Ah, - we can make it feel that way through colors. - So whether we want it to be kind of sad and depressing or just a little bit no, - just he's getting older, - the stories about how he's getting older and he's going to end his coaching career, - and so it could be we could make it a little bit sad, - depressing, - or we could make it warm and happy to make it sad. - We would add some blue to make it happy. - We would add some some yellow and some red to this. - So basically, - it's kind of like how we were were white balancing. - We take this color wheel, - we just play around with these colors. - So I'm going Teoh, - move it this way towards the yellow and this is making it look a little bit warmer. - He's a little bit happier. - I'm gonna add some saturation to make it, - you know, - even a little bit more colorful. - I'm going to bring down up the whites and bring up the blacks or make them darker just to - add a little bit more dramatic. - A dramatic look to this piece of footage. - So already you can see that this is a very warm feel. - It's a style compared to that which is the original, - and then you add it looking like that is definitely a style. - Say we want to make it a little bit sad, - depressing or just if we wanted to look like it's in the winter, - we can add some blue, - like so adding some blue, - maybe dropping the saturation a little bit so it's less saturated, - maybe making it, - uh, - a little bit brighter. - Um, - just something like that guy's a completely different feel than what we had before. - So, - as you can see, - there's many different ways to make your footage. - Have a certain feeling. - But you got to remember that usually adding yellows and reds tends to mean it's a little - bit happier at some warm feelings to your your footage. - And adding blue is a little bit Saturday, - more negative feelings, - and that is color grading. - So go ahead and practice that just with this fast color corrector, - it's super easy, - super easy to use. - And, - uh, - yeah, - that's color grading, - grading. - Let me know if you have any questions until next time. - Have a great day 22. Choosing a Font: - guys, - What's up? - This is filling. - We're moving onto a new topic in Adobe Premiere Pro. - We're going to be talking about titles. - And in this first lesson, - I'm just gonna talk to you about different fonts, - different titles, - what they all are. - And then we're going Teoh, - really Get into how you make title. - So I'm gonna just quickly create a tile right here. - But don't worry. - Later, - I'm going to show you exactly how to do it. - And, - uh, - what to dio I So there are basically two types of fonts. - There are Sarah fonts and Sohn Sarah fonts. - You might have heard these terms before, - but you might not have heard these term before. - Ah, - Sarah, - fun. - Let me just type in. - It's there. - If bonds let me change the color really quick again, - I'm gonna show you all this in the next lesson. - How to do this? - Let's pick a good Sara. - Fine. - Baskerville, - old face. - This is a great Sarah. - Fine. - A serif. - Is this little the edge of the letters, - So I'm gonna make this a little bit bigger so you can see it so you can see on the top of - the eye There's this fancy little edge on F again, - there's this edge on the bottom of end. - There's this edge. - It's basically a more artistic type of font Times New Roman is another. - Is another example of a Sarah fought, - Um, - and there's lots of Serra fonts in the library that comes with your computer. - Uh, - right here. - I'm just going through a few. - Charlotte, - Maine, - is one. - Um, - let's see. - Corey Courier new. - This has the Sarah's on the edges s. - So I think you get I think you get the picture. - Ditto. - And another one I. - So let's talk about Sohn Sarah fonts. - It's on me. - Create songs. - Serra Far Not sure if there is a dash in between sun surf, - but a sensor far is something like, - Let's see, - Ariel is a good song. - Serif font Um, - core bell, - this is one is they don't have the fancy edges. - They don't have the fancy edges and future. - This is a good example of a sans serif font. - Um, - and basically, - you can use either type of foreign in your in your video. - But editing programs like San Serif fonts better because when you're rendering these pixels - , - your video is made up of thousands of pixels, - and when it has these fancy little edges and curves, - sometimes it it doesn't render it right, - and it ends up being weird and glitchy. - But when it's nice, - smooth edges and it's not too fancy, - like this Future or Helvetica, - Helvetica is one of the most popular and cleanest fonts out there. - Helvetica Neue is another one that I use all the time. - And so I would I would stay away from these Sarah fonts, - Um, - unless the topic of your video calls for them say you're making a documentary about old - English writers or Shakespeare, - something like that, - that, - stylistically, - it might be nice to have a Serra font, - But for standard titles, - I would stay with sawn Sarah fonts. - So in the next lessons, - we're going to learn how to actually make these these titles. - We're gonna learn how to make introduction titles lower thirds and lots more. - So thank you for watching. - Have you got the difference between serif and sans serif fonts? - And, - uh, - let's take it from here and we're gonna learn a lot. - So So I'm looking forward to the next few lessons. - Talks later. - Bye 23. Lower Thirds Titles: - guys, - let's talk about creating lower thirds. - The last time we talked about creating some intro titles, - we talked about the basics of adding titles. - But let's quickly go over what lower third is and how you create one. - So what? - I brought up this interview clip and basically lower thirds go over interviews. - Or when someone is speaking on camera, - it basically gives more information about them. - Typically, - it has their name and then subtitle with there attribute something that they do something - that they are. - Ah, - so let's go head with an example, - and I'm going to create a new title in a caught coach G. - I call it lower third Coach G. - So I have this image up now I'm going to add text. - So I'm gonna his name. - We're just going to use for this. - Lower third is Coach g gonna make it black first, - and I'm going to change the flaunt. - Just gonna use something like let's use euro style is pretty cool. - We'll use future future at just, - uh, - show you what you can do with this. - Um, - so first they called a lower third because it typically appears in the lower third of the - screen. - Eso That's one thing to keep in mind. - Uh, - one thing you have to pay attention to is place when placing it is what is the background - and where will you be able to see it? - I place it right here. - This G kind of gets lost in this black bag in the background. - Um, - so if I wanted to be in the lower third area, - I would place it around here. - This title editor has these action safe margins right here. - You can see these two boxes, - these air title safe also called title safe Margins on. - This is for when you're making titles that for videos that are going to appear on TV or on - film, - some of the stuff gets cut off, - and so it's better to put it within these margins. - But for most of us were creating videos that are going to end up online and online, - we see the video all the way to the edge, - so you don't have to really worry about that too much. - So right now, - the, - uh, - the, - um text is black. - Let's see what we can do if it's white to make it appear so I like having white text. - I think it's really nice, - but of course it's hard to see here. - So let's try adding a shadow to see if that makes it stand out more. - And already it does. - I'm gonna make the shadow a little bit smaller green and drop the opacity. - See what this looks like. - Maybe the size of it all increase. - So there its a nice title that you can you can see well, - another idea to have to have white text. - But if you don't want to add a shadow, - is by adding a shape behind the text. - You have these shape tools over here so we can take this rectangle tool, - create uh, - and then just click and drag in here, - create a little box. - By now it's white. - But if we go ahead and change the color over here on the right of black, - then I want to right click and arrange and go. - I want to send backward, - and I can adjust this triangle so that I have this nice space for this title. - Oh, - something that I like to do is to drop opacity on these shapes so that it's not a solid a - complete. - Saad, - you can't see through. - And that looks nice. - Now I want to add this guy's lower third. - Um, - So, - Coach G, - I'm going to copy and paste this text, - Gonna put it down below, - and I'm gonna decrease the size. - It's always good to put make the subtitle. - You know, - maybe anywhere from 30 toe 50% smaller, - you or even smaller than that. - So that fits beneath this title. - Um, - And then, - since you know, - maybe this guy for this lower third, - I wouldn't even need a lower third or a subtitle, - because typically, - I have its first name. - And then down here, - I would say, - coach of some someone. - So maybe for this one all, - uh, - just say Compton, - California, - where he's from, - It's tohave a little bit of lower Third, - a little bit of a subtitle right there to give you an example. - Gonna create, - make this box a little bit bigger. - So there's equal equal. - Um, - I guess edges around equals space around all the text. - And there I have a nice little lower third. - Once I exit out of this, - I have my lower third right here. - You can drag it on top of my footage, - and I can just keep it there like so And then, - Ah, - put it on the whole clip or however long you have. - That is easy lower third, - super simple. - Nothing too fancy. - If you are interested in getting really fancy and create some professional lower thirds, - you should check out my amazing lower thirds class class where I teach you everything you - need to know to make some professional video titles in adobe after effects. - Eso check that class out as well. - But for now, - I think you give the picture of what a lower third is. - Next, - we're going to talk about adding motion to our titles. - Thanks a lot. - Have a great day, - and I'll see in the next lesson. 