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If you want to go to that next level of Premiere Pro experience
then there are a couple of effects from your Library that you should know about.
These are popular effects that are used for many applications
So let's see which one they are and how they work.
What up, guys! Jordy here for cinecom.net
and welcome to another exciting Premiere Pro tutorial.
This time we're going to take a look at five very popular effects from the Library
that are used very often and they have many applications, so let's get right into it.
The first one that you should know about is the Transform effect, let me search that from here,
Transform right here under Distort.
I'm going to drag that to my first example here,
it's just a simple text file and the Transform effect actually has
all the basic properties that you can also find in the Motion here on top.
and those are the Anchor Point, Position, Scale, etc.
Now, why should you use this effect over the standard properties?
Well, here's why, guys.
I'm going to animate this text, for example, the position,
I'm going to put this text outside of the canvas,
create a keyframe for that, go a little bit forward in time,
and bring that back into the frame, like so.
And if I'm going to play this we'll just have a standard animation,
something that we could have also created with the normal properties here on top.
But, this effect has an extra option.
Down below here you can uncheck "Use composition's shutter angle"
and set one of yourself and that way we can also add a little bit of motion blur to this text
which makes it more natural.
So I'm going to set the shutter angle here to 180 °
which is a standard motion blur,
and right away you can see kind of what it does here to the text,
If we're going to set this number higher, so for example 250,
then you will see that there's going to be more motion blur to it
and now the animation looks a lot more natural because of this motion blur.
So if you are doing any sort of animations,
always make sure to use the Transform effect for that.
Let's have a look at the second example, right here.
This time I'm going to search for the Track Matte key inside my Effects Library
and it's right here underneath the Keying.
What I have here in this example, guys, is on top I've got this graphic here,
and these are just two rectangles that I put on top of each other,
nothing more than that, you can actually create any kind of shape that you want,
you can do that, by the way, from the Pen tool down below here,
and just draw your own shape or use any of the presets,
such as the Rectangle tool, or the Ellipse tool.
And what we can do now is kind of map the clip that we have down below here,
which is this waiter,
to that graphic.
So let's do that, I'm going to drag the Track Matte key to that clip below,
and from the properties here I'm going to say that the Matte
is going to be on video channel number 2, which is that graphic that I've created
and right away you will see that it will use that graphic as the Matte
and now we have this image and our nice creation here.
And a great thing is that we can always change the graphics afterwards,
for example, I can take this shape here and kind of move it elsewhere,
and you'll see that we can create different shapes from that.
So this is definitely an effect that it's used very often to create custom transitions
because we can also animate these graphics here, of course,
you can let them come in here from the right, for example, and do all sorts of things.
Alright, so that's it for the second effect that you should always know about.
Let's head over to the third one, I'm going to go back to my Effects Library
and just search for the basic 3D.
Also an effect that -I believe- is overlooked sometimes,
we can actually create some sort of a 3D effect inside Premiere Pro.
It's not the same as in After Effects, of course, but it's all about the ending result
and I do believe that, often for the small things here,
that this Basic 3D effect has some cool things here.
We can create nice animations, for example,
have it kind of turn around a couple of times here, to then reveal a sort of text.
Or you can also work with like multiple layers in here
and make some sort of a cover flow effect,
where you have like different objects coming in and out,
but kind of have that 3D effect to it, so for example,
this text here starts first here on the left side
you know, and as it kind of comes in here from the right
we then also kind of swivel that, so that it sits straight.
And that way we kinda have this more 3D effect to it.
I'm actually using this a lot. Also,
another great application is to use this inside lower thirds animations,
where you have kind of the text coming in here on the bottom
and you want to create this nice animation over it.
We'll just kind of use the basic 3D here to have it do something.
For example, we can let it come in from the right side here, let's just do that quickly.
You want to create a keyframe for the position,
and actually I should be using the Transform effect right now, so I'm sorry for that,
don't pay too much attention to it.
