Category Archives: Premiere Pro
Color reTooled is a collection of over 55 presets for Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe Speed Grade CC.
As an Online Editor and someone who cuts his own short films, I know that sometimes it’s a hastle to take your work into another program to do color correction and sometimes, you just want to drag on a few simple looks and go about your business. I also know that a lot of editors don’t enjoy or know how to color correct. That is why we developed Color reTooled.
In Premiere, you can easily drag and drop the looks onto your clips. This makes it extremely simple for an editor with little color correction experience or in a hurry to make changes to the look of their clips. From the most simple brightness and contrast effects, to black and white, vignettes, and tints, there are looks to fit all of your color correction needs.
Color reTooled is being launched today, to coincide with the launch of Premiere Pro CC and Speed Grade CC. We wanted to make the package affordable on any budget so that productions from large to small get get up and running with the new Premiere and Speed Grade interoperability.
See samples of all of the looks now:
In this video we discuss the numerous similarities and differences between speed changes and freeze frames in Premiere Pro and FCP7.
Who the hell needs to feather their crops!?
A lot of films, TV shows, and commercials use After Effects as their go-to motion graphics, visual effects, and compositing platform. In some workdlows, its okay to render your final out of After Effects, but personally I find that workflow too limiting. After all, how often is an edit really “locked” when your client, producer, director, etc. say that it is? And to start tweaking an editor or worse have to play back edit changes from After Effects, isn’t ideal to say the least.