24. Intro Titles: - guys dinner. - Thanks for joining me in this lesson. - I just wanted to remind you Check out video school online dot com. - I have tons of great free content, - free articles, - free podcasts, - free videos, - just everything for you guys to help you make better videos. - Today we're gonna talk about intro titles and actually just talked about how you create a - title in Adobe Promote Premiere Pro. - So let's get straight into it. - So you click our new item button that we learned about way back When and Click Title. - I'm gonna name this title intro title and automatically creates it the size of your - composition, - which is what I want. - And the main thing I want you guys to think about when you're creating inter titles or any - tiles and at all is be different. - Don't just put a title in the middle because that's what everyone does, - and that's what is standard put to the side. - Put it on the bottom, - put it, - you know, - in the bottom third, - or just be different. - So came that in mine. - I'm going to click this type tool over here on the left, - and basically this whole thing is kind of like its own photo shop editor. - It's a complete little program in here for editing titles, - So click on the type tool, - click on your your video and then add your title. - So I'm gonna typing Coach G, - which is this guy's name. - It automatically shows Oppa's white, - so I want to go over, - adhere to color, - click on the white, - and I'm gonna make it black. - It also automatically makes it the font that is the first alphabetically. - And I have this a trip to hell unpack from a project that I worked on a while back. - And so the first thing I would want say is to pick up fonts and go appear to this flaunt - tat tablet, - Click the down arrow and scroll through your fonts and find one that you like. - I typically stick to a few fonds here and there. - But, - um, - like I said last time, - maybe you want a Serra far. - Maybe you want something a little bit more interesting. - Or maybe you want something that looks like a jersey for Coach G, - which is I is. - It would be something interesting to do with this title. - Um, - so I don't think I have any Jersey fonds, - but, - um, - I have some that are close. - So this Princeton one is a nice kind of sports looking one. - To increase the size of your font, - go to this text size and you can just click and drag to the right to increase the size of - the fund. - So this is kind of a cool title. - Cool font for this, - uh, - title this Kern ing option right here. - The A V this is spreads out the letters or each figure within your font. - So each ladder eat each symbol, - anything that's in your in your title, - it will spread it out or make it closer together. - And that's something that you might want to play around with. - If you have multiple, - um, - multiple rows, - you can play with this leading, - which will spread it apart vertically. - You could make it right justified, - left justified or center justified. - Using these options right here And over here, - there's Tom more options as well. - You can change the font over here. - You can, - um, - change the the with or the height of it. - You can change the size, - the aspect, - so if you want it to be stretched out or squish. - You can do that. - You can play with the leading turning and tracking here you condone. - You can make it, - uh, - slanted. - So there's a ton of different options for you over here and play with the opacity. - You can add a stroke by clicking the add stroke, - but in and you add an edge. - Change the color so you can see what looks like that as a stroke. - But I don't typically add strokes to my my fonts at all. - You can add a shadow. - And when I recommend when you're using us, - adding a shadow, - you play with these options because this shadow is really harsh. - I like a little bit more subtle of the shadow. - So I drop the opacity of 25. - I'll increase the size of 10 maybe decreased the spread to 15 or maybe even increase the - spread. - I forget exactly what I like. - That makes it a little bit more fuzzy and a little bit more natural to me. - So there we have it. - We're getting along or getting forward with our title. - Maybe we want to add a subtitle, - so I'm gonna go ahead and click the type tool again Click on my video and then all say, - a documentary film gonna click back onto my selection tool so that I can move it around and - also decrease the size And I don't think I want this part of the the title to be this fun. - I just wanted to be some sort of standard fun. - A cool thing you can do to scroll through your fonts and see it appear is just to click on - in the the tax up here and then it just use the arrow keys to move up or down. - And there it changes your you were text Teoh each of the fonts so you can really see what - it looks like without having to guess. - So I'm going to go up to something like Helvetica Neue. - Maybe I'm going to do a italics, - maybe a light italic. - I kind of like that. - I like using italics and, - uh, - non italics in the same titles. - So you can do that. - You can put it underneath, - you can put it on top. - You know, - maybe aligning it with just this word coach is something that you would want to dio Um, - so just it's all about playing around with your your your titles, - changing the alignment. - Maybe I want these to be down on the corner, - so that is a little bit lower like this. - That's kind of cool as well. - So there we have a nice title. - Maybe I don't want this period there. - I'm gonna change this and align it to the right. - It's always good to align your titles either centered or a wound to the right or to the - left. - This makes it look nice. - So say we're done with that title. - I'm going to exit out of here. - Then our intro title is saved over here in our project folder, - I'm going to Then click and drag it and drop it on to the second video layer. - Or third, - depending on what you want, - you can increase the time of it by just clicking and dragging the edge to keep it on their - longer. - And there we have a ruling nice title to move this. - It's a we don't want in the bottom third anymore. - You can go into here and edit it, - which I highly recommend doing it that way or, - if you want to quickly move it around You can click on it in your program viewer right here - . - Actually Move it around. - So say you want it up here. - Just easily move it around. - So that is how you create a title. - Guys, - are you create an intra title. - I like injured titles. - You know, - with the title of the movie, - maybe a subtitle or the filmmaker's name or you can do multiple titles. - You can have the title first and then the filmmaker's name or whatever other tiles you want - . - You can put these before the title. - Say you want this so you don't want us over. - This foot is you want over black at the start of your movie. - I'm going to copy and paste this title to create another version. - So you have to do it over here in this project file, - I'm gonna title it be I'm going to double click and see how it shows up over the coach G - image right here. - I'm gonna go at an excited that I'm gonna put my timer over black and then I'm going to - double click. - This is title. - So now it's over black. - Now you can see the title because it is black, - so I'm going to change it to White. - I'm gonna change my lower title. - Toe White. - Maybe I don't want this Princeton thought. - Maybe I want it to be the same family as the under title are the the documentary film title - , - and it's always good to use the same thought for all your titles. - I highly recommend men not using different funds for the same title, - but you can use different family, - different fonts within the family. - So maybe for this I want a bold maybe something, - you know, - small in the center, - something a little bit really subtle. - Maybe I want to make it small caps, - meaning the first letter is a large. - It's all capitalized, - But the first letters of each word are large, - Um, - and so you can play around with this idea, - maybe a documentary film. - You don't need it anymore. - Maybe you make it super small the middle. - So I just want this centered. - So doing something like this and just having that at the start of your film might look nice - or doing something a little nontraditional, - putting it on the bottom third or something like that, - just making a little bit different, - making it unique, - making it so that when people see it, - they think, - Oh, - wow, - that's interesting. - So now exit out of this, - I would move my footage over and I would add my intertidal be to the start of my movie. - And so it would go say, - I had my whole movie edited over here. - It would go from this nice little title under here into the start of my movie. - I I think you've heard enough of me talking about titles, - introduction titles. - So next time we're gonna be talking about lower Thirds, - but until then, - have a great day. 25. Adding Motion with Keyframes: - we owe you guys, - This is Philip Neri. - Let's talk about adding motion to our layers. - And specifically, - let's talk about adding motion to our lower third that we created last time. - I want to add I want this title to kind of pop in and then pop out. - So first thing first, - I want to set a couple key frames. - Um, - and we learned about key friends when we were doing audio. - So I hope you remember what a key frame is if not go back to the audio, - uh, - levelling course our lesson and rewatched that. - So I'm going to make sure my lower third is selected. - And then I'm going to go up to my motion tab. - Gonna make a little bit more space so I can see this key frame timeline up here. - And then where says position? - I'm going to click this stopwatch where it says toggle animation. - And you noticed, - my timer is is not at the very start of this this lower third, - because now I'm sending because I'm setting this time this