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Master Editing And Motion Graphic in Adobe Premiere Pro - Mega Course

teacher avatar Alan Ayoubi, Motion Graphic Designer and Photographer

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Lessons in This Class

70 Lessons (8h 51m)
    • 1. Introduction

      4:29
    • 2. **Basics of Editing Introduction

      0:33
    • 3. 1 First time opening the adobe premiere, layout, importing files and organization

      5:06
    • 4. 2 Sequence, basic editing

      16:29
    • 5. 3 Baisc Color correction, text, shapes and more

      14:48
    • 6. 4 source patching rough cut + Audio Transition

      5:28
    • 7. 5 Doing everything together

      7:08
    • 8. **Semi advanced Stuff a Beginner Need To Know

      0:25
    • 9. 1 Link Unlink, Properties

      7:13
    • 10. 2 Nest, Track Select Forward, Reveal in Folder and Project

      4:37
    • 11. 3 Speed and Slow Motion

      8:59
    • 12. 4 Stabilization

      2:39
    • 13. 5 Annoying issues you might face + Solutions

      5:40
    • 14. **Everything You Need To Know About Audio

      0:28
    • 15. 1 Using headphones and Mics + Keyframes

      5:45
    • 16. 2 Removing noise and reverbs

      3:39
    • 17. 3 Audio Syncing

      3:03
    • 18. 4 Extending audio

      4:00
    • 19. **Technical Stuff You Should Know

      0:31
    • 20. 1 4K VS HD

      5:54
    • 21. 2 Premiere render vs Media Encoder

      5:08
    • 22. 3 Codecs and Mono Render

      2:22
    • 23. 4 Shortcuts

      3:11
    • 24. **Homework Watchmaker

      0:42
    • 25. 1 Watch Making P1

      15:11
    • 26. 2 Watch Making P2

      22:37
    • 27. 3 Watch Making P3

      15:45
    • 28. 4 Watch Making P4

      13:24
    • 29. **Color Correction and Color Grading

      0:46
    • 30. 1 Some Basics of Color Correction

      4:52
    • 31. 2 Lumetri Color Basic Correction Tab

      4:44
    • 32. 3 Lumetri Color Creative Tab

      3:19
    • 33. 4 Lumetri Color Curves Tab

      5:45
    • 34. 5 Lumetri Color Color Wheel and Match Tab

      4:50
    • 35. 6 Lumetri Color HSL Secondary Tab

      6:43
    • 36. 7 Presets and Luts

      5:30
    • 37. 8 Super 8mm Film Effect

      10:02
    • 38. 9 Moody Look

      11:42
    • 39. 10 Cinematic look

      9:01
    • 40. 11 Teal & Orange Look

      3:36
    • 41. **Keyframes and Animation

      0:33
    • 42. 1 How Keyframes Work

      8:15
    • 43. 2 Possibilities with Keyframes

      15:24
    • 44. 3 Titles Animation

      17:14
    • 45. 4 Logo Animation

      21:36
    • 46. 5 Title Animation2

      17:38
    • 47. 6 Insta Story Animation Part 1

      14:30
    • 48. 7 Insta Story Animation Part 2

      7:33
    • 49. 8 Saving Templates

      4:32
    • 50. **Video Manipulation

      0:22
    • 51. 1 Before you start Getting Footages

      6:33
    • 52. 2 Adding First Mountain and WaterFall

      13:29
    • 53. 3 Adding Second and Third Mountain

      7:16
    • 54. 4 Adding, Clouds, Fog, Finalizing the artwork

      17:05
    • 55. **How To Make Your Own Transitions

      0:18
    • 56. 1 Swipe transition

      11:16
    • 57. 2 Zoom Transition

      8:18
    • 58. 3 Glitch transition

      4:35
    • 59. 4 Mask Transition

      7:52
    • 60. Video Editing with Sound Effects

      1:02
    • 61. 1 Video Editing With Sound Effects Part 1

      12:35
    • 62. 2 Video Editing With Sound Effects Part 2

      17:42
    • 63. 3 Video Editing With Sound Effects Part 3

      13:51
    • 64. 4 Video Editing With Sound Effects Part 4

      10:40
    • 65. 5 Video Edit With Sound Effects Part 5

      20:47
    • 66. Advanced Stuff

      0:18
    • 67. 1 Mask tracking

      3:35
    • 68. 2 Advanced keyframing

      4:31
    • 69. 3 Proxies

      2:55
    • 70. 4 Multi Camera

      2:26
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About This Class

Welcome to Adobe Premiere Mega courses. I am Alan and I will be your instructor in this course.

Like our other mega courses, this Premiere Pro  course is designed for absolute beginners and for people who want to take their skills to another level in editing and Adobe Premiere. 

This is not a course that will only show you how to do video cuts  and put music under your videos, believe it or not by the end of this course you will be able to create artworks like this and animations like this and much more lets quickly go over what we have inside the course 

First, we will start with the basics of editing. In this section, I'll show you all the tools, tips and tricks you need to edit a simple video. By the end of this section, you will be able to edit your own videos 

After that, we will cover some more advanced tools and tips for video editing.  Like video properties, masks, speed and slow motions, video stabilization and at the end will cover some of the issues you might face and how to solve them

In the audio section, we will cover everything you need to know about the audio in Adobe Premiere I will show you how to remove noise from the BG, how to use keyframes to control the audio, audio syncing and more 

Then will cover some technical stuff, like HD vs 4k, video codecs, how to render with Adobe media encoder and much more. 

At the end of the basic part, we will use all we have learned to create a beautiful ad video for a watchmaker

When you finish the basic part of the course you will have a full understanding of video editing in Adobe premiere and you will be able to edit your own videos. And you will be ready to move to the advanced part of the course 

We will start with colour correction and colour grading, in this section, we will cover the details of the Lumetri colour in adobe premiere and how to use it properly. I will show you how to use Luts and make your Luts and presets. Then I will show how to achieve some of the most popular videos looks like Moody look, cinematic look, Super 8mm film effect, and teal and orange look

In the Keyframes and Animation Section, I am going to show you how to use keyframes and do animation inside adobe premiere. And together we are going to create some mind-blowing animations only using adobe premiere, we will make a logo animation, two title animations, and an Instagram story animation. In the end, I will show you how to use graphic templates and how to create your own templates and that you can sell online 

In the video manipulation section, we are going to use adobe premiere to make some mind-blowing graphic arts, using videos and PNG. I will show you step by step how to create an outstanding artwork.

In the transitions section, I will show you how to create some of the most used transitions inside adobe premiere, like zoom, swipe, glitch and mask transitions 

After the transitions, we are going to create a video and we will use sound design and some transitions to make it stand out. 

In the end, I will show you some of the more advanced stuff in adobe premiere like 

Advanced time remapping, Mask Tracking, working with two cameras and working with Proxies. 

If you are someone who wants to get a job in video editing or you are someone who wants to add this skill to your skillset, this course is for you.

Now let’s together start with the course. See you inside the class

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Alan Ayoubi

Motion Graphic Designer and Photographer

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Hi, I am Alan a motion graphic designer and a photographer with  11 years of experience. I have worked for many international Organizations and TV stations. During my work, I have learnt a lot from my mistakes and experiences.

Today I have more than 100K followers online, who learn from my online teaching and use my products in their creative project.

Here in Skillshare, I am going to share my knowledge with you. I will teach you from the basic level to professional.

 

Enjoy every course, watch carefully and please always contact me I am happy to help you in person.

