Category: Workflow

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PDF-chapter on Accelerated Workflow in Premiere Pro

This chapter is for all you lazy, smart and busy editors out there! And for the editors who’d like to earn some money on their editing! Due to ever-decreasing budgets, tight deadlines and quick turnaround we need to complete projects faster and speed up our creative timeline with time-saving techniques.

Of all the chapters, this is probably the most unsexy one. But the time you save on accelerating your workflow can be used to create a lot more fun stuff in your film – or just help you get home for dinner, which is also cool!

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PDF-chapter on Color Grading in Premiere Pro

Finally, the first complete chapter from The Cool Stuff in Premiere Pro is ready for download. Using the techniques explained on these 69 pages on Color Grading in Premiere Pro will bring your film to a new level of awesome!
Download the PDF file and learn everything about the Color Correction Workflow in Premiere. Primary and Secondary Color Correction are explained in great detail, and so is Shot Matching and Creating Looks, making and using Presets and much, much more!

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Jarle’s Premiere Pro presets version 1.0

Jarle’s Presets version 1.0 available for free download! All 63 presets are compatible with Premiere Pro CS6, and can be installed in seconds. You’ll get lots of Color Grading presets, including several “Looks” presets for Bleach Bypass, Teal & Orange, Sepia, Color Negative, Cross Process and many more.

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Color grading and finishing in Premiere Pro CS5.5

This video tutorial covers advanced color grading in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5, using custom masks and a collection of clever Color Grading Presets. Also covered are a range of useful fixes and finishing techniques. Speed up your workflow now!

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Spreadsheets to Lower Thirds

In this free sample chapter from The Cool Stuff in Premiere Pro you’ll learn how to take a list of people’s names, occupation, nationality etc. from a spreadsheet and automatically make Photoshop output one lower third per person – including their name and occupation and even a flag representing their nationality – while you’re drinking coffee, or editing the trailer.