key frame right here at the end - point of the motion right here. - Now, - I'm gonna go back in time and I'm going to actually move this position off of the screen by - clicking and dragging the X axis a little left. - So now, - across those two key frames, - you can see the motion of this title. - See how it appears like that. - Now I'm going to go a little bit further. - Enough time for someone to see the entire the entire clip. - I'm going to select this first, - the second key frame right here just by clicking it Copy and paste that can command C - command be. - I'm gonna go to the end. - It's like this 1st 1 copy and paste it and I have motion of this title exiting so you can - see it like this. - See how it comes in? - You can read it now it comes out. - So that's an easy way to add some motion to your text. - Maybe we want ah, - our text to move a little bit while it's on screen. - So maybe I'm gonna take these key frames off and we just wanted to be on the screen, - but moving a little bit or growing, - how about growing a little bit? - So I'm gonna create, - say, - scale key frame out of the start, - go to the end and increase the scale to 105 And so now, - across time, - this title is growing a little bit. - No, - I wouldn't do that for this title. - I don't think it looks that good, - But if you have B roll footage of photos or different layers or images or even video and - you want to add some motion or some growth to it, - you can set key frames for the scale, - position for the scale or position, - and this creates and night and awesome effect. - So I liked how this this We add emotion to this to pop in and pop out, - and that just makes it a little bit more professional. - It makes it a little bit more unique and eye catching. - And it's not just a plain title on on the screen, - so play around with motion. - Play around with that when you're adding photos and other things to your to your video as - well. - Thanks for watching. - If you have any questions, - please let me know. - Otherwise we'll see in the next lesson 26. Transitions: - guys, - let's talk about transitions. - So, - um, - it I'd say transitions are condom in conjunction with video effects. - There, - under this effects tab, - there's lots of them, - and transitions are basically away from a way to get from one video clip to another. - One of the main types of transition is a dissolve. - Ah, - cross dissolve is one of the most popular ones. - Let's check it out here, - like all effects, - you just click and drag and drop it to the edge of a A clip on. - You can increase the sup, - the timing of it, - the length of it by just clicking and dragging the edge or dragon into short in it. - So it crosses. - All will kind of blend the first image with the second image examines These videos aren't - rendering rendered fully eso. - That's why it's a little bit jumpy, - but you can see how the second image blends with the first image. - That's kind of a nice effect to use, - whether if you're going from an interview to be role or if you're if you're editing between - two clips to be role clips, - Um, - but definitely, - like, - uh, - it's it's a certain style across assault are certainly start. - And when I was starting editing, - I should add dissolves and fades to black is another one all the time. - So dip to black. - It dips to black and then it fades up, - Um, - and these air great for starting and ending your movies. - It's a good way to to transition from the blank screen to video these dips to black. - But dipping the black between all your clips is probably not a good idea because I've done - it. - And I realized that after a while that it's kind of, - Ah, - amateur. - And all of these other transitions can look a little bit funny to They're a little bit. - I just makes it look cheap or or amateur as well. - You got these page peels where part of the, - you know, - the image peels away. - Um, - but as you can see, - it's just it's just a little bit funny. - That's the only way I can put it. - Um, - but some of these other ones, - you know, - uh, - people do use, - especially for like in music videos, - thes thes wipes. - All right, - Wife's from left to right. - Something like that. - Um, - and you can affect change these, - um, - transitions by playing with them in the effects controls as well. - You can reverse it so that it goes the other way. - The wife goes from right to left rather than left to right. - And so, - with all these different transitions you can, - you can add, - you can customize them. - There's some three D motion ones, - and you can download MAWR transitions online. - So this one's kind of like a three D paged page turn or Cuba spin. - I guess, - um, - I'll probably look better if you're transitioning between two clips. - See, - now you have a A cube spin like that. - Hi. - So you have a ton of options for transitions? - I Tech tend to stay, - stick with cross dissolves and fades to black. - Um, - if you don't have any footage after a clip and you just add a standard crosses all it acts - as I fade to black because there's no clip for it to fade to like so it's like that. - Or you can of course you did. - The black Oregon dipped a white. - You can dip toe white, - and then maybe a nice thing to do when you're dipping toe white is create a new item color - . - Matt and make it white. - Call this white Matt, - You're going to put this down on our timeline. - I'm going to put all this footage, - raise it up onto another. - Ah, - another time, - Another layer. - I'm going to put this white mat underneath this transition so that when it dips toe white, - it stays white. - And maybe we can have some nice titles over white. - Why is very clean? - And there's a lot of people using white backgrounds in their video productions nowadays. - So play around with it, - play with your you're dissolves and transitions and let me know if you have any questions - until next time. - Have a great day. 27. Special Effects: - we owe you guys talk about some effects. - And Adobe Premiere Pro has a ton of cool effects that are already preset and ready to use - in underneath the video effects. - I'm just gonna talk about a few of them, - a few that you might be using, - and few that might come in handy for you in the future. - So you in your effects browser, - you can look at all these categories you have adjust which will, - you know, - do different things for your color, - blur and sharpen. - These are good. - I all I'm always using, - like this gouge in blur or the fast blur. - You just click and drag and drop it. - And then it always appears up here in your effects controls window. - And then you can change it with Theo. - The effects of with us, - the sliders up here for these blurs, - make sure you have repeat edge pixels, - that the edges don't blend into the background. - And I mean, - obviously I wouldn't make it like this. - Just tow, - watch it. - But sometimes it's cool toe. - Add a blur to something and then, - um, - put a title over it or something just adds a little bit of uniqueness to it. - A little bit of style. - So both the gouging blur and the fast blur are great to use. - For that, - some distort tools you can use, - like a mere function which will, - uh, - well, - near your your objects if you're looking for that sort of that sort of effect. - Um, - something. - It's kind of cool. - If you're you've probably seen this in some ads where, - uh, - you know, - some car commercials or something like that. - That's kind of a neat effect. - Um, - all you know, - all these I you know, - you really have to go through them and play with them yourself. - But, - uh, - so this your eyes, - you can see that it's bulging right here. - So depending on what your purpose is, - um, - you you might have an effect to use, - but that's the main key here is to use effects with a purpose. - Don't just add, - you know, - crazy styles to them just because use it because there's a reason. - So, - obviously, - this is kind of a cool style. - This mosaic, - it's kind of like eight bit old school video game ah, - style, - But don't use it just for fun. - Uh, - you know, - maybe you're making a music video or something like that, - and you want to make it look super cool or just stylized with lots of effects. - But if you're just making a nice video, - don't just throw on effects just because they look good. - Um, - this transfer under transformed there's a lot of good ones right here or is on till flip. - It will flip it horizontally, - basically nearing mirroring it, - uh, - or vertical will flip it upside down, - like so. - So you can do a lot of cool stuff like that. - You can crop. - Um, - you can crop your footage. - This is a good one. - You can change, - you know, - crop a certain amount of percentage. - You do split screens this way. - Maybe you maybe you want something like this. - Um, - and then you want your coach speaking on the right side and your picture pitching on left - side so we can move these around just by clicking and dragging these images on the on this - viewer. - So something like that might be kind of cool. - Um, - that's kind of cool, - but again, - just play around with these, - but I don't go overboard with effects. - I think it's unprofessional when videos have, - like some a ton of effects, - cause a lot of them look kind of cheesy. - Um, - in reality. - So the ones you know that we talked about before with color correction, - um, - are great to use because it's basically creating a a professional style or a look to your - video with some of these other ones, - like the glows and all that stuff. - It really has to have a good purpose to use them. - So those are all effects. - Play around with them. - I'm not going to spend any more time going through all of them. - But if you have any questions about specific ones or how to use them properly, - please let me know. - Have a great day and I'll see in the next lesson. 