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1. Introduction: Hi everyone. Welcome to Adobe Premiere Mega course. I'm Alan, a motion graphic designer, photographer, and videographer for more than 12 years, and I will be your instructor in this course. This course, like all our other courses, is designed to take you from an absolute beginner to advanced levels in Adobe Premiere and editing. This is not a course that will only show you how to cut videos and put music under them. Believe it or not, by the end of this course, you will be able to create artworks like this and animations like this. Let's together see what we have inside this course. First, we'll start with the basics of editing. In this section, I will show you all the tips and tricks, and tools that you need to edit a sample video. By the end of this section, you will be able to edit your own videos. After that, we will cover some advanced tools, tips, and tricks for video editing that a beginner should know like video properties, masks, speed and slow motion, video stabilization and at the end, we will cover some of the issues that you might face and how to solve them. In the audio section, you will cover everything that you need to know about the audio in Adobe Premiere. I will show you how to remove noise from the background, how to use keyframes to control the audio and audio syncing, and much more. After that, we will cover some technical staff like HD vs 4k, video codecs, how to render video with Adobe Media Encoder, and a lot more. After you've finished all of the basic sections, you'll be ready to create your own videos and together, we are going to use what we have learned to create a video ad for a watchmaker company. After you've finished all of the basic sections, we are going to start with the advanced sections, and we will start with the color correction and color grading. In this section, we are going to cover all of the details of Lumetri Color in Adobe Premiere and how to use it properly. I will show you how to use LUTs and make your own LUTs and presets. Then I'll show you how to achieve some of the most popular video looks like moody look, cinematic look, super eight-millimeter film effect, and teal and orange look. In the Keyframes and Animation Section, I'm going to show you how to use keyframes and do animation inside Adobe Premiere. Together we are going to create some mind-blowing animation only using Adobe Premiere. We will make a logo animation, two title animation, and an Instagram story animation. At the end, I will show you how to use graphic templates and how to create your own templates that you can sell online. In the video montage section, we are going to use Adobe Premiere to make some mind-blowing graphic arts using videos and PNGs. I will show you step-by-step how to create this artwork. After that, we will move to the transition section. In this section, I will show you how to create some of the most popular transitions inside Adobe Premiere, like zoom transition, swift transition, glitch transition, and mask transition. After the transition section, we are going to create a video and we will use sound design and some of the transition to make it stand out. We will be creating this video. At the end of the course, we are going to cover some of the advanced stuff in Adobe Premiere. Things like advanced time remapping, mask tracking, working with two cameras, and working with proxies. If you're someone who wants to get a job in video editing, or you are someone who wants to add this skill to your skill set this course is for you. Now, let's together start with our course. See you inside the class. 2. **Basics of Editing Introduction : Hi everyone, welcome to the first section of the course, and we are going to cover the basics of editing. We are going to open Adobe Premiere for the first time. I'm going to teach you about the layout and how to import your files and then we're going to work with the sequence and basics of editing. We are going to cover basics of color correction, text, shapes, and more. We will cover source patching and rough cutting as well. By the end of this session, you'll be able to edit your own videos. Let's start with our first section. 3. 1 First time opening the adobe premiere, layout, importing files and organization: Hi everyone, welcome back. This is the first lesson, and we are going to open Adobe Premiere for the first time. When you first open Adobe Premiere, you will have something like this. You have new project, open a project, and you have some recent projects. Everything else, you don't need to touch it, just click on the New Project. Over here, you will have this window. Let me close my browser for now. Right Right you can rename your project. Name it anything that you want. I'm going to name it basics. Here you are going to choose a place that you want to save your project. I'm going to choose a place. Let's save it over here. Everything else, don't touch it. You don't need to touch anything for now. Click on the Okay, and you will have Adobe Premiere open. First time when you are opening the Adobe Premiere, you will have a layout like this. This is a default layout for editing. We have more layouts. If you go to the Window Workspace, we have over here and also you have them over here. You can change it anytime that you want. But for our course, you are going to use editing and effects. You are going to use only this one. Of course, you can change your layout, customize it the way that you want, and if for any reason you didn't like the layout that you edited, you can go to the Window Workspace and reset to saved layout. Like this, it will reset the layout. You can create your own layout if you want. You can add more elements. For example, I added essential graphic. Then I'll go to the window workspace and then save as a new workspace. I will name it Alan, and save it. Now I can move between them. Now we have another or a new layout or workspace which is called Alan. I can make more changes, for example, like this and then go to the window workspace and then save it, or I can just reset it to the saved layout just like this. We can easily go between the layouts or workspaces over here. As you can see, we still have essential graphic on editing. We want it only on Alan. That's why I'm going to the workspace and reset the layout for the editing. Now we have the default editing layout and we have Alan as well that has the essential graphics. To start editing, I'll show you everything about Adobe Premiere, we need to import some videos. This is the place where we import videos. You can import them in many different ways. You can just drag your videos. By the way, you can find these videos in the resource folder. We just drag and drop our video inside Adobe Premiere. We can double-click over here as well and import any video that we want. I will just go to our folder again. Sorry, I have a messy computer. Sorry. It's over here. We're going to bring maybe one or two just like this. You can also go to the file and import videos that you want. I'll bring the two that we had left, this one, press on the Shift and you can bring more than one if you want. We have all of the videos. Your videos may not show like this. You can change it over here. You can change it from list view to the icon view. I the icon view, you can just hover over the video and see what is inside it. I prefer to use the list view. You can also arrange your assets by putting them in folders. You can create a folder and put your videos inside it, and also a folder for music, a folder for graphics. Basically, you can create folders for every assets that you have. I'm just going to select all of these videos and just drag them and drop them inside the folder like this. Now we have a folder for the video. Let me remove this one. You can actually drag the whole folder inside Adobe Premiere. Just drag it and drop it over here. Like this, we brought everything that is inside the folder. You can then arrange these folders. For example, I can put the music in a new folder. I will just select this folder and create another folder inside it. We are going to name this one music. Then if you want to move this out of the video folder, just click on it and move it to the left side like this. You can also move this one inside music if you want just like this, and then move it to the left side to take it out or to move it out. Now let me move this music inside the music folder, and like this, we will end our lesson. Hope you enjoyed and learned something new. In the next lesson, you are going to create our first sequence. See you there. Bye bye. 4. 2 Sequence, basic editing : Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, you are going to create our first sequence. We can create a sequence in many different ways. You can right-click on any video and then new sequence from clip. This is the way that I go with if I want my sequence to be the same settings as the video. This area is the sequence and it is the place that all the editing go on. Now we have our video inside the sequence and you can move this closer to see your video or to go through your video. You can also press on the plus or minus on the keyboard to zoom in and zoom out inside the sequence area and inside the sequence, we have these video tracks and audio tracks. Anything that we put inside our sequence, it's either audio or video or both of them. In this case, this video has the audio, so we have both of them. Now if I use the selection tool, I can select this video and move it inside the sequence. By the way, this is the beginning of the sequence. You always have to have your first video at the beginning. You can create a sequence from this area as well, just click on the icon and create a new sequence. You will have this window. What I do, I always go to, just let me close this one. I use this one, open it, you have all of the settings or all of the video size that you want to create. In this case, I want to create a full HD 25 frames. I'll just open this one and let's choose one of this. This are all of the settings of the video, press "Okay" and like this, we created a new sequence. By the way, you can just double-click or click on it to rename it to anything that you want. Or just right-click and rename. Let me remove this one, and let's rename this one to Adobe XD. Right-click and rename, by the way and then you're going to make it Adobe XD Intro. Now let's go and explore more about the sequence area. As we said, you will move this closer to see what is inside your video. You can add new videos to your sequence by just dragging them from the media area to the sequence, just like this. As you can see here, we are only bringing the audio. This is because we have selected only audio over here from the source patching, let me remove this one and you are going to enable the video as well. Now we have both of them. If you bring anything else, now, it will bring both of them. Now let's bring the video. Now we have both of the video and audio coming inside the sequence. When you're dragging your media before releasing the click, you can choose which track you want to put your media inside. I want it to be inside these two tracks. If I remove it and now remove the audio from the source patching, I will only bring the video without any audio. If you ever face any issues like this, make sure that you select both of these source patching. This source patching they appear only when you click on the videos or the media's. As you can see, we click on the folder. It doesn't appear, but only when we click on the videos or any other media it will appear. On the sequence, we don't have them as you can see, there is no source patching. On the music, we'll only have the audio one. On the videos that have the audio and video, we have both of them. You can click anywhere in the video and the cursor will come there and you can just click on the cursor and drag it to see the video. You can also press on the space to play your video. Hi everyone, welcome. If you want to cut our video to do our first editing, you will just move the cursors to the area that you want to cut. For example, you want to cut it from here. I will go and use this razor tool, use it, and now we can cut our video. Then you can click on the selection tool and then select this one and remove it. You can press on the delete on the keyboard to remove it. Now I will move the cursor to the other side, right here without playing the video, I know where to cut because I'm seeing the wave of the audio and I know where I stop. You can make this bigger to see it better by just expanding the track like this. Now we can see the audio better or the audio wave better. You can do the same with the video as well. As we mentioned before, this is the audio tracks and above one are videos. Now I'll move my cursor over here because I know it stops here. I will just use the razor tool. Here you can use a shortcut C key for the razor tool and V for the selection tool. These two, you're going to use them a lot. I'm going to use C to cut it from here and I'm going to press on the V, select this and delete. Now we have our video, cut it and I'm going to move it to the beginning because I want it to start from the beginning of the sequence. I'm going to move it just like this. Now let's go through the video and see how it looks. You can just drag the cursor like this over your video, or you can just press on this space and play the whole video to see if you have cut the right place of the video or the right part of the video. Now let's drag and drop a new video to our sequence. To continue editing our intro, I will just move them over these tracks and press on the space to play it. Before we jump into the details of this course. We want to cut the video from this area. I'll move the cursor over there. Press on the C for their razor tool, cut it, press on the V for the selection tool and remove it. Now you can select the gap as well. If you just click on it, you'll have something like this and you can remove it, or you can just right-click and ripple delete like this. It will snap the other video to the first video. Now I'll show you another way of cutting the video, it's actually shortening the video, not cutting. Just move the mouse to the end of the video, you will have this icon with the left and right direction. We are going to use the left direction and trim the video and by the way, we never remove the video completely. We just remove it from our editing area. You can always bring it back if you want, just like this, for example, we remove this, but we can bring it back if you want. I just press on the Command or Control Z to undo it and now we have our two video inside the sequence. Let's play it and see. The details of this course, I just want to quickly tell you what Adobe XD is used for. We are good like this. We can easily duplicate the videos that you have inside our sequence. You just need to select it, Control + C and Control + V to paste them. So let's Control + C and Control + V. When we paste them, they'll be in the same track because we have these tracks selected. For example, if I select different tracks, for example, I will select this track and this track. Now if I copy and paste, now they will be in the tracks that are selected. If we deselect everything, which I recommend always. Let me remove this one and I will move this video to this track and now copy and paste, they will be pasted in the same track. If you don't have anything selected, it will be pasted in the same track as you can see, just like this. That's why I always recommend not to select any track so whenever you want to copy and paste anything, they will be pasted in the same track. If you want to paste it in a specific track, then you can select that track. Of course, you're going to select both of the video and audio track. Something else, as you see, you can have more than one video on top of each other, just like layers and sometimes this can get a bit confusing, especially if your area of the sequence is more like this. With the scroll of the mouse, you can move them like this, and sometimes you can lose them and you don't know where they're going. Scroll down with the mouse or with the track pad, you can find your tracks again. Or if you have a bigger screen, make sure that your sequence area is big enough so you don't face this issue. But if you face it, you can just scroll down and up, on the track, you will find it. I just removed that copy. Now you're going to use some transitions. We need a transition between these two videos. To be honest, for this actual video, we don't need any transitions but I'm going to show you how to use transitions if you ever want to use them, especially the cross dissolve. In the Effect tab that we have over this area, go to the video Transitions. We have a lot of types of transitions, but you are going to go to the Video Transitions, which is over here, and then go to the Dissolve and this is the Cross Dissolve. It's a default one, as you can see, it's in blue. You can also search for it if you want to, just try dissolve and you will have it over here. I will just drag and drop it on my video like this and just like this, we've created our first transition. You can make the transition shorter, you just click on the transition like this, then move the mouse on the one end and make it smaller like this. This transition works the best when you have two videos that you have cut them, they have a bit of the area to be blended together. If I remove this and let me move this to the side and bring back what you have cut so you have nothing left from the video. This is the end of the video or the beginning of the video. When you put transition on it, we can not put it on both of them, it will only go to the one that start from the beginning, which is this one. Keep this in mind if you have two videos that doesn't have anything cut from them, for example, we have the end of one and the beginning of the other one, you cannot put a transition on them. It has to have something cut from them to be able to put that transition in it. You can try it yourself and you'll understand what I mean. I just brought back our transition and we're going to put another transition which is dip black to the end. We usually use these transitions in the end of the dip black and if you want, you can put a transition at the beginning as well, maybe a dip white or dip black again but I don't recommend using transition at the beginning. For my case, I'm not going to use this transition actually, I will just remove it. Let's select and remove. Now you know how to use the transitions. The next thing that we're going to do is to add another audio to our sequence or to our project. I will just remove this transition as well. Now, let's go to the media panel, which is this one and I'm going to bring our audio, the music, just drag it and drop it on the track that you want. We will play it on this track. Let's make it bigger and I'm going to cut it from here, now I'll use C, press on the C for the razor tool and cut it, then press on the V and delete it. Now, move it to the beginning. Now you will make this track wider so we can see this line. With this line, you are going to play with the gain of the audio or the loudness of the audio. This line will not be appeared if the track is very small or it's very narrow like this. You need to make it wider or bigger like this. You will see this line. Now you can click on the line and bring it down. You will see that you are bringing down the dB's, the audio level, and now we have a lower audio in the background. There is another way that you can play with the audio levels. If we just undo this, I will Control + Z or Command + Z and if you right-click on it, you can go to the audio gain. Over here, you can increase or decrease the audio gain, which will increase or decrease the audio level. As you can see, the line is not moving, but the levels are coming down. It means that you are lowering the audio. Just like this, we can lower the audio. You can also play with the line again and combine both of these together to lower the audio or make the audio louder. You can also add some points. I don't know what to call them, actually, we can call them keys. Press on the Command and click on the line. You will add a key like this. Now we can move one of the keys down like this so we can play with the audio as we want. We can make some areas louder than others, some areas lower. For example, I want the audio to be down when I talk and when I don't talk or when I show something without talking, I want the audio to come up. This is very useful for this case and also you can make the transitions at the end. For example, when I end my talking and the logo comes in, I want the audio to be loud. I will just make two keys and move one of them up like this. By the way, you always need to make more than one key to play with the levels because one key will not do anything, but when you create two keys, you can move one of them up or down to make a variation in the audio. One last thing that I forgot to mention is the loudness of the audio, how loud it should be. It should be between six and 12 always, this is the normal loudness and the standard one. Let me remove the music and see the audio. In this case, our audio is okay, it is between 12 and six, but if it is not there, you can play with the audio level. You can move this line up and down to make the audio right, between six and 12 or you can use the grain, you can just right-click and play with the grain to make it right. For example, for the other part, I'm going to select it and we are going to use the gain. Just right-click and go to the Audio Gain. Over here, as we said, we can increase the audio if we want, I brought it down a lot. There is another way that you can do it automatically. Go to the Window and open the Essential Sound. Over here, go to the Dialogue, just click on your video and go to the Dialogue and here we have something called, in the Loudness, it's called Auto-Match. Click on it and it's going to automatically fix your audio, but it's not always right. It's not going to always make the audio hit the levels between six and 12, but it's good to level up all of your videos together. Okay, guys, this will be the end of this lesson. Hope you enjoyed and learned something new. By the way, these were some basics of editing. Now it's your time to go ahead and re-edit the video, do everything that we did in this video so you can understand things better. I'll see you in the next lesson. Bye-bye. 5. 