Premiere Pro

Watch: How to Blur Someone’s Face in Premiere Pro in Less than 5 Minutes

By V Renée

Here’s a super simple and fast way to add a pixelated mask to your subject.

Whether you’re hiding sensitive information or protecting someone’s identity, using a pixelates mask is the classic way to go about doing it. If you’ve never gone through the process before, our own Jason Boone shows you how to apply and animate masks in this tutorial for PremiumBeat. The best part about it all is that the entire process, from start to finish, is going to take you less than five minutes. Check it out below:

In the past, applying a mask and then tracking it with your subject’s movements in the frame was a tedious undertaking, requiring you to add keyframe after keyframe after keyframe while tracking your subject yourself. But the Mask tool is incredibly powerful and allows you to use the Mask Path option to make this process nearly automatic.

As you can see in the tutorial, it’s just a matter of:

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From:: No Film School

Tutorial: How to Create a Credit Roll in Premiere Pro in Three Steps

By Jason Boone

Easily create and time end credits with the new Roll feature in Premiere’s Essential Graphics panel.

Earlier this year Adobe introduced Premiere Pro‘s all-new Essential Graphics panel. This panel provided users with an entirely new graphics workflow, vastly different from the previous layout. However, while many of these features were exciting, the panel was still lacking several features that users had hoped to see. Adobe must’ve taken note of this, as the 2018 release of Premiere Pro has added a variety of new features to the Essential Graphics panel. One of these includes an option to add vertical roll to titles, allowing users to create an end credit sequence. Let’s have a closer look at how to use this new feature.

Step 1 – Create the Roll

First things first: open up the Essential Graphics panel by selecting Window > Essential Graphics. You can find the new Roll button option directly under the new Responsive Design features. Once you select Roll, the effect will be applied to every layer in the clip—you can’t apply it to individual layers within a clip.

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From:: No Film School

Feature Focus: Work on Multiple Premiere Projects at the Same Time

By Jason Boone

Now you can quickly and easily share assets between your Premiere Pro projects.

Adobe recently released Premiere Pro CC 2018, the latest version of its popular video editing software, packed full of exciting new features, including a revamped Essential Graphics panel, motion graphics templates, and a heap of tools to help you work with VR content. While all of these updates are very interesting, I want to take a closer look at one of the major updates, which is the ability to open and work on multiple Premiere projects at the same time.

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From:: No Film School