28. Adding a Beautiful Vignette: - Hey, - what's up? - This is Philip Inner back with video school online dot com for another tutorial today. - I want to show you how to create a beautiful of in yet in adobe Premiere Pro. - So Adobe Premiere Pro doesn't have a built in vignette effect like after effects, - and it doesn't give you the option to easily create a layer been yet, - But it does have one option called circle that I'm gonna teach you how to use it to make a - vignette. - So in your effects, - you can just type in circle. - It's under the video effects and generate. - You're just going to actually lay this on top of your video. - I'm using an image right now, - but you can use, - you know, - you do it on your video or whatever you have, - so it creates this white circle. - First, - we're going to make this circle black by selecting the color and making it black. - Then we're going to invert by clicking this invert circle button. - But now you still can't see anything because the blending mode is none. - And so that's all black. - We want to turn this to multiply. - Now we have this little circle right here, - and this is the beginnings of RVing. - Yet this radius feature a year will increase the size of our circle. - So we're going to increase the size of a circle to about depending on the size of your - image. - You know, - for me, - it's about 7 50 until you know, - the edge of the circle is around the edge of the image. - We want to feather this out, - So click down this drop down feather menu and increase the feather outer edge. - So we're gonna keep doing that until you get a nice then yet. - And this is a very, - very nice, - easy off option. - Excuse me to create a good been. - Yet you can decrease the opacity if you don't want it to be so extreme. - But by clicking this little affects toggle button. - You can see how that adds a lot of, - you know, - quality, - and it makes your image more dynamic. - It direction. - You're the viewer's eye to the center of the screen, - and it just adds no. - A little bit of, - you know, - interesting thing is something interesting to your video, - and Vignette is not for everyone is not for all video types, - but it's an option. - Ah, - to you know, - increase the quality of your video quite easily. - That is the circle effect. - That is how you create a beautiful been yet in adobe Premiere Pro. - Thanks for watching. - Check out video school online dot com for more great tips and tricks, - right? 29. The Color Key: - Hello, - everyone. - Welcome to another chapter in green screen editing Today we are going to be going over - Adobe premiere and how to green screen used green screen footage with Adobe Premiere. - So today for this chapter, - the topics like the previous chapter if you watch the final cut pro seven chapter, - we're gonna be talking about King the green. - So how, - what, - what effects and filters, - we can use an adobe premiere. - Two. - Key, - the green. - How using cropping can help you improve your key image. - Adding backgrounds, - of course, - and what types of backgrounds we can use and how to do that on, - of course, - correcting the edges of your green screen key and then color correcting and using color - correction to improve your image in the overall look of your green screen. - So let's get right into it. - And first, - um, - we're just gonna show you Adobe premiere, - so hopefully you're a little bit familiar with this program. - But if not, - we have you know your project files. - Over here in the middle is your your your viewer, - where you can preview clips and your effects controls where you will be spending a lot of - time in this class ongoing of your effects and tweaking those your viewer over here of your - final image of your movie. - And then down here are is your timeline where you actually police your footage and over - here on the left is where you can find your effects. - So I've already built this project out a little bit. - I've added my video clips and some images that I found online that we're gonna be using for - background images for the clips. - I found them on archive dot org's, - which is a great site where you can download free to use public domain, - green screen images or or lots of different types of video and images. - And so I found a couple good ones, - one of an interview sort of setting, - and then one of a cute dog that we're gonna be using mostly for this course. - So let's go ahead and bring some of this video clip down onto our timeline. - So right here I have about four seconds of our dog selected, - and we're gonna put him down on the timeline. - Then, - um, - for this lesson, - we're gonna basically be going over using the color key and then over the next three - lessons, - we're gonna go into more detail about all the rest of the topics. - And so down here in our effects browser. - If if you don't see this effects brother, - you can goto windows and make sure that effects is selected up here in the top menu and - then go your effects and you can either find different, - keep different effects by going to video effects and selecting key. - So there's a bunch of keys there. - Or a great thing about Adobe Premiere compared to final cut is that you can actually just - search for effects. - So for this first effect, - we're gonna be using the color key. - So just typing color key and it pops right up and go ahead and add that to our video clip, - then to effect to control this, - you go up to this viewer window where we have our effects controls. - So basically what this effect does, - it will allow you to take out a certain color, - any color from your video footage, - so it doesn't have to be green or it doesn't have to be blue. - It could be any color for this clip. - We can take out this pink tag or you know, - the brown for or like, - we want to do it. - We can take out the green screen that is behind the dog. - So what we do is click this selector tool right here and then go over to the clip itself. - We want to select a greening, - Um, - and it's maybe hard for you to tell. - But if you have your own green screen footage, - usually there's some shadows, - or that the color of the green varies across the background, - and what you should do is click select the darkest or a darker version of the green on your - screen. - So up here you can tell us very bright, - and down here it's a little bit darker. - So we're gonna select this green down here. - And the reason that I suggest selecting a darker green is because for some reason, - the different effects find it easier to keep out the brighter greens. - Um, - so vice selecting the darker green. - You're specifically telling the program that those are that's the color you want to select - , - and then, - by adjusting the brighter greens are automatically going to be taken out. - And so, - um, - and another reason is that because the darker greens are more similar to the rest of the - colors of your subject. - Just because it's a darker tone and hue will be more similar to the Browns. - Um, - it's it's better to specifically pick that color so that the editing, - the filter that Clarky filter knows how to differentiate on between the dark's, - the dark green and the dark brown. - Whereas if you click the rider greens and then you try to change the color tolerance to get - rid of these darker greens, - it may. - It may actually take out some of these darker browns. - Well, - that's getting really advanced. - And all you need to know is select your green and select one of the like, - some of the darker green, - usually at the bottom around your subject. - And then you're gonna go over to this color tolerance wheel, - um, - are option, - and you're gonna just crank it up and keep going until you have a pretty good Keith. - And so this does a really good job already at taking out the green. - As you can tell. - The more I do it, - it starts taking out colors similar to it, - so it takes out this bluish color it's more of an aqua. - And then, - really, - if you keep going the tolerance it'll take out everything that's at all similar. - So what we want to do is take it up, - going to nowhere. - Everything in the middle of your subject in this area over here is still visible. - So right there you have it. - But we still have this green edge around the dog. - And so to get rid of that, - there are two options that worked hand in hand. - The edge then will basically increase or decrease the edge around the key to subject. - So we're going to decrease it by sending it a little bit. - Go up to three. - You can you can really go up as you know, - pretty high. - And then we want to add the edge feather which will make this look a little bit more - natural, - a little better. - And so that is getting to be a pretty good key. - So this is the color key, - and that's it. - For this first lesson on going forward, - we're gonna try out the ultra key, - which is I feel the best way to key out the green in adobe premiere and then really - tweaking the green screen adding backgrounds and the rest of the whole green screen picture - will be in future lessons. - So thank you for watching. - And if you have any questions or comments, - please message me on you to me. - And aside from that, - keep practicing. - I hope you are following along while we're while I'm teaching you this. - And if you ever need toe, - you know, - uh, - rewind watches service up again. - Please feel free to do that. - And thanks for watching. - And I'll see you for next lesson. 