All right, so the swivel effect, also I'm going to create a keyframe for that
and just let that go to the zero.
And now we kind of have something going on like this.
There we go, a nice additional movement to the text that is coming in.
Also tons of possibilities.
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But we have two more awesome effects, so let's check them out.
In the next one we've got this pretty girl walking, looking into the lens,
but something went wrong here, guys, actually we weren't allowed to film her.
So what I've done here is duplicated that layer and actually created a mask around her face
and tracked that mask together with her.
And this is actually being used very often, you can also do this on license plates, etc.
and in the Effects Library what I'm going to do now is search for Mosaic,
there we go,
and just drag that to that second layer, like so.
And because I've masked her face out from the Opacity here,
let me just disable that first layer just for a moment,
so that you can see what we're actually working with here,
just her face that has been masked, like so.
So, right here we've got that Mosaic effect onto it
and we can actually change how many blocks that you want in here.
For example let's put this on 50 to 50 ratio
and now we have got this very natural blurred out face, like so.
Something that is also used very often is just the normal Gaussian blur
and here we also have a nice tip for you guys,
I'm going to search for Blur in the Effects Library right here, the Gaussian blur.
You've probably heard about this before
but what I do want to show you guys are these kind of, these icons here on the right side.
You've probably notice them before but might never asked yourself what are these icons.
Well, the first one here is pretty important actually,
it stands for that it is an accelerated effect
and this means that it goes together with your graphical cards,
meaning that it will render a lot faster.
Even dragging this Gaussian blur on top of the first layer here
and then we just set that Blur for example to 20,
or even more, let's set that to 50, because she cannot be recognizable
and I can just play this back in real time very fast.
But, if I'm going to take something else like the Camera Blur here
which doesn't have that icon of the accelerated effect here in this first column,
then you will see that I have some more trouble to render this.
So I'm going to stand in the beginning of this clip, play this back
and you'll see that it just takes a while before it starts
and it definitely not plays back smoothly.
So if you want to save time then always go for that Gaussian blur,
or just look for other effects that have that same icon here, next to it,
which will render a lot faster.
Alright, and then there's one last effect that I believe
any advanced Premiere Pro user should know about.
I'm going to go to my Clips folder right here,
I don't have it in my timeline yet because it actually works before...
...we are going to drag this into the timeline.
Right here, guys, I've got a shot of a girl that I was following with this bouquet
and I actually have my camera upside down on the Ronin gimbal.
So we're gonna need to flip this image and there are two ways to do that,
we can drag this clip into the timeline and then kind of do it,
but I always like to look for the correct shot here in this long clip.
for example, right here, set my In point and my Out point
and then drag that into the timeline.
But it's very hard to focus on what's actually happening here because it's upside down.
So I'm just going to go to my Effects and look for the Flip.
And we actually have two Flips here the Horizontal flip and the Vertical flip.
This is something that all users forget,
but if you are filming upside down you actually have to flip it both horizontally and vertically.
And by holding down the Ctrl key you can actually select both of these effects
and drag that into the Source monitor on your clip
and this way you can now kind of view this clip in your Source monitor while it's flipped.
And, for example, I'm going to pick out some nice shots here,
right here where she's kind of picking up one of those marshmallows or whatever that is,
and then eats that up.
So I wanna take this shot right here and drag that into the timeline, like so
and we'll kind of remember that so I don't have to add those effects back into it.
So it's definitely something that is used a lot
and I believe not really an effect that you're going to do much with in your edits,
so that's why you can already put this effect on your clip
before you're actually going to bring this to the timeline.
Alright guys, that was it again for this awesome tutorial,
or more of an information video.
If you have any other effects that any advanced Premiere Pro user should know about,
let me know in the comments below, it's very nice to share that with the Community.
Thank you guys so much for watching,
make sure to subscribe to our channel, and as always...
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5 Essential Effects in Premiere Pro for Advanced Users Part 1

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