Learn PREMIERE PRO BASICS in 20 MINUTES! Beginners tutorial

Learn Premiere Pro basics in 20 minutes.

Do you want to take your video editing skills to the next level, but you are stuck with limited video editing tools like Mac Imovie or Windows Movie maker? Then definitely make sure to give Adobe Premiere Pro a try!

This is the ultimate Premiere Pro basics video editing tutorial. It is meant for beginners or less experienced users of Adobe Premiere Pro. Try, buy, download or upgrade Adobe Premiere Pro CC here: http://bit.ly/2oyNfR9. And most importantly, this tutorial is completely free. You can find a lot more tutorials on Orange83.com, so make sure to add this to your bookmarks!

The free stock footage that I used in this Premiere Pro basics video can be found here on Videvo.net.

Video Timestamps

Here you can find the timestamps for most of the topics featured in this Premiere Pro basics video:
01:54 – Starting a new project
02:22 – Control panels of premiere
03:23 – Import footage
04:51 – Creating a new sequence
06:23 – Timeline editing
09:14 – Applying transitions between clips
10:40 – Editing and importing audio
11:50 – Creating a title
14:36 – Title animation
15:52 – Color correction and color grading
18:23 – Exporting and rendering to mp4 file

Other interesting links

This is the music that I used in this video:
Track 1: http://bit.ly/2DCTd81
Track 2: http://bit.ly/2rFVyOd
Track 3: http://bit.ly/2rCD6ps
Track 4: http://bit.ly/2DS60qN

Other related Premiere Pro related videos that you definitely should watch after you have watched the Premiere pro basics tutorial and also mentioned in this tutorial:

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.

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