30. The Ultra Key: - Hello And this is Philip dinner, - and I'm back with another lesson for green screen editing. - This is in the Adobe premiere chapter, - and this is a lesson to today. - We're gonna be going over another way, - another effect that you can use for King out of the green before we looked at the color key - . - And today we're gonna go look at the culture key, - which is a better way to keep your green. - And whereas the color key, - you know, - it's built for a king out different colors, - the ultra key is really met for kicking up debris. - And so it's a lot more powerful, - and there's a lot more ways to tweak it and finesse it. - Look, - look really good. - And as you can see here in the color key, - we still have a little bit of green around it, - and the older he is really going to get rid of any of that green. - So we're gonna bring down another the same clip of our dog so that we have a new fresh - start and just go ahead and type ultra into your effects search window and bring up the old - turkey and just toss it onto your clip. - Now you have this selected you can go up to the effects control you can weaken, - start tweaking our ultra key. - And so what were The first thing we want to do is key. - Choose the key color. - So again, - go ahead and just click. - Select a green color around the pooch. - And already it does. - Ah, - really good job is a little bit of stuff that we're gonna have to work to get rid of, - but it's pretty much almost, - you know, - almost done. - Um, - So what you want to do then, - is just go to the mat generation drop down menu, - and, - you know, - you just want to play around with these. - Uh, - you can tell that some of these colors that are still green are from the highlights, - and some are from the shadows down here. - And so you just want to bring down the highlights. - I'm gonna bring him up to really show you what It's king out. - And so those are the highlights on Just bring it down And those are all gone. - The shadows, - those air, - the darker greens on. - And so I'm just gonna bring those down. - But as I bring those down. - You can tell that some of the dogs darker hair in the middle is being keyed as out as well - . - So we have to be careful not to go too far. - So it's about their and you don't want to go past this because it's starting to take out - some of the colors within within the dog. - So what we can do is go down to this pedestal, - which is a great way for, - uh, - really take out specific leave the green color. - And so you just increase that and that's really taking out most of it, - um, - so increased that. - And then we can try toe bring down the shadows again to make this dark green on the side - disappear. - And so that's that's looking pretty good. - But it's not perfect yet, - so we'll see what we can do with the mat cleanup. - So we're gonna choke it a little bit right here. - So that's basically increasing and decreasing the edge thin. - We're gonna soften a little bit, - so that's looking pretty good. - Maybe a little bit too soft on increase the contrast. - So it's really getting this helps with fine tuning the edges of your subject. - Last looking pretty good. - Um, - but let's rewind, - and I'm gonna show you uneven, - easier way to make this look just as good. - So take off the ultra key on. - We're just gonna start over at the ultra key Selector Color. - Select one, - The Darks. - You know, - the dark start down here is we're going to select those, - um, - and then in the setting mode, - we have these different relax, - aggressive or custom. - If you're tweaking these numbers on here, - it's gonna automatically be custom. - But we're just gonna select aggressive and it basically does everything for us. - It's it's got rid of all the green. - It's pretty much a perfect key. - All the colors within the dog are still there. - The darks and lights and the blues are still there. - And we didn't even have to touch these colors over here. - That's a really great way to easily key out, - um, - your your subjects. - So I know I can trick you, - and we went a long way. - But sometimes you have to go a long way to learn. - Then you get the quick, - easy tips that will help you in the long run will make everything go faster. - so again, - ultra key selector color switched to aggressive and pretty much have a perfect key. - Thank you for watching. - We're gonna go forward in the next lessons for into using cropping to help out your your - king using color correction and adding backgrounds and more. - So thank you for watching this lesson. - I hope you learned all about the ultra key filter. - And if you have any questions, - message me on you to me and if not, - enjoy and have a great day. 31. Cropping for Keying: - Hello and welcome back to another lesson in green screen editing. - Again, - this is going further into Adobe Premiere Pro on. - Where is the premiere pro chapter? - Last couple lessons We learned the different tiers you can use when you're editing out - green screen footage. - And today we're gonna be talking about how using cropping can help you when you're editing - and keep trying to get the perfect key. - And so I'm gonna go ahead. - And for an example, - I'm gonna bring down a new dog. - Bring it down to the timeline. - You know, - say you're doing Ah, - quick job. - You wanna You just are in a rush. - You add your ultra key and you selector key. - You don't really pay attention to where you're selecting your keys. - You select some brights and then you go down to Matt Generation and you're trying to, - uh, - make this the perfect key. - And it's just not working. - We still have some, - you know, - noise down here in the bottom left. - Because if you try to take the shadows, - we start taking out some of the dogs. - You know, - his darker hair. - So we can't do that. - Um, - so we still have these like shadows down here of the green screen that are left over. - And so the best we can do, - uh, - with quickly doing this is to get it about like this. - We got some shadows down here in the bottom, - left and in the bottom, - right. - So an easy way to get rid of these is to crop the map. - And so what you do, - go down to your effects tab, - search for crop, - add it to your your if your video, - and then just increase the left. - It's a crop out that that that noise that is in the bottom left and then do the same for - the bottom. - Right there you have a pretty good. - I mean, - it's a perfect key of this dog, - and instead of having to worry about the shadows that are in the bottom corners, - you're able to focus about the green screen that is around the dog. - Um, - and you have a perfect key now, - and even better way to do this. - And what I suggest you doing whenever you're keying something is to actually crop first, - and so what you should do is you can either use the crop future or there's a couple other - options for getting, - um or, - uh, - finessed crop with more options of your video clip. - We're gonna go down to video effects, - and we're gonna go down to Key. - And we have these different garbage mats, - and we have a four point in a eight point we're gonna add wanted to our club just to show - what it is. - Um, - so you see that I was added up here into our effects controls, - like clicking this symbol right here. - We are able to view it, - um, - on the screen and you can see the different corners, - all the bird taxes and the the points of this effect. - So it has eight points, - three along the top, - three along the bottom, - and then one on the side of news middle. - And this gives you a great way to crop your image so you can just click these, - drag him in. - You have a really good, - nice way to crop your image, - especially using the eight point Matt is good for, - um, - for if you have, - you know, - someone that is using their arms or something that's not sitting still, - because then you can really crop around the image of your subject. - Luckily, - your dog is just sitting still in the middle. - So he's a good dog. - And, - you know, - I was just going to stay within this garbage matte that we have built out right now. - Um, - so again, - you can see view, - defects and take it off. - So what this basically does and means for us is that when we add our green screen filter - now all the filter has to do is key out. - This green around here doesn't have to worry about any of the green that was previously - around our dog, - and that's way better. - And we'll give you a better key because who knows? - Like we saw before. - There's shadows down here, - shadows down here. - We don't even want to worry about those. - So you add your old turkey, - select your selector green. - Now you only have this screen that worry about and as easy as that. - It's a perfect he. - We can switch this to aggressive to make sure that it is the best that it can be. - And there you have it. - It's a perfect key, - and you're gonna run into this a lot. - This is in the best video clip to use for an example for how propping can assist you in - green screen editing, - but you'll find if you're no. - If you're using your homemade lights in front of a homemade green screen, - that there are gonna be wrinkles and or light stands in the middle of your frame or - something that you know don't want in your video screen and cropping is a great way, - Teoh. - Get rid of those without having to worry about the green screen too much. - That was it for this lesson on propping. - Next, - we're gonna be going into actually adding a background and bring this foot toe life. - So thank you for watching. - If you have any questions or comments, - just message me on you to meet, - please rate the course of your enjoying So far and all. - I look forward to seeing you in the next lesson. - Thanks a lot. - Have a great day 32. Adding A Background: - Hello and welcome to another lesson in green screen editing. - This is the Adobe Premiere Pro chapter. - And today we're gonna be going over adding backgrounds to your green screen footage where - we already learned how to key out the green. - How to fix your edges and make sure it looks perfect using cropping to make it look look - good. - And now we're actually going to be getting into actually building your video and adding - cool backgrounds. - And so, - for this image of our dog, - we're just gonna, - you know, - put an image that I think fits. - Um, - and that is, - of a backyard eso download this image of some grass I'm going to bring down onto the - timeline and I'm going to put it underneath our dog underneath like that. - We have our dogs sitting on grass, - except now we have to edit the background so that it looks good. - And so under the motion tab for under effects control for this clip, - we can edit the scale, - position and lots of things to make it look good. - So we're gonna increase the scale so it covers the entire background and I want to bring it - down so that it looks like your dog is actually sitting on the grass so that it looks good - . - Of course we're using an image which is is nice for now, - Um, - but when you actually play this clip, - you can tell that the backgrounds not moving at all and our