|Page (1) of 1 - 08/12/15||email article||print page|
How to add some fun graphics to Premiere ClipMaking your own graphics out of paper
The beauty of a roadtrip is that you can get away with your family and create some fantastic memories. And sometimes your family and friends want to share in that experience right along with you.
It's easy to create some videos and share them with Premiere Clip. All you'll need is your iPhone or iPad to get your started.
Sometimes it's not just about shooting what's outside the window.
Sometimes there's nothing outside the window.
Sometimes you've shot miles and miles (and miles) of footage, but you're the only one that will be interested in that stretch of the 4 hour drive across the desert.
You can fill that space with an edit. Once you reach your destination (or maybe even just a roadside diner), take some video of some graphics that you've made by hand. It's fun. Just don't let it get in the way of you having fun. :)
Here's a quick tip for how I've made some for my vacation videos. Maybe you'll share some of yours with me too.
There are so many different things that you can do outside of Premiere Clip once you bring it into Premiere Pro. Although this technique is great for involving the kids on your trip, for some of them, it's not too early to get them thinking about editing.
Let them tell their own story using Premiere Clip. All they need is their finger and understanding a few easy processes.
If you need help with any of this, you can usually find me hanging out in the Adobe Communities pages. Friend me in there, and we can share some more tips.
I've also created another video on how to get your Premiere Clip edit into Premiere Pro with a few clicks. It's really not as hard as you think (Premiere Pro that is).
If you're already comfortable telling a story using Premiere Clip, the next step in editorial storytelling is Premiere Pro. There are several advantages to the using more of your Creative Cloud subscription, but I'll save that for more videos later.
Ko Maruyama is a freelance animator in Los Angeles. In addition to working on film and broadcast animations, Ko teaches at Pasadena's Art Center College of Design - focusing on motion design. When working, writing or testing software allows, you can find him lending a hand in the After Effects board and lurking among the Cinema4D, Visual Effects and Photoshop posts within the DMNForums.
Related Keywords:graphics, video card, 3D, editorial, edit, consumer, iPhone, iPad, adobe, home video, vacation, creativecloud, creative mac, premiere pro
Source:Ko Maruyama. All Rights Reserved