5 Little Video Editing Tricks that make a BIG Difference! (Adobe Premiere Pro CC Tutorial / How to)

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  • Published on Nov 30, 2017
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    In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC Tutorial I will be sharing 5 little video editing tips, tricks, and techniques that can make a big difference in your final project.
    1. Pull Focus - Using dimming and blurring in the background you can pull focus to text, images, or pop ups in the foreground. You can even use keyframes to gently animate in and out of this. (0:20)
    2. Gentle Motion - You can use scale and position keyframes to gently ease in and out of pictures in a slideshow fashion. This is great to keep the flow of the video going and keep still frames engaging for the viewer. (2:20)
    3. Audio Ducking - There are many ways to duck audio, however this simple visual pull of the volume line allows you to visually dip in and out of important moments such as voice overs and transitions. (3:50)
    4. Sound Design - This is a larger topic in general but it is good to remember that you can apply sounds the same way you apply video effects with a little creativity. (5:40)
    5. Vignette - a subtle vignette can go a long way in bringing out the focus and color grading of certain scenes and pictures. This tool in the Lumetri color panel can come in handy for clips shot on clear blue skies or with soft edges. (7:40)
    Keep these 5 subtle techniques and variety of knowledge in your arsenal for many different video editing situations.
    Thanks for watching!
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Comments • 481

  • Justin Odisho
    Justin Odisho  Year ago +63

    Thanks for watching! Did you know I started a podcast? Watch the latest episode here: thexvid.com/p/PLBrRXoTJAkZCK4h9kr-8rrNAaNqzE7ona

    • Christina Gowda
      Christina Gowda Month ago

      Looking forward to hearing your podcast. I have been watching your videos as I troubleshoot making videos for my channel christinaquestgowda. Why does adding text degrade the quality of the video on which it overlaps?

    • Charmaine Javier
      Charmaine Javier Year ago

      Justin Odisho how do you higlight text on premiere pro

  • Dive In Life
    Dive In Life 4 days ago

    Very amazing explaination! I love watching your videos and they are really helpful for my editing! Thanks

  • Gabrijel Destani
    Gabrijel Destani 6 days ago +1

    cool video bro

  • Brandon Viale
    Brandon Viale 27 days ago

    You're awesome man

  • Lang Kuai
    Lang Kuai 29 days ago

    1:08 Hi! I am interested to know if native Americans also make this kind of grammar mistake on a regular basis! Please tell me.

    • Lang Kuai
      Lang Kuai 29 days ago

      @Justin Odisho "and the eye doesn't really know"... I mistook "the" for d from "and"

    • Lang Kuai
      Lang Kuai 29 days ago

      @Justin Odisho thanks! hahaha

    • Justin Odisho
      Justin Odisho  29 days ago

      I said “the eye doesn’t really know”

    • Lang Kuai
      Lang Kuai 29 days ago

      @Justin Odisho around 1:10 you said I doesn't really know. Sorry for pointing out just I am learning English and make this kind of mistake all the time...

    • Justin Odisho
      Justin Odisho  29 days ago

      Lang Quite what was the grammar mistake? I said “sharp and in focus”

  • Jackie Kulitz
    Jackie Kulitz Month ago

    The is for sharing Great videos

  • NeelamRajOfficial
    NeelamRajOfficial Month ago

    I am so sorry , I reported this video by mistake...and didn't realize under which category...I just want to tell you that the video is super helpful and I am really sorry about the mistake I have made...I don't know how to undo the report...☹️☹️

  • Reuben Parnell
    Reuben Parnell Month ago

    I clicked on this video, and was instantly bombarded by an ad FOR PREMIERE PRO AND AFTER EFFECTS!?
    NOT a coincidence.
    Also, my teacher is a big fan of yours, he uses your videos in any tutorial in my Multi Media class

    • Reuben Parnell
      Reuben Parnell Month ago

      No joke, I clicked on this video again, and got an ad for the same editing software.

  • BasicYoutuber
    BasicYoutuber Month ago

    Hi! I'd like to know how you create the circle that zooms in and follows the cursor! thanks

  • Gerda Kalpokaite
    Gerda Kalpokaite Month ago

    Great content and super easy to understand, thank you so much for sharing :)

  • Farai Davis
    Farai Davis Month ago

    thank you

  • SP00KS4
    SP00KS4 Month ago

    Watching this video in 2019 this is a great tutorial man, helped me a lot thank you

  • Steph Anie
    Steph Anie Month ago

    Thank you! The text effect was my favourite

  • mhamad nazm
    mhamad nazm Month ago

    its really so cool , thanks for nice idea

  • Ronan Friel
    Ronan Friel Month ago +1

    Check out auto ducking. So much better than the method described in this video.

  • Turner's Tech Talk
    Turner's Tech Talk Month ago

    Super helpful! Thanks for the ideas!

  • الرياضه عالمنا sw

    حلو

  • TP Productions
    TP Productions 2 months ago +1

    You sound like the guy from Daily Dose of Internet

  • El Desván del Gamer
    El Desván del Gamer 2 months ago

    This channel is fucking great, one of the best i have ever seen, if not the best, thank you so much for your work, very useful :).

  • Joey Max Media
    Joey Max Media 2 months ago

    Thanks. You the man Justin!! :D

  • Legendary Zourzi
    Legendary Zourzi 2 months ago

    Plz plz reply

    How do i insert a small clip in the big video

    Ok like this the video you are playing is in the city right?,but then you want to insert another clip in it
    Not between it but i mean 2 video play at once
    But the background as the city and then a cropped small video clip in it but both played at the same time
    Examaple:so you are like recording or playing the city video but at the same time you put a person running in it while the city background in motion
    So in the end it would be 2 video in 1
    Plz plz don't say just insert between it
    I want 2 video play at once not just 1 clip end and the other start play
    I want both to start simultaneously
    So yeah plz reply

  • justreads. net
    justreads. net 2 months ago +2

    Thank you. Simple tips like this makes premiere much more accessible for a newbie like me. Wonderful presentation too.

  • Lea C'zz
    Lea C'zz 2 months ago

    Hi great video thank you very much !

  • Настя Мизецкая

    Didn’t know about TheXvid sound gallery, thanks!

  • Athletic Preparation
    Athletic Preparation 2 months ago +1

    Super dope tips - really enjoyed them so thanks for sharing the skills 🤘

  • Potsitivities
    Potsitivities 2 months ago

    Thank you so much!!! I have no idea what i'm doing. my videos are just so lame. So thank you for teaching in a way that actually made sense. I just started out. I don't have pro yet just elements, but other people are so confusing with their videos... SO THANK YOU!!! I hope you have more learning videos for me to check out!!

  • Alpha F
    Alpha F 2 months ago

    Thanks Justin ma man 😱

  • NatureStockVideos
    NatureStockVideos 2 months ago

    Nice, will have to try some of those tips out 👍

  • Muhammad Saifullah
    Muhammad Saifullah 2 months ago

    Excellent

  • AppsCo Team
    AppsCo Team 2 months ago +1

    oooo will definitely use these techniques!

  • Games4Pran
    Games4Pran 3 months ago +2

    That blur effect was pure genius

  • The Need to Knows
    The Need to Knows 3 months ago

    I've already used some of these in my videos and they make a big difference, can't wait to try out the rest. Thanks dude!!

  • Faith4Today
    Faith4Today 3 months ago

    Thanks for the tips. Very useful indeed!

  • Akoon Dong
    Akoon Dong 3 months ago

    It sound like am learning something here thanks a lot for help

  • MiniDocsTV
    MiniDocsTV 3 months ago

    I use windows but i can still learn a lot from this your amazing thanks!

  • yuma.
    yuma. 3 months ago

    I thought you said Justin Od Show lol

  • SB Hopper
    SB Hopper 3 months ago

    Great video. Hitting subscribe.

  • Mafi
    Mafi 3 months ago

    Wow man thank you very much! Can't wait to go home and try everything you mentioned here in my vacation video 👍

  • Brad Le
    Brad Le 4 months ago

    Wow so helpful thank you so much!!!👍🏻

  • fnomena
    fnomena 4 months ago

    thank you so much very helpful

  • Kefir Stories
    Kefir Stories 4 months ago +1

    Thanks

  • Ben A.
    Ben A. 4 months ago +5

    Clean cut high value video- thank you

  • Will Brock
    Will Brock 4 months ago +1

    Quick question, what computer do you use?

  • Mian Ashir
    Mian Ashir 4 months ago

    Thank u very helpful video

  • LeoGaming
    LeoGaming 4 months ago

    Never knew vignettes could be that useful! Thanks for the tutorial!

  • Rico Productions
    Rico Productions 4 months ago

    Good Stuff!

  • Max Borgmann
    Max Borgmann 4 months ago

    Great Video!

  • Liam Thompson
    Liam Thompson 4 months ago

    So useful thank you! Much appreciated

  • BELONG GTA
    BELONG GTA 5 months ago

    Another good video thank you

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    “I doesn’t really know” Good job lmao keep up the work

  • Hamad Faheem
    Hamad Faheem 5 months ago

    Very nice

  • Lazurski Bold
    Lazurski Bold 5 months ago

    very cool video

  • Dan T
    Dan T 5 months ago

    You need to edit the title of this video-I had no idea it was going to include such beginner-level tips.

    • Justin Odisho
      Justin Odisho  5 months ago

      Sorry it didn’t deliver for you. What do you think would be a more fitting title?

  • Preston & Krista
    Preston & Krista 5 months ago +4

    Thank you for sharing these -- it's really beneficial for newbies just starting out with Premiere Pro. :) We just completed one project using Adobe Premiere Pro after switching over from iMovie (we're very green when it comes to shooting & editing footage and are always open to feedback to improve)! With one video under our belt, seeing these tips and tricks are really helpful -- especially the Audio Ducking! Thought we'd have to manage audio levels in key frames in the Effect Controls, but having the ability to manipulate audio levels visually is truly useful!

  • Everything here
    Everything here 5 months ago

    what mic are you using ?

  • twinface707
    twinface707 5 months ago

    Nice video thank

  • Othmane El hammoumi
    Othmane El hammoumi 5 months ago

    Hi guys My name is Othmane If you want to learn Adobe Premiere Pro check a channel on TheXvid to learn montage in a very easy way For beginners
    Thanks

  • Candaan Abadi TV
    Candaan Abadi TV 6 months ago +1

    Thanks guys

  • Carlo Baptista
    Carlo Baptista 6 months ago +2

    The sound keyframing was one that rly stood out w me. Such an easy short cut. Thank you for making this.

  • Aadhi Than
    Aadhi Than 6 months ago

    thanks......neat n clean wrk