dog and foreground is sniffing - around, - moving his head, - wagging his tail, - and so it looks kind of awkward. - So what I suggest doing is whenever you're shooting green screen video and you wanna have a - background that looks dynamic and matches the foreground, - definitely go out and shoot video, - even if it's the same exact shot, - the same exact angle. - It would be better if this background was moving slightly. - You know, - even though it's hard to tell when you're taking a photo and you're looking out there, - you don't think anything's moving. - You will be able to notice if it's video versus a still image. - The grass will move a little bit with the wind. - Lighting may change slightly if the clouds are moving etcetera, - and so that would really make it look like this dog is actually sitting in this in this - grass. - And this is pretty good for just throwing on this image right now. - One thing you want to be careful of two is, - you know, - having the right perspective for your background. - For example, - I have this other backyard image, - and I was searching for one. - You know, - just searching through group will define a good background image, - and I found this one that I thought would look fine. - So I added the it is to our timeline, - increase the scale so it, - you know, - covers the background. - And I tried editing this to make it look good, - but you can tell that our dog looks like a giant right now. - His is bigger than the swing set in the background. - I was taller than this fence. - And really, - there's not much you can do to make it look better. - This might make it look a little bit better, - but the reason it looks awkward is because the angle of this photograph is different than - the angle of the video of our dog that photograph the angles taken from probably about the - height of a human. - And so you're really looking down at this backyard, - whereas the dog is kind of straight on, - so the angle is coming from maybe a foot or two off the ground. - And so this image of the grass behind is really a better image to add for your background, - because it's from that low angle. - Of course, - you don't need to try to put your dog in your backyard and while editing this, - because it could have just taken your dog outside and shot him. - But it does give you control to do fun things like putting your dog on the moon or - underwater or anywhere. - And so that's why green screen is so fun. - And it gives you a lot of control because you can create worlds that you don't have access - to when you're shooting a movie. - So it's pretty cool what you can do with green screen. - And, - uh, - yeah, - so this is Those are just some tips for adding backgrounds again, - Just make sure that when you're adding background, - adding, - uh, - actual moving video behind will make it look more realistic now and making sure the angle - of the background and the sizing of the background matches your foreground. - Of course you can. - You can do something completely different, - like adding just a color behind our dogs. - So to do that in the w premiering Go down to this new item, - it looks like a post it note down here in this menu. - Click that and then add color. - Matt say OK, - that is just saying that it's the right size and we're going to pick. - Well, - let's put Pick this. - I mean, - like a magenta color match. - His leash, - his or her leash. - Just call this magenta at it underneath their dog when that looks pretty fun. - And that's a really cool Um, - you know, - it's a lot of fun, - too. - Change up the backgrounds at different textures to it. - 11 way to you know, - you can add it, - vignettes to it to make it look really good on. - So, - yeah, - it's just up to you for what you want to add in the background. - And that's why green screen is so cool. - So that's how you had a background. - I hope you enjoy this lesson and learned a lot. - Hope you're following along and actually practicing while we're doing this. - I encourage you to do that and after this lesson to go shoot your own green screen video or - practice with the video that I provided and add your own background to make it look cool. - Anyways, - next lesson we're gonna be going over color correction and how that can enhance your video - to make it look even more realistic. - Thank you for watching this lesson. - If you have any questions or comments, - please message me on you to me. - I'll get back to us in this possible Thanks for watching and have a great day. 33. Color Correction and Green Screen: - hello and welcome to another lesson in green screen editing. - This is the Adobe premiere chapter, - and we're getting down to the wire with last few lessons in this chapter. - And today we're gonna talk about color correction, - one of the final techniques that you can use to enhance your footage and make it look more - realistic with the background. - So we have Here are timeline that we've been working on, - and I want to bring us back to the image of our dog sitting on the grass. - And as you can see, - um, - it's really you know, - it might be tough to see, - but the grass background it has this, - you know, - yellowish orange. - Look, - it's just a little bit warmer. - And that's because it was out in the sun, - and the camera settings, - you know, - made it look like it was, - you know, - warm and sunny outside the shot of this dog. - It's a little bit cooler. - The colors aren't as vibrant as the background. - And to really make the subject match the background we have to color. - Correct. - There's a couple ways to do this in Premiere Pro this ultra key filter. - It has a color correction addition to it, - so you can go down here and increase the saturation, - and doing something like that can automatically make it look better already. - But to have a um, - better, - more intuitive option with more control is by using the color crap. - One of the color corrector filters in under our video effects. - So down here there's a lot of different cool effects. - And under color correction, - there's a few as well when the best ones and easiest wants to use. - That, - I suggest, - is fast color corrector, - so we can just take that drop that onto our our dog there, - and we want to make him a little bit warmer. - So we just take this color wheel here for, - for example, - and bring make it a little bit warmer. - You just click the center and drag it over to in between the reds and the yellow, - so that's a little bit warmer. - You can, - you know, - change the effect here with these different options on here to make it really warm. - And as you can tell, - um, - you don't want to make it to warm cause. - Then the dog will look even more yellow than background. - That won't look natural, - but you want to be somewhere in the middle that maybe we want to increase the saturation. - Zor has the saturation option. - Frieze that to about 1 26 or so. - You can see this effect on work by clicking and tumbling this effects, - but in here, - on and off, - take it off to get on to get off. - Take it on Really telling now that before you added this color correction, - dog really does look a little bit cooler on the color tone is more blue and it's a little - bit colder and the saturation isn't as high, - adding, - it makes it look a lot better and makes it look more natural, - like the dog is actually sitting in this grass with the sun beating down on it. - That's a great way to make all of your your video footage and your green screen footage - match match better. - Of course, - you can do the opposite if you want to color, - correct the background instead, - color color. - Correcting our dog. - We could have added this effect to the background. - We'll go ahead and do that right now just to show you how that works. - Color correct the background so the background is a little bit too yellow, - so we want to make it even more blue. - So just like we did with the dog, - make this color correction a little bit more blue. - Maybe de saturate a little bit. - There we have a good image of the dog and the background. - Of course, - it depends on what the mood of your video is if you want it to be happy. - Sunny, - you want to have more warm colors. - Yellow tones. - If you wanted to be a little bit more dreary, - your cold or dark, - you can Ads are more blues, - or it's just the preference of yours if you like warmer tones or cooler tones. - So that's a great way to really make your images match and make your green screen editing - look just like regular ending. - Eso. - That's it for this lesson, - of course. - Keep practicing this green screen editing. - Play with color correction. - Add some different backgrounds. - Put your dog no on in a snow patch and then make you color. - Correct him to make him his colors a lot bluer, - a lot, - a lot colder and do things like that, - just a practice of color correction. - So thanks for watching. - If you have any questions or comments, - as always, - message me at you to me, - on you to me dot com, - and I'll get back to you as soon as possible. - Next lesson. - We're gonna be doing a rap video for Adobe Premiere, - where we're gonna be taken a new clip, - video interview clip and going to be making it look really cool. - So look forward to that, - and I'll see you next lesson. - Thanks for watching. 