3 Baisc Color correction, text, shapes and more : Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson you're going to cover color correction, text, shapes and more. We want to color correct this video, and what you're going to do if you want to do that. By the way, this will be a very basic color correction. We will have a full section about color correction and color grading. Now we are going to change our workspace to effects, so we have all of these windows. We are going to work with the Lumetri color. With the Lumetri color, make sure that you select your video and over here we can change or color correct our video. We are going to work with the basic color correction. The rest, you are going to cover it in another section. For now, the only thing that you're going to play with are these settings; the exposure, contrast, highlight, shadows, whites, blacks, and also temperature and tint. We're going to play with these settings just to make sure that we get something that we like. If you go to their Effects Control panel, you will see this Lumetri color is added to this video. You can control it over there as well. If I click on this arrows, I'll go to the Effect Control. If you don't have Effect Control open, you can go to the window and open it. As you can see, we have Lumetri color over here, and we have all of the controls that we had in the other Lumetri color area. But I prefer to use this area actually, I'm going to change the temperature and tint. I'll keep it like this. Now if you want to add the same effect to the other video, all you have to do is to copy this effect, select on this video, come to the control or Effect Control, if you don't have it, enable it from the window, and then for the Lumetri color, I will just Control C and Control V over this video. Now we have the same effect on both videos. However, there is another way that you can apply the same effect to different videos. Let me remove this Lumetri color from this one as well. I'll come over here and make a new adjustment layer. Press "Okay," you will have it over here. Just drag it and drop it over your videos like this. Make sure it's covering all of the videos. Now you're going to paste the Lumetri color on it. I already copied the Lumetri color, I will just paste it. Now we have Lumetri color and we have the same color on all of the videos that we have. With this icon, you can hide and show a layer, just like this. Also we have some icons for the sound. We can mute a sound or a voice, and we can solo it as well. If you want to show only one sound, you can solo it, or if you want to mute one sound, you can mute it. Now let's move to the text. Click on the T and right over here, click on the screen. You can write, as you can see, we have a new track inside our sequence. We can write anything over here, I will write Alan Ayoubi, and then go to the Essential Graphic and make sure that you're in the edit over here. Then you have all of the settings for the text. We can change the font. I'll make it Roboto. We can change the size and everything else about the text settings. You can go ahead and play with all of these settings if you want. Over here, we can change the color of the text. We can add a stroke to our text. Let me change the color of the stroke, and then I'll choose the Selection tool and move the text over here so we can see it better. Let me increase the size of the stroke. I disable it. Now we can add a background to our text as well. You can increase the opacity or decrease it like this. You can change the background if you want to, and you can change the size of the background as well, just like this. You can also play with the size like this. You can scale it up and down. We can move it around. I will move it over here, change the background, something like this. Then I'll change it to bold, and I will add a transition to it. I will go to the effects because you are on the effects, the workspace, that's why the effects are here. Now, I'm going to search for the dissolve, cross dissolve. We can drag this over here, or we can use a shortcut which is Control D. We will add cross dissolve to the end and the beginning at once. I will fix my name on one of these areas. You can move it to anywhere that you want, the name or any text that you want to appear, just move it like this. By the way, you can see these effects that you can see in the Essential Graphics, you can see it in the effects panel as well in the Control Panel, but it's always better to control them over the Essential Graphics area. You can add shadow to your text as well, just like this. Let's change the color to black, and I will disable the background so we can see the shadow better. Let's move to somewhere that we can see it better. I will move it to somewhere white so we can see the shadow better. Or we can just put it over here as well. This is how you add a shadow to your text and all of the settings. You can go ahead and play with all of the settings to see what each of them is doing. Just practice with it. Now let's move to the Pen tool and Shape tool. If you click and hold, you will see the Rectangle tool and Ellipse tool as well, and you have the Pen tool. With the Pen tool, you can draw any shape that you want, just like you do in Photoshop and other Adobe programs. As you can see, our shape is in the same track that we have the text on, and it's the same layer. I don't know to call it layer or anything else, but they are in the same thing. Over here we have all of the settings, as you can see, we have shape and the text, both of them, they are in the same track. You can over here change the color of the shape and you can add the stroke, you can change the opacity, and all of the transform controls are over here, just like the one that we have heard the text. You can add the stroke, you can add shadows, and we have the mask with shape as well. This works with the two shapes. Now if I create another shape on this layer, let's create another shape. I'll move this over here. Let's make it a bit smaller. I will create a rectangle like this, so you have this rectangle in the same layer. I will move it over here. I will rename it square because it's square not rectangle. Make sure it's above this shape, and then for the square, we are going to enable mask with shape. Now the blue shape is appearing inside the square, but we remove the text as well. We need to move the text above everything. Anything below this square shape will be effected by the mask. I'm going to remove these shapes. Remove the square. I will just click on it over here in the Essential Graphics and delete. I will do with this one as well. Just like it over here and remove it. If you want to create a text and the background separately, I can create a shape like this and then put a text above it. We still have the background on this text. I'm going to remove it. Let's move it over here, remove the background. Like this, you can create the text and the background separately. This is good when you do some animations, which we'll cover in the coming sections. But just to show you that you have this option as well, and you have all of the layers over here. Let me remove this. You can create shape, text, and other stuff over here as well, as you can see. I'm going to remove everything, and when this layer is selected I will choose the text tool and write my name again over here, and I will enable the background again. Then I'll make it smaller and move it over here. Now we have animation of the transition on this layer. Anything that you create on this layer will have the same thing or it will have the same transition. For example, if you want to create another text. Let me create another text, for example, I will write Adobe XD. As you can see, this text is on the same layer, and it has the same transitions on it. If you create anything, like we have these shapes, all of these are in the same layer and they have the same transition. If you want to separate them, for example, I duplicated them and move it over it. Now let's go to the Effect Control for this one. As you can see, it's on but it doesn't show you have to deselect and select it again to show the effects. This might happen to you sometimes. Now I will move the position of them like this. Now you'll see that you have two separate layers. Let me remove this one, and I'm going to remove the text XD course as well on this layer, just click on it and remove it. Let me remove it over here, and I will remove the rectangle as well. Now I want XD to be on the another layer, not on this layer that we have Alan Ayoubi. I can do in two ways. I can duplicate this, like this, and then I'm going to change my name. I will change this one to Adobe XD course, and then move the layer like this, so my name will go and Adobe XD will come. Let's make this shorter is a bit too long. I move this over here. You can do an animation like this, you can also move your cursor to an empty area and write your text or draw your shape, it will automatically create a new layer for you. This is a way to have different element on different layers, so you can arrange them in your sequence. In the coming sections, I will show you how to animate different elements in the same layer. For example, you have a text, you have a shape, you have many things in one layer and you want to animate them. I'm going to show you later, this is the basic things now. Now if you go to the place that we create a sequence and adjustment layer, we have more stuff. You can create countdowns if you want to, or off line files. I will show you all of them now. Let's create a countdown now, a universal countdown, we already created an adjustment layer. This time you'll create a countdown. If you want to create a countdown for your video, you can create it like this. You can change the colors if you want, by the way, but I will keep it the same colors. Now bring it in your timeline, now we have a countdown like this, it starts from eight. This is one thing that you can get benefit from it. Let me remove this one, I'll just delete it. Now we have the bars and tones. This is when you want to block a speech or something on your video, you can put this. You know this is very common, people use it a lot. What else we have? We have the black video, this is just a black video. If you need something black you can use this one. We have HD bars and tones, it's the same as the other one, but it's HD. It's a new version. Let me remove this. We have the color matte, this is like a solid color. You will just choose any color and it will create a solid for you. It's like a photo, just like this, you can put it on your video if you need it. Let me remove this one and then we have the transparent video. I'm not sure why you are going to use this one, but it's just a transparent video. It's a layer that has nothing on it. I personally don't use this one, but I'm not sure. Maybe in future or any one of your projects you will need something like this, and it's here. I'm sure it's used for something that's why it's there. But I've never used it because I've never needed it. Before I finish this video, I want to make some things clear for you. For example, this layer on this truck, you can create more than one layer, as we already mentioned, for example, you can create different shapes and different texts in the same layer. If you want to create your text or the shape on a different layer, just move your cursor in an empty area, just like this, and create your shape. Now Adobe Premiere will automatically create a new layer for you, so you can create more layer on that one. Guys, this will be the end of this lesson, hope you enjoyed and learned something new. Now it's time for you to go and practice whatever you learned in this lesson. I'll see you in the next one. Bye-bye. 6. 4 source patching rough cut + Audio Transition: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, I will show you how to do the rough cutting from their source window. We have these two, they may be confusing for you. This one is a preview video for everything that we edit and it will be the final product. This one is a preview of individual videos that you want to rough cut. If you double-click on any video, you will have this one in the source window. Sorry, I will just clear out the in and out. Now we can go through our video and cut any part that we want from the video and put it on our timeline or sequence. For example, I'm going to play it over here. I'm going to set the starting point with this one. I want the endpoint to be somewhere around maybe here, just click on this one. Then you can just drag, click on the video, drag, and drop it inside the sequence. Just like this, we've added this part of the video, not all of it, but the part that we just marked in the source window. You can use this Icon to insert your video or to overwrite your video inside the sequence. You can use comma shortcut on the keyboard to overwrite. We say overwrite because just see if I put it over here, it will overwrite the existing video. As you can see, it has been overwritten and the other one is removed. The other Icon is Insert. The Insert will not remove the existing video, but it will go between them to just make a position for itself and it will be there. This is the difference between the overwrite and Insert. With these two Icons, you can bring only the video like this, or you can only bring the audio just like this. Let me bring both of the audio and video. We're going to put it over here. Let's play and see. I need to cut a bit over the beginning of this one and end of this one. Let's remove the gap. One thing that I forgot to mention about the quality of the video now it's half, you can make it four if you have a good computer. But if your video is not playing, make it half or quarter. Also the safe margins. If you click on this Icon, you'll see all of these options you can enable and disable the safe margins. Safe margins are very important. It means that it will show in all of the screens, like any screens that you play, anything that inside the safe margins will be visible. Make sure that you put everything, for example, subtitles, graphics, and also the video itself to make sure that everything is visible on all of the screens and make sure that everything is inside the safe margin. Now let's go to the effects and we're going to cover the audio transitions. Audio transitions are something that I don't use it, to be honest, but I'm going to show you if in case you want to use it. For example, I'm going to use a transition between these two videos or two audios that we have over here. The transition that you are going to use is this one. It's called constant power by the way. Let me just cut a bit more of this video. Let's put the transition again. When I put the transition, I don't see any change in it. I don't use it actually, but these transitions are good for the beginning and the end. You'll have a nice fade-in and fade-out of your audio. In this case, as you can see, I'm trying to make this work, but it doesn't work. You will need to play with some of the settings, but audio transitions, I personally don't use them, but you can use them for the beginning and the end of the audio. For example, I will bring our music. Let me bring the music. Put it here, oh, sorry. Let's cut it from here. We're going to give a transition to the end and the beginning as well. Let's bring down the audio a bit. You already know how to do that. I'm going to put this transition at the end. As you can see, you will have a very nice fade-in or fade-out actually. Now you will make some fade-in at the beginning. We will put the constant power over it. Just like this. We are going to cover ODU in more details in another section, but this is just the basics of editing. In this section, we are only covering the basics of editing. It means if you knew these things, you can start with the editing. But of course, we have a lot of other sections that will cover details of editing and make you professional editor. 7. 5 Doing everything together: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, we are going to create our video from the scratch, and we're going to use everything that you have learned in this section. The first thing we are going to bring our videos again, just drag and drop them. Then we are going to put them on the folders. By the way, I'm going to do these things quickly because I've already covered all of this. I just want to do it all over again to make it easier for you or to make you understand better. Now we put music and video in the folder, I'm going to create a sequence from this video. Now we have our sequence with our video in it. Use the plus and minus button to zoom in or zoom out. I'm going to uncheck all of the trucks. Now let's zoom in and I'm going to cut the video from here, press "C" for the eraser tool, remove it and move it to the side. I'm going to crop this as well, just like this. Now let's go to the other video, double-click on it. In the source video, I'm going to cut some of this video. We are going to start from here. This is the start point and the end point let's find it. I'm just going to play the video until I find the place that I want to cut the video or the end point. I think somewhere around here will be the end point. Let's do it and drag it inside our sequence. I'm going to cut or crop the beginning. Let's bring the other video just like this, drag and drop it inside the sequence. I'm going to make this track bigger or wider so I can see it better. Let's cut it from here. Many times I use the audio wave as a reference to know where to cut my video. It's a very helpful thing, that's why I made this truck bigger so I can see the wave better. UI UX design, we call it user interface or user experience design. Here I'm doing it wrong. I'm going to put this part instead of this one or this one actually. Let's cut it from here and cut it from here. I'll remove it and remove the gap. Let's play it. I'm going to remove this part as well because it's repeated. Now, you should know that the shortcut for the eraser tool is C. Now let's bring the last video, which will be this one. Of course you are going to cut it from here because we can see the wave. Let's move and remove the gap as well. I'm going to remove this part as well, I will just crop it like this and remove the gap. Just like our other courses, this course is designed to take you from an absolute beginner to advanced levels in Adobe XD and UI design. We are good. Crop the end. Perfect. Now we are going to bring our music. It'll be a background music. Let's make the truck bigger and bring down the audio and let's cut it from here. Press on the "C" for the razor tool and remove this part. But I made a mistake, I need to move this to the beginning. I'm going to extend this to the end. As we said, you never remove anything from your editings permanently, they are only removed from the editing or from the sequence. If you want to bring them back, you can always bring them back. Perfect. Now, let's add a text. I'm going to write Alan Ayoub. We are going to change the workspace to effect so we can edit our text in the essential graphics. Go to the edit. Over here we have these settings. I can change the size and opacity and position as well with the transform controls that we have over here. I'll zoom in a bit and let's move it over here. Then I will add the transitions. Press on the "Control D" for the cross dissolve transition, it will be added to the beginning and the end. Now we have that as well. I will go ahead and add more transitions. There will be deep black and deep white in the beginning and the end of the video. I'll go to the video transitions. We have all of these video effects, they're a lot, I'm not going to cover all of them. We are going to go through video transitions. This is the basic section, so we're going to add deep to black, to the end of the video. For the beginning, we are not going to add anything, but maybe between the videos, I'm going to add some cross dissolve. Again, I want to mention that I personally don't use these cross dissolve between my takes, especially if it's an intro like this, because it doesn't look nice actually, but this is only for the education purpose. I will show you how to use these cross dissolves if you want to use it or if in case you have a video that you really need something like this. Now I'm going to use some transitions for the audio as well. We have constant power at the end and maybe at the beginning as well. I think we have prepared our intro. The next thing you are going to do is to export our video. This will be the first time that you are going to export any video from the Adobe Premiere. First thing make sure that the sequence is selected then go to the file, export media. Then over here, use H264. Preset should be the first one, match the source hybrid rate. Then you will click over here to choose the place that you want to save your video. It can be anywhere and you can write the name as well. I will write the first example and then export. Wait for it till it exports. Here our first example video. You just open it and this is our product. Right now you created your first edit and this is amazing. There's much, much more about Adobe Premiere that I'm going to teach you, but I just wanted, in this section, the basics of editing. In the coming sections, I will make you a very professional editor. Stay tuned and watch all of the sections. I'll see you in the next section. Bye. 8. **Semi advanced Stuff a Beginner Need To Know: Hi everyone. Welcome back to this new section. In this section, you are going to cover some stuff that a beginner should know. We're going to cover, Nest, Track Select Forward, Avail in the folder in the project. We are going to cover stabilization, speed, and slow motion, video properties. At the end, I will show you some of the issues that you may face and how to solve them. 9. 1 Link Unlink, Properties : Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, you are going to cover the link, unlink, and also some of the properties that you need to know. We have this video and you can find it in the resource folder. We are going to use it as an example. I'll just move it to the sequence side to make a new sequence. You can create a sequence like this as well, by the way, and you are going to use this video. This is a video, both of the audio and video are connected to each other. We want to separate them. Just to show you more, I'm going to move this around. As you can see, they are connected. Even if we cut them, I'll press "C" and cut them. Now if you move them around, they are still connected to each other, but you actually can unlink them by right-clicking on them. I select this one, right-click. Sometimes this menu may not appear for you. This is because maybe you are zoomed out a lot like this or you forgot to select the layer itself. That's why you will have another menu which is this one. Make sure that you're zoomed in and select the layer, so you have this long menu. Now you will just right-click on it. You will have this menu. Then you are going to click on "Unlink." Like this, we separated audio and video. Now both of them are separated and we can move them individually like this. Of course, you can link them together again. I'll just put them on top of each other. Select both of them. Then right-click again. Make sure you select both of them. Right-click and link this time, now they're unlinked. This is how you link and unlink audio and video together. Okay, now let's move to the properties. Each element, whether it's video, photo, or audio. When you put inside the sequence, they will have some properties, which are these properties. They are in there, the effect control. We have position, scale and then we have rotation. We're going to rotate our element or our video or photo. We have anchor point. It works like position somehow and then we have anti- flicker filter. This is if you have a flicker in your video. What is Flicker? Let me go over to YouTube and I will show you what is Flicker. In this video, if you play it, as you can see, this light turning on and off. It's called the flicker. This happens because of the camera settings and also because of the source of the light. You should fix this inside the camera, but if you have a footage that has Flicker, you can somehow fix it with this filter. Then we have the opacity and masks. With a mask, we can actually mask our video or photo. By the way, I am going to cover this masking and all of these properties in details in another section, but now I just want to show you that we have these options and properties. We can basically make a mask around your video. If you have two or three videos on top of each other, you can mask some of them. For this section, I just want you to know that this exists and I want to introduce to you because you are going to use them in details in coming sections. We're going to create some cool stuff with these things that we have. You can have more than one mask on a video. Now we have two masks on them. We can invert the one if you want to. There are many things that you can do with the masks. I will remove one of them and I will go under some of the properties that we have under the mask. The first thing you can invert your mask like this. You can feather the edges like this. You can also play with the opacity and you also have the mass expansion like this. You can always play with the size over the mask. Let me remove this one and we are going to use Pentel this time to create a mask. You can mask specific things in your scene just like this. For example, the head of this lady and you can play with the feather over here as well. It's the same thing. Let me remove this one and I'll create another mask around this lady. This mask works same as the masks that we have inside Photoshop and Illustrator. If you click and drag, you can make it curve like this, and just like this, you can create your mask. I'm just making a rough mask around this lady. I'm just demonstrating the mask. I'm not trying to make anything perfect. This is how mask works. We have another thing under the opacity, which is the blending mode. Let me remove the mask first and you're going to play with these blending modes. I will just remove this mask. Then for blending mode, we need two videos or a photo and a video on top of each other. I'm going to move this one above this video. Let me move this just like this. We have two videos on top of each other and now we can play with the opacity like this. Now, these two videos are blended with each other. With these settings, you can easily create a very nice double exposure effect. By the way, always make sure that you click on your layer or your video to show the settings now they are not there. If you click on it, they will appear. Sometimes even if you click on it, they will not appear, so make sure that you deselect and select it again to show the effects. Now, as you can see, I'm just testing some of the blending modes. This makes the double exposure effect nicer. You're not going to try to create any double exposure or nice double exposure effects, but I'm just demonstrating for you and I'm showing you how to use this effect. Okay, and the last settings that we have, their volume and audio effects. These are not very important. We are not going to cover them. We will have a very specific audio section. We are going to cover everything that you need to know about the audio, so I'll keep it for now. This will be the end of this lesson. I'll see you in the next one. Bye-bye. 10. 