Category Archives: Adobe Premiere Pro

How to remove video jitter using Warp Stabilizer

Hello to all!
Today’s post is not about Python, which I started talking about lately (if interested, join and stay tuned for link ), and video stabilization capabilities in Adobe Premiere CS6. Roughly speaking, we will learn how to get rid of small vibrations in a video shot without a tripod – like this, in manual mode 🙂 using the built-in Warp Stabilizer effect. Continue reading How to remove video jitter using Warp Stabilizer

How to add a timer to a video in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6?

Adding a timer to a video in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 – how difficult is it? Actually – not difficult at all 🙂

I will not talk about the appropriateness of this – since you are reading this text, then you need to! And this is the most important thing. Go!

1. We take the original video. For example, I’ll take my lesson on video cropping in Adobe After Effect. By the way, it is available Continue reading How to add a timer to a video in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6?

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 – transparent layer in the video

Hello to all! Transparent layer and video – what is the relationship? Let me show you an example:

Recently, during the production of this video:

I ran into a problem

create a transparency effect under the layer

with the image of a burning candle (in the video you will find an implemented example at 1:04).
The original video found on the Internet in principle satisfied: a black background, a candle, and no extraneous interference. It remains to understand how to remove the black background.

But everything turned out to be simpler than it seemed: the developers of Adobe Premiere Pro provided this as well.

So we need:
1. Overlay the video that we will use with a transparent layer on the main stream
2. In the transparency settings of the overlay video, select Lighten.
3. Rejoice.

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Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 – how to save a frame to a file?

Hello friends! This afternoon I was faced with the issue of saving the frame from the video. Of course, the good old PrnScr could make things easier, but … are we learning Adobe Premiere Pro, sort of? So – let’s go the right way and learn how to save the frame to a file.

Despite the long introductory text, everything is extremely simple:
1. In the Time line window, select the frame we need: Continue reading Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 – how to save a frame to a file?