34. Green Screen Wrap Up: - Hello and welcome to green screen editing. - This is the final lesson in the Adobe premiere chapter. - We're gonna do a wrap up of everything we've learned so far and create a great looking - video. - Right now what we're gonna do is edit this new clip that we downloaded. - I gave you the the the euro. - Well, - that you can download it at mark. - I've dot com. - So this guy talking in front of a green screen. - So it'll be a good example to use because I think a lot of you will be using green screen - for a similar, - uh, - type of video of someone you know talking in front of a green screen, - whether it's an interview or it's, - ah, - business video, - talking about your product or whatever. - And so this is a good example for us today, - so I'm just gonna select a little bit this video clip to use, - bring it down to our timeline and remember the first thing I said to do when you're editing - green screen is to crop it as much as you can or add a mat to it. - So I'm going to add are eight point garbage matte. - So I'm going to search into our effects. - Been for eight point garbage, - matte. - There it is. - And then just add it on top of our video. - Go up here to our effects controls panel. - And then, - like I said before, - you can either edit it numerically by editing these numbers for all the different points or - visually by clicking this icon right here. - That brings up all the different points of the garbage matte that we can edit that easily - allows us to create a Mac around our character here, - just like this. - We're going, - Teoh, - decrease the amount of green screen that we are going to have to edit. - And so this is a good example for using this map because our subject isn't moving around a - lot. - But you just have to be careful that he doesn't move out in front outside of this Matt - Range say if he was using his hands a lot when he's talking, - he might bring his hands up around here and his hands will be cut off. - So you have to be careful when you're doing this to make sure he doesn't do that. - But are subjects of standing pretty still. - So it's good. - Then once we do that, - we're gonna add the ultra key effect. - Our favorite key Earth in Adobe Premiere Pro. - Go in and add that to our clip. - Then select the green. - Select something around our subject, - something a little bit darker. - You can tell that appear. - It's writer, - and then on this side it's a little bit darker, - so select one colors that's a little bit darker. - And we can either go through Matt Generation and clean up to tweak these effect this effect - . - Or we can easily just go ahead and change its setting. - Too aggressive. - That automatically makes our key practically perfect. - And there you have it. - There is a key. - We've got a nice, - uh, - image with no background, - and then it's there for us to edit as we will. - One thing I want to do is to at least start off, - make our subject in the middle in center of our video screen. - I'm going to increase the size in this under this motion tab here in the video effects - control panel. - You can do that. - It is the size and then move it around, - or you can just click here on the viewer and move our subject around there he is in the - middle. - The 1st 7 background that I want to check out and see if it looks good is to add a plain - white background. - It's something that is really popular now in just how to videos and product demonstrations - . - If you watch any Apple commercials or Apple product demonstrations on their website, - have a nice cleaning white background behind their their spokesperson. - And so go down here and we're gonna add a color Matt. - So click color Matt and a white one right there. - I'm gonna call it white, - and then we can just bring it underneath our video clip there and there you have a nice, - clean white background. - Well, - it's purpose. - It's completely white. - There's no kind of effect to it, - so it's nice and clean. - But one thing I want to do to make it a little bit more dynamic is to actually create sort - of a vignette, - look to it so that it focuses your eyes into the middle of the video screen. - And so to do that in total we premiere, - there is is there is not a vignette effect, - but there is something called circles, - and basically it's either to generate image of a circle or you can create cool vignette - lift light with it. - So right here the circle was added but small behind our subjects that were going to - increase the size increase the radius of it right here. - So increase that up to about 600. - We're just gonna play with it the edge feather of the feather. - So we want a feather, - the outer edge so that it looks like I've been yet, - basically, - just crank it up all the way until you have a nice been yet that's looking pretty good. - But maybe it's a little bit too much dark around the edges. - I don't really like that. - So what I'm gonna do is, - instead of increasing just the radius, - you can also just increase the size of our white. - So that gives you a nice effect where your eyes are automatically drawn into the center of - the video, - the black from the been, - yet it just makes the center image pop. - One thing we want to do to this image is correct. - The color a little bit. - He's looking a little pale, - and his white suit is blending in with the background, - So we want to add some color. - So we wanna add the fast color corrector to go ahead and find that in your effects bin and - add that to our video. - We're just gonna add a little bit of color to him, - so make it a little bit warmer. - Drag this center senator icon in the middle of the color wheel over to the reds and oranges - . - Maybe add a little bit of saturation. - It's looking a little bit too orange now, - so I'm gonna bring down this this orange. - And another way to make your image pop is to add some contrast. - So down here in the levels in the input and output levels, - what we can do is by bringing this triangle down here down and increasing this blacks. - What it's doing is it's making the blacks blacker and the whites whiter, - which is adding contrast, - which also adds saturation. - So once you're when you're adding contrast to video clip, - your actually adding contrast to so you may have to go back to the saturation, - uh, - change edit that you made and decrease that a little bit. - So it's not too much, - but that's looking a lot better. - You can see you can toggle it on and off with this effects icon right here again. - You can see that lapse looking pretty good. - His whites are a little bit blown out down here, - which is a cool effect if you like it. - If not you Kenbrell back this the whites up here to the top 2 55 in the input levels. - That's looking pretty cool. - That's that's a nice, - nice video right there. - And that's clean, - professional looking. - If you want something different, - though, - let's try adding something cooler. - Temic. - It looks maybe a little bit more hip, - a little bit more modern, - and so you can play with different textures in different colors. - What I've done is I just went on. - Google and I searched for some images. - Search through images for different textures, - and I do this lot when I'm adding backgrounds to green screen footage, - for example, - I have this old map texture. - It's a really cool texture of that. - It just adds a little bit to the background and well, - that is. - I don't I think that's looking to gay because it looks like he's standing in the middle of - , - ah, - map blob. - We can add another pattern to it and then play with the layering options to make it look - really cool. - So I added this, - uh, - this pattern, - effect texture. - I'm gonna decrease the scale that's looking cool already. - But I want I want to blend the old map texture, - which you can see here with this this texture that I just added of the stripes Cool way to - do that is by going under the opacity, - uh, - effect drop down menu under the video effects for the top layer, - which is the stripes stripes layer and go to blend mode and then just play around and see - what these different modes I look like, - so dark and dark in the blue image but also have shows some of the map texture behind - through. - I really like, - um, - different modes like overlay, - which adds a lot of contrasts and makes it look cool. - A soft light will be a little bit less jarring, - a little less contrast, - even still look cool. - Eso you can play around with those and come up with a cool background. - What? - You know, - maybe you wanna rotate this image of the stripes a little bit to give it a cool effect. - Something like that. - Now, - now we're talking. - Looks like a cool video that could be on, - you know, - MTV or a new online program, - something really cool. - So those were just different types of background so that you can use. - Of course, - you can add background, - a background image of something out in the real world. - Teoh make him look like he's talking out by the ocean or wherever. - But what's so great about green screens? - You can add the school backgrounds like this to make a really clean and professional look. - Make it look really poppy and cool whatever you want. - So that is basically green screen editing in Adobe Premiere, - Um, - we have gone over the different color keys filters that you can add two key out the green. - We have gone over cropping and how that can't help you create a better key gone over. - Adding background images and footage to your video, - we talked about how color correction can enhance your video and make the subject in the - background match and make it look like a real in real video. - And then we just did this great overview rapid video that I think has helped you a lot. - So thank you for watching. - If you have any questions, - please email me or message me at you to me dot com. - If you want to go ahead further, - we're gonna be going into after effects next, - which is going to be a little bit more advanced than this. - And I'm also going to teach you how to use after effects and Adobe Premiere at the same - time. - And how you can use those two programs together when you're using green screen. - So thank you again for watching. - I hope you enjoy this class and I'll see you next time. 35. Exporting and Uploading to YouTube: - Hey, - YouTube, - this is Philip Inner with video school online dot com. - I'm here with a quick tutorial on how to export your videos from Adobe Premiere Pro to - YouTube. - So with the best export settings and all that jazz is for how to do that so quickly you go - in your project. - I made this little Thank you. - What am I thankful for? - Video for my girlfriend for Thanksgiving is really nice. - So if you like that idea, - use it so to export. - Once you're done editing, - you just go up to file export media. - Or you can press command E that you're on a Mac quickly. - You can, - uh, - change your name by clicking this output name, - and you could rename and then set where you want to save it to format