2 Nest, Track Select Forward, Reveal in Folder and Project: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson you are going to cover some other features that you need to know. The first thing will be the truck select forward. For that I'm going to duplicate this video. I will just make a sample of a very busy timeline or sequence that you have. Because when you're actually working on editing, you will usually have a very busy sequence. A sequence that's full of videos, photos, audios, and many transitions. I will just mimic a busy timeline. I will just duplicate all of these videos over there. Just showing that we have a sequence that is full of videos and photos. It is the same one, but this is just for demonstration. Then I'll move some of the videos to different trucks, just to make it more complex. Let's keep it like this. Let's say for example, we want to put something between these two videos and I want to move everything to the right side. In this case, you would normally think of selecting them like this. But this will not work when you have a big project. For this, we have this tool which is called truck select forward. Just click on it. Now you can select everything that is in the right side of the truck that you have selected, so just like this, you can move them easily. What if you want to select everything that is in the left side of the truck that you have selected. This way you are going to use a shortcut for that. You will press Shift and A, as you can see, the direction of the arrows are moving from the left to the right. Just like this, if you press A only, it will be in the right. If you press Shift A, it'll be in the left. Just like this, you can select everything that is in the left side of the layer that you have selected. Now that's all about this tool. Now let's move to the nesting. Nesting works like pre-comp in after effect. What I'm going to do, I will press on the Command A to select everything in my sequence or Control A, and then right-click on any of the videos and then we have nest like this. We have nested everything together. We can say we pre-comp everything together, we put them all in another sequence. Now, this nested sequence has its own properties. We can play with the position scale and everything else. We are going to use this nest effect in the coming sections and you'll practice more on it. If you double-click on this nested sequence, it will open a new sequence. Basically we have created a new sequence and we put everything inside it. That nested sequence is inside this sequences. Basically it's a sequence inside a sequence. I'm going to undo this nested sequence and I will remove this. Actually I'm going to undo this. I will just [inaudible]. Now you're going to cover a reveal in the folder and in the project. Let's say you have a very complex sequence. You have too many videos, photos, audios and everything, and you want to find one of the videos inside your project. What you're going to do, you'll just select the video, right-click on it. I will zoom in to make sure that we have this list. Then you will go to reveal inside the project. It's over here. Like this, we will locate our video inside our project. You can also right-click again, and this time reveal in the folder or finder. This time it will locate your video inside the folder or the source folder in your computer. This is a very useful way if you want to find one of your files inside your computer or inside the project itself, like this you can find it easily. By the way, this menu sometimes doesn't come up. You have to zoom in and right-click so you can see this long menu. This will be the end of this lesson. I hope you enjoyed and learned something new. I'll see you in the next lesson. Make sure you practice on all of the things that you have learned in this lesson. 11. 3 Speed and Slow Motion : Hi, everyone. In this lesson, we are going to talk about the speed and slow motion in After Effect. We have these videos, you should find them in the resource folder. Before we go to the speed and slow motion, let's talk about the frame rates of the videos. As you can see, these videos have different type of frames. These are 25 frames. Let's play this one first. We have this one as well. This one is also 25 frame. This one is 30 frame per second. This one is 50 or you can say 60, they're both the same. Now, I just want to explain a bit about the frame per seconds or frame rate in the video. Depending on the camera you have, you may have different types of frame per seconds. But in this lesson, you are going to talk about the standard frame per second that are used in the Internet, on the TVs and movies. We have three main frame per seconds. The first one is 60 frame per second and in some cameras it's 50 frame per second. This is usually used for slow motion. You can use it for a normal video on the Internet as well but they look a bit fast when you watch them, so this is usually used for the slow motion. I will show you how to make it slow motion. Then we have 30 frame per second. This is a standard frame per second for the Internet use, especially YouTube and other like Facebook. The last one is 24 frame per second and the most used one. This is usually used in cinema and TVs, as well as interviews and other things. Sixty frames per seconds means we have 60 frames in one second, 30 means we have 30 frames in one second, 24 means we have 24 frames per second. Each frame has one picture inside it or we can say frame is a picture actually. We have higher frame rates, they go up to 200, 1,000 frame per second. They go really high. You can check on the Internet, on YouTube, you'll see a lot of them and they mostly are used like higher frame rates, they are used for slow motion. Let me bring this inside our sequence and this video is 50 frame per second. I'll bring one of these as well, 25 frame per second. I will show you what is the difference between them when you try to slow them down. Then we have this one, it's 30 frame per second because it was made for my cars in its own lane. Let's move this here and I'm going to slow this down, make sure it is selected then right-click and go to the Speed and Duration, over here on the speed, we are going to bring it down, we'll make it 50 and press, ''Okay.'' As expected, it's extended. I'm going to undo and move these over here and you're going to do it again, right-click, Speed and Duration and you're going to make it half, which is 50. If you play it without doing anything with our video, the video is very smooth and nice because of a higher frame rate which is 50 frame per second. Let's watch it again. Now, if you try to do the same thing with the video that is 25 frame per second, you will see that it is jittery and it's not as smooth. This is our video, it is 25 frame per second. Right-click on it. Make sure you get the long [inaudible] like this, go to the Speed and Duration and you will make it 50, and now let's play it. As you can see, the video is jittery and it's not smooth at all, there's something wrong with it. While this video is very smooth and a nice slow motion because it has a higher frame rate, and this one is not. This one will have something similar to 25 frame per second. If I try to make a 50, this one also is not nice, it is jittery just like the 25 frame per second. But we actually have an option in Adobe Premiere that we can make this one smoother, even if you have lower frame per second like this one, you can make this smooth. If you just right-click on it and go to, over here, which is called Time Interpolation, change it to optical flow, and now let's go to the beginning and let's play it. As you can see, our video is much smoother and it's a very nice slow motion. It feels like it's not 25 frame per second. It feels like it's 100 or 60 frame per second actually. We can do the same thing for the 60 frame per second to make it even smoother, go to the Time Interpolation, and make it optical flow. As you can see, we have this red line over our video, it means that it hasn't been rendered, and this may happen to you with the first video as well. We need to render it before we play, so how we render, you just press on the ''Enter or Return'' on your computer and it's going to render the video for you, so it's going to render the red area of the video for us. It's all green, it means it's all rendered and it's playing in the real-time. The green one, it means it's okay and it's playing, there is no problem with it, but whenever it's red, you need to render it. As you can see, our video is becoming much smoother, and let's do the same thing with this video as well. As you can see it turn red, it means we need to render it. How we render it, you just press ''Enter'' and it will render anything that is in red. But if you want, for example, only to render this video, you need to use IN and OUT to select only this video, and I showed you how to use IN and OUT to render only one video in your sequence or one area of your sequence, so now everything is rendered. This one is rendered as well, and it's much smoother. It doesn't show a lot because there's not a lot of motion in this video, but you can see that, it is smoother. I'm going to show you another thing, many times your video will finish while the sound or the voice-over is not, you want to extend it, you want to extend your video to match with the audio. For that I will just cut the end of the video and then right-click on it, make sure you get the longer menu, which is this one, and then look for the "Add Frame Hold", which is this one, just click on it, and you can extend this as long as you want. We have something like this. As I told you, this is very useful when you have a longer audio than the video, and I usually use this technique at the end of the video when I have more talk and the video finishes, I just hold a frame like this, and I finish my speech. I just remove that, this is how you do it. There is something similar, you can do it. You can actually take a picture. Just go to the frame that you want, for example, this one, and over here, take a picture, make sure that you use JPEG, and import it to your project. Like this, it will be imported to your project and just bring it inside your sequence, and like this, you have a picture that you can make it as long as you want. One last thing I will show you before we finish this video, which is the speed. We're going to make our video fast. Go to the Speed and Duration, instead of 50 you are going to make it 200. As you can see, we need to render it. I'll just press ''Enter'' to render, and now if we play it, we have something like this. Basically, when you want to slow or make something fast is the same thing, so you will go to Speed and Duration and play with the duration. This was the end of this lesson. Your homework is to get these videos from the resource folder and play with it. Try to do slow motion, and also speed, and also try to extend your videos. Again, I want to tell you this is only to show you that these things exist. We are going to use these in real projects in the coming sections. See you there. 12. 4 Stabilization: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this quick video, I'm going to show you how to stabilize your videos or shots. I have this shot from Norway. I took it when I was in Norway, and you can find it in the resource folder. As you can see, I have tried to make it stabilize as much as I could with my hand and to the camera, but it's still somehow is moving. With the stabilizer effect you are going to make this better. Just go to the effect and write stab or stabilizer, you will have this warp stabilizer. Just drag and drop it over the video, and you will have this blue line telling you it's analyzing in the background. Wait for it until it finishes. It shouldn't take a long time if you have a good computer, of course. Now it's stabilizing. Now our video is stabilized and you can find this stabilize effect in the effect controls, it's over here. Now let's play the video and see what is different. As you can see, we have somehow over the wobbling effect in the background. That's why the stabilizer effect doesn't work on all videos. You should try to stabilize your videos when you shoot as much as you can and this effect will help you make it better and feel better. As you can see with the stabilizer, our video is much more stabilized and it feels like it has been taken on a gimbal. Now it's disabled, and you can see that there is a bit of moving up and down but when you enable the stabilizer, you see that it crops the sides and it makes the video much more stabilized and smoother. But don't forget, this doesn't work with all of the videos and you will have a lot of issues with this effect if your video is too shaky. You can play with these settings as well in the stabilizer effect. I wouldn't play with them actually, I never did, but if you want to customize this stabilization, you can go ahead and play with these settings and see what different it will make for you. For me, I always keep it in the original settings, the settings that comes with the effect. But if you want, you can go ahead and play with them and see what will work for you. This will be the end of this lesson. Hope you enjoyed and learned something new. Now it's time for you to go ahead and try the stabilization effect. I'll see you in the next one. Bye bye. 13. 5 Annoying issues you might face + Solutions: Hi, everyone. Welcome back. In this lesson, I'm going to cover some of the issues you might face when you are starting with Adobe Premiere. The first thing is a new feature in Adobe Premiere, the new versions, which is opening more than two projects at once. For example, now we have a project open. I will open another one. Just like this, all of the sequence of the second project have opened automatically. If you go to the beginning, we have both of the projects or the sequence for both projects open. This can get confusing sometimes. Over here you have project besides the name of the project. Just right-click on it and close the project that you want to close. Like this, we have closed the other project. If you open it again, I will show you a trick that we can use. You can actually move files between two projects. We have two projects open now. This is the sequence for the first project. This is the second project. I will copy one of the files in this project to this one. Now, we have this one inside this project for this sequence, and I'm going to close the other project, which is this one. Close it. You will still have this file in our other project. This is an easy way to move files between two projects. It's very useful, but sometimes it gets confusing. This is how you are going to close it if you want to. The second issue, I've already covered this, but I'm going to talk about it again. When you have a lot of layers inside your sequence, for example, this one and your screen is small, especially the area of the sequence is small like this. Maybe your layers, the audio layers, or video layers, they will be hidden and you don't see them anymore. For that, you can use the grinding wheel on the mouse to find them again just like this. Or you can actually make the area for the sequence bigger so you don't have this issue. Many times when you are editing, you may face this very annoying issue. I don't know what to call it, but I will show you what is the issue. When you have two videos that has audio attached to them and when you are moving them around or playing with their speed, sometimes they may overlap, especially when only the video track overlaps, you will have this issue. Let me tell you what's the issue. If I move this one, now you are overlapping only the video track and we have this issue. We have cut on this video and we cannot bring it back. How to fix this, first, you need to unlink audio and video. Right-click and unlink it like this. Now, bring back the video that has been removed. Select both of them and link them again. Like this, you will fix this issue. Another issue you might face is in and out. Let me move this video over here and this one as well. While you're editing, you may accidentally press on the I and O on the keyboard. You will have this selection area which is in and out. You can just right-click over it and clear it. But this in and out can be very useful sometimes, for example, we only need to render this part. I'll just make in and out in this area, and then I will go to the File and Export. When we export it, it will only export the area that we have selected. This is the useful thing for in and out. You can easily clear it, as I told you. Right-click and clear in and out. Another issue that you may face when you start Adobe Premiere, many times you may move or delete one of your videos that is inside the project. For example, I will remove this video and you will have something like this in Adobe Premiere and offline media, and it will ask you to locate it again. Whenever you see something like this, it means you have moved your video or you have removed it. You have to fix it. In my example, I'm going to go to the trashcan again and put it back to its place. Right-click and put it back. Now, we moved it to its place again, but it's still offline. We need to do something else in Adobe Premiere. I'll go to the same file, right-click on it, and replace the footage. This has replaced the footage and go to that file. I think it's here. This is the one. Click on it. Like this, our footage has been loaded again, and if you have more than one footage that's been missing, it should automatically load them again. In the new versions of Adobe Premiere, even if you move your footage to another folder or different desk, it can find it, at least in markets like that. I'm not sure if it's the same in the windows. Hope you enjoys this lesson and learn something new. I'll see you in the next one. Bye-bye. 14. **Everything You Need To Know About Audio: Hi, everyone. Welcome back to this new section. In this section, you are going to cover everything that you need to know about audio in Adobe Premiere. I'm going to show you how to use headphones and mics, and how to use keyframes on audio tracks. I will show you how to remove noise and reverse, and then how to sync the audio. At the end, I will show you how to extend an audio track. Let's together start with this exciting section. 15. 1 Using headphones and Mics + Keyframes: Hi, everyone. Welcome back. In this lesson, we are going to show you how to use headphones and also how to use keyframes in your audio. I'm going to bring this video, the intro for XD, and we have this one. You cannot hear my voice for some reasons, my screen recorded and didn't record the audio, but I will tell you what is happening. Now I'm going to connect my headphones. I have Apple AirPods and we'll just connect them now. When you connect it in Mac, it'll automatically switch but if it doesn't switch, you'll go to the Preferences and then Audio Hardware. I think the Preferences is under Edit in the Windows. Then in the default output, you are going to change to whatever device you want. Now it is Alan's AirPods, we can make it MacBook speakers. Right now, I am hearing the voice from the speakers of the MacBook, but if I want to change it to AirPods, I'll go to Preferences and then Audio Hardware, and I'll change it to AirPods and say, Yes. Right now, I'm hearing the voice with the AirPods. When your headphones are not available or are not working, you will have a message. Right now, I'm going to disconnect my AirPods and you will see a yellow message telling me that the device or the headphones are not available. If I play it now, I will have this one, it says, "No valid audio output." You can click on this sign and you will see the whole message over here. You can clear it if you want. To fix this, you will go to the Preferences again, Audio Hardware, and change it. Now it says it doesn't work, we are going to make it MacBook speaker and say Yes. Now the audio is coming from the speakers. Just like the output, which were the speakers, we have input as well, and they are mics. Right now, I'm going to connect my headphones again, and I'm going to make my headphones input source. It means when I record something, it'll be recorded through my headphones. I'll go to the Preferences and Audio Hardware. I'm going to make the output my headphones and also the input as well. Now, the voice will come from my headphones and also it'll be recorded. Anything that I record, it will be recorded through my headphones. I'm going to go to the Hardware and then output. I will make it headphones and press Okay. The input is my headphones as well. If I record anything right now, I'm going to record something. Unfortunately, you cannot hear my voice, but I'm recording something now. As you can see, we have been recording this and the record was through my headphones. I have to tell you, my headphones are not good for recording. Let me change the output to the speakers again. Say Yes. You may face this issue. This is because the input is AirPods and the output now we are changing it to the MacBook speakers, that's why we have this issue. We need to change the input to the MacBook microphone, and now we have fixed the issue. Press Okay. Now I'm going to remove this audio that we recorded and I'm going to connect my professional mic, which is Zoom H. This is what I'm recording my course on. I will connect it and then I'll go to the Preferences, then Audio Hardware, and I will change the input to H6, which is my microphone. It's Zoom H6. I'm now recording something but you don't hear it, unfortunately. Now let me play it, and now the audio is very clean and very clear because I'm using a professional mic. It's just like the one that you hear now. Before we finish this video, I want to show the audio keyframes. I have already talked about this. If we make the audio track bigger like this, we will see this line, and with this line, we can add keyframes. If you press on the Command or Control on the Windows and click on it, you can make these keyframes, and like this, you can play with the audio. You're talking about the audio volume. When your keyframe is in the middle, it's the original sound. You can move your keyframe down to bring down the volume, or you can move them up to make the sound or the voice higher or the volume higher, actually. You can create as many keyframes as you want. This feature is very useful for any type of videos, and many times, you want to lower or raise the audio. You can do it with this one, especially with the music background, when you speak, you will lower the audio and when you don't speak, you will raise the audio. We are going to use this in real-life projects in the coming sections. For now, I just want you to know that this exist and just introduce you to it. I'll see you in the next lesson. Bye-bye. 16. 2 Removing noise and reverbs: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, I'm going to show you how to remove the background noise and also the echo. In the audio files in the project that you have in the resource folder, make sure you're on the Effects workspace and essential sounds are open. If you're going to have it, you can open it on the Windows and you are going to use this audio. You have this audio inside your project, the one that you have downloaded. We have this one, let me play it. As you can hear, this is an audio that has some of the noise in the background and we are going to remove this noise. As you can see, we have a lot of noise in the background. We are going to go to the Essential Sounds, then make sure you select your audio, then go to the dialogue over here. I'm going to collapse these menus to make things cleaner. Then we're going to go to the repair. Under the repair, we have reduced noise. If you just enable it, it will remove all of that noise or most of the noise. As you can hear, this is an audio that has some of the noise in there. As you can see, the difference is very clear. The reduced noise really removes the noise in the background. You will see the difference more when you are using your headphones. We can also increase their reduce noise. If you have a lot of noise in the background, you can increase it actually, but increasing it will make your voice like robotic voice. That's why I don't recommend to increase it. As you can here, this is an audio that has some of the noise in the background and we are going to remove this. With the headphones, you will see a clear difference. Now it's time for you to go ahead and practice with the reduced noise. But there are some audios that are unfixable actually. If you have a lot of noise, you cannot fix it like this. Now, I'm going to bring this audio that has echo. Hi everyone, this is an example of an audio that has been [inaudible] As you can see, the audio was really low. I'm going to select it, go to the dialogue and I'm going to increase the volume like this. This is another way that you can increase the volume. Now, it's much better. Now, it's time to remove the echo, which is with this reduce reverb. If you just click on it and play, it's been recorded in a place that has hard surfaces like the kitchen and also bathrooms and it has reverb and echo. As you can see, the difference is huge and with the headphones, you will see it better. Hi everyone, this is an example of an audio that has been recorded in a place that has hard surfaces like kitchen. This is how I would remove the noise that I have in the background and also the echo that I have in the background or in my audio. Now, it's time for you to go ahead and play with these audios. You have this project in the resource folder, make sure to download it and play with it. Make yourself familiar with these effects. 