Professional tripod tips that every filmmaker needs to know. We explain how you can correctly use a tripod and how to take your tripod skills to the next level. [Read More Here]
A tip from the video that helped me the most is the pan/tilt tip. Here you have to hang 9 papers with numbers in a square with rows of 3. Then you position your camera on a tripod in front of the numbers and let someone call out numbers randomly. You have to pan or tilt to that number, maybe even focus pull and do this all as smooth as you can. This exercise really helped me with my camera movements and also helped me getting used to the tripod.
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8 fake handheld camera movement presets for Adobe Premiere Pro.
Created using real handheld motion, this free video pack gives your videos more a more dynamic real-feel.There are 4 focal lenghts; wide angle, normal lens, tele and super tele. Every focal length has a normal and heavy motion variation.
The movement was created with the effect ‘Transform’, which allows you to enable or disable motion blur on the camera movement. Enabling this, makes the handheld movement more realistic on your footage.
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This free designer pack comes with 10 pre-animated lower thirds titles in an elegant and simple design. Both 1080p and 4K versions are available.
These templates make use of the new Essential Graphics in Premiere Pro CC 2017. We’ve made it possible for you to change the text and colors of all elements with a click of a button.
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Installation Path WINDOWS C:\Users\YOUR USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Common\Essential Graphics
Installation Path MAC Macintosh HD – Users – YOUR USERNAME – Library – Application Support – Adobe Common – Essential Graphics
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It’s great to have some stock material in the library, and preset titles can save lots of time, especially if animation is not your thing. Save yourself with some free Premiere Pro titles from Cinecom!
You can download them here. You get 10 free titles in the package, all of which open as sequences in Premiere (CS6, CC 2013, 2014, 2016)
The collection of titles are sequences in a PP project, which once extracted you can import into your working project very easily and just like you would ordinary footage. When prompted you can choose to either import the entire project or a particular sequence; in the screenshot below I’ve chosen sequences as an example. After that, just drop in the title sequence you’d like to use.
When it comes to changing the text, open up the title editor and put your text in. If you choose to use different fonts, be aware that you may have to re-position them so they fit in with the graphics, but apart from that, they are ready to go!
If you want to use multiple titles, remember to duplicate the ‘title’ files in the project window for each new piece of text you need, otherwise the text in the timeline will all be the same.
These are some really nifty simple titles that can be used in so many different kinds of videos. If you’re feeling brave, you could always add some simple additional animation for example a company or brand logo in After Effects, and the titles become more diverse and unique to your needs.