KEYFRAMES basics explained – step by step tutorial for Adobe Premiere Pro

What’s a keyframe? If you visite the website of Adobe, you’ll find this explanation :

“A keyframe marks the point in time where you specify a value, such as spatial position, opacity, or audio volume. To create a change in a property over time, you set at least two keyframes—one keyframe for the value at the beginning of the change, and another keyframe for the value at the end of the change. Premiere Pro then creates a gradual change in values between keyframes, called interpolation.”

hmm…. still not clear? Don’t worry. I made this video tutorial which explaines all you need to know about keyframes inside Premiere Pro.

I’ll tell you all about the basics and also how to use keyframes for animations and effect properties inside Premiere Pro.

What’s a keyframe?

You can read more about this topic on the Adobe website.

Here you can find all the free Videvo video clips that I used in this tutorial:

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Music used in this video

Editing for this video is also done in Adobe Premiere. Try, buy, download or upgrade Adobe Premiere Pro CC now!

The microphone that I used to record voiceover: Rode NT USB Also, If you want to know how to improve your voice over quality, check this tutorial video. And check this article if you want to repair your audio really quick and easy with a one knob plugin.

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