17. 3 Audio Syncing : Hi, everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, I will show you how to sync audio together. I have recorded this video, this one, on the camera. The voice is not very good. The recording of the voice is from the camera, is not good. For that, I have recorded the audio in the different device for a better quality. This is the audio. I'll bring it over here. Let's play. As you can see, it's much better. Now, I want to replace this audio with the one that we have on the video. We can do this manually by just putting them on top of each other and make sure that they are in the same place. I will just increase the size. You can use tell the key to make the sequence full screen. I'm going to increase the size of these tracks, and then I will manually synchronize the audios. I'll just move it under it. I'll zoom in on the track. Then you can use command with the left and right keys to move it like this. Now I think they are synchronized. Let's play. As you can see, we have synced them. Let's play again. When you finish this part, you will have full understanding of Adobe XD design mode and you will be ready to use this design. That was a manual thing, but there is a much easier way that we can synchronize audios, is an automatic way and it's a new feature added to Adobe Premiere. Let's move this over here. We're going to select both of these, then right-click, and then synchronize. Over here, make sure that you choose Audio. The track channel is number 1 because our audio is in the number 1 channel. Press "Okay". If you're just press "Okay", it will do the whole work for you. You don't need to do the manual thing. Now if you play it. When you finish this part, you will have full understanding of Adobe XD design mode. You'll be ready to use this design mode to create some professional. As you can see, it has been synced perfectly without any issue. When you record your audio and video in different devices, it's better to use something like clapping or something else. They use it in movies, which is called slate, I think. The purpose of a slate is for syncing sound. Literally, you can see the slate clicks together and then the waveform, you can see the spike, so you would match those two things up. You can either use this one or use a clap to synchronize your audio. This is how you synchronize two audios together in Adobe Premiere. It's very easy. Hope you enjoyed and learned something new. 18. 4 Extending audio: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, I will show you how to extend the audio in your videos. For example, I have this intro that doesn't have the music background. I want to add the music background to it and I want to extend my music. We have this one without music. I will just go ahead and bring my music. It's this one. You should have this one in the project already. I'm going to put it over here. Now I'm going to add some keyframes to the audio to bring it down at the beginning, so we want this to be loud and then when I talk, I want to bring down the audio. We are going to do it with a keyframe. We already covered this a couple of times. Let's keep it like this. I think I'll move this to this side. Let's move this one as well. Hi everyone, welcome to Adobe XD mega course. As you can see, the music background doesn't cover the whole video that's why you are going to extend it. But first, I'm going to adjust the audio for the music background because it's too low. As you can see, we cannot hear anything. I will just move it up a bit, I'll move this keyframe. Maybe you will make it 17 something or 18. Yeah, 18 is good. Over here, we want to extend the audio, so I'm going to duplicate this audio. I'll bring another copy out of it or you can just copy that one. I'll move it over here. I want my music to overlap like this. It's good to check your wave form and see if you have matching spikes. Now I think I have some matching spikes that's why I'm going to remove this one and keep this and then I'll add a keyframe over here and one over here and I will bring this down to 0. Then I'll bring down the whole audio for this one, and then I'll add a keyframe over here, and then one over here and bring it down like this. Together, we're going to use everything that you have learned to create this professional app. As you can see, we nicely blended both of the music. Together, we're going to use everything that we have learned to create this professional app. You can do the same thing without keyframes actually. You can use the audio transition that I covered already in the previous lessons. I'm going to remove these keyframes, just click on it and remove, "Delete" key on the keyboard, and then go to the audio effects or audio transitions and then constant fade, I will add it to this one and extend it to here. Then I'll add it to this one. You're going to extend it like this. This works same as the keyframes. This is how I extend my audios in the background. If I have a long video and a short music in the background, I extend it like this. Now it's time for you to go ahead and play what you have learned in this lesson. I will see you in the next one. Bye bye. 19. **Technical Stuff You Should Know: Hi, everyone. Welcome back. In this section, you are going to cover some of the technical stuff that you need to know. We are going to talk about the premiere render, this Media Encoder. I will show you what is the difference between the 4K and HD. Also we are going to cover some types of the codex. We will cover some of the shortcuts that you need to know and I will show you how to create your own shortcuts. There's much more to learn in this section. Let's together start with this section. 20. 1 4K VS HD : Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson you are going to talk about the sizes of the videos and how to work with them if you have different size of the videos. We have HD, SD, and we have 4K and 8K. HD basically is four times the size of the SD and 4K is four times the size of the HD, and 8K is four times the size of the 4K. If we come over here, I'm going to bring my footage. I have this footage. One of them is HD, and the two other are 4K. You can find these videos in the resource folder. By the way, you can also download them from the pexels.com. Now if you go ahead and check the size of these videos, as you can see, one of them is HD and two others are 4K. If you check the size, you'll see that it's the same size of this one. Now I'm going to create a new sequence, 4K sequence. Let me adjust the window. You can create a sequence from here. Or actually we are going to create it from here, new sequence. If you go to the left camera over here, we will have different types of 4K. We are going to use HD 4K because we want that aspect ratio, which is 60 by 9. The aspect ratio for actual 4K is not 60 by 9. Now we have created our 4K sequence. I'm going to bring one of our video. It's still asking to match to the sequence because of the frame rate, I will keep it the same. I'm not going to change it. Keep it like this. Then I'm going to bring the HD video as well. This video is matching the sequence perfectly, only the frame rate that it's not a problem for now. Now if you bring the HD, As you can see, it's much smaller. If you want this video to fit the frame, we can do this in a couple of ways. We can just scale it like this until it fits the frame. I'll make it 200. There's also an automatic way to do this. There's two ways to do it actually. You will just right-click on it, make sure that you're not right-clicking on the fx icon, and then set to frame size or scale to frame size. If you are going to use the scale over the frame size, as you can see the video scale to the frame size without changing the scale. This somehow affects the resolution. This is the way that I do recommend you to use actually. Now, if we undo it, I'm going to undo again, right-click again and then set to frame size. Set to frame size will actually scale it. As you can see, it became 200 over here. This is the way that I recommend you to use it to keep the resolution. Now I'm going to create an HD sequence and you are going to bring the 4K in it. I will show you how to do the same thing with the HD sequence and 4K footage. I'm going to use one of these or actually, let's see, this one. I'll keep the settings by the way. This is our HD video, as you can see, it is fitting the frame. But if you bring the 4K one, the 4K one is way bigger than the frame. We can just scale it down. If you double-click on it, you will see the size of the video. Let me zoom out more. As you can see, it's way bigger than the frame itself. Let me zoom in the frame again. It's too small now. We have this now we can just scale it down or we can do this automatically right-click and set to the frame size, and now the scale became 50 percent. This is how you are going to use 4K with HD in one sequence. By the way, when you go to the export, you can change the size there as well. For example, this one is 4K. I can change it to full HD. I'll just change this to 1920 and it will change the size of the sequence. You can then export it like this without changing the actual size of the sequence. Only the render will be smaller. Now I'm going to export it. I'll just put it over here and export. If you go to the exported file and check the information, we will see that it is full HD. But we have actually used a 4K sequence and in the export, we change it to full HD. This is something that is possible also that we can do. Guys, this will be the end of this lesson. Hope you enjoyed and learned something new. I know it was a bit boring, but these are some of the technical stuff that you need to know. I'll see you in the next lesson. Bye bye. 21. 2 Premiere render vs Media Encoder: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, I'm going to show you how to export your video with Adobe Premiere and also with Adobe Media Encoder. Right now we have these two sequence. If I want to render them inside Adobe Premiere, I have to do them one by one. For example, I'm going to render this one and the other one, the 4k one. You'll come to the Export Media. Over here you're going to choose the place that you want to save. Let me name it, HD1. Like this, you are going to export. While it's exporting, you cannot do anything else on Adobe Premiere. Let's render this one as well. Just like the other one, it will be rendered, but you cannot do anything else on Adobe Premiere. That's why you are going to use Adobe Media Encoder for render. I'm going to render more than one sequence at once. You will just go to the export, and then press on the Queue, like this, Adobe Media Encoder will be open, as you can see over here, it will be open. If you have Adobe Premiere, Media Encoder should be installed on your computer automatically. Like this, it will add it to the render queue. Let me remove the old one that I have here to make it more clear for you. This one also, I'll remove it. We have this one. I'm going to go to the 4K one as well, export and add it to the render queue. Like this, we can render both of them together. We can also change the location of the render, we can change the settings, the same settings that we have inside Adobe Premiere, and this one also will bring you the same properties and settings. Now all you have to do is to press on the Play button and it's going to be rendered in the background. While it's rendering, you can do other stuff on Adobe Premiere. Now I want to show something else. I want to show you how to get smaller versions of the same video. I'm going to remove these from the render queue because we are going to use it again, then I will go to the Adobe Premiere, we're going to render this in three different resolutions and sizes. We will go to the Export and you are going to make this one the highest resolution. It will be H264 and match the source with high bitrate. You're going to add it to the render queue. You're not going to change anything else. Now, Adobe Media Encoder will open. Over here, we can duplicate this instead of going, or doing the same step again, you'll just duplicate it and you're going to change the settings to medium high bitrate, then you will duplicate it again. This one will be the smallest. We will use the medium high bitrate, but you are going to change some other stuff over here. This one in the bitrate settings, you are going to use the first option, and you are going to change this from three to one. I think one is the lowest that you can use because otherwise your video will be unusable. Make it one and press "Okay". Now I'm going to rename them so we can recognize them better. All you have to do is to click on this over here and change the name. This one will be highest, this one will be medium, and this one will be low. Let's render them. If you come over here, they are rendered. I'll change the preview so you can see the sittings as you can see. This one is the highest, is 11 megabyte, and it has a very good resolution, this one is medium, the resolution is still good, and it has a lower megabytes, this one is the lowest. As you can see, the resolution is not very good, but it is usable, and it's only one megabyte. This is really good for the web as well. This is how you will create different resolutions and sizes of the videos. Guys, this will be the end of this lesson. I hope you enjoyed and learned something new. I'll see you in the next one. Bye bye. 22. 3 Codecs and Mono Render: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, we will talk about the codecs. This will be a very short lesson. If we export this video, you'll see that the codec that you are using is H.264 and this is a very popular one. It's MP4 and it works in most of the computers. We also have the QuickTime. This one is mostly used with the Mac box and Apple systems. We have a lot of other ones, but the most popular ones are these two. If you go to the render queue now, we have the Adobe Media Encoder over here. Also you can change them. If I duplicate this one, we can change this to the QuickTime. Then the preset that we are using is usually this one, which is the automatic one. Or we have the Apple ProRes 422 HQ, or 422 without HQ. These types of resolutions may be asked from your clients when you're making videos for them. I just wanted to show you that these are the codecs that you use. H.264, which is this one, is usually used for the web videos. Most of the videos that you see online there are H.264. I'm going to render them. Let's see the size difference between these two, one of them is QuickTime, Apple ProRes 422 and other one is H.264. They are both rendered. I'll go to the folder that I have rendered to. This one is the QuickTime, it's smooth. This one is H.264, which is MP4. If I change the preview, you can see the size difference. The QuickTime size is around 11 or 10 times bigger than the H.264. Okay guys, now it's time for you to go ahead and play with these codecs. I'll see you in the next lesson. Bye-bye. 23. 4 Shortcuts: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, I will quickly show you some of the shortcuts that you may need. The first one is A select forward. Like this, it will select everything that is in the right side. If you press on the Shift and A, it will select everything that is in the left side. Then we have V to select and C for the razor tool to cut. Then we have L and J for speed forward and backward. L is for the speed forward. If you press on the L one time it will play. If you press it again, it will speed up. If you press it again, it will speed even more, and so on. Then we have J. It will play backward. If you press it again, it will go fast backward, and so on. These two are very useful to go through your timeline. Then we have minus and plus button for zooming in the timeline. I already covered this. If you press on the J, it'll bring the audio gain that you can change and your video should have voice to be able to bring this. Also T is for the text with a source patching when you're doing your edits with the source patching, for example, I will double-click on this video and, select some part of it. Now if you press on the comma, it will insert the video and it will cut the current video, it will replace it. But if you press on the dot, it will insert the video, but it will not affect the current video that you have in the timeline. It will go under it or over it. There's also some of the shortcuts that you may need. If you press on the Alt or Option and move a video, let's do it for this one, I will just zoom in, press on the Alt, and move this one. You will make a copy out of it without changing the source file. You can also use Command C and Command V for the copy and paste. If you press on the Control or Command R is going to bring you this dialogue for the speed and duration like this. You can quickly speed up your videos. Let me bring this over here to see it better. As you can see, we have speed it up. Command or Control S for saving, and then Alt, Shift and K, it will bring you the shortcut window. Here you can change shortcuts and add a new shortcut if you want to. For example, I have added a new shortcut for the razor tool. I made it K. I don't know why, but in Adobe Premiere it's called add edit, the cut thing, or the razor tool. I just click on it, click over here and press "K". If you have something assigned to it, you have to remove it and then add it. In this case I have added the K. I'll press "Okay" now. If I press "K", it will cut the video just like this. You can change any shortcut that you want or add new shortcuts. That's all about the shortcuts. Hope you enjoyed and learned something new. 24. **Homework Watchmaker: Hi, everyone. Welcome back to this very exciting section. After we've finished all of the basic sections, we are going to practice what we have learned. We will create this very nice video using everything that you have learned in the previous sections. We are going to create this video. 25. 1 Watch Making P1: Hi everyone. Welcome back. In this lesson, we are going to start creating our video and we will be creating this one. You already know, I gave you as a homework. You're going to create this video and I have this project in the resource folder. You will just open it and you should have this folder that has all of the videos inside it. If you don't have it, make sure that you bring it again. You will have in the Resource folder, just drag and drop it inside the Adobe Premiere. Also you have this music, I have used it. Make sure that you bring that as well if you don't have it inside your project, or if you have any issues with your project and it's not opening properly, this is the file and you just drag and drop it inside your Adobe Premiere project. We're going to create a new sequence. I'm going to start with this one actually. Yeah, I'll right-click on it. These two are the same, use one of them. Right-click and New Sequence from the Clip. You already know all of this. By the way, everything that we have used in this project, I already taught you in the previous sections. Also about the footage, I got it from the pexels.com, and I got it from this user, his name is Tima. I don't know whether it's the one, but I went to his profile and then videos and I found a lot of videos and I decided to get the videos of this guy creating quartz. I just download them and I've created my intro. You can go ahead and download as many videos as you want, they're for free. You can use it in your projects as well, by the way. They are free. You can just search anything and you can download it. This is if you think where I get my videos, and this is the place that I get. You can also get your own videos and create your own intros to practice on it. The music, I got it from the YouTube Audio Library. It's free. You will just create a YouTube account and then go to your studio, or YouTube Studio for your account, and then, Audio Library. You can find a lot of music and sound effect over here. I usually use this for my videos. If I don't want to pay for any music, this is where you can get it for free. For this video, I want to make a cut around this area. I'm going to use C, Razor tool, then remove this part, and then I'm going to bring my audio so I can do my editing according to the audio or to the music. I'm going to cut the audio from here and remove this part. We want the audio to start from here. Of course, it will be the beginning and you want the first hit to be in the beginning. I'm going to edit this. I want the video to start when he tries to turn the page. Let's play and see. I think I cut too much. I'll just bring some back, like this. Let's play. That's good. With the second hit, we are going to cut it. I will remove this one and we're going to bring our second shot, which is this guy doing the same thing, turning the page but in a different angle of the camera. Yeah. You want to continue the same action with this one. In this shot, he start the action of turning the page. In the second shot, we want him to finish the action. He will finish turning the page. I'll just look for that moment. Somewhere around tear in the middle, I'll cut it, remove this part and bring it over here. Don't forget, it should start with the second hit of the music. Just like this, he's turning and finishing turning over the page. I think that's pretty good. As you can see here, he starts the action of turning the page, and then the second shot starts where the first one finished, and then we have finished the action. Let's see the original video that we created and see what you have next. The next thing, we're going to bring this shot. The idea of this intro that I created is that this guy first is reading a book about the watches and then he's done that and go to his place to create a watch or to fix a watch. For that, I've got different shots that demonstrate this action and we're going to put them together in a nice way to make a nice intro. Right in this hit of the music, I'm going to cut this video, remove it, and then we have our next shot where he walks to his place. Don't forget each new shot start with the hit of the music, so you are going with the music. I'm just trying to find the video that I'm looking for. This way is really hard to look for the videos. I'm going to show you how to look for the videos properly and you already know, you'll just make them bigger and see what is inside each of them. But for now, let's continue. I found my video. I'm going to cut it from here. For some reasons, I cannot see both of the sides in and out. I'm going to use the shortcuts I and O to cut the area that I want. Sorry. I will just move this over here. Press on the I, this is in, and then O will be over here, out. We just want this part of the video and I'm going to move it over here. Our next video start with hit and where this hit, I'm going to cut it and we will have our next video. The next video is that when he sits in his place, I'm going to find it. It's this one. I will just bring all of the videos inside my timeline and from there, I'm going to cut it. You want when he close to sit down on the chair, I'm going to cut it from there or we'll start from there actually. By the way, for the cut, sometimes, I'm using K. You already know it's the shortcut for cut. We changed it in the previous lessons. You can use also C and a Razor tool to cut the video. It will start from here, right with this hit, and then with this hit, it'll cut it and then we are going to bring the part of the video where he already sit down. Right right here, I'm going to cut it from somewhere around here when he's trying to watch the magnifier. You cut it like this and then I'm going to remove this part. By the way, I'm using C and V to change between razor