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Sending and Receiving Project Updates

In this tutorial, we will send and receive project updates. Adobe Premiere is the industry standard when it comes to collaborative video editing. With a simple click, you and your team are able to edit simultaneously.First, open up a team project and make...

Setting up a Team Project in Adobe Premiere

In this tutorial, we will set up a Team Project in Adobe Premiere Pro. First, you will open up the Premiere Pro application and select New Team Project. Once you have clicked New Team Project, a window will pop up. This is where you will name the project,...

Creating Stop Motion Animation In Premiere Pro

First import the photos you would like to use by going to the top menu and choosing File, then go down to Import. You photos will import into the window in the bottom left corner of the screen into the project bin. Due to the amount of pictures, it may be...

Using the Rotate Sphere effect in Adobe Premiere for 360° Video

The rotate sphere effect in Adobe Premiere will allow you to re-orient your 360° footage. This may come in useful if you need to change the starting position of your 360° video, or the horizon on your footage is off, which may happen if you were filming on...

Allowing Microphone Access (Particularly, Snowball Mics)

Allowing Microphone Access (Particularly, Snowball Mics) When recording audio in GarageBand, Adobe Rush or Spark Video and other apps that make use of an external microphone like the Blue Snowball attached to Media Commons editing stations, you will be prompted to...

Fixing VFR Audio Sync Issues in Adobe Premiere

What's the .dif? Digital video is sometimes recorded with a Variable Frame Rate (VFR).  This can cause the MP4 file audio to play out of sync when editing in Adobe Premiere.  Instead of being an exact frame rate like film at 24 frames per second (fps) or...

Recording A Voice-Over in Premiere

First you will need to change a setting in the preferences menu. To access this menu, go up to the Premiere Pro CC menu at the top of the screen, then Preferences, and select Audio. A second window will open up. In this window, look for the option that reads “Mute...

Saving and Exporting Your Project in Premiere

Before you export your project, it's a good idea to save all of the changes that you have made. To do this, simply go up to File then Save at the top menu. Next you will need to open the export window. To do this, go to File at the top menu, then down to Export and...

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Using the Rotate Sphere effect in Adobe Premiere for 360° Video

The rotate sphere effect in Adobe Premiere will allow you to re-orient your 360° footage. This may come in useful if you need to change the starting position of your 360° video, or the horizon on your footage is off, which may happen if you were filming on...

Viewing Project in 360º Mode

It is a good idea to continually view your project in 360º viewing mode while editing to make sure any edits like titles and transitions look correctly aligned. To do this, first add the VR button to the interface. Click the plus sign underneath the preview window...