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Premiere Pro Tips & Tricks You Should Know About
1. Motion Blur & the Transform Effect
The Transform effect can be used to animate text or pictures in a variety of ways. For those who caught our tutorial on creating a zoom blur in After Effects, you may remember that using the Transform effect can give you the ability to customize Motion Blur based entirely on the movement of elements in your shot. This is a powerful feature that has been present in Premiere Pro for quite some time.
By applying the Transform effect to your footage, you have a secondary control over many aspects of your footage, including:
To get a little bit of Motion Blur on an animated text:
Uncheck Use Composition Shutter Angle.
Then You can set your own value manually. A value of 180 degrees allows for your elements to display the highest amount of Motion Blur possible based exclusively on their movements.
Give it a shot! It’s a subtle effect that adds that necessary layer of polish to your video.
2. Bezier Keyframes
One of the hallmarks of a clean and modern effect is adding a touch of realism. In real life, objects don’t simply immediately achieve their top speed in an instant. Instead, there’s a slight acceleration when they begin and a deceleration when they end.
Adding Bezier keyframes add a degree of realism to your elements. What this does is it creates a realistic “ease-in” and “ease-out” effect on any movement, which makes it look much more natural. The best part is that it’s incredibly simple, and can be done in just two steps.
Select your two Keyframes.
Right-click and go to Temporal Interpolation, and then down to Bezier.
By doing this,
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