tool and the move tool. You can also use K for the cut. Now I'm just checking our original video to see how we did it. We have all of these shots. I'm going to do them. We have him, I somehow didn't like it when he moved his head. I'm going to change it because it is distracting for me. I'll just move it over here and bring back some of the video to see. That's what I need. Then you will cut with this hit razor tool, remove this one. Then you're going to bring our other video, the video where he shot from the side. I will just look for it. I think it was this one. I'm assuming it was this one. Let's try and see. Before I check the original video, I just want to see with this video how it is. I think it was not this video. It's a different one. They're not the same. I'm going to remove this one. This is not the one that we want. I will look for the other one. It's this one. Let's bring it over here. Right around here where he do some actions with his hand, I want to cut it around here. I'll use K to cut it this time. We will remove this part and then move it over here. That's good. With this hit, you're going to cut it again and we will have our next video. Let's search it. Actually, I'm going to check the original edit and see which clip I used. We have this clip and this one. With this one, when he remove this part, it's with the hit, so we need to achieve that as well in our new edit. Let's go to our sequence. I'm going to bring our video. We will need this video. I'll move it over here because we have another one before this one, which is the one when he look at the watch. I think it's this one. Somewhere around here. I think it is this clip. Let's use it and we will make sure that you are using the right one later. I've heard the wrong clip. Let's remove this one and bring the right one. I think it was this one. As you can see, I'm moving it in the track to make sure that you're not cutting the other video. That's why I moved it up. It will start somewhere around here. Let's move it over here. With the other hit, with this one, we are going to cut it, remove it. We have ruined this clip, I'm going to remove it and let's bring it back. Then I have to search it again. As I told you, you can make these bigger and easily find them. Actually, this is the clip that you want to use first. This is the exact clip. We are going to use this one. We have actually used the wrong clip when he watches the watch so I'm going to change it with this one. Let's zoom in this clip. I'm going to remove it and replace it with this one. Just move it over it like this. Right here, I'm going to cut it. I'll use K, remove this part and bring it over here. We actually need to replace the other video. I'm just going to move this over the other video. It will be replaced like this. With this hit, I'm going to cut it, remove it and then the other video I'm going to bring it. Actually, I'm going to change the icons. It's stupid that I've been searching for the videos the other way. It's better to look at them like this. It's easier for you to find the videos that you are looking for. Just hover over the videos and from their thumbnails, you can see which videos you are looking for. You're obviously looking for this one. I'll move it over here and you are going to go right around when he remove this part. Just before he remove it, I'm going to cut it. Somewhere around here I'll cut it, move it, he will remove this part for sure, and then you are going to move it over here, and then it will start. We have two hits over here. This is one hit. The second hit, we want him to remove the part. It will start like this. As you can see, the removal of the part is not with the hit for that. I'm going to fix it. I'm going to cut some from the beginning like this and move it. Let's play and see. We need to cut more just like this and move it. Now it's with the hit. With the hit, he removes that part. It's a nice touch. Then with the coming hit, which is this one, we are going to cut it to end this video, and the next video will come after that. Let's play all of it together. Pretty good till now. In the next lesson, we are going to continue creating our intro. I'll see you there. Bye. Bye. 26. 2 Watch Making P2: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, you are going to continue editing our video. The first thing I'm going to do is to replace this footage; it's not the right footage there. I'm going to replace it with another video. I'll replace it with this one actually. I will just drag and drop it inside the timeline or the sequence. Let's move it over here. Now I'll check which part to cut. I'm going to cut it where he stare at the watch somewhere around here, cut it, remove this part, and then until here I will cut it and remove this part. Now let's move this to its place, which is here. It looks good to me. I'll just cut this part so it doesn't overlap the other video. Perfect. Now let's bring our other clip. The next clip, we are going to use different shots from it. It's one clip, but you are going to cut it, two different shots. This is the shot that you are looking for. If you check the name, the last number is 24. I'll just bring it over here and we are going to cut it. We want to cut it where he put that knife inside the watch, somewhere around here, I I remove it. Let's bring it over here. We are going to edit it more, but let's move it over here now. Now let's see how it is. I think it's pretty good. Now I'm going to cut it from here, so it will be with this hit and then you're going to find when he used the other tool which is this one, when he hand it, like take the tool, we're going to cut it right over here. We'll just cut it and then remove this part. You're going to bring this over here. I think I'm going to adjust this a bit more. Let's see how we have it in the original video. Our new one is the same, so it's okay. I'm going to cut it with the next hit, which is this one. I'll just move my cursor over there and then we're going to use C for the razor tool or K to cut it and then we are going to find where he used that tool on the watch, so somewhere around here. I'm going to cut it, remove this part, and move this over here. Now we have these different shots when he's actually fixing this watch. With this hit, I'm going to cut this video and then I'm going to use this video that we just moved to the side at the beginning of this lesson, which is this one. If you have removed it, just bring it back from your library. Now let's play all of it together. Actually it looks pretty good. Now we're going to bring our next clip, which will be a clip of the clock or watch; just this one. I'm going to bring it over here, and we're going to cut it from somewhere when this movement starts, so around here I think. You'll cut it, remove it, and then move this over here. With this coming kit, which is this one, I'm going to cut it, remove this part, and we're going to bring our next video. If your screen is small and you cannot find these videos easily, just press the "Tilde Key" on the keyboard to make it full screen. Like this, you will easily find the video that you're looking for. I'm looking for a clip where he has this watch in his hand and he's playing with it. I'm just going to go through all of them and see which clip I want to use. This is the video that I want to use. If you check the name, it has 57 at the end of the name. This is the one. I'm going to move it over here and we're going to cut it from the right area. We're not going to use the beginning, but instead you are going to use the end. Guys, this is a jump cut, I hope you are not confused. I have cut the video and I've used the wrong part of the video, that's why I'm going to start from the beginning and I will use the end of this clip. It's the same clip, we'll only go to the end. Somewhere around here, we're going to cut it and we're going to remove all other parts that we have used previously. Actually, I used it, you didn't use it you're going to start from here. We're going to use this part and move it over here. This is the clip that you want to come next, it is the end of this clip. I'll go over here. Right here, I'm going to cut it and then I will move it over this one. With this hit, this next clip will come, which is this one. Make sure it is with the hit. Now we're going to the properties and we're going to scale it like this. Move it to the middle. Then I'm going to enable the safe margin. You already know how to do it. I make sure that it's in the middle. Then go to the Effects and look for the crop. We're going to crop the video to create this magnifying effect. We're going to crop the sides. By the way, I'm using the safe margins to make sure that all of the sides are the same. If you want to make the change slower, press on the "Command" and change the crop, it will make it slower and more accurate. As you can see, I'm pressing on the "Command" or "Control" on the Windows to make sure I am doing it accurately. Perfect. With this hit, this magnifying thing is coming. With this hit, I'm going to cut both of the videos because the next video will come, it's somewhere around here. This one as well, we are going to cut it. Let's play it and see. Perfect, that's actually look good. Great. Now we are going to bring our other video. I'll just press on the "Tilde Key" on the keyboard to make sure that I see all of them. I think this is the video that I'm looking for. I'll just select it, come over here and we're going to drag and drop it over here. We want to cut it from the place where he used the screw. Let's see. Right around here. I think here is good. I will just cut it from here and remove this part, move this over here, and you have something like this. With the coming kit which is this one, I want to cut it right from here. Cut and to this hit, I'll cut it again. Then this small part that we just cut, which is this one, I want to zoom in. With the hit it will zoom in and zoom out. Let me show you in the original video what I mean. We mean this part when it gets close to the camera and we want this part, not this one, but the small one. This part we want to zoom in. I'll just select it and go to the Effects and scale it like this and make sure it's in the middle. Now with the hit, it's closing to the camera and then it goes back. Then with this hit, I want to cut it again, right over here. I want to cut it and then we will go to where he actually put that screw in its place around here. I'm going to cut it and remove this part. This part, right-click on it, go to the Speed and Duration and you are going to speed it up. We'll make it around to 200. Let's see. Actually I need to speed it more. With this hit, we wanted to finish that's why I'm going to speed it up more to make it the clip shorter and faster. It's a bit more. Let's play. It's good. I'm going to remove the extra part that we have, just this one. Perfect. Now we have created this edit as well. Now we are going to work on the next shot, which will be this one. We have two clips. One of them is this and the other one is magnifying one when he is actually working on something. We're going to bring these two clips. First thing, we're going to bring that first clip, which is this one. I think it's this one. Yeah. No, it's this one. I'm just trying to make sure that this is the right clip and it tests actually, I'll just click on it then present that tilde key to go from the default screen and we just moved our clip inside the sequence. Now you're going to find the right part. We want where he just spin that thing. You want right from there. Yeah. Just before he spin it, I'm going to cut it over here. Then remove this part and you're going to bring this over here. I think I need to fix it more. I would actually cut it from here. We want to make this one's little motion. That's why we don't need that very long part. I'm going to cut it from this area, remove this one, and then come over here, cut it. For this one, I'm going to move it over here. Then I'm going to go to the speed and duration and make it 50. It will be slow motion just like this. Now I'm going to find the other video, which is this one I will show now, this one that is like magnifying when he works on the watch. Yeah. I'm going to find it here. Let's go to our sequence and over here I'm going to look for it. By the way, I'm pressing on the tilde key to make it full screen so I can see it better and this is the video that I'm looking for. I'll just select it, got from the first screen and then you are going to bring this over here. We want it to be over the other video. But let's find the right part of the video. I'll just go over it like this. Let's check the original edit, this part, we want it. Yeah. When he's working on the watch actually somewhere around here. Yeah. Right here. I'm going to cut it and remove this part. Now move this over the other video. You want it to start with this hit. Let's play. Yeah, that's good. Now we are going to adjust the size of the video. I'm going to scale it like this, bring it down and then you are going to use the crop effect to crop it. Now, go to the "Effect" and add the crop effect on it like this. I will just make the screen bigger and then we're going to crop it like this. Don't forget, you can press on the Command or Control on the windows to make the changes slower. As you can see right now, I'm using the Command key to make the change of slower and more accurate. Yes, something like this is good. I think. Let's play it again. I'll just extend this video until this hit and then whether this hit, I'm going to cut the videos, both of them actually, and we'll remove this one. We are going to cut it using the K shortcut and then for the coming video or the below video, I will find the right part of it. We want the part when he fix this things on this, I don't know what is this actually, this apart over the watch obviously. But when he's fixing the other thing with the one that is in his hand and then something spins. As you can see, there is something spins, I want right over there. I just cut it and you're going to bring it over here. Now let's go to the original edit and then see how I made it. Yeah, so something like this, we have. First thing, we are going to make a slow motion. Something that I forget with the other video that we slowed down, which is this one, as you can see, it's not smooth. We want to make it smooth and you know already we will right-click on it and then we are going to go to the time interpolation and make an optical flow and you need to render it, press on the Internet render. Right now, let's play it. It's much smoother. For this one, you are going to do the same, the new clip that we have. I will just extend this part over here and this clip we are going to slow down. You're going to cut it from somewhere around here. Let's cut it from here, remove this part. Actually this part and then you are going to make this one slow motion. You'll make it 50. Press "Okay" and then right-click and go to the "Time Interpolation" and make it optical flow. I'll press "Enter" to render it and now let's play it all of it together. I think it looks nice. With this part, I will just find the right hit because we want to change it with the head. We want it to zoom in just like the other one that we created. Right with this hit, I want to cut it. Let's see again. Yeah, Over here. I will just cut it from here and then we will go to the other hit which is over here. Actually this one, I will cut it and then I'm going to scale this part like this. It zooms in with the hit and then it goes back. With this hit, the next step that is coming over here, I'm going to cut it and then you're going to remove this part and you're going to bring our last footage. Let's go to the original edit and I will tell you which footage you are going to bring. Let me play it. After this, we will have this footage. I'm going to bring the watch. Just press on the tilde key to make it full screen and I'm going to find the footage. It is this one. I will just click on it. Then click on the tilde key again to go out from the full screen and you're going to bring this over here. With this footage, we're going to do a couple of the edits to go with the hit of the music. We want the shot to start when he spins the hands over the clock or the watch. Right here. Then I'm going to cut it from here and then until the other hit, which is this one. I'll cut it again and this part, I'm going to scale it. Sorry, just like this. We have something like this with the head. It zooms in and then zooms out. But obviously we have chosen the wrong kit. We want this one, not the other one. I'm going to cut it from here and this part, I'm going to scale it down to 100 again. You have something like this now. Then with the coming head, which is this one, I want to cut the same video. I want to get a part from the int when he just spins the whole clock. Right over here. This shot is good. I'll cut it from here and I move this part. Then I'm going to bring it over here and let's play it. That's good, not bad. I want to zoom in again with another hit. Right over here. I'm going to cut it. Then with this hit, it'll cut it again. This part we are going to zoom in like this and make sure it's in the middle of the frame. Well, I think it looks good like this. Then with this hit, I'm going to cut the video and we will cut it to the black, and the name of the watch would come. This is the end of the edit. Let's go to the original video and see. As you can see, with this hit, we have blackness. I'm going to cut it from here, remove it. Now let's watch the whole edit. Let me make it bigger. I will just stop over here and we have a bit of an issue. This zoom in, this one is not zoomed in enough. That's why the effect doesn't appear clearly. I'll just select on it and zoom in more and make sure it's in the middle. Now it is better. Yeah, perfect. This will be the end of this lesson. Hope you enjoyed and learned something new. I know it was a long lesson, but hope you are able to follow up. If you are not able to follow up, make sure that you slow down the video and watch it again until you get it fully. You only finish the basics if I'll be premiere only the very first part of the curse and you are able to do this video, so you should be proud of yourself. In the next lesson, we are going to make this video much better. We are going to add some graphics to it and I will show you a very cool techniques. I'll see you there. Bye-bye. 27. 3 Watch Making P3: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, you are going to start adding the text and graphics to our video. We're going to start from the beginning. Let's check the video that we already edited. You are going to add to these texts until here. We are going to start with these I think four or five texts here. Let's go ahead and add it. We want our first text to start with this hit. I'm going to use the text tool, and then come over here and write plan. I'm using this font called Poppins, I will add it to your resource folder. You're using the bold version of it. Let's write the plan. I'll just write plan and then I will make it all capital. I need to select it first and then you are going to make it capital. While the text is still selected, I'm going to use these alignment tools to make sure it's in the middle. We have our first text now. Then with this hit, the second text will come. I'll just cut it over here and then you are going to edit this part of the text. Let's see what we have next. We have priority. I will just copy this because I don't want to write it again. If you want, you can just write it by yourself. It will be on until this hit, we will cut it, and now we are going to change the text to priority, make sure that you select it, and then paste priority. To see all of these properties of the text, make sure that you select the text itself from here. If you don't select it, you don't see them. Now we are going to align it in the middle again. I will just make it bigger, and then we're going to align it in the middle. The next text will start from this hit. It will start from here and end here. We will cut it and then select it, and you're going to change it to practice. Just like the other, make sure that it is in the middle. Then for this one, we are going to cut it from here. This one will be passion, and make sure it's in the middle. Now we have this. Now the next text will be precision, and it's a bit longer than the others. It has a different style. It has a bit of animation. I will just copy this text and come over here. As we said, this one will be longer than the others because it has some of the animation in it. Until this hit, we are going to keep the precision. I'll just cut it from here. Now let's edit this. We are going to paste the precision over here and then make sure it's in the middle. Now we have precision and we're going to copy this, Control C. I'm going to uncheck all of these tracks and then I will check this track. Then you're going to paste it over there. I'm going to align it with the below text or below layer. For this one, we are going to move it up and then we're going to change the style, click on the text, and then we're going to enable or disable the fill and enable the stroke. The size of the stroke will be three and then I'll copy this again, paste it over here, move it above it, and we are going to move this as well just like this. By the way, you can do the same thing over here. You can play with the transform controls of the text. Let's check our example again. We have all of these texts, we are going to create them. We have three above and three below the precision text. For this copy, you want it to have fill and you'll disable the stroke. I'll copy this again and paste it and then move it above just like this. For this one, we are going to move it up. The style will stay the same, but we're going to move it up like this. That's good. To make the animation, you want these to have a delay between them. You don't want them all to come together. The first copy that is coming will be the text in the middle, and then the other will follow. Let me cut them like this. I will just make sure that there is a delay between them. But as you can see, we have forgotten the first copy with the precision. Two copies are coming together at the beginning if you can notice so you want to make a delay between these as well. I'll just move this over here and then I will change this accordingly. Now let's play. It's nice, but I think the delay is a bit too long. I'm going to make it shorter. I'll start from this one, move it over here, and then we're going to change this as well accordingly. Now let's play. Yeah, I think this is good. Now I'm going to change their ends as well, we should have delay when they disappear. We will do the same thing. The first thing I'm going to cut this over here, then this one, and then this one. Just like this. The precision takes that having them with it'll stay in the screen until this scene finishes. Now I'm going to select all of these. I'm pressing on the Shift and select all of them and then copy Control C and Control V. Now one by one, I'm going to put it above the other ones. I'll put it over here, make sure that it aligns with the other copy. It's aligned, and then you are going to move it in the frame to be here. I will move the other copy as well, just this one. Actually not this one, the other one. I will just Control Shift and I'm going to move this one and make sure that it is aligned with the other copy. Now you're going to move it down in the frame and the last one will be the last copy. We're going to move it over here and make sure that it is aligned with its copy. Something that I forgot to mention is make sure that all of these are always active or blue. This will help you to snap and align your layers better. Now let's play it. For me I think it's pretty good. Now we'll go to the next text. Let's play it. On this shot, so we don't have any text. As you can see I have a copy of plan text. We're going to move that from there. Our next text will start somewhere around here. When this magnifying screen comes, I'll just move this plan text over here and we're going to change it to hard work. If you don't have this copy you can just create a new text. You don't have to get confused. We want this text to start from the beginning of this shot. As you can see I just did and now we're going to write hard work and then make sure it's in the middle. When the magnifying thing comes we're going to make another copy of the text. Just Control C and Control V. Paste it over here and move it above. For this one, you are going to change the style of the text. I'm going to make it bigger. We can make the size from here as well and make sure it's in the middle. Let's make it even bigger. Make sure it's in the middle again. I made it even bigger actually. Then disable the fill, enable the