format. - YouTube loves H 264 You can open all these different types up here, - but we want we want to use, - um h 264 That's what you to blacks. - Make sure export video and export audio is checked off down here with the frame within the - frame height. - If you shot 1920 p. - Um, - then you can change the frame with and frame height to 1920 by 10 80 I shot 12 80 by 7 20 - So both are HD. - One is just a little bit larger frame size for the frame rate. - YouTube likes 30 and all these settings can be found on the YouTube slash Google guidelines - on their website. - I brought it up here. - Um, - you just type into the sport that people dot com for him. - What the If you want your YouTube settings and it says compression type H 264 frame rate, - 30 is preferred but like these other ones are accepted. - So the data re and all this other stuff you want to just set as automatic for within - Premiere Pro with this bit rate encoding vi br one pass will be quicker and a little bit - lower. - Quality and Phoebe are to pass. - Will be it will take a lot slower because it actually goes through the whole movie twice. - But that also increases the quality in regards to the color qualities and is the image - sharpness. - Um, - it won't really increase the size of your video. - It'll just take longer, - so if you're in a rush, - you can do V B R one passed or V b R to pass for this target bit rate. - Um, - this is where you can, - you know, - if you rash it up to, - uh, - really high. - Then again, - the size of your file will be larger, - and the quality will be higher. - But, - you know, - you can just set it around 15 or so. - That's where I like to set it and then lower the target to maybe 12. - So the maximum is around 15. - Then, - um, - make sure your audio is set to a cease A. - See. - The Kodak right here is set to a a C 44.1 kilohertz equality high, - and that's about it. - So from there you just go to export export and only be great high quality video for you - tube. - So I hope you like this video and you learned a lot. - Head over to video school online dot com and subscribe for more tips. - And to get some great free resource is and deals for, - um, - my online courses and everything else that comes along with video school online dot com. - Have you enjoyed watching? - And I will see you next time 36. Tips for Getting a Job : - Hello and welcome to video editing. - 101 This is Chapter nine, - lesson one. - This is the last lesson. - I'm sad to say goodbye today We're talking about now what? - Landing and job. - So either you have a job and this is just a side gig or something. - You know, - you're doing to improve your job, - or there's something that you're trying to learn and get a job through video editing. - And I'm just gonna use, - you know, - give you some of my advice. - Even though I'm young and I'm relatively new to the film industry, - I have successfully landed internships. - I have successfully landed multiple jobs. - Um, - and I think that, - uh, - I've never really been out of work for a long period of time, - so part of it might be luck. - Part of it, - I think, - is my skills and part of it, - you know, - are some of the things I'm gonna tell you about in the next few slides. - So, - first and last but not least, - movie quote I would be Bach from Arnold Schwarzenegger in the Terminator in 1984. - I'll be back literally, - because I'm gonna be coming out with new you, - Timmy courses as we go along. - So one with after effects specifically for other editing programs like Adobe Premiere, - um, - and other video courses as well. - So check back for more on the email me if you have any ideas for those courses. - So landing a job There are a few key things that I urge you to do. - If you're trying to find a job in the film word world, - whatever you're doing, - editing or directing or anything cinematography, - you have to create an online portfolio, - so you can either just go on Vimeo or YouTube. - I suggest Vigneault could. - It's a little bit more professional. - I'm but create an online portfolio. - Put your videos up there. - I can't, - you know, - say it enough. - There are so many times that you know, - even classmates that I've had in film school, - you know, - come out of school and they don't have, - you know, - on online presence, - you need to have an online presence in this technology driven world. - As much as you know, - um, - I try to live simply and not get wrapped up in all the social media and everything I do, - you know, - see the truth in and the future in the online and technology world. - Um, - and so, - you know, - keep up your online portfolio, - put movies that you've worked on up there, - um, - and create a demo reel, - so I'll show you my website. - So I have, - you know, - my video on my YouTube, - my linked in account, - but and they're all going together. - But I put together this website myself. - And, - you know, - it's not the greatest looking website in the world. - No, - but I did it myself. - I spent a couple. - I spent some time, - I actually sat down, - but I didn't just spend five minutes on, - and I spent a couple of days on it. - I got feedback from, - you know, - my friends. - I I had a good title that showed exactly who I am. - And then I have my demo reel clearly on the first page so anyone can easily see it. - Have a blogger where I update, - you know, - people on what I'm working on, - um, - lately. - And then, - um, - an about me section gives a little bio about myself on. - And then, - of course, - I have all my films that I've worked on in there. - So it's easy to navigate Easy for people to see the amount of work that I've actually done - . - And I also include a list of clients who I worked with, - which is great, - because to show, - you know, - people like, - uh, - this and say, - Oh, - wow, - you've worked for MSN. - You've done videos that ended up on MSN or take part or participant Media. - You know what worked with all these people? - It shows a lot and then also have your contact information in case anyone wants to offer - you a job which has happened. - Um, - it's who you know you. - No, - that's partly true. - It's not just what you know. - It's who you know. - You have to make connections. - Um, - when you meet someone in the film world, - give him your business card que contact with them email created dialogue with them. - Most of my jobs. - Um, - actually, - I take that back. - Some of my jobs have come through connections. - Some have just been random. - Me just going face, - you know, - walking up to a company and saying, - Hey, - there's my resume. - I'd like to intern with you or finding a all right job opening online and saying applying - and saying Hey, - this is who I am. - And then everything is feedback. - This is a huge tip. - So when you're applying online and you know, - applied to 20 jobs online, - you just throw your resume out there on the monster. - CareerBuilder, - whatever. - Um and you're not hearing back. - Take that as feedback. - Take that as well. - Maybe you're not doing enough. - Maybe you need to get up off the couch. - You have to go, - actually, - walk outside and, - you know, - go into these companies and meet them in person. - Or if you're getting interviews and your I'm not getting jobs, - call the call the company and say, - Hey, - you know, - I interviewed and I really appreciated my time on you, - giving your time for that. - Can you let me know what you know, - if you ended up hiring anyone and why wasn't I hired? - I'm trying to improve my resume and my interviewing skills. - So can you just help me out? - And I I bet most most companies would be glad to, - um, - give you some advice. - So those were just a few tips create an online presence. - It's who you know, - so get connected, - and everything is feedback. - And so use that feedback positively so use those three tips to land a job. - Last activity. - This is exploration number 59. - And it's for my favorites from the book How to Be an Explorer of the World, - which I have here. - Actually, - it's a great book. - Um, - I really urge you to get it after all these explorations. - Um, - the last explosion is how to wander aimlessly. - Steps are one pick a day and a time to pack a bag with lots of, - you know, - food and supplies. - Three. - Start heading in any direction. - Act on Lee on instinct. - So don't you think? - Oh, - McDonald's that way? - Let's go that way. - Just walk four. - Do the opposite of what you think you should. - So if you say I'm McDonald's no go the opposite way. - Five. - If you start to think you are wasting your time than you are doing it correctly and six - keep going, - pay attention to the details and lose all sense of time and place if you never been lost if - you've never wanted aimlessly, - I urged him to do so. - I know in this world where we're so busy and no one has time to just sit down and read a - book or wander. - It's hard, - Teoh, - You know, - find this time to do this, - but I urge you to do so. - It will be a great experience. - So thank you so much for being a part of this course. - I really hope you learned a lot on. - And I hope that I didn't go too fast. - I hope that I was clear. - I hope you've learned things. - And if you need any more help, - please email me or if you need advice, - as always on projects, - email me. - You can email me, - you know, - forever. - Now that you have an email, - always be willing to give you advice. - And if you have any suggestions for my course on ways to improve this course or on courses - that you think I should do, - um, - you know, - Please let me know and please review my course, - especially if you liked it. - If you didn't like it, - you can repeat it too. - But if you like my course, - please review it. - Give me five stars. - I would love that. - Um and, - uh, - no, - I just paid for her and I guess so. - Email me at Evin air dot you to me at gmail dot com If you have any comments or questions, - thank you so much again. - And I hope you had a great time in this course as much fun as I did on good luck with your - editing career. - I can't wait to see the movies and videos that you create. - Thank you so much. - Have a great life by