Technology

Photo & Video Editing on Microsoft Surface Pro (5)?

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After Effects and Premier Pro on Microsoft Surface Pro

One of the very common questions I see people asking everyone, including a variety of communities and groups is a question of what computer to use for photo and video editing – in this case, being an Adobe Certified Expert and Instructor – I’ll be using Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, and Photoshop. Let me […]

Adobe Creative Cloud

Premiere Pro June 2020 Update

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Adobe Premiere Pro new features

June brought some updates to Adobe Creative Cloud applications and here are updates to Adobe Premiere Pro. Not every application received update in this usual June release – there’s nothing new in After Effects, just some bug fixes – but there are some new features in this June update to Adobe Premiere Pro. Adobe Stock […]

Premiere Pro

Adjusting Audio Gain/Volume in Adobe Premiere Pro

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Audio editing in Adobe Premiere pro

Adobe Premiere Pro offers a number of audio editing/mixing tools and options. So, I want to share with you some techniques and tools you can use for better audio. And, I’m focusing here on using tools available in Premiere Pro not Audition. Adjusting Audio Gain/Volume When you’re adjusting the volume of your audio in Premiere […]

Adobe Creative Cloud

Premiere Rush for Android

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Adobe premiere Rush

Adobe announced (finally) release of Premiere Rush for Android (Premiere Rush for iOS has been available for a very long time). To run Premiere Rush on your device (your mobile phone), you will need quite a powerful and rather recent mobile phone. I’ll be giving it a try on my Xperia XZ1 Compact soon to […]

Adobe Creative Cloud

Slow Motion in Adobe Premiere Pro

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Slow Motion in Adobe Premiere Pro

Did you want to learn how to create a Slow Motion effect in Adobe Premiere Pro? I’ve created a video tutorial to show you how you can quickly and easily do it yourself. For the best results, you would shoot the video at a higher frame rate and then slow it down in Premiere Pro. […]