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What’s the Difference Between Queue and Export in Premiere Pro CC

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After spending hours editing your project inside of Premiere Pro CC, it’s finally time to render out your timeline, right? Well, if you’re familiar with the NLE, you’ll know well that in the Export Media window, you’re given two options: Queue and Export. While it may be obvious which route you should take, there are…
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Three Creative Ways to Use the Crop Tool in Premiere Pro CC

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Like most video editing platforms, Premiere Pro CC includes a plethora of editing features and plugins one of which being the crop effect. Unlike Photoshop where cropping affects the canvas and/or the dimensions of your particular project, in Premiere, this effect works as a uniform mask-like tool that allows you to chop off certain portions…
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Here’s How You Can Customize Any Effect Inside Premiere Pro CC

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Inside of Premiere Pro CC, you’ll find an extraordinary number of different video effects that can be used to elevate the production value of any of your projects. However, what many folks are unaware of is the fact that they can further customize these effects with the use of masks. The masking tool can be…
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Check Out This Crazy Mask Transition in After Effects CC

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Tackling visual effects and complex animations don’t necessarily require lots of third-party tools or advanced techniques. As long as you understand the creative assets available at your disposal, especially in compositing platforms like Adobe After Effects, attaining a unique visual style to your footage is more than possible to achieve. In the following video, Josh Enobakhare…
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Secondary Timeline Editing Tip in FCPX

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Most FCPX users know well that getting to grips with the Magnetic Timeline (Primary Storyline) takes some time and effort before one can unlock its full potential. What’s more, there is a myriad of users who have been accustomed to the layout and functionality of the good old FCP 7 who find the FCPX innovative editing workflow…
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