stroke, and I'm going to move it over here. Instead of copying and pasting the layer I'm going to copy and paste the text over here. I'll Control C, Control V to make the text in the same layer, so we have two copies on the same layer. I'm going to select it, Control C, Control V again. You need to select it before you do that so you'll be able to make a copy and another copy. That's pretty good. We want this hard work in the background to come with the magnifying so when the magnifying screen comes we want that to appear. I'm going to cut it to there. I want the main text to be above the background text, I'll just move this over here. Make sure they're aligned together. Let's play it again. With this hit, we want to cut the text. I just want to adjust the background text a bit. Maybe I'll bring down the opacity a bit and change the size. Or actually let's keep the size, I will just move the position and bring down the opacity a bit. Something like this. It's pretty good actually. The next text we have is dedication. After this we will have a dedication. In the sample edit we have an issue I think. I'll just fix that quickly. We don't want this hardware text to disappear. We want it to disappear from here. Then we will go to the next text that we have, it's dedication. I will just copy this text and then I will go to my editing sequence. I'm going to extend this layer and I will cut it from here. Then I'm going to select this one and paste the dedication text, then make sure it's in the middle. You're going to make more copies out of this because you want the animation. I will just move this up. Then I'm going to copy, Control C, come over here, paste it, move it above like this. Then we need to change the style and also the position. I'll move it down. Click on the text, disable the fill, and enable the stroke. I'll make the size of the stroke three. Then we will make another copy, paste it over here, we'll move it above, and you are going to move it down in the frame like this. Then we are going to change the size of the stroke to two. Another copy, copy this one, paste it, and make another copy like this. Move it down like this. I just realized something now I'm watching it and I think I have put the text a bit high, so I'm going to move them down actually. If you can see, they are in the upper side more because I want the main text to be in the middle. I'm going to select that one which is this one. Select it over here and then use the alignment tool, make sure it's in the middle. I'm going to move the other below it, all of them. Just like this. Now this one, select it, move it in the middle and then move it below the other copy. The last one I'm just going to move it down like this. Now we are better. The next thing we're going to do of course we are going to create a delay between this so we can create an animation. Before I do that, the last copy we forgot to change the size of the stroke to one, so I just made it one so you have a different variation of the text. Now we're going to make the delay. You know how to do the delay, we'll just cut them like this. The above one, the first one you want to comment first. Then with the next hit, you want to cut these texts. With this hit right over here we're going to cut these texts and we want to make the same delay effect on them. I'm going to cut this like this. This one will be here and then this one will come after this one and this one. Now, let's play. It's very nice. They're already nice coming and going. But then we have the other effect. This dedication text will come back in a bigger size with this hit. What I'm going to do is to copy one of these texts which is this one, copy and paste it on this hit right over here. Copy and paste. This copy I'm going to make it bigger and make sure it's in the middle. Then you are going to enable the stroke only and disable the fill. Let me see the original video that I created and see how I did it. I think I'll make the text a bit bigger. You will cut it from here first with this hit. The size of the text, I think I'll keep it as it is. Guys, this will be the end of this lesson. Let's watch together what we have created. I think it's pretty awesome. In the next lesson you are going to continue creating the other texts. I'll see you there. Bye-bye. 28. 4 Watch Making P4: Hi, everyone. Welcome back. This is the last lesson. We are going to finish our editing. We have two more texts we are going to add, which is this one, perfection, and then the last text that we have that's coming at the end. Now we're going to start with this one, and then we're going to add this one. These two are very easy and the techniques that I'm going to use are the same as the one before. We are going to start with the perfection text. It will start with the magnifying effect that we have here. With this hit, it will start. I will just copy this text and paste it over here, and then I'm going to write perfection, and then make sure it's in the middle with alignment tools. I think I'll make it a bit smaller. I'll just select all of it and then something like this, and then make sure it's in the middle. With this hit, it will come, with the other hit, we will have it, but it will zoom in. I'm going to cut it from here, and I'm going to scale it. Scale it like this, and then you're going to make sure it's in the middle. The alignment is not working properly because we have scaled the layer itself, not the text. The alignment is not working properly, I'm going to do it manually. I will just select on the layer, and then over here I'm going to move the text in the middle, just like this. Now let's play and see. I think it's good. Now I just want to extend this to this hit. With this hit, the text will go as well. Now we are going to do the last text at the end of the video. Let's check our sample that we have already created. As you can see, with this hit, we have the text coming. It goes to black and the text comes. Now for our text, I'm going to copy some of the layers that we already created, which is this dedication, we have already created this animation. I'm going to copy all of the layers, press on the Shift, select all of them, Control C, and then I'll come to the end of the video, which is here, and I'll paste it over here. I will just bring them down to this track. Let's play, it's good. I'll go to the original edit that we created, I will just copy the text so we don't have to create it again. You can write it if you want. I will just paste the prestige watch and make sure it's in the middle. We will do it for all of them. Just click on it, paste it. For this one as well. Well, actually let me change the style of it first. Sometimes this will happen to you, things are not changing, make sure that you select it again, and then we are going to do it and it'll work. This one will be three, the size of the stroke, and then the other one, I'll just copy this and paste it over this one. Make sure you put it in the middle and then bring down the size of this track to two. I'll copy this again and paste it on the other one. Just this one. Make sure it's in the middle, but of course only horizontally, not vertically. The size for this one will be one. I think they are too close to each other, I will just move them down a bit one by one. I'm going to select them. Sometimes it's hard to know which text you're selecting when you are selecting them here in the sequence. It's better to use the selection tool and select them like this, and then we're going to make changes. Let's bring this down a bit, and then the other one. Like this, you're good. The next thing, I'm going to select all of these layers, this one, this one, and this one. The main layer, which is the below one, you're not going to select it, and then right-click and then nest. It's always better to name your nested files, or nested sequences, I'm going to write prestige nested, so I know which one is this in the project files. I will copy this, and now we paste it over here and we're going to put it over here. For this one, I'm going to change its position. We'll just come over here in the effect controls, and move it up. Now we have two copies of this, when you play it, you have something like this. Now it's good, but we need to make some changes. I will first change the duration of the text to go with this hit, and then we're going to reverse the second copy, which is this one. Right-click, submit in duration and reverse it. Let's play it. It is good, but it is very fast, as you can see. We can change that by changing the duration, actually. I'm going to select both of them, or one-by-one actually. We're going to change the duration, let's do it with this one first. I'll make it maybe 80. This one also, right-click and make it 80, let's play. It's still very fast, I'm going to make it more. Let's change this to maybe 60 or 50. Let's make it 60, and this one as well. Now, let's play. I think it's good. Now, the last thing that we are going to do for this video is I will extend this actually, and we're going to add our last text. This text I'm going to extend it, and then I'll cut it from here, and we're going to change the text for this one. I'll write something, made by experts for you. These are all texts that I made it by myself, they are not real or anything. Obviously, we need to move it in the middle and also change the size. You need to select it and then change the size from here, and then make sure it's in the middle again. Now let's play. I will change the position of the text where it comes, it will be with this hit. I'll extend this, let's play. I think it's good, but we need to adjust it more. I will just cut it from here and move this, and let's play again. I'll just extend this text into the music when it stops. This is the end of our video, I'll just cut the music, remove it. Now let's play and see all of it together. That's perfect. Now the last thing you're going to do is to add the scope, the cinematic scope, and that will change everything. I will use the shape tools, and I'm using the rectangle one. We are going to create a shape over here, and then I'll move it like this, and then you're going to change the color to black, and over here I'll duplicate it and move it down. I'm using the scopes to make sure that they're aligned and they're in the same position, and then move this above everything else, and make sure that it covers the whole video, like this. Now if you play it, we have something like this. If you can notice in the magnifying effect, when we have the magnifying effect, there aren't under the scopes. We want to change that. For that, I'm going to change the crop. I will just find the video, which is this one, let's zoom in the sequence, select it, this is the video, and then go to the crop effect, and we are going to change the top and bottom, just like this, for the bottom as well, something like this. Now we fix the issue. We have another magnifying effect. I'm going to fix that as well. Let's find it, which is this one. Let's select the layer, which is this one, and then put the crop effect. We are going to crop it down over here and crop it up from here. Obviously, we need to change the size of the background text, the homework, because now it's not fitting inside perfectly. I will just select it and make it slightly smaller like this, and now it's perfect. I'm actually not satisfied with the animation of these texts. First, I'm going to disable the reverse for this version, let's play it, and then I'm going to change their position. Let's see if it will work, actually, no, let's move it to its place. I need to make it slower actually. Right-click, speed duration, and I'm going to make it very slow. No, it's very slow now, let's change it. I'll make it 30, and this one, let's make it 30 as well. Let's play it. I think it looks good. It has a very nice effect when the prestige watch goes and it says made by expert for you, and then the other text goes. Yeah, I like this effect. I'm going to disable the safe margins over here, and then I want to render everything. Press O for here to be out, so this will be out, and then in it'll be in the beginning, and then we're going to render in and out. Go to the sequence, and then render in and out. Now he's going to render everything, and then you are going to see the final thing that you have created. Now let's play. When you render, you may face the issue where some files are offline. You just need to move your cursor back and forth and then play it from the beginning again. It should work fine. Perfect. Just like this, we have finished our first edit, and it's a professional one actually. Remember, this is only the beginning of the course. You're going to learn much more. Hope you enjoyed and learned something new. Don't forget to share your projects with me, I want to see your version of this edit. I'll see you in the next section. Bye bye. 29. **Color Correction and Color Grading: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this advanced section, we are going to cover the color correction and color grading. First, we are going to cover some basics of color correction and color grading. Then we are going to cover the color correction tool inside Adobe Premier, which is called Lumetri color. We're going to cover it in details. Then, I will show you how to use color preset and LUTs, and how to create your own presets and LUTs. At the end of this section, I'm going to show you how to create some of the popular look inside Adobe Premiere, like moody look, teal and orange, cinematic look, and super eight millimeter film effect. Let's together start with this section. 30. 1 Some Basics of Color Correction : Hi everyone. Welcome back. We are going to talk about the color grading. I have these two clips, they are in the resource folder, make sure to bring them inside Adobe Premiere. We are going to color correct and color grade these clips. Let's bring this one. I've already have one inside Adobe Premiere, that's why I brought only one of them. Now, I will drag this and drop it over here to make a new sequence and you are going to work on this one. I'm going to make this window bigger so we can see it better. If you have two screens, you can put it in a separate screen. I've taken this video on the Canon EOS R, and it has been shot in C look. Look format or flat format, they're available in many cameras. This video format makes your video flat without a lot of colors and contrast, and this makes it very suitable and very good for color grading. When you shoot your videos in the look format or a flat format, you have a lot more control over the color grading. I will suggest you to go with Google and search for the look and flat files and see the difference between flat and look also see more details about this format of the recording or the videos. To start our color grading, we need to change our workspace to colors. So what you're going to do is to come over here, and change it from editing to color. Unlike this, we will have Lumetri color over here. To activate the Lumetri color, we need to select the clip and also over here we have Lumetri scopes with the help of these scores, we'll be able to color correct accurately. We will be working with these three, its Waveform, Parade and also Vectorscope YUV? If you don't have any of them, make sure that you have that check beside their name so they are enabled. To make them bigger like this, just double-click on it, it will come to the below and this is the Waveform Luma. This chart represents the darkest areas and the brightest areas of the video. The brightest areas should hit 100. As you can see in this video, this peak represents the brightest area in the video and we need this peak to hit 100 and the darkest areas should hit zero. As you can see in our video, we have a lot of darkness, a lot of dark objects that's why it's somehow flat so we need to bring everything down to hit zero. I wanted to show you how this chart works, we are going to do it in practice in the next video. The next chart will be the Vectorscope. I'll just double-click over here and like this, we have our Vectorscope. Below we can see it better. The Vectorscope correspond directly with the color wheel. It shows what colors are in the video and what's their saturation. So the more the white area is expanded to the sides, the more that color is saturated. As you can see in this example, we have the red and green are saturated more than other colors. The last chart that we have is RGB plate. This one shows if the colors in the video are cool or warm. If the red color is alleviated and higher than the green and blue, it means that the colors in your video are warm. If the blue or green are higher than the red, it means the colors in your video are cool. Your aim is to make these three color even. Before we start with the color grading, let's cover some of the terminology that you use to define the color. The first one is hue. Hue means color, for example, red, magenta, blue, yellow. So whenever you see hue, it means it is color. The next thing we have is saturation. Saturation is the intensity of each color. The last one we have luma. Luma is the brightness of each color. Here is the color correction workflow, a very good one. First, we correct the exposure or the brightness of the video, then we fix the white balance, and then we adjust the saturation of the colors. In the next video, I'm going to show you how to apply this in practice and you are going to cover everything about Lumetri Color. I'll see you there. Bye bye. 31. 2 Lumetri Color Basic Correction Tab: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, you are going to start with the Lumetri Color. Lumetri Color is the effect that you're going to use to color correct our videos inside Adobe Premiere. We are going to start with the first tab inside Lumetri Color, which is the Basic Correction. We play with the exposure, the brightness of the video, and also the white balance of the video. The first thing you would see here is the field for the LUT. LUTs are the presets or the color presets for the videos. There are some pre-made presets for different cameras here. You can also import LUTs to the Lumetri Color over here. Just browse and select the LUT that you have in your computer. We're going to cover this in the next tab, which is in the Creative. In this tab, you are not going to use LUTs. You are going to use these handles to color correct our videos. But in the next lesson, which will be covering the Creative tab, you're going to cover the LUTs. Now, the first thing you're going to do is to correct the white balance. For that, I'm going to use this color picker and choose the whitest area in the video. This way, we will automatically correct our white balance. As you can see, it automatically moved the temperature and tint to give it a warmer color to our video. You can also do it manually if you want, but it's always better to pick the white color in your video. Like this, you will have an automatic white balance, which is better. Right now we are going to play with the exposure of the video and bring some life to our video. I'm going to start with the Blacks from the below, and we are going to adjust the Blacks and Whites. I'm going to bring the Exposure to zero again. Now you're going to start with the Blacks. As you can see, there are many elements in the video that are black. We want them to be pitch black. We are going to use the waveform. Let's together bring down the Blacks. Now, I will move this handle to the left side to make the darks darker. If you check the waveform, we need to touch the zero. The darkest part should touch the zero. As you can see, we have touched the zero. The whitest part should touch 100. As we can see, these peaks are close to the 100 over here. Then the Shadows. We can play with the shadows as well. With this, you can depend on your eye and see how bright you want your shadows to be. Then you have the Highlights. This also plays with the whites somehow. You will have something like this. As you can see, we have brought some life to our footage. Now let's enable and disable the effect. That's pretty cool. As we said, we use the RGB parade for the white balance. Now our colors are a bit warm. I'm going to use this picker and choose another white point. Like this, both of the temperature and tint are zero now. It means that our footage was correct, the white balance was correct. If you purposely want a warmer or a cooler footage, you can simply play with the tint and temperature. These handles are good if you don't have a white tint in your video, you're going to do it manually, but if you have it like this footage, you will just use the eyedropper. We can also play with the Contrast. If you want to increase the contrast, we are going to give a bit of the contrast to our footage and that's it. We have Saturation as well. We can bring down the saturation and also add the saturation to our color. If you want to reset one of the handles, just double-click on it anywhere, it will reset it. If you want to reset all of them together, you can reset it like this. Just click on the" Reset." You can also use Auto feature. It will automatically adjust your footage, but it's not good. Usually you have to do it manually. Perfect. Now I'll just add a bit of the exposure to our footage to make it a bit brighter. We will be done with this tab, which is the Basic Correction tab. Like this, we color correct our video. In the next video, you're going to cover the Creative tab and you're going to add some of the LUTs to our video. You will be talking about LUTs as well. I'll see you there. Bye-bye. 32. 3 Lumetri Color Creative Tab: Hi, everyone. Welcome back. In this lesson, we are going to cover the Creative tab. In the previous lesson, we have covered the Basic Correction and we have made this change. We did a color correction for our video. Now, you will cover the Creative tab. As you can see, the first thing we have in the Creative tab is the Luts. It's similar to the last that we have here in the Basic Correction. But I told you not to use Luts in this Basic Correction, because you will have more control over them when you're adding them inside the Creative tab. It's called Look but it's the same as Luts, and you have a lot more options to choose from and also we can use our own. I will show you later how to use your own Luts. But for now, we're going to go through the ones that Adobe Premiere gave us. You can go through them like this and Click on it to apply, just like this. You can change the intensity of the Lut. We have a lot to choose from that comes with the Adobe Premiere and of course, you can add your own, which I will show you later. Over here we have the faded film. This will give some of the fade look to your videos, we have the Sharpen, you can sharpen your video or make them a bit blurry. Then we have the Vibrance and Saturation. These are both of the Vibrance and Saturation. They play with the color. This is the vibrance of the color. The Vibrance usually affects the saturated colors, and saturation saturate all of the colors. Whatever color you have with the saturation, you can make them more visible and more saturated and vibrance will affect the most saturated colors. As we play with these, so you can see the changes in the scopes that we have over here. I'm not going with them accurately now I just want to show you these options and properties that we have. Over here we have the tint for the highlight and shadows. We can give a color to our highlight and also to our shadows and this way we will give a specific look to our video. But I don't usually use this to give a look to my videos. I do it in other tabs in the Curves and also HSL. But I just want to show you now that we have this option as well. As you can see the changes that we've made. We are just like this. We are playing with the colors. Also, we have the tint balance below. We can play with the balance over the tint that you have given to the shadows and also the highlights. We can play with it over here. Anything if you want to reset, you just double-click on it and it will be reseted. Whether it is a wheel or it's a handle like this, it will be reseted. This will be the end of this lesson. I will see you in the next lesson and you will be going to cover the curve section and this is a very exciting one. There are a lot of things that you're going to learn and I usually use this to give a specific look to my videos. I'll see you in the next lesson. Bye-bye. 33. 4 Lumetri Color Curves Tab: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson you are going to cover the curves and this is a very important top in Lumetri Color. I usually use this to give a specific look to my videos. The first color we have is white. It's called luma. It plays with the brightness and a shadow. I usually use this to give more contrast to my videos. Like this you can add more light or less light. You can also play with the shadows and brightness over here or highlights I mean. Over here you play with the highlights. You make them more bright or less bright. Also over here you play with the shadows. You make them darker or brighter. I usually make an S curve in the luma curve, which is this one, to give a bit more contrast to my video like this. Now let's check the difference. As you can see, our video is more contrasted and nicer. Then we have the red color. Over here you can add or remove red color from the highlights, and over here you can add or remove the red to the shadows. Playing with this curve you can add a specific look to your video. For example, I want to remove a bit of the red from the highlights. I added a bit of the red to the shadows. The same thing with the green color and blue color. You can combine all of these curves together to make a specific look to your video. Now let's see before and after the curve. As you can see, we have given a very nice look to our video. There's much more to this curve section. We have many other controls that we can use to get the look that you are looking for. You are going to start with the first one, which is the hue vs saturation. Over here, you can choose any color and add saturation to that specific color. For example, if you want to add saturation to the yellow, we are going to make two point to select yellow, and then you're going to make a point over here and move it up to a saturation and move it down to remove the saturation from the selected color. Just like this. You can double-click to reset, by the way, just double-click on each point and is going to reset itself like this. Just to make it clear again, like this, you're going to select and also if you double-click on it, it's going to reset itself. All we have to do is to select the color that we want to change it. To make the saturated or more saturated like this, you can bring it up and down to add and remove the saturation. We can also use the color picker to choose a color. It'll automatically select it here. We can play with it like this. It's very easy. Then we have the hue vs saturation. The techniques are the same, but this one, if you want to change a specific color, for example, if I want to change the blue, I'll use the color picker and choose the blue. Over here we have selected the blue. Now I can change the blue like this, make it any other color that I want. As you can see, this hue vs hue, it means you're going to change a specific color to another color. The other one hue vs saturation, you are changing the saturation of a specific color. Now if I want to change yellow, I will just use the color picker, choose yellow and then I can change it to any other color that I want. I will reset this by double-clicking on it. Then you are going to go to the hue vs luma. This is a brightness of a specific color. We are going to choose the color that we want to change the brightness. I'll just use the color picker. Let's pick yellow, and like this we have selected. Now I can bring the brightness down or up. This is very handy. By the way you are not going to make these extreme changes. We usually slightly add brightness or slightly change a color. I'm going to show you all of this in the coming lessons, but this is just an overview of the Lumetri color. The last one we have luma vs saturation. This is for the saturation, for the shadows and the highlights. We can make the points over here. Harry can change the saturation over the midpoints or the mid curves. If you do it on this side, you are changing the saturation of the shadow areas. If you move the whole thing, it will change the saturation of the whole video. You can also change the saturation of the highlighted areas like this. The last one is saturation vs saturation. This one is a bit not clear, but I'm going to make it clear for you. Some of the videos when you take them, they have some colors that are saturated, but some other colors that are not saturated. This line represents the saturated and unsaturated colors. In the right side, you have all of these saturated colors, and in the left side, you have unsaturated colors. We want to only change the unsaturated color. We want to give it some of the saturation. You'll make two points over here, and it will only play with the left side. This is how it works. In the next lesson, we are going to cover the color wheels and color match. See you there. Bye-bye. 34. 5 Lumetri Color Color Wheel and Match Tab: Hi, everyone. Welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to cover the color wheel and color match top. I'll just collapse the curve top and we're going to play with this one. Over here we have the midtone, highlights, and shadows. We can add a color to the midtone colors and also add a color to the highlights and also add a color to the shadows. We can also play with their brightness and exposure, each of them. As you can see over here, we can add light to the midtones and we can bring down to take light from it. With this color wheel, we can make a lot of nice looks to your videos. This is also one of the options that you can use to add a specific look to your videos. Just like this, you can play with these wheels and add a specific look to your videos. In the coming lessons, I will show you how to achieve specific looks in Lumetri color, but for now you just need to know what each of them is doing. If you double-click on them, you're going to reset them, by the way, just like this. We already said double-clicking on Lumetri color will reset it. Another thing that we have here is the comparison view and then color match. I'm going to bring another video inside the sequence, which is this video. We can do one thing. We can just copy the Lumetri color on this video and paste it on the other video. We have this Lumetri color on this video. If you go to the Effect Control, over here you can see. Now we can Control C to copy it or just right-click and copy and Control V or just paste the attribute over here. I'm just going to use the Control V to paste over here. Unlike this, we added the same Lumetri color on this one. But this one is not an ideal one and the colors doesn't match always. As you can see, it's brighter than the other video. If you go to the color wheel and match, you can enable the comparison view. I will just make this one bigger and go to the Lumetri Scopes so we can see what is going on with our videos. Now both sides has the same video. We're going to change it. But you can also change the look of the comparison to this, to this, or this one. Let's keep it on this for now. I'm going to move the cursor inside the sequence area to make a comparison between two videos, just like this. As you can see, the right video is brighter than the left video. I want to match them. You will just click on Apply Match and it's going to match the colors magically. As you can see, it's now somehow like the brightness is lower. But we already have the Lumetri color on the right video. That's why the colors are a bit off. I'm going to remove this Lumetri color and then we are going to apply match again. Like this, we have matched the color and they're much more like each other. By the way, we did all of this in the color wheel. We didn't change any other settings in the Lumetri color. All of the matching thing happens inside the Color Wheel tab. I'll go ahead and show you some other comparison settings that we have. I'm going to cut my 1st video. I'll just move the cursor over here and I will press "K" or "C" to make a cut. Like this, it will be a different video. Then for this part, I'm going to change the color somehow. Let's make it warmer a bit. Then change the comparison setting to this one. Make sure this one is not selected. Like this, we can see the live comparison between the two videos. This is a very handy and useful feature. If you want to color two of the videos or you want to see before and after of the same video. I'm going to reset the settings. Then we have the comparison both on over here and on this one, this one. If you don't have it, press on this plus and add it just like this. I think this all about this top. I hope you enjoyed and learned something new. In the next lesson, you're going to cover the HSL and you're going to cover a bit of the skin tones and other stuff. I'll see you there. Bye-bye. 35. 6 Lumetri Color HSL Secondary Tab: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, you are going to cover the HSL secondary, and you are going to work on some of the skin colors and some other color. Use HSL secondary to mask some of the colors in the video and then change it as you want. For example, I want to mask the red color and then click on this one to isolate it, and then we can adjust the mask with these sliders. We only want their skin colors, not the other gray stuff. I mean, brown stuff, not gray. Sorry. If you double-click on it, you want to restart it by the way, and then you can just adjust your mask like this. Yeah, like this, you can include and exclude some other colors. It is basically hue, saturation, and luma, you have to choose the color, then play with the saturation and the brightness. Then use this slider to denoise and blur to make your selection smoother, not sharp, this is better, always do that. Then when we isolate, we can play with the colors. We can play with this wheel or bring these three wheels and play with the mid-tones, highlights, and shadows. By the way, know you are only changing the color of the skin tone of the color that you have used. This line over here is a flesh line, or it's a skin color line. This wave thing should be in the middle of the line. If you go to the upper side, which is more towards red and pink, it will be red, and if you go down to the other side, which is yellow, it will be more yellow. Now I'm using the highlight shadow and mid-tone to give a warmer look to the skin. Something like this. As you can see, let's turn off and see the changes that you've made. As you can see now, the skin tones are much more vibrant and they are warmer and nicer. If you want to isolate another color, we can actually create another Lumetri Color over here. Just add a new Lumetri Color, and then click again to rename it. Over here, we are going to name it anything changing yellow or anything else, you can name it anything that you want. Then you are going to the HSL, make sure that you are selecting the right one, and then we are going to use the picker and choose the yellow color. Then you have to select over here, by the way, and we are going to adjust these sliders to make sure that you are selecting all of the yellow. You can also use the picker again, or just over here, select the yellow color to select it. Use the thing that is working better for you. For me now, choosing the yellow color was better than using the picker, and then you have the denoise it and make it a blur somehow to perfect our selection. We are good like this. Now we are going to change the color with one wheel, we can also use these three wheels as well if you want to. Now let's see the whole video together, I just need to uncheck this. Like this, we have changed the yellow and also the skin colors. Now we are in the main Lumetri Color, and I'm going to show you the last tab that we have, which is the vignette, it is the black things that you add to the corners. Just click on it. Like this, we can add the vignette or video. We can add the white one and also the black one. Here it's a midpoint, and the roundness or the vignette, and then we have the feather. Yes, and this give somehow a cinematic look to your video, and this is before and after. Now if you want to see the whole thing together because you have two Lumetri Colors, we need to use the global fx button. Now let me enable this and this one as well. Over here, just click on this plus and add the fx over here. Click on it and bring it over here. We just drag and drop it over here. Now we can enable and disable all of the effects on our video, and you can see the before and after of this video. Now the next thing I want to do is to apply the same effect to the first video that we have. We are going to use the comparison mode in the color wheel and match. Just click on it. Now we have the comparison mode, but the thing is going to match the color of the right video to the colors of the left video, and you want the opposite. For that, I'm going to remove the left video. For now, I'll remove it, and you're going to bring back the video again. Here is our video, we are going to bring it over here. I'm going to enable the comparison mode again, like this, and then I'm going to move them to the beginning of the video. Now we have both of the videos. We are going to match the colors of the video in the right to the video in the left, so just select it, go to the match colors and apply. Like this, we match the colors. This will be the end of this lesson and the end of the Lumetri Color effect. I'll see you in the next one and I will show you how to create presets and lots, and how to work with the lots as well. I'll see you there, bye bye. 36. 7 Presets and Luts: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, we are going to talk about the presets and LUTs. I'm going to show you how to create presets and LUTs. I've already added these magic colors on this clip. I'm going to select both of them. Press on the Command or Control, right-click, and you can save it as preset. Like this, we can rename our preset, I will name it Alan Color Preset. Then we will press "Okay". Now, we can use this preset on other videos without taking the time and adjusting everything again. I just brought this new video over here, I'll go to the Effects and over here, I'm going to search for the preset. I'll write Alan, and here is our preset. Just bring it over. It will apply all of the effects and you can see them over here as well. You can also save a preset as a look or a LUT, and you can use it in other programs as well. I'm just going to bring a new video, this one. Then I'll go to this video, and I'm going to save the Lumetri Color as a look or LUT. By the way, you can save the preset here as well. It's the same thing that we did before. I will change this one to the main Lumetri that we applied, which is this one. Then click on this Burger menu, and then you are going to export it as a cube. You can export it as a look as well, but cube is better because it will work on all other programs that we have like DaVinci Resolve or Final Cut or anything else. I will save this LUT as anything. I'll name it Canon Skintone , Skintone is better. Now we can apply our LUT to our new video, which is this one. I will just select it and go to the Lumetri Color. We can add the LUT in two ways. In the Basic Correction over here, you can just browse and edit. Click on the "Browse" or "Custom" and it will take you to the folder that you have the presets. By the way, you can find these presets in the Resource folders. You have to download it and use it. As you can see, we simply added our LUT to our video. We can also add it in the Creative tab. I will do it again in the Basic Correction just to make it more clear for you. You will just click on the "Browse" and go to the place where you saved these LUTs. By the way, these are free LUTs, comes with this course, you can download it from the Resource folders. Over here when we add our LUT in the basic correction, they're above everything. Anything that we apply in the settings will be below the LUT. I don't prefer that. I prefer to add it over here in the Creative tab. It's the same thing. You will just click on the "Browse" and go to the place where you saved these LUTs. Like this. There is no change but in this field, you have more control over things. For example, you can adjust the basic correction settings without affecting the LUT itself. It's always better to color correct your video and then add a look or a LUT to your video. That's why I prefer that you add your LUT in the Creative tab. By the way, in the Creative tab, you have control over the intensity of the LUT as well. I have couple other LUTs for you. For example, teal orange and golden AA. As you can see, this LUT doesn't have a lot of contrast, you have to play with the blacks in the basic correction. This is why I prefer to add them in the Creative tab so you'll be able to adjust the color correction settings in the basic correction without affecting the LUT itself. I guess we have two more LUTs for you, they are for free, don't forget to download them from the Resource folder. We have this one and let's go back. We have this C-log as well. Then you can play with the settings over here and adjust the color corrections. You have three LUTs for free, you can download them from the Resource folder and you don't need anything else for this course. But if you want more cinematic LUTs and professional LUTs and you don't have time to create your own or you don't know how to create your own or you don't have the eye for the color correction, no worries, I have done all the work for you. I've added cinematic packages and many other packages that I'm going to add in the future. If you decide to get any of my preset packs, use this coupon code, you will get 50 percent off. This is only for my students. I want to emphasize again, this is not necessary. You don't need this for your course. This is only for you if you want to use it in future and use it for your videos. Thank you so much. This is the end of this lesson. I'll see you in the next one. Bye bye. 37. 8 Super 8mm Film Effect: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, I will show you how to achieve super eight millimeter film effect. In the footages that you have in the resource folder, you will have these three videos and also the elements for the eight millimeter film effect. So I just brought my videos inside the Premiere and I put them in this folder. I'll name it eight millimeter and we are going to use one of these videos. I'm going to create a sequence, go to the File, New, and then New Sequence and you're going to use these settings. It is DMNX HQ 1080 P 25 frames and then I'm going to bring my video. I will use this one. Just drag it and drop it and keep the existing settings. The first thing we are going to use from the elements, but first we need to bring the elements inside Adobe Premiere, I'll just bring all of the folder and I'll put it inside this folder. Now we have eight millimeter elements here, the first thing I'm going to use is the frame, which is this one, I'll just drag it and drop it. Maybe I'll put it on this track because we're going to put some other stuff below this frame. First, we need to make this smaller because it's 4k obviously, I will make it 50 percent the scale and we do this in the Effect Control. If you don't have it, make sure to enable it in the Windows menu. In the blending mode, we are going to change it to the, let's see, darken yes, you are going to make it darken like this. Then the next element that you are going to add is going to be some of the grains maybe or actually are going to add the grunge texture. Just bring it over here and then we need to change the blending mode. Obviously just click on it, come over here, change the blending mode. You can change the scaling if you want, but I will keep it like this. Now in the opacity and blending mode, we are going to make it screen and the opacity, I'll make it 60 or 70. Let's make it 60. Let's play it and see. Now we have this nice texture on it. We have another grunge texture. I'm not sure how exactly you pronounce the grunge, but I will call it grunge. This one will go over here. By the way, both of these texture are under the frame don't forget that. We need to change it to the screen again and change this to 60 and let's play now we have more texture over our video, and it looks much better now. Another thing we are going to bring the grain, and the grain will be above everything. It'll be above the frame as well. But I forgot before I do that, I'm going to remove this you are going to add the flicker effect and then you're going to add the grain. Remove this one and the flicker effect should be under the frame. I'm going to move this frame one track above, and then I will put the flicker over here. Then obviously we need to change the blending mode. This time you are going to make it soft light. As you can see it darkened the footage, we need to adjust that with the Lumetri color. I'm going to select this layer, the flicker one, and make sure that you are in the color workspace. Then we'll go to the Lumetri color in the basic correction, we will play with the exposure, contrast and highlight just to give it a bit of the light, because we've darkened the footage a lot. It's way too bright now, we need to bring it down a bit let's play with this, bring this down a bit. Let's play again. Yeah, it looks pretty good. Now the last thing you're going to break is the grain, and it should go above everything above the frame as well and obviously, like all our other videos that we have, we need to change the blending mode and also the size of this one because it's a bit bigger than HD. Then in the opacity in the blending mode, we are going to change it to the overlay and like this, we have the grain as well. Our video looks pretty good. There's still some other stuff that you are going to do, but we have done most of the things now. I would say half of the things, not most of the things. Now, I'll select the video and I want to move it to the right side a bit just like this and then for the textures, this one, I want to duplicate it to cover the whole video. I'll just copy and paste but don't forget I need to disable this video, save all of them and then I'm going to copy and paste. It will be pasting the same track, if we don't have any track selected, you'll do the same for this one. Now we have both of the texture covering most of the video. Let's play now and see our video it looks pretty good now we are going to add some light leaks. We have this film burn light leaks. I'll put one over here. We need to change the blending mode to this screen. Let's play and see. I'll move it a bit closer and over this area I'm going to add the other film burn that we have and we need to change the blending mode, obviously. I can duplicate this, I'll copy this and paste it over here and then over this area, I will copy this and paste it. Or actually let's keep it like this for now. Now we have added most of the elements that we needed to add. The last thing that you are going to do is to play with the original video. I want to make it a bit blurry because I don't want it to be very sharp, so you'll go to the effects if you don't have it, go to enable it in the Window menu and search for the blur. I'm going to add the Gaussian blur, which is this one. I will add it and I will add a bit of the blur to it to make it the less sharp. Because the old videos were not very sharp. Maybe three. Yeah, three is good, and the next thing we are going to change the color and also the frame rate. We will start with the color. I will select the clip and then go to the Lumetri color in the color wheels and match and over here you are going to change the midtones, highlights, and shadows. For the mid-tones, I want them to be warm. I want to give a general warm look to our video. Highlights also, I'll make them a bit warm and let's see what you're going to do with the shadows. Maybe shadows, I will, something around hair is good. Obviously, we need to bring down the saturation it's very saturated. I will go to the Creative tab, bring down the saturation and over here, I'm going to play with the tint of the shadow and the highlight. I made the shadow's warmer and the highlights a bit color. We have a look like this. It looks pretty good actually. The last thing I'm going to do is to change the frame rate because the frame rate of the old videos was not like this. We need to bring it down. I will select this one, go to the Effects and you're going to search for the time and you are going to choose this effect, Posterize Time and with this one we can bring down the frame rate. You are going to make it 12 and as you can see, it became red. It means we need to render it, we cannot play it. I'm going to select the area that I want to render. Over here I'll press "I" and here press "O" to select it, and then press "Enter" or "Return" to render the area that you have selected. Now it's render let's together see the results and this is how you achieve the super millimeter film look in Adobe Premiere. Hope you enjoyed and learn something new. I'll be waiting for your version of this super eight millimeter film look. Please do it and share it with me. I'll see you in the next lesson. Bye bye. 38. 9 Moody Look: Hi everyone, welcome back. In this lesson, I will show you how to achieve moody look inside Adobe Premiere, and